Has the Board of Directors done a one year chart on the stock price? Oil is down, so they should be very bust refining- but instead, they maintain the refineries so poorly that when they get a "chance of a lifetime"- they blow it-
You may be right- but isn't planning the downtime and MANTAINING THE F__ing refineries a sign of a responsible management??
I would not want to invest in a company that treats its customers so lackadasically- cust service is critical to their success- but they don't seem to value that- and this is during the day- after hours the calls and chat rolls to India- and they do not have a strong crew their- judging from my experience
Why is it not climbing? They are a refiner, running at 97% capacity- if their stock price was ever going to go up, it should be happening now? I own some, and I am really disappointed- really interested in your thoughts-
Management is overpaid, and know it, and know that if the company is bought, they will be pushed out- their incompetence and greed are the only explanation for the company continuing to do poorly in the best year for car sales EVER!
I think what we are seeing is indicative of this market- all the big firms are trying figure out how to make a buck- jump into anything about to make a "big announcement"- bail out as soon as the news is delivered- good or bad- they don't give a #$%$ about the company- just total gamble mentality- anyone trying to invest is just along for the ride-