Mr. Trade - I've never seen anyone quite as arrogant and self centered.as you. You clearly missed the run up in ALU and have not been present on this board for months and now you come back proclaiming your calls and progostications were right on the money. In case you don't realize it, nobody cares who you are or what your opinions are. You are nothing but a spec of insignificance in teh grand scheme of life. At this stage, you are more of a laughing stock than anything.
You clearly suffer from narcissistic personality disorder. You would be well advised to seek treatment. Thank you yahoo for ignore. Good ridance.
given all of your recent optimism regarding alu, why did you changed your sentiment from strong but to hold?
I looked at JP Morgans adr website. You are 100% correct.
November 25, 2013 Final Rate Announcement
Payable in US Dollars
Rate = .175370
Cash Distribution Fee = .01
Final Cash Distribution = .165370
ADR Record Date - 12/05/2013
ADR Payment Date - 12/19/2013
16.5 cents per share on the way for Xmas.
"What should be learned is that the market still views GLW as a single product company"
That's your opinion and not necessarily true as far as market perception.
The fact of the matter is Corning is heavily invested in not only display technologies, but environmental technology, telecomunications, life sciences, specialy materials and even drug discoveries, not to mention their interest in DOW Corning. The market is become increasingly aware of Corning's diversification.
GLW has a research and development department second to none. Short the shares if you wish. I'll remain firmly fixed on the long side. The recent GTAT investment by Apple will not deter this company's short or long term prospects.
lets face it. despite the fact that sapphire has been used in limited applications, nobody expected apple to inject over a half a billion dollars in facilities to produce the material. don't kid yourself, GLW management knew this was coming. the recent samsung deal and stock buyback mitigated some of the not so good news.
here's one threat. not good news for corn producers or the corn ethanol business. taxpayers have heavily subsidized the business and have had enough.
read and weep corn ethanol fans. this is not good news for corn producers or the ethanol business which has been crammed down Americans throats and heavily subsidized by taxpayers. enough is enough
read and weep ethanol fans. not good news for corn producers and the corn ethanol business which has been crammed down Americans throats and heavily subsidized by taxpayers. enough is enough.
Have you looked at corn futures lately. $2.50+- / bushel delcine in the last 4 months. Thats huge. At least in the ag sector of the business, sales going forward look a little shaky.
goldman could care less about the common sharelholder. if ALU goes belly up, they have more sufficient collateral to cover their loan.
BTW, I'm long ALU, but I've been down this road before with Goldman. They're ruthless and could care less what happens to the common shareholders
dead cat bounce due, but the market is saying the future of 3D is not all that promising.
...bottom line. NOBODY, whether it's kids or adults enjoy wearing the glasses. I was in Niagra Falls a couple years ago and went to a theater which displayed a 3D history of Niagra Falls. I was not impressed..not even a little. That was my one and only 3D experience....For the sake of this company, I hope there have been great strides made in 3D since I saw that film.
Needless to say, this company has been a huge disappointment for investors.