what?! wouldn't it be the company's best interest to counter his remarks or just watch its market cap nose dive and lose credibility among investors? muting yourself doesn't help in this situation.
as a publicly trade company, yes, they must present facts and accurate information. even a slightest deviation in their findings would affect consequences and trading activities. they have clearly manipulated investors.
as publicly trading company, they are obligated to release accurate data and facts. even one word or a number would affect consequences and trading activities.
Sorry to hear that. I lost my dad to lung cancer 8 years ago. He went through a chemo, and initially, the treatment was working, but then due to his age, he lost the battle at end after surviving it for 2 next two years. So, I am all interested in cancer-related news because it can happen to anyone.
i bought it when it was trading at .78 at range. made a small profit and got out. cpst is just one of a few companies that i still follow for my future consideration.
but for those who made profits last two days or so, give yourself a pat on the shoulder. well done and good for you guys. now, buy something nice for your kids, gf, parents, bf, wife or husband. again, your patience paid off.
This company has a lot of potentials, and unfortunately, its stock price hasn't been moving much. At one point I thought this would hit $10 when the oil price hit $150 PB. Anyway, it is a great company in a wrong era.
yeah, i also believe that it will not file BK; however, SD won't move upward for a while. I mean for a very long period (3 or 4 years) until the management cleans the house and investors clean out the whole management. numbers don't lie, and at the moment SD's numbers are not that great.
exactly. should be an option. not sure if you remember or live in area where you have yoshinoya beef bowl. it was a teriyaki fast food chain in southern california and very popular among college students. not sure if it is still around, but we use to go there for late-night supper or after getting drunk... they had two dishes. beef or chicken on steamed rice with teriyaki sauce. chili pepper and japanese pickle on request.
noodle menus are all literally covered with overwhelmed sauce, including the salad.
ok guys, here is something that you can cook at home a delicious noodle.
get a pen and paper and write these ingredients down.
1) you need rice noodle (some are thin and some are flat. you can get either one to your own preference)
2) get some chicken breasts, skinned. Or you can substitute it with beef or shrimp, whichever you like.
3) bell pepper, onion, and some asian vegetable, such as patchoy or chinese cabbage. if you can't, then use broccoli.
4) one garlic, sliced thin
5) soy sauce, pepper
Now, place the rice noodle in a large bowl and cover it with boiling water. that is it. leave it for about 5 minutes or when it is soft, drain it and put aside.
flattened the chicken breast with a rolling pin. if you don't have it, then place baking paper or wrapper on top of the breast and beat it until flattened. then, cut it up thin slices.
If you don't have a wok, then use a large frying pan. medium heat. one table spoon of oil or olive oil (remember olive oil is healthy for you). saute the garlic. don't burn it, and when it crispy, take it out.
now put saute the sliced chicken meat first, and when brown, add the vegetable. remember, if you love veggies then add more than chicken; otherwise, make it 50:50. reduce the heat.
add soy sauce a bit. taste it as you add more soy sauce and pepper, if you like. you don't want to make it too salty.
when you seasoned both the meat and the veggies, add the garlics and the rice noodle. stir them all together and add more soy sauce and pepper if needed...
there you are....believe me. this is probably the easiest recipe, but as you cook it often, you will master it. and this recipe is so simple and easy to prepare.
Seriously, everyone has eaten at least once or twice at an Asian restaurant. If the management even tried to make it 60% Asian, I would try at one of their outlets...