as sony is finding out. but hey, why companies put sensitive data on a network with access to the internet is beyond me. A internal network withno door to the internet seems like the way to go. Do they really need people to sign on from home or their smartphones. i don't think so.
just ETF programs executing
Breakfast lovers, be warned.
A new regulation is set to take effect in California at the beginning of next year that will force hen houses to allocate significantly more room to each egg-laying chicken.
Birds, long afforded a minimum of only 67 square inches a piece, will now need roughly 116 square inches—a more than 70 percent increase—if eggs are to be sold in the state. That extra space won't come free of charge, a cost that will almost certainly fall on consumers.
Egg prices could jump by as much as 20 percent in California as a result of the the new rules, Dermot J. Hayes, an agribusiness professor at Iowa State University in Ames, told Bloomberg.
The mere anticipation of the change has already driven prices up by more than $0.25 over the past month in California. And that increase comes on the heels of what has already been a pretty unkind year for omelette prices across the country: wholesale egg prices are averaging nearly $2.30 per dozen, up almost 35 percent since the start of the 2014.
Maybe with lower oil prices people will have more money to stop eating eggs and eat steak. Could that be the reason calm has gone down. of course, i'm kidding. oh they tell us oil prices dropping becuase the economy is slowing, well, if thats the case, then, calm should be flat or be going up. it just seems like one of calms typical sell offs before it starts its way back up
i have never gone wrong buying a stock below book value.
the stock market is a strange place. people couldn't own enough of this stock as it got bidded up into the nineties and now nobody wants anything to do with it.
Since when has the price of oil dropping ever been a bad thing. of course if it was going to 150 would that be considered a good thing since nobody would be able to afford anything. the market will eventually get this right when oil stabalizes and realize this is a good thing for the stock market.
The backlog is concerning since the backlog will decrease each quarter going forward and that will drive the stock more than good earnings. And with oil dropping how much will that affect National gas plants? They've done a great job over the years, i guess the question is can they keep it going.
Well, maybe the stock price movement is telling you something. how about some stock buys forget about the sales. also i haven't seen any contracts , orders or anything that tells you the next quarter earnings are going to be anything to talk about. but we'll see.
I really have no use for china - its a black hole of capitalism - no rules, no business laws - nobody but a few companies seem to make any money from the billions of people over there and i wonder why. They steal your intellectual property and move on without you. And why does Sev have receivables that nobody seems to be able to pay for.
they might be worth a look once they get a real contract from somebody who will pay them or not steal their property, until then, the stock will probably head right back to where it was before the annoucement.
50 million dollar contract - big deal - spread over a 5 year period - not too mention its a chinese company which means the contract means nothing. when these guys get a contract with a america or european car company then you might have something until then, this is just a very speculative play on electric transportation and with oil coming down it probably slows growth aspects in the short term.
let see - lets release a totture report. and the reason for doing this - somebody.................................
The poltical parties are just going to wait for a bridge to collapse before they react to a highway funding bill - thats how washington works they wait for stuff to hit the fan - then they go crazy with an over inflated bill - genc will see better days - how long can a stock sell below cash - but i would like to see a dividend
the business plan screw your existing customers and lure new customers at a discount, then stick it to them once their deal ends. Time for a new plan. What company in the real world would survive with that logic.
Does anybody remember the 80s when junk bonds were issued to take over well run companies with assets and no debt only to be used to basically finance the takeover and laying off as many people as possible and then the new company eventually falling on its over leverage balance sheet, enriching the management team of the company that had all the debt in the first place.
Is it becuase it gives people ime to digest bad earnings news?