The world needs more food whicih helps the fertilizer side and bad weather so early in the winter season throughtout the united states bodes well for earnings
when you can charge a 1000 dollars a day or why would a drug firm cure aids when you can have somebody take a pill for the rest of their life - so basically if you get hepc they'll charge you 84000 dollars for the deal to remove it or if they can get you to take a pill for the rest of your life. And the FDA is the godfather of the industry
It was nice to see an insider buy some shares after the selloff
So maybe we now know why the stock went down and the refiners have been going up.
Low liquidity can work against you on the downside - hence the 24 point decline. Cheap, whats cheap - when most companies on the stock exchanges are much more expensive than PLPC. The comany has a good balance sheet and selling at 1.5 times book - but I guess cheap would be selling at book value around 44 dollars a share. But imagine if every company sold at book value that would mean that the market would need to drop 75 percent or more.
Can't make any mistakes in this market since a lot of stocks have gotten way ahead of themselves
The markets have become pretty speculative at these late stages in the bull. I watch a thinly traded stock go from 92 to 70 in two days. i couldn't figure out why the stock went to 92 unless the earnings were going to be spectacular - well they weren't spectacular
What was the point of the calls so the stock price could go down based on someone keeping their cushy job. the bottom line they should have sold the company and spare everybody the drama of being a going concern. But hey, for once I knew where this was eventually heading and getting the gift of annoucing of some strategic plan it was the opportunity to get out before they new investors figure out they were getting taken.
The only ones who made out in this were the peole who already had a ton of money. A perfect opening for the big guys and basically straight down for the retail investor who has yet to learn a thing from the past
If they benefit the company the stock will obviousily reated favorable if they are lower than expected the stock will react to the downside. i guess this will put a lid on the upside until these RVOs for 2014 have been declared.
of course, not matter how hard you try to eat healthy there are all these other forces at work - strawberries for instance have reidue chemicals on it - then tuna fish - too much mercury - so is there anything really healthy to eat unless you grow your own stuff.
That might be true, but in this market #$%$ earning reports stocks have even managed to go up. also, the stock wasn't close to being overvalued - so that logic that stocks go down on good earnings doesn't work here. But like I said, its just a guess of mine why the stock went down. i could be all wet - happy investing
It was a good earnings report didn't deserve to go down. but it looks like someone knows the story with
the RVO requirement - remember the big guys always get the information first, then the little guy - not that they are any smarter they just game the system and think they are so smart EPA such a honest ethical division of the gov't - . So don't be surprise if you see a news release att some point the RVO requirement being less favorable to the company going forward. of course, this is a guess of mine why the stock went down - but this is the only logic i can see what would cause a stock to go down based on a modest PE and a beat on earnings
we realize the importance that continued support from our legislatures in the Renewable Fuel Mandate and the federal blenders' credit has on our biodiesel business. The 2014 RVO requirement is scheduled to be released by the EPA at any time, followed by a comment period, which should give the industry more clarity.