My bet is JBLU will beat on earnings and see a 2%-4% increase in stock price. No way they get a pop like Hawaiian did. The only reason HA popped big with earnings last week had to do with what happened after Q1 earnings when the CEO gave gloomy guidance and the stock dropped 30%. The gain from q2 earnings beat still did not get HA back to where they were before q1 report. Meanwhile JBLU has gained steadily since the last earnings in anticipation of continued good results. There is no reason for a big pop tomorrow unless there is an unexpectedly large beat on revenues and earnings and/or unexpectedly positive guidance.
Your ignorance is showing. You have posted on this board 141 times, beginning on Feb 5th. All of your posts have been negative. The stock price has rise from $60 to $90 during that time. Obviously you have been wrong 141 times.
It just seems like normal consolidation after a rapid run-up the first few days in April. Should firm up here and begin a slow advance until there is news or next earnings report in July.
That makes no sense. They have done their growing while competing with those companies and other "deep discounters". The uninformed were saying the same thing in 1980,1990, 2000,2010. Nonetheless Walgreens has increased their stock price more than 5000% since 1980. Their best growth period was 2012-2014. This is a company with unparalleled retail savvy. Now the world will learn. WBA has a huge footprint in Europe and is going to work on Asia and South America. Who is the competition that will put a lid on them in Egypt? Chile? Croatia? Slovakia? China? Mexico? England? Italy?
Margins dropped from 44% of revenues to 43.3% of revenues. That was the cost of a stronger dollar. Huge growth made that a negligible factor for now. The dollar will not strengthen against world currencies forever. In a few quarters, a weaker dollar may be a tailwind.
guidance for the rest of 2015 seems to indicate you are wrong.
Good info, thanks. While I believe we can trust the info HA feeds us, it is always a good idea to verify for yourself when able.
This time I agree with you sailbad. A public offering in China to sell the joint venture? When Hu says it will benefit shareholders in the long term I hear "shareholders are screwed in the near term". I'm on the sidelines watching the action for now.
Anyone can file suit and file against anyone they want and for any reason they can dream up. You need to consider the merit of the suits not the number.
a stock split is irrelevant to dividends. It doesn't matter if you get a $1 dividend on 100 shares or a $0.50 dividend on 200 shares, the total of the dividend remains $100.
Walgreen's has been a great stock to own the last couple of years. I think it continues to look like a strong long term investment. Short term, not so hot.
I think you are wrong again, sailbad. The numbers and Mr. Hu's remarks seem to be demonstrating that KNDI has a viable business plan with reproducible and accelerating revenues. I was particularly glad to hear that the JV intends to expand EV sales directly to the end consumer. I believe the lack of end consumer sales has been one of your criticisms of the company. It will be interesting to see how many cars they can sell to individuals.