would be easy to sell of Guinness to AmBev and buffett and 3G keeping the hard liquor assets and start acquiring more into a private company. Buffett has been acquiring liquor distributors over the years and would make nice fit for a steady income company in his stable as well.
interesting that all the analyst are changing their ratings to buy on DEO, they must know their is a bid coming soon from AmBev / 3G partners / Buffett. Makes a lot of sense to split this up and sell for a big premium, there are so few alcohol companies left to buy premium brands at a discount.
likes Denny's and has said many times he likes FRGI
stock looks way undervalued here
charting is showing a move very soon to 17 to 18 area on fundamentals alone. Mid 20's on sale news
but after last quarter's beat by almost double, and pasadena's turnaround, id expect it to be higher than that.
wildcard is what investment bankers recommend to management from their evaluation and RTK's wanting to maximize value now on their investment in RNF (60%)...... from all indications the likely outcome will be a sale to CF industries who are in the market to buy nitrogen assets.
there is no transaction priced in at 15.00, doesn't even price in the turnaround in earnings and distributions of 1.70 this year!
will take it back up to 21.50 area
getting too close to restated earning to come out mid year
Well, the strategic review is any management team on behalf of its ownership constantly review what's the best ownership form structure, operating procedure like the restructuring we did at Pasadena and I think we saw that the overall fertilizer market year-over-year was going to be improved. We also saw that that our operational issues had been overcome.
So we're generally optimistic about our business, but we’re also always curious whether big being two plants and the industry that is global with competitors that have double-digit numbers of plants and many lines of products in many different markets and supply basins whether it is the effort that’s done in its current form or others and we have prized assets.
And I think our goal is to maximize the value that our unitholders receive. So that is the goal and we are a large unitholder. So when people say, hey, I think you doing this to benefit RTK, I mean it’s absolutely we’re doing this to benefit RTK. We owned 60% of the units and we would like to see the valuation projected forward to be as high as possible.
Has anything surprised you so far you’ve gone deeper and deeper into this review?
No, I mean, no. No, this is a no.
company said in conference call they would be coming out with option that investment bankers recommend. Sounded like a sale of company was likely as 60% owner RTK gave blessing to sell it as well of CEO resigned off board of RNF. mid 20's coming. RNF CEO said that being a 2 operating unit competing with big companies with 24 units was not competitive and getting to that size just wasn't likely to happen......that says a sale is highly likely!
likely will take off after tomorrow when it pays out the quarterly distribution
from conference call remarks it is highly likely it will we a sale of the company as RNK who owns 60% gave its blessing to sell it and their CEO dropped off the RNF board. 20's coming quickly with CF and others wanting to buy this strategically located nitrogen producer.
nice setup, expansion of store base and raising prices
who group was sold off after issues with CMG and BWLD, problem with exchange traded ETF's
but creates bargains with good companies like FRGI
could see 5 to 6 quickly on any news of what their plans are to grow digital or restructure debt