outstanding and has -.05% earnings growth over the last ten years. Nothing has changed here, except they are mistakenly dumping the credit business, their engine of non-cyclical growth.
sector. One of the best moves I have made and still relevant today.
Get a big kick out of the analyst from Buckingham, never been in print on LULU, knows nothing about it, but has the need to tell everyone a few days ago to sell the stock aggressively. They are facilitating for the shorts and I thought they were better than that.
Have watched, bought and sold BBY for several decades, to my benefit. Can anyone remember any analysts that were ever correct on this stock? Won't even mention the high level of mis- informed people on this site. All they do is talk their position.
Although 70% of 'earnings' is financial engineering, Wall St gives benefit of the doubt to all the banks. Unfortunately they really have no way of making earnings going forward.
This board is like whack-a-mole. When FIO is up 1% (8 pennies) the uninformed longs come out talking buy back, how great the products are, etc and when it is down 1%, the uninformed shorts come out telling us their bad news. The common thread here is that both groups are uninformed. Dumb old day traders.
to bail in the morning and then some strength in the afternoon. Management owns 30% of the stock and they have a buy back in place. Still think NKE could make a run at them and today could be a day for them to accumulate. The price action on the stock is worse than the numbers declining already.
I have read on the net to date.
the market is a zero sum game. For every discouraged investor in SDRL, like yourself, there is a happy investor, like myself. It never pays to hold on to something you don't like, just like with people.
internally it is called YTB, or yield to broker. This, is the most important metric, not how well your account does.
as the guy was totally unconvincing. Typical Citi garage.
Yes, EXC has been one of M*'s glaring mistakes, as they have rated it a 5* for three years, as the stock has dropped 37.48%. On a total return basis this stock has been a bust, and nothing has changed here, except that hopefully it can not drop another 37.48%. Look for a dividend cut after this yr, as it can not be maintained, and as I said before, there is no reason to own this stock. There are better quality names that yield more.