What ever would we do without Democrat legislatures looking out for us?
If it's a she, she is probably a he. If it's a he, he is probably a she.
Yes, she always disappears when things look good. Best contrarian indicator i have ever used. Time to sell?
GS advisory service coordinates with market makers, no doubt about it. There is simply too much at stake for them not to cooperate with one another. Chinese wall is a myth and there is nothing regulators can do about it. GS buy and sell calls are most always great contrary indicators. Small pikers get hosed as always.
So now we hear that Zacks is "reiterating" a neutral position on CHRW. I thought they had a strong sell on 12/16?? They have no credibility. Today, i am issuing a strong sell on Zacks
I feel your pain. Forward power contracts have to roll off and get renewed. NG hedges need to expire. This will take time. Hopefully the spot market will give them a lift - I just looked and PJM spot was at $612/MWh. I would expect that Q1 guidance on the Feb. conference call will be positive.
They don't really hedge electrical power but they do hedge natural gas due to its significant impact on power prices. That said, they do sell forward power contracts to large customers to mitigate fluctuations in the spot market. Eventually, the rise in spot prices will be reflected in the long term forwards but it will take time for contracts to roll over. However, like all nuke operators, they do sell into the spot market but the question is what % of their overall market is spot vs. forwards? They might keep this info close to the vest.
Maybe, but this time I am hanging on. About time to breakout to mid 60s. Prediction for 2/5: marginal earnings, good revenue, and bullish outlook will propel this higher.
There we go, that's more like it. BTW, various pundits on this board have knocked EXC management, but to their credit, they were on top of the capital structure and saw to it that the dividend was adjusted early in the game. FE, however, appears to be late to the game as anyone could have predicted a cut based on their capital structure.
Right. Progressive government agendas always leave out the poor and middle class. When will we ever learn?
Sounds like a race to see which state can be the most "progressive". My bet is that the taxpayers lose.