Even we are surprised how weak this thing is.
Stunning to see the level of short interest and put options on a sub 10 P/E stock.
Management needs to get more aggressive creating/defending shareholder value or this thing is headed for another sig. decline no matter what the earnings are.
Stock would be trading at least 25% higher if the current management had someone forcing them to make shareholder value a priority (and there would be at least 50% less short interest).
Don't hold your breath....
and refuses to pay a penny more.
When it bounces above that valuation they short it hard.
Shareholder value is not something CBI management cares a whole lot about and the street knows it.
Today's trading after last week's post earnings BEAT disaster has done a lot of damage to CBI's chart.
Just too hard to make money buying CBI stock when it is so easy to make money buying almost anything else.
to wipe CLDN out completely.
Dump it all now or hold and lose it all.
CLDN was a stock dumping sham.
Don't make the same mistake twice.
CLDN is a shell. The cash will evaporate with very quickly and lawsuits will wipe out the rest.
This one is much worse than just a failed trial.
Next time don't ignore all the obvious signs and think it can't happen to you just because you own the stock.
Lawsuits will expose the stock dumping scheme.
CC was the alarm bell that we heard and SHORTED HUGE.
Research analysts at Deutsche Bank raised their price target on shares of Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (NYSE:CBI) from $51.00 to $61.00 in a report released on Friday.
Management has zero interest in shareholder value.
Just look at the MASSIVE stock-based compensation expense reported vs. the trivial dividend payout.
CBI is a disgrace....STOCK GETS CRUSHED!
Every little spike will get dumped huge.
CLDN is getting liquidated.
Headed for a new post pump & dump closing low followed by more massive selling next week.
CLDN management? AWOL!
CLDN is classic penny stock junk that was only created to provide wealth to insiders. It will nevere sell anything.
Stock will be worthless a year from now.