I am looking too. Finally stuck my toe in with a small order.
Long interested in batteries, but could not pull the trigger. Info overload.
Today nice article on forbes about inverters and Google.
They are the solution to electric mobility and grid independence.
Have a position in EMR and NOK too.
Skip, I just placed a tiny bid to your point.
I have watched ravn since before farm equip guidance, and quite a bit late to the game I want in, below your $30 mark.
Like every thing else the reaction to $3 corn may be overblown. Either black gold goes below $30 a barrel or all the other essentials seek balance, long over due.
The future is anybody's guess.
However, a word to the wise. This kind of skewed statistics is the domain of the stock manipulators extraordinaire that populate our markets.
Do you really think that electric mobility will not grow in the next five years?
The fertilizer side is wounded with the erosion of corn prices, but unless oil drops to $ 30 a barrel ethanol will continue to provide a corn market and prices for both crops and fertilizer will recover.
Depending on your horizon, this could be a god opportunity to begin a position or in my case double down to bring my current base down a little.
Again the shorts are feasting on the tragedy on Ukraine and the madness in Minor Asia.
Skeetz, I think you hit it on the head.
As an old apple user, I helped build that bullet proof image.
The market has swallowed it hook line and sinker.
MSFT has just failed to develop the ease of use that made apple so attractive and capable of commanding the grotesques margins of late with products that are no longer as good ( comparison ways).
I liked my 928 but once the protective case gave up it was difficult to secure a new one and eventually it cracked the glass. The insurance deductible is more than I would have to pay for a comparable promo from Sam. I also bought a Sony vaio to synch with the 928, and it is buggy too. Lots of freeze ups.
It coincides with the avalanche of mercenaries sowing doubt. This time they brought some gun powder so watch out. I agree wait until you see the white in their eyes, then I will buy some more too.
I agree we were had.
I just sold the MSFT with a nice gain. I straddled the fence and bought some MS at the steeling. But their failure to perform convinced me to sell today. Still have a bunch on NOK in favorable terms both tax and cash ways.
You picked my curiosity.
What was the tune of the P.E. gaffe?, and what was the purpose?
I am a satisfied long term holder of EMR. In fact it is my third largest holding, just because NOK and TKR are doing very well just now.
Thinking of maybe adding as it appears to be getting left behind by other placements that are more volatile.
I have enjoyed EMR more conservative stance and maybe it is time think about circling wandering wagons.
And I rather remain the owner of a well run co. that remains loyal and honest to its owners.
Dreaming is free.
If moody's is saying that they are sub par, I would take that as a great endorsement.
They cannot find themselves in broad daylight and are here playing the short card.
Just look out the window and see how many vehicles are rolling. Even a transition to other sources of energy for transportation will use a lot of diesel.
TKR old and divided have great comparable advantages for the fracking in Northamerica.
I think that the split even being a silly thing, may have brought the attention this great reliable business needed and that attention maybe reflected in a more realistic valuation.
Even if interest rates were to begin a climb I think the essential nature of their business will provide a great defense against inflation.
I for one continue to remain long.
It is clearly a come on from the same crowd that tried to sink NOK.
There will be a bunch of losers after a while.
The boogey man is real. Just check the press about NY AG and Barclays.
Do you think B is the anomaly, or the pattern.
Do you think there is any other victim besides the high accounts at Barclay's.
You took the words out of my mouth.
Great time to buy more to beat the crooks at their game.
Their leach/ license is getting shorter by the day.
If markets are rid of HFT, and naked short selling, there is an easy 25% up side if retail investors reenter the market.
You do not need to tell us about collusion/protection afforded dark pools, HFT, or hedge funds. The question is how do you benefit from their inside information without becoming a sacred cow above what is right.
If the shares received were somehow of restricted value your statement would hold water as is, it is an elegant way of allowing partial exit. On the other hand if you retain the shares a play in the eventual recovery.
It does put msft on the spot.
To this day I cannot see flash video on my lumia 928.
One would think that msft should have enough wit to make the translators if they do not want to pay royalties to adobe, or sue for anti trust exclusion to the press that uses a restricted access media. It is a form of steering after all.
No you have not.
The shorts at bloomberg are hard at it. Sure sign for more appreciation/ recovery to come.
just look at the recent touting of the" mistaken payments" instead of acknowledging that SAN is ahead of the game benefiting from a sector that the other banks are trying to.get into.