Like I said....can't wait to see what the actual number is that regi received from that blenders tax credit (BTC). Since we will find out tomorrow (hopefully), not worth discussing today. But thanks to both for the data...good stuff.
you forgot the dog food that killed thousands of pets here in the US. Everything from china is #$%$. But you know what......they do not care. Americans will always by #$%$ from their local walmart. Try the food.....I am sure its just fine.
If it really is going to be the biggest drug in history, then I imagine several drug companies will be buying up this stock here at a buck and a half. So no......not just yet my anonymous message buddy ol pal.....not just yet. Look at number of shares outstanding and price per share and do the math.....the math never lies.
since you seem to be dead wrong 100% of the time (as far as I can tell), I am going to follow your lead.....in a contrarian way of course. Think I will be buying all next week. Being right or wrong 100% of the time is a very valuable thing. Thanks dude.
when you have over 1.5 billion people, you do not want to use averages jjfinbarr. They have more rich people than we do. They also have more poor people, more women, more tall people, more short people, more people eating fish, and more people about to take fish oil supplements.
You do not know much about the pharma industry, do you. One time traveling in eastern turkey, while in a little remote village, I developed an eye problem. Lucky for me I was traveling with a group of doctors. They sent me to this little store....where I found my eye drops from Bosch & Loumb (excuse my spelling). Anyway, the drops in this tiny mountain town were less than half price of what I had been paying back in the states.
The drug companies charge more in the US because they can. Its because of our 3rd party system, insurance. So to steel a line from a doctor of over 50 years..."Imagine going to a car lot and asking the salesman if you need a new car. Then telling him a third party is going to pay for the whole thing. What do you think will happen?
because they would get exactly 1 penny for every dollar they spent on it. Now is not the time to sell....now is the time to go into bankruptcy protection, hold the assets if they can, and move on. Probably why most of the insiders have sold most of the shares....as they will become worthless. By the way, did you get a buyout for your Walter retirement package? What happens to that in the event of bankruptcy? I hope those funds are separate.
by the way, look at the tape on oil going out next few years. Its good news for chkr in the sense that it is way up over current month....about $12 higher. But this is still way below $88.
thanks ramberts. I did not have access or knowledge to that kind of info. Where in the world did you find that? I have to admit.....I am amazed. Good stuff.
As a return of favor.....here is a stock tip for you...AMRN
come on guys.....get a life. It was halted. They got a huge deal in china. They got $15 million up front. Now trading. The rules require that halt. You short bobo? Waaahahahahaha.....LOSER!!
I think rogere spelled out your best case scenario collecting dividends. This of course will not be the case if oil prices do not rebound over $88 before the end of this year...in 9 months as their wonderful $88/bbl hedges come off completely. They may already be hedging into the future at much less price.
My only input is that even if you want to hold long term, you can buy this stock for much less than current price......in next 2 months. This is just my opinion of course.
I love watching you two. My favorite part is when Jaredo loses the argument, he turns to something about star being a short.....which of course is pure #$%$ as no one knows who is or is not a short. Sorry Jaredo....but hey, thanks for the entertainment.
May I recommend the Subaru Forester. Cost is $24,000 and its all wheel drive and gets 35 mpg. Very nice car.
Is it quite a ways back. He did that over a year ago by selling some stock when it appreciated. Smart move. So go back about a year. Look at when the stock popped over $100 if I remember correctly. Sorry jndesk, but you are on your own looking that one up.
thanks for all the technical BS from a canned program. Now you know why it gives you the warning at the end saying that future results are not based on past performance.....or anything else for that matter. You sound like just another bottom feeder. Have your read what BHP said yesterday about met coal? Its over. Maybe even for them.
The best bottom feeding strategy is to not try and predict a bottom....but to watch the stock action and jump on the bandwagon on the start of an up day......and get the hellll out in a few days or about a 20% move. Put in a stop loss just in case 10% below your entry point. That works. But...."future results are not based on past performance".
good point....this board and every board so it seems. Lots of mis-information and people just typing stuff. No, did not get answer on that last question I posted to those guys. They have posted some good stuff before, but not on this topic. I usually just ignore most of this type of data anyway. If institutions were buying like crazy, the demand for the stock would be up, and hence the stock price. As we can see, it is not. That says it all.
Thanks for the post by the way.