Checked the NASDAQ site for after hours trades. One 300 share trade took NYCB from $14.63 to $15.44 on the last trade. Bummer. There was a 500,000 share trade at $14.63 a couple hours earlier.
You are so right om4. Why doesn't romannorga say liberal nazis and tea party nazis? Why don't both groups get the totally exaggerated distinction?
CPK has gone from $25 to $55 over the last five years and is at an all time high.
Check out the Max chart. Wish all my stocks were such "big losers".
Are you refering to the upward directed channel that has taken it from $7 to $45 in the last 4 years or the more recent 16 month channel taking it from $25 to $45?
" When exactly does it go up?" Seriously? Take a gander at the 5 year chart. $10 to $40 all during the "worst recession since the great depression"
Benioff told Cramer this past Thursday that CRM is doing almost $1B per quarter now and have achieved this with very litle advertising. Said that is going to change as they are about to embark on a major advertising campaign. Also said that the Japanese government is now CRMs largest customer. Stock price should rise just a tad should other governments follow suit.
How about a safe yield? " Despite having the smallest yield, LINN Energy, in my opinion, has the safest distribution of the bunch. Not only does the company hedge 100% of its production through at least 2016, but that production has some upside, thanks to the company's use of puts. Another great thing about LINN is that you can invest in this cash machine without the headaches of a K-1, by choosing instead to invest in its affiliate, LinnCo (NASDAQ: LNCO ) . Because LinnCo only owns LINN's units, you're getting the access to LINN's cash flow, but in a structure that sends a 1099, not a Schedule K-1. "
Here is one section of the article,
The global fleet is scheduled to grow by over 100 million deadweight tonnes (dwt) this year, well over 10 percent, but Kristoffersen predicted that the actual figure would be closer to 65-70 million dwt.
"With scrapping included, our projection is for a net increase of just 35 million tonnes (dwt)," Konstantinos Adamopoulos, the chief financial officer of Safe Bulkers said.
That is below some market expectations with Morgan Stanley predicting the fleet to rise by 63 million tonnes or exactly 10 percent, and for the utilization rate to fall to 74 percent from 77 percent.
"Based on (low) January figures, we think non-deliveries this year could be dramatically higher," Ted Petrone, the President of operators Navios Corporation said.
Are these guys not doing enough research?
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