you should hang your head for pimping. really. you have no class, no honor, and no brains. (and we all know it)
firm moves from Hold to Buy today @ $11.02 closing price yesterday. probably explains why they worked over the book yesterday down to $10.50 area, scooping up the weak.
at this point, august 25th, 2015, EVERYONE that has bought TTOO is holding it at a loss. most likely, we will see selling pressure, and it could be severe.
of course it is an interest rate play. as rates rise, TGP must fall to maintain the spread between 10 yr and their MLP rate. otherwise, we will all just buy the10 year eventually, and where does that leave TGP?
they have hedge much of their production. nat gas could go to $20, and their Q2&3 production is mostly sold.
why should higher claims impact these guys? they are not an insurer, right?
i need my FSLR team mates to confirm what i think after taking a quick look. SCTY etc handles residential, but FSLR looks more project management, industrial based?
not at all. i dont agree, but i heard it from his mouth. this is why none of the cases find officers to be wrong !
the laws are written very succinctly to allow wide leeway to the police force. my son in law is a police officer and they can basically do what they want as soon as they are even remotely justified. for example, an officer is fully justified to fire the entire clip in his gun, regardless of whether or not it is needed. the policy says that if an officer MUST fire his weapon, he should empty the clip.
traders need to be able to BORROW the shares to short it. if your brokerage firm has no shares to lend, you cannot enter a new short.
PLUG is the opposite of a company like CSCO. as CSCO grows into multiple billions, it becomes more difficult to produce meaningful percentage increases, continually. a big contract barely moves the quarterly number. the opposite is true for very small companies. a very small contract makes a HUGE difference, up and down. do you really think that missing anything quarterly number for PLUG is worth wiping out 20% of the company's valuation? buy it....