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kerabouttruth 217 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 3, 2013 7:20 PM Member since: Jul 26, 1999
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  • Reply to

    jks was 40.00 stock 2010

    by dkatakmo Sep 3, 2013 5:32 PM
    kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Sep 3, 2013 7:20 PM Flag

    JKS Op cash flow was $114M last year vs $34M in 2010 after Capital Expenditures, Investments & Depreciation:
    View: Annual Data All numbers in thousands
    Period Ending Dec 31, 2012 Dec 31, 2011 Dec 31, 2010
    Capital Expenditures (19,473) (282,844) (198,481)
    Investments (36,635) (73,007) 2,400
    Depreciation 53,907 42,918 15,385
    Total Assets 1,343,807 1,457,960 892,354
    Net Income (247,568) 43,429 133,826
    Total Stockholder Equity 219,110 459,992 404,450
    Total Cash Flow From Operating Activities 114,963 (121,737) 34,966

  • Reply to

    JKS BLOWOUT EPS:)))

    by mnginaowner Aug 14, 2013 6:26 AM
    kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Sep 3, 2013 3:25 PM Flag

    We now expect to return net profitability for the entire year as we have are confident that this quarter’s strong operational and financial performance is indicative of our future performances.
    [Foreign Language] Over the past few quarters JinkoSolar has rapidly adapted to number of fundamental shifts in the market. We now believe that we are prepared to take full advantage of the more favorable industry conditions. Where ASP continues to stabilize the solar industry has begun to consolidate with demand gradually aligning with supply. These fundamental industry shifts are further supported by serious positive developments, domestically and internationally.
    Domestically the formulation of the China state consortium in early July emphasize the strategic importance of the PV industry and set a clear target of 35 gigawatts by 2015. Internationally the settlement agreements between the EU and China are export of solar product, will greatly improve our visibility in the European market.
    [Foreign Language] We believe really to demonstrate our further improved, state of the art technology, reliability and quality of the solar product that have driven our growth. In just the past quarter JinkoSolar received a dynamic mechanical load test certification which is the first in the industry and Dust and Sand verification from TUV Nord as well as the fire resistance certification from Italy's Istituto Giordano.
    This demonstrates just how effective we have become at delivering the best performance in diverse real world conditions. We’re now able to specially customize our modules based on the specifications of customer demand. With such strong production offer and growing demand we’re to leverage our brand, strong relationship and technological leadership as the market recovers. see king al pha trans

  • kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Aug 14, 2013 2:59 PM Flag

    Settlement Date Short Interest Avg Daily Share Volume Days To Cover
    7/31/2013 1,985,325 527,927 3.760605
    7/15/2013 2,461,400 623,174 3.949780

    67 Increased Institutional Holders
    7,428,435 Increased Total Shares Held
    Click on the column header links to resort ascending (^) or descending (v).
    Owner Name Date Shared Held; Change (Shares); Change(%); Value(in 1,000s)
    PENTWATER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LP 03/31/2013 3,011,800 2,782,269 1,212.15 38,129
    PUTNAM INVESTMENTS LLC 06/30/2013 584,180 584,180 New 7,396
    AQR CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC 03/31/2013 1,581,583 472,500 42.60 20,023
    RENAISSANCE TECHNOLOGIES LLC 06/30/2013 490,900 417,900 572.47 6,215
    DIMENSIONAL FUND ADVISORS LP 03/31/2013 3,878,770 328,708 9.26 49,105
    AMERIPRISE FINANCIAL INC 03/31/2013 1,064,303 324,490 43.86 13,474
    ASTER INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CO INC 06/30/2013 256,800 256,800 New 3,251
    THIRD AVENUE MANAGEMENT LLC 03/31/2013 244,155 244,155 New 3,091
    CORNERSTONE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT HOLDINGS LLC. 03/31/2013 184,000 184,000 New 2,329
    D. E. SHAW & CO., INC. 03/31/2013 313,891 154,024 96.35 3,974
    VAN ECK ASSOCIATES CORP 03/31/2013 824,417 141,341 20.69 10,437
    A.R.T. ADVISORS, LLC 03/31/2013 175,982 122,991 232.10 2,228
    MORGAN STANLEY 06/30/2013 174,336 80,465 85.72 2,207
    PUTNAM INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT LLC 03/31/2013 640,111 75,600 13.39 8,104

  • CQB Institutional Ownership Summary
    Ownership Analysis # of Holders Shares
    Total Shares Held: 134 38,297,628
    New Positions: 17 1,062,064
    Increased Positions: 69 7,314,310
    Decreased Positions: 46 4,457,333

  • Settlement Date Short Interest Avg Daily Share Volume Days To Cover
    7/15/2013 2,461,400 623,174 3.949780
    6/28/2013 2,531,681 438,736 5.770397
    6/14/2013 2,925,364 321,185 9.108034
    5/31/2013 2,941,959 365,508 8.048959
    5/15/2013 3,153,980 499,719 6.311507
    4/30/2013 2,901,954 519,850 5.582291
    4/15/2013 2,833,563 270,784 10.464293
    3/28/2013 3,187,527 492,927 6.466530
    3/15/2013 3,295,025 632,019 5.213490
    2/28/2013 3,055,205 418,274 7.304315
    2/15/2013 3,114,978 682,248 4.565756
    1/31/2013 3,100,353 763,138 4.062637
    1/15/2013 3,362,368 341,136 9.856386
    12/31/2012 3,189,930 453,181 7.038976
    12/14/2012 3,756,954 472,865 7.945088
    11/30/2012 3,962,404 311,774 12.709219
    11/15/2012 3,799,371 420,025 9.045583
    10/31/2012 3,872,297 329,200 11.762749
    10/15/2012 4,080,201 407,613 10.009987
    9/28/2012 4,800,018 762,637 6.293975
    9/14/2012 5,788,613 684,102 8.461623
    8/31/2012 5,913,363 369,839 15.989020
    8/15/2012 5,490,390 562,338 9.763505
    7/31/2012 5,801,898 420,055 13.812234
    7/13/2012 5,924,326 410,925 14.417049

  • When I updated my overall Ameritrade account screen, my account value jumped by $5000, compared to my Ameritrade individual stock screen, which I then updated & noted the Last Price for FUQI was just then increased by $1.25 from $1.50 to $2.75, [ie, my 4000 FUQI shares X an increased $1.25/share = $5000 increase in my Ameritrade account value].
    Probably just an Ameritrade SNAFU, & of course this means nothing as long as FUQI is not trading.

    Anyone else seeing this in Ameritrade, or have any possible explanation? ETRADE still shows FUQI symbol as 36102A207 & a last price of $1.50; ... if any of you have any standing good-till-cancelled FUQI sell orders, this might be a reason for watching for any possible/unlikely FUQI pre-market open tomorrow?

    TDAmeritrade:
    Symbol Qty Last Change Mkt Val
    FUQI 4000 2.75 0.00 11,000.00

    ETRADE:
    Symbol Last Trade Change $ % Day's Gain Qty Price Paid Total Gain $ % Market Val
    36102A207 1.50 0.00 0.00% $0.00 7,450 $0.6969 $5,963.06 11 4.41% $11,175.00

  • Price/Sales (ttm): 0.13
    Price/Book (mrq): 0.37
    Return on Assets (ttm): 3.55%
    Return on Equity (ttm): 3.19%
    Revenue Per Share (ttm): 19.04
    Net Income Avl to Common (ttm): 18.18M
    Current Ratio (mrq): 0.92
    Book Value Per Share (mrq): 6.63
    Operating Cash Flow (ttm): 85.89M
    Levered Free Cash Flow (ttm): 68.77M
    New here, just seeing COCO in big daily gainers, seeing op cash flow turning positive for last 9 months, & just wondering if any of you know enough about COCO stats to show what's holding COCO pps down?

  • kerabouttruth kerabouttruth May 7, 2013 1:44 PM Flag

    DAL has lowest short ratio of airlines
    DAL 0.50;
    RJET 1.60;
    LUV 2.30;
    UAL 4.80;
    LCC 5.80;
    HA 7.70;
    JBLU 10.1

  • Reply to

    Where is DAL headed?

    by from_east_to_west May 6, 2013 11:27 AM
    kerabouttruth kerabouttruth May 6, 2013 3:03 PM Flag

    Legacy airlines, despite financial problems and reduced capacity, continued to
    serve nearly all of the markets in 2003 as in 1998, but carried fewer
    passengers as they lost market share to low cost airlines.
    The U.S. commercial airline industry is capital-intensive, labor-
    intensive, and has high fixed costs with revenues and profits closely
    tied to the nation's business cycle. Fixed costs, including labor union
    contracts that are in effect for several years at a time, comprise a
    large portion of airline expenses and airlines must anticipate their
    capacity needs several years in advance. As a result, airlines tend to
    place orders for aircraft during profitable years, but deliveries tend
    to occur during down years. This has contributed to the cyclic nature
    of industry profitability. For example, in the 1990s, the industry
    recorded historically high profits of $47.4 billion from 1993 through
    1999, during which time several airlines signed new agreements with
    their contract work force and ordered new aircraft. This may repeat??

  • Reply to

    Where is DAL headed?

    by from_east_to_west May 6, 2013 11:27 AM
    kerabouttruth kerabouttruth May 6, 2013 3:00 PM Flag

    AMR & LCC merge will mean 3 major US airline conglomerates, with ability to price for success [esp using added fees], for first time in decades.
    Airlines are VERY cyclical stocks, so if economic cycle continues to recover, should do well.
    So maybe "Be greedy [Buy] when others are fearful" of airline industry, per Buffett/other stock gurus?

    the marked improvement in U.S. airline credit market
    access over the last four months has mitigated the worst of the
    liquidity pressures that threatened the survival of some large U.S.
    carriers during a period of extreme revenue weakness linked to the
    global recession and the associated decline in business travel demand.
    For the three most vulnerable U.S. carriers, US Airways, American
    Airlines and United Airlines (all with Issuer Default Ratings of
    'CCC'), risks of a near-term liquidity crisis have abated as a result
    of recent capital-raising success. Still, a continuation of credit
    market accommodation and improving operating trends will be necessary
    before liquidity outlooks can be regarded as stable.
    hot-topic/delta-northwest-merger

    Airline recovery on the horizon
    If you can handle the turbulence, there are some good opportunities
    among carriers, related sectors.
    While most signs are pointing to recovery in the airline industry,
    investing in the highly cyclical industry is still viewed as a mug's
    game. The rewards are high for those who can stomach the turbulence,
    but so, too, are the risks. The volatility of the industry has led
    analysts to spend years developing strategies to help investors make
    money, based on the patterns of previous cycles. Most investors are
    encouraged to buy at the bottom of the cycle and sell at the top. The
    trouble with airlines is defining either, but this has become easier
    coming out of the recession.
    In recent weeks, data from the top carriers suggest
    that a bottom has been reached.

  • Reply to

    Do You Think T.M.E.D.

    by jimkolak Mar 4, 2013 2:58 PM
    kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Apr 8, 2013 1:49 PM Flag

    ?sales could trend upward after ObamaCare?

  • AgFeed Industries, Inc. (FEED) -OTC Markets
    0.14 0.03(15.15%) Apr 3, 2:49PM EDT

    Insider Transactions Get Insider Transactions for:
    Net Share Purchase Activity
    Insider Purchases - Last 6 Months
    Shares Trans
    Purchases N/A 0
    Sales N/A 0
    Net Shares Purchased
    (Sold) N/A 0
    Total Insider Shares Held 227.63K N/A
    % Net Shares Purchased
    (Sold) 0% N/A
    Net Institutional Purchases - Prior Qtr to Latest Qtr
    Shares
    Net Shares Purchased
    (Sold) (2,692,630)
    % Change in Institutional Shares Held 104.99%
    Data provided by Thomson Financial

    Insider Transactions Reported - Last Two Years
    Date Insider Shares Type Transaction Value*
    Sep 13, 2011 STADLER JOHN A Officer
    31,822 Direct Acquisition (Non Open Market) at $0 per share. N/A

  • AgFeed USA, LLC (formerly known as M2 P2, LLC), a wholly owned subsidiary of AgFeed Industries, Inc. (the "Company") and certain subsidiaries of AgFeed USA, LLC (collectively with AgFeed USA, LLC, the "Borrowers"), Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA ("FCS FLCA") and Farm Credit Services of America, PCA (together with FCS FLCA, "Farm Credit") entered into an amendment (the "Amendment") to the Forbearance Agreement, dated February 1, 2013, among the Borrowers and Farm Credit (the "Forbearance Agreement"), with respect to AgFeed USA, LLC's Credit Agreement, among the Borrowers and Farm Credit, as previously amended from time to time (the "Credit Agreement"). In the Amendment, Farm Credit agreed that it will extend the period during which it will take no action to enforce its default remedies under the Credit Agreement and related security and other agreements until the earlier of (1) violation of the Forbearance Agreement or further breach of the Credit Agreement and related security and other agreements or (2) May 1, 2013. The Company is working closely with Farm Credit in reviewing its financing options.

    The foregoing description of the Amendment is a summary only and is qualified in its entirety by the copy of the Amendment filed as Exhibit 10.1 to this Current Report on Form 8-K and incorporated herein by reference.

  • kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Mar 6, 2013 3:50 PM Flag

    Steel industry looks set for a bullish 2013: expert
    The China Post news staff
    March 6, 2013
    The steel industry looks set for a bullish year, China Steel Corp.

    President Sung Chih-yu said yesterday. Sung expressed to media his optimism about the steel industry this year, in which growth is expected to top that of 2012.

    “We recently raised wholesale prices for April and May, and June prices are also expected to stay high,” he said.

    However, Sung said he feels more uncertain about the second half, as price variations for coal and iron ores may affect cost.

    He said prices were strong during the first half, with orders received by China Steel in the first quarter rising 10 percent compared to the fourth quarter. Orders are expected to grow another 3 percent in the second quarter this year, he added.

    As for China, he said prices are still increasing on the other side of the strait. This is especially so after the ascension of new leaders, who immediately announced a new round of infrastructure constructions.

    “All these factors will add to a positive development of the steel industry,” he said.

  • kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Mar 6, 2013 3:20 PM Flag

    One estimate of buyout value is Enterprise Value (Mar 6, 2013) = $208.63M

    Enterprise value (EV), Total enterprise value (TEV), or Firm value (FV) is an economic measure reflecting the market value of a whole business.
    Enterprise value =
    common equity at market value
    + preferred equity at market value
    + minority interest at market value, if any
    + debt at market value
    + unfunded pension liabilities and other debt-deemed provisions
    - associate company at market value, if any
    - cash and cash-equivalents.

    A simplified way to understand the EV concept is to envision purchasing an entire business. If you settle with all the security holders, you pay EV.

    Stock market investors use EV/EBITDA to compare returns between equivalent companies on a risk-adjusted basis. They can then superimpose their own choice of debt levels. In practice, equity investors may have difficulty accurately assessing EV if they do not have access to the market quotations of the company debt. It is not sufficient to substitute the book value of the debt because a) the market interest rates may have changed, and b) the market's perception of the risk of the loan may have changed since the debt was issued. Remember, the point of EV is to neutralize the different risks, and costs of different capital structures.

    Buyers of controlling interests in a business use EV to compare returns between businesses, as above. They also use the EV valuation (or a debt free cash free valuation) to determine how much to pay for the whole entity (not just the equity). They may want to change the capital structure once in control.

  • kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Mar 5, 2013 5:10 PM Flag

    testguru4sure, reur "Should be a big red flag on credibilty info being posted on this board."

    Which posted info are you referring to?

    I was thinking the same thing, ie, some posted data sound to good to be true.

  • Corinthian Colleges Inc. (COCO)
    Cash Flow Get Cash Flow for:
    View: Quarterly Data All numbers in thousands
    Period Ending Dec 30, 2012 Sep 29, 2012 Jun 29, 2012
    Total Revenue 407,550 408,560 362,680
    Stock Equity 569,419 568,049 564,915
    Net Income (67) 1,578 (6,492)
    Depreciation 16,331 17,014 17,179
    Cash Flow Operating 81,711 20,391 (42,923)

  • per nasdaq ddoott cm, thats a total of four shares short, down from 283,252, so critical posters are not short, but trying to get longs to sell to them??
    Settlement Date Short Interest Avg Daily Share Volume Days To Cover
    1/15/2013 4 13,567 1.000000
    12/31/2012 4 12,944 1.000000
    12/14/2012 2,385 10,361 1.000000
    11/30/2012 6,163 19,533 1.000000
    11/15/2012 36,770 41,789 1.000000
    10/31/2012 25,310 49,643 1.000000
    10/15/2012 3,613 16,982 1.000000
    9/28/2012 7,665 23,400 1.000000
    9/14/2012 6,011 39,035 1.000000
    8/31/2012 3,000 24,174 1.000000
    8/15/2012 7,838 16,986 1.000000
    7/31/2012 4,291 8,211 1.000000
    7/13/2012 4,097 7,307 1.000000
    6/29/2012 4,069 14,256 1.000000
    6/15/2012 5,028 8,244 1.000000
    5/31/2012 4,216 16,395 1.000000
    5/15/2012 7,522 20,389 1.000000
    4/30/2012 44,229 14,330 3.086462
    4/13/2012 46,322 17,872 2.591876
    3/30/2012 46,846 27,628 1.695599
    3/15/2012 47,899 34,804 1.376250
    2/29/2012 209,923 37,579 5.586178
    2/15/2012 283,252 22,729 12.462141

  • Reply to

    Qtrly Revenue Growth (yoy): 116.90%

    by babyitsawildworld Feb 8, 2013 12:05 PM
    kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Feb 8, 2013 12:17 PM Flag

    re previous year, don't like Inventory to Sales for GSI increased 24.10%; Accounts Receivable to Sales increased 17.76%, but maybe the investor can still consider the stock if Revenue Growth (yoy): 116.90% criteria appear very attractive.

  • Reply to

    28 patients enrolled for laser/PTX PTA study

    by sillkiey2 Nov 9, 2012 2:58 PM
    kerabouttruth kerabouttruth Feb 8, 2013 1:53 AM Flag

    NOT AS GOOD AS EXPECTED?: SPNC announced final results from the PATENT (Photo-Ablation using the TURBO-Booster(R) and Excimer Laser for In-Stent Restenosis Treatment) study evaluating the safety and efficacy of the Spectranetics peripheral laser atherectomy catheters for the treatment of in-stent restenosis (ISR) in the femoropopliteal artery in the leg. ISR occurs as a result of narrowing of the artery in patients who have undergone stenting for the treatment of peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
    Final results presented today by Professor Thomas Zeller (Herz-Zentrum Bad Krozingen, Germany) at the Leipzig Interventional Course (LINC) 2013 in Leipzig, Germany, indicate 82% and 52% freedom from target lesion revascularization (TLR) at six and 12 months, respectively. Laser atherectomy demonstrated excellent midterm primary patency of 64% as compared to 37% with balloon angioplasty primary patency as published in previous clinical registries. This is a significant improvement considering the challenging nature of these patients.
    Cumulative Major Adverse Events (MAEs) were 2.2% from procedure through 30 days following the procedure.
    Spectranetics is also supporting a physician-initiated pilot study at four centers in Europe evaluating the use of laser atherectomy followed by a paclitaxel-coated angioplasty balloon (PTX PTA) compared with the use of PTX PTA alone in the treatment of in-stent lesions in above-the-knee arteries. Enrollment of 50 patients is expected to be completed in the first half of 2013. Spectranetics' support of the PHOTOPAC (Photoablation Followed by a Paclitaxel-Coated Balloon to Inhibit Restenosis in In-stent Femoropopliteal Obstructions) trial is in the form of an unrestricted research grant.
    "The midterm patency with laser atherectomy for ISR lesions in the PATENT study is encouraging. We look forward to additional data on the combination of debulking with laser followed by local drug delivery," said Professor Thomas Zeller, a co-Principal Investigator of PHOTOPAC.

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