YYY traded this morning at $23.15. However, the bid-ask is $22.68-.76. Is there a source for the current NAV? How can this trade at such a wide divergence to NAV? Aren't ETF's supposed to reflect the price of the underlying holdings?
December 3: TMMA.MX trades 1.825 million shares. The usual volume is a few thousand! Que pasa?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Simplistic, yes, but a click on the Yahoo BRLI Competitor screen gives a concise comparison. Caveat: All "forward looking" numbers are but a guess. Not included is the dividend floor with DGX. Additionally, Ralph Whitworth's Relational Investors has a sizable stake in DGX. LH is the other alternative. All will eventually benefit from the ACA. I'm leaning towards DGX especially since both DGX and LH came down in sympathy with BRLI's warning. Why is BRLI worth a 50% higher p/e multiple for what may be slightly faster growth. What do you see that I am missing? Thank you for your perspective.
Alliance is the #1 pulse trader in the world. It has a 4% dividend held. Earnings are growing double digits. Management is moving into higher margin value added businesses. The p/e is 11x'14 Estimates. What's not to like?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
No press release on the website as of 9:25PM NYC even though they do still have 5:00PM EST under events. Oh, well, mañana is good enough for me. Sleep well, all.
Don't let the morons get to you. If you do, they win. And there are plenty of them out there. Good luck.
You're welcome. FYI, many brokers have the wrong release date. E-Trade for example has November 29. They also have an average estimate of $.47 with a range of $.37-.54 for the quarter. Their "consensus" is from three analysts. Do you have any other estimates?
I have been building a position in agriculture/fertilizer stocks for the long haul. I do want to add SQM for geographic and commodity mix diversity but I am somewhat reluctant because of their history of missing expectations. I decided to wait until after the earnings release on November 19. However, as you pointed out today's volume certainly calls attention to the company. As a rule of thumb price generally follows volume. So, the push and pull of the variables continue. Good luck with your investments.
What does the volume and price action mean? Is an increased price on big volume tell you anything in and of itself? Will the news follow the action? Is there someone just a little smarter ( or, rather, with better access to information) than Yahoo message board posters acting ahead of tyne news? We'll see. Check the history of these configurations.
Yahoo has $1.97 as the estimate for 2013. However, the March quarter was $.87, the June quarter $.63 and estimates for September and December are $.71 and $.61 respectively. I went back to my First Grade math notes and added up the four quarters in 2013 (Are there four quarters in a year? I haven't reached fractions yet.) and it comes to $2.82 for 2013. I went to my boolean algorithms, Googled the process but I still couldn't get $2.82 to equal $1.97. I tried to contact Mrs. Flannely from P.S. 7 to no avail. What am I doing wrong?
surely and steadily. EBITDA grows each quarter. Money losing divisions are divested.The company is perfectly positioned for exploration growth in Mexican Gulf deepwater assets. GTMAY is focused on growing ship maintenance assets. Management is well connected with the ruling party. Liquidity is very thin. At present this makes accumulation a long term exercise. Use CPR: consistency, persistency, resilience. When Nieto's plan to develop Gulf assets matures, GTMAY will go along for the ride.