Sixteen cents net income for a thirteen dollar stock gives us a ho-hum 1.2% or same as last year's third quarter. I don't mind as we own more valuable and more dispersed properties and even if the net increase was only a bit more than last year it increases my confidence that our currently robust distributions can continue.
Crop prices cratered last year. I think competition from Canada and S. Am. countries was important.
Thanks. I'm going to try and take advantage of this. I have also heard that the production life may have been overestimated in some shales.
Can you recalculate using $85/bbl? That's the average breakeven point that I heard for shale oil.
How are the dollar values of Yahoo and Softbank divided among equities and bonds? I know such data may be difficult for Softbank.
How are the dollar values of such instruments divided among banks, funds, and other corporations?
Lots of hedgies selling stocks to raise money for the IPO according to Cramer.