.3683 times 270.31 plus129.33. If so then seems agn should be selling higher than current, even considering arbitrage considerations deal not going thru etc.
Inquiring minds would like to know. Thanks.
Sold out today when NGLS could not hold gains. My worse stock by far this past year. And I own 51, well 50 stocks now. Good luck to longs, maybe my selling will cause a turnaround.
I assume you are joking. But, How does ERBB stay away from bankruptcy with huge negative tangible assets and huge negative cash flow? ANd they have been in that state for some time, since inception? Of course, I have never really looked at a penny stock.
Some one is shedding some shares and put pressure on stock. I bought some more for my account. I am always looking for bargains.
I already owned SWKS, but bought more Friday. Based on risk/reward, a very good investment. I believe it would take and exogenous event somewhere to keep SWKS from going into the 30's over the next few weeks. And long run the stock looks even better. Look at their business model and their product and their customers and their forecast and their management team and SKWK's current price. Doesn't get any better IMHO.
I just had to buy 1,000 mire shares at bargain. Those companies were: Brean Capital from 58 to 70; Northland Capital 65 to 80; Topeka Capital Markets 58 to 72; Ascendant Capital Markets 58 to 70; Needham 60 to 70;
Just bought BUD stock. I know that some countries like England and Canada do not, Not sure about Belgium. Thanks.
Well DVY hs been down pretty much in tandem with the market. I have been looking for that to happen in a wash out complete. he exceptions today have been health REITs and the MLP's. I am not sure the MLP's have to drop further for the wash-out complete. They are an oddity.
I got out because of the huge debt this company has amassed whike buying those good properties Cramer talked about. Huge debt
and a falling NG price puts MHR in a dangerous position imo. Their operating margin is getting squeezed and they still have to pay those large interest payments. Just my opinion. Something to think about. Now if NG should go back up to 4.5-5.0, then MHR would be a home run. But at 3.5 or lower where we might be heading because of oversupply and disappointing demand, it is a strikeout. Again my opinion.
My biggest concern with MHR is their balance sheet. They have great assets, but they paid a heavy price for them. Therefore, with such high leverage they are more vulnerable to low NG prices. As their margin gets cut thinner, but they still must pay such high interest expense, then the bottom line becomes weaker. IN fact none of the analysts project MHR to be in the black in 2105. Now longer term as these production figures grow, if NG can stabilize or go up, then MHR could potentially soar. This is what happens with highly leveraged companies. They are a bigger gamble and their future can go gangbusters, or just go bust.
Amazing how rightwingers can be manipulated. This all Bush's fault. He got us into this ill-fated war that would never have an end. We would literally have to occupy Iraq for ever, and we would still ultimately fail. Bush was warned it would end this way. We could not keep troups there forever. The war was doomed for failure from the start because of the three main factions in Iraq that hate each ever and would never agree to peaceful coexist.
CLR getting killed today reporting increased
cost of production and other problems.
CLR getting killed today
This is in New York City. Maybe he will say something that will raise our stock AH, and then tomorrow.