With that in mind, reviewing what Danzy says, purposely misspelled words, thoughts that make no sense,
Review who answers them and vote accordingly.
Green thumb if you believe the guy that answers these posts IS INDEED Danzy!
"he doesn't know what's going on"
BEEP~ BEEP~ BEEP~~..
The dump truck is backing up...Careful!...Stay Long, its the right thing to do...
Your a fine one to talk!!!
Here's a wakeup call for you and your buddy T.
Posters here are not dumb, ready?...
Whomever talks to Danzy... IS Danzy!
I should bring that to a thumb vote, it's very obvious..
You, markitvalue, have 2148 posts over the past year. What's your point?
My point, "prove It", you can't, can you?...That's cause like the movie Liar Liar Jim Carey, I did like that movie.
Reminds me of what the shorts are predicting, but can't prove that either, can you?!
Always fun to catch a shorty by his toes....
Ouchy ouch ouch is what's in store for JCP shorts. It's been what a year?...
I'm still here, and as much as much as you don't like it, so is JCP!
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"Now you went and done it. This guy was counting on the interest rate GOING DOWN".
8.125% on the 2019 notes?....You bet I am.
JCP new notes to payoff old notes due 2015 2016 2017 while not in their entirety, are paying 8.125% interest, high because of the JCP risk as a business.
As JCP gets stronger, they may very well access the market to better that 8.125% interest.
SOOOO to reiterate what you said...
"Bottom line--JCP has time, rate wise, to execute its turnaround, and possibly lower its average cost of debt as its metrics improve".
You are right on with that statement, regardless of what the dump truck drivers are saying...
Jingle their bells...
"By something huge and dramatic I mean something like a merger, takeover, a deep
pocket investor that would think the debt would be insignificant versus the footprint they would be getting".
" I'm just throwing this out as an example and not necessarily that I believe anything is/would/could be in the works".
What I get is a change in your approach from can't to possibly could?
I would take out the word 'could' in your second sentence, "is/would/ be in the works since your first sentence implies the opposite. Just trying to be helpful.
Many here including myself have expressed the thought of a retailer from overseas wanting to access the U.S. markets by buying JCP outright. 1100 plus stores certainly has exposure.
Maybe that's why there's no official word that JCP intends to close any more?
What about a return to profitability, what do you suppose that will do for the PPS?
"I'm glad you're here and can give us a woman's perspective".
You are very welcome, glad to help...
BTW when did the wife leave you?
I'm with you. What the shorts are missing is the 'greed factor'. The stage is set now for a double or triple with profits possibly being reported in a month or two.
"Wonder what that means"?
One thing you can count on here. Those that say things with an agenda in mind.
and some here give new meaning to 'back the truck up'. lols.
But I wouldn't worry about it, if the corporation doesn't meet requirements they won't be allowed to access those capital markets. IMO, as JCP gets stronger financially, who knows they might swap debt for more favorable ones. What I mean is paying less, now don't get mad, interest on the bonds they are currently paying.
Your friend Markit, with an I...
markitvalue • Dec 19, 2013 2:14 PM................When good numbers come out in early Jan 2104, JCP stock will soar. Wish I could be around to see it...LOL
Gee I'm flattered to think someone could 'care to send the very best'...A joke about the year 2104!
By then I'm sure JCP will be in the fifties, if not higher...Has it been that long, a whole year has gone bye?