If it's going to $80 like you claim, why get out at all?
Hopefully the grandkids need a tax write-off in their stocking because this thing just keeps going lower and lower while the market goes higher and higher.
While interesting, I think it is just something you have to blow off since it is 50 shares. For a stock that trades 6 million shares a day, that is not even a blip. Let's hope for a big up day today. I'm getting tired of getting my face ripped off just about every day in this thing.
I wouldn't be too sure of that. If there was no possibility of AAPL business, this stock would be at $5 or less. Once components for iphone are revealed, there could be a selloff.
Too bad they can't find anyone substantial to buy the product. Just look at Q3 guidance. Tells you everything you need to know.
Getting shaken out on these down moves is what prevents the retail investor from getting rich. Holding since mid 3s, selling in 2-3 years at whatever price that may be. Letting the cyclical bull market play out.
What war? Are you living in the Ukraine?
This is no healthy pullback this is absolutely horrible news specific to the company. There guidance is worse than weak, it is pathetic. I am long, but the execution here by management is mind-boggling. I need to dig into the numbers a little more, but this is very upsetting to me, and it should be to all shareholders.
Here is the link if you missed the broadcast:
Anyone see this tonight? They had a brief interview with Dr. Glass. Although they didn't mention CUR (they should have), it was obvious that the research and trials they were talking about were CUR's. The context was a follow up to the ice bucket challenge and what type of advancements in research and treatment were happening.
I don't know much about women's retail but I did check it out. It looks like they are being threatened to be delisted. Another thing that concerns me is that after the late summer, early fall back to school spike in sales, what happens after that? Can they maintain or will sales fall? It looks like they are bringing in a new team to help, but it just seems like too big a risk to me. Retail is extremely competitive. I guess there is a possibility that someone might buy them out, but who knows? I think it is risky, but I certainly wish you the best of luck with it.
If you are looking for something a little more stable, check out MIL. 3.2% dividend, under-valued company with upside. With the overall market getting close to being fully valued, I think you should have a good deal of money in under-valued dividend stocks that have upside potential. They do quite a bit of business in
Europe which I think will be coming back via stimulus. The dividend offers some protection against a market selloff which may or may not happen. If you are looking for a long term investment, this could be a good one, in my opinion.
The news is already known. Why do you think the stock was down 3%?. I don't like this at all. This does not set good precedent with these countries who regurgitate their garbage steel for garbage prices. This obviously affects AKS more who is a bigger producer of specialty steel. This is not good news. Just when you think things are going well, you get this thrown at you. I guess we will just have to wait to see how it plays out, but by all indications, I don't think it is good at all for AKS.