I live on the SE side of Green Bay, actually in Bellevue. Within 5 driving minutes are a Home Depot, A Menard's, and a Fleet Farm.
From .28 up to .35.
I bought it about 2 years ago @ 45.02 (closed Friday @ 80.35). Solicited opinions on this board at that time whether to buy LOW or HD (Home Depot). Some liked LOW better and others preferred HD. Didn't figure it out, but they've both done quite well. I will continue to hold LOW.
Actual cash loss in Q 1 was about $7.1 million. Ended Q 1 with $138 mil of cash. They also said they expect to end 2016 with cash in the range of $123 - 143 million.
Point is.........they could easily do some "bolt on" acquisitions. Acquire products from other companies that fit into their areas of expertise. Lots of good uses for their cash hoard. Just hope they don't spend it unwisely.
Now @ 2.17. Not sure if I'm making a good move, but it has been acting really well since my purchase. Have decided to give it some leeway and just see where it goes.
Bought ABT on Friday (May 20) @ 37.70. Along with some CSCO I bought a few weeks ago @ 26.35.........2 great long term holds that have strong and growing dividends.
The title of one of my Yahoo Finance Portfolios. Have had about 16 stocks on this list for over 6 months. Now 7 of them have gone bankrupt or are in some type of reorganization........There are many others in this same situation.
Have traded several of these over the past few years. Some gains and some losses. Have managed to not be caught holding any of them when they declared BK.
Same deal that Swift Energy holders got......4%. Process took about 4 months to complete.
Look at ACOR.....
*Market cap under $2 billion
*Revenues over $500 mil and growing.
*actually showing positive EPS
*very active pipeline
Kel...............holding GILD, CELG, and ACOR
Has to be. Only 2 analysts giving estimates. One estimate is for $7.5 million of revenues and the other is for $860,000 of revenues (What??)......hence, the very low $4.18 million average estimate.
Would be nice if the analyst would fix this presumed error. Perhaps he meant $8.6 million, not the $860,000.
I don't think Natgas has fallen that same percentage(obviously). I'm in UNG right now as I'm bullish for later in the year. I think the only way to use UGAZ or DGAZ is for very short term moves. like a month or 2 at the most. Anything longer than that, you get consumed by the "decay rate."