Or you will look back in a year and be humbled......but hey who am i to judge.
I mean its not like this company has a current ratio of .47 or so which is very poor (it should be above 1)
its not like the LT debt/equity is around 2.7 or so which means for every dollar of equity, there is 2.7 dollars of debt.
And its not like this company has enough cash to battle thru some poor unforseen future event, i mean they do have around a penny a share
And their earnings are fantastic, have you seen all that red? When driving, that usually means stop, but in investing, I guess that means keep going and buy more
Lets not forget all the convertible bonds that aren't even in this discussion which will dilute shareholders even more.
Plus, i mean the cash flow is great, whenever you can get a company with more cash leaving than entering, you know you have a winner
I also particularly like all the free shares that are given to mgmt which have proven themselves with this company
And lastly, because i don't want to write a paper about how much i love this company, i love how they really focus on pro forma, because that is such a key thing to look at......I know its something great to look at, because pro forma was really stressed during the 90's and the tech boom.........and bust...........
you're a joke....you have no spies, you have no nothing
You sound like the fool yesterday who said he heard from "someone" that T was going to beat by a few cents, they ended up missing by a few cents....
I'm not a trader, i'm an investor, huge difference....you're right, i probably couldn't trade in a bear market
Because after the assets are proved etc and the company is sold, i think i'll make money, however that's speculative and theres alot of time between now and then to have the stock go up or down, the company currently isn't worth that kind of money. Speculative investing is not my specialty, theres too many factors that come itno play
actually, i'm right here. I'm currently reading a book and occasionally checking everyone's irrational comments about how the price went up and down for this or that reason. Instead of looking past the price action which has little to no importance to the company which is ultimately what you're invested in.
Alright Tucker, I still can't help but point out again that you haven't brought up one single fundamental thing about Halcon, I exposed around 10 to your 0. Why is Halcon currently undervalued and such a great buy as you seem to think it is?
Evan, you brought up not one fundamental thing about HK in that comment, if you want to follow the rest of the hogs to get slaughtered, be my guest, however i've simply chosen not to follow and im trying to get others to break away as well, now obviously, pea sized brains like yourself can't think for yourself, so you'll continue the same path you have (following) however for others, i'm hopeful they will see the light
there is no such thing as a short term investor. Thats called speculation, and it'll kill your money more times than not.
im not juan tho, i don't understand why its so hard to understand that there is more than one person who thinks the stock is overpriced.