overall item counts on shelf at key retailers down 11% across the board,.
the exit of key execs,
no recent open market insider buying
WHAT EXACTLY IS THE ARGUMENT FOR THE STOCK GOING HIGHER WITH A PE ABOVE 20 AND NO DIVIDEND. Let's hear a good case for it going to 50 or 60 dollars.
on organic food. The bottom could easily be $25 if the carnage continues. Hain should start paying a dividend.
GBX has $101.90 per share of revenue; ARII has $36.61 per share of revenue,
ARII is trading at a PE ratio more than twice that of GBX
Greenbrier reaffirms previously provided guidance for:
Deliveries of approximately 20,000 – 22,500 units
Revenue will exceed $2.8 billion
Diluted EPS will be in the range of $5.65 to $6.15
New railcar backlog as of November 30, 2015 was 36,000 units with an estimated value of $4.14 billion (average unit sale price of $115,000), compared to 4
"We see positive continuing demand for a range of non-energy related railcars including automotive carrying railcars, large cube covered hoppers, non-energy tank cars and boxcars. We believe our strong backlog, geographic diversity and manufacturing flexibility will lead to another solid year of earnings and free cash flow in fiscal 2016."
Anything to scare investors out of great investments. Notice how the shorts are sending out their PR agents to write about the coming collapse of everything under the sun except their short positions,
This avariciously intemperate and inept management gives the impression of having unmitigated disdain and scorn for its stakeholders. As a poster pointed out, it would take up to three years of dividends to replace the financial damage perpetrated by management in 30 days.
He is a genius!
an annual yield of 6.1% or $ 0.151 per share monthly. It holds a variety of interest- generating stocks, a number of which will quite likely increase their dividends. Investors apparently think that a 1/4 percent increase in interest rates by will make a 6% yielding fund a poor investment compared to a 2.5% 10 year T-bond or a 3.3% 30-year bond.