Well the market at the moment doesn't seem to be listening. The stock at these levels it would appear its gotten ahead of itself. Earnimgs will let you know if the stock belongs where it is.
And your analysis is based on what? Thats what i thought. At least you could have said the stock market is tired, the breath is lousy, and market is due for a 20 percent correction - you see that was easy. at least it sounds like you might be on to something.
It would have drop off the cliff, but it beats by 8 cent and does basically nothing.
good earnings, beat estimates and the stock opens higher and then just fades. now in a strong market earnings are terrible and the stock price goes up regardless..
get going - there's only 2000 shares traded today - so I'm thinking you got a long way to go to buy 1.4 million sharess - hopefully its not one of those buybacks that you advertise but never buy shares.
is probably a good way to lose money
No margin of error, but 40 usually is the top for companies like this unless they have a second act. We'll find out soon enough. Good run though, but i would think at these levels it would be wise to take something off the table
Potential is great, but like i said, if the insiders were talking to anybody in california they probably would be buying their stock.
The sell off is just weak hands selling at this point. looks like a good time to purchase shares for the long term and a nice dividend too boot.
Its in the 8k - so I woud think that the news has now been factored into the stock price, hence the 10 percent decline. it all has to do withthe acquisition they just completed, which i beleive they can recoup the revenue loss from the purchase agreement.
Sorry to bust your bubble about the CWCO Mexiso salination plant
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Here's the answer to that question - san diego has a desalination plan ( the largest in the western hemisphere) coming online in the Fall. So forget about the Rosarito plant . i keep telling all of you cwco makes no money from california's situation and most liely never will.
this is what you get at the end of a bull cycle. ge's move yesterday was all about financial engineering, far from the days of earning money from actual products. apple being added to the dow, QE1000, and the IMF throwing liquidity at the euorpean market when real fundmentals haven't change. The VIX at an astouding 12 without an ounce of fear in the market. the dow jones transport indice falling. rampant mergers and acquistions which is a good sign if your long, but probably means your closer to a top. basically a market up based on nothing, so how long can something like that go on for without a major hiccup somewhere along the line. i wish the market was going up based on real economic growth, yea, investors cheered GEs move but i see that as more a sign of a top than something that really creates any long term value.
You sound like a company troll. You need to write a little more erractic so its hard to tell. Yea, the murder rate has been going down too. Does that mean society Is safer or maybe the statistics are not being gathered correctly for whatever reason. we now live in a corrupt country where nobody beleives anyone specially when the guy at the top has a way of not telling the truth.
it would appear this might be the holy grail cancer causing agent. part of the problem its not the few times of use its the daily use over a long period of time that is the killer. I eat cereal five days a week How much of this #$%$ am i digesting , but its everywhere in the food supply even maybe some of the organics especially when they are grown in this stuff and then transferred to an organic setting.
This just might be the invisible molecule that is doing all of us in.
i t would be nice to see stocks go up based on new break through products than the same old buybacks and raise the dividend. How about putting the buyback money into research and development. Shareholders wouldn't get their short time high from that but living off cash cows just makes the stock a dud down the road.
The consumers home has basically been the same for the last 20 years - where's the automation that easily sysncs up security, heat, aircondition, cable, tv, fire alarms, etc. What can nobody figure that out.
its a liberal state they don't know how to manage and have no foresight. Saltwater to freshwater is not mountain water to the liberals they rather reduce your water usage as long it doesn't interfere with the liberal elitist way of life. common sense says you look for alternatives but this is california, the home of big debt and an eroding tax base.
So stop counting the rain drops, liberals dont hve a clue. they've been in drought coditions for about 3 years now and not one thing has been done to solve the water crises, but hey, maybe it will just go away.
I was like all of you i once thought california would be jumping on salination plants and then i realized who controls the state.