I doubt with 7.1 score the FED will allow them to raise dividents or buyback shares. They are number 6 in the top 10 worst list. Look at Benzinga news here.
All stocks are sold with the action of " hands", no one is using his foot to sell the stocks. So the word " manipulation" seems strange. Otherwise it would have been called " pedipulation" if everyone had used his feet in selling and buying the stocks.
GS issued a convicted buy list. Since then BAC sold with conviction which also means in dictionary: a formal declaration that someone is guilty of a criminal offense, made by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law.
Bottomline the stock fell. That alone proves what a crooked article this is. You only need basic algebra to prove this point. I have read this site many times. All B/S.
Parkinson disease is a disease caused by loss of neurons. If the therapy improves the symptoms in animal brain, there is no difference in human. In fact that is the way to go, first animal and then FDA clearance is obtained to start human trial. Then see what happens. Drugs are always worked out that way, dude.
This company is trading as if it is in bankruptcy right now. UNG has gone up so much since oct 31. NG prices off the roof. If there is a little assuring news from the company about the cushion leak at the well, this stock can also go thru the roof too. Still waiting for the CEO to tell us a Christmas story now.
NG prices climbed so fast so high, now enforcing the hand of the management to say something how it is going to impact the next q and also they need to tell us what is going on in the well with cushion migration. Otherwise investors rolling over their cushions in their bed..
June 21, 2010, Initiated. The stock was at $ 18 and moved to max 22 on 3/2011.
April 7, 2011, Downgraded from Buy to Hold. The stock was 21.97 and went down to 8 dollars in
November 21, 2011. ( Please notice : "HOLD")
April 3, 2013: Upgrade from Hold to Buy. The stock was 15.65 on that day, remained pretty flat
May 10, 2013: Downgrade from Buy to Hold. The stock remained flat and even increased to 16-17 dollars until 2/2014.
Oct 31, 2014: Downgrade from Hold to Sell, The stock was already down from 12 to 6 dollars. target price they have is 3.30 cents meaning the company is basically bankrupt.
I leave the judgement to you. No more words from me again about this company.
I read all this year's edgar releases. What happened now has already been reported in the previous July release. They lost and also said they were going to lose way back in July.
Analysts were predicting natural gas to go down below 3. So make your own calculations. Hold on to your shares. They are trying to steal them away from you.
NG jumped 17% since the analysts released their bad predictions. Hold on to your shares. Go see " bloomberg natural gas news on google". not letting me put the link here.
According to the firm’s CRD, Stifel Nicolaus has been named in at least 75 regulatory events related to possible securities fraud violations. The firm has been the subject of investigations conducted by FINRA, Illinois Securities Department, the Ohio Division of Securities, the Minnesota Department of Commerce, and the Maine Office of Securities (among others).
The firm has also been named in over 35 FINRA arbitration claims filed by investors. These claims involved various investment types and causes of action.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission sued Stifel Nicolaus on August 10, 2011, claiming the firm duped five Wisconsin school districts into buying $200 million in "unsuitable" securities tied to collateralized debt obligations. The investments, which the school districts had purchased in 2006 with $163 million in borrowed funds and $37 million of their own money, were "far more risky" than Stifel Nicolaus advertised to the school districts, the S.E.C. alleged, and the firm hid the risks “through a series of falsehoods and misrepresentations." The school districts' credit ratings were lowered and they lost their investments, which were intended to fund school employees' retirement benefits. Stifel Nicolaus said in a statement that it was “deeply disappointed by the misplaced action” and that it would “vigorously defend” its behavior in the transactions. The S.E.C. said the firm had claimed that the investments were so safe that it would take "15 Enrons" or some other unexpected catastrophe for the investments to fail, but the first increment of securities did badly and credit agencies issued a "negative watch" on part of the portfolio within days of its closing. As of August 4, 2012, the lawsuit is pending.