I'm guessing it has to do with Icahn Enterprises owning 82% of the stock. There's little float, so there's no reason for analysts to follow it. I've been watching it but the Icahn involvement has kept me from buying it. Whatever his plans are, they probably will benefit Icahn Enterprises to the detriment of the other shareholders.
We ate at Ruth's Chris yesterday, previously in early January. On both occasions we thought the quality of the food had declined from earlier, particularly the steaks. Is anyone else seeing the same thing? We're going to try another brand next time.
I also added some today, at 38.96. Hopefully this is just a timing glitch. On the conference call they did say that 2015 would be a big year in terms of higher production.
guidance for 2014 production has some funny numbers. almost all the growth occurs in 1Q, very little growth for the rest of the year. that could be the problem.