I wouldn't put much faith in any Zacks report. They have done a poor job of predicting in the last couple of years. Their reports are at the bottom for accuracy. Sometimes I feel that they have a cozy relationship with their bigger customers and do their bidding. I thought it was a buying opportunity this morning and bought some shares.
Any organization who would make such public statements would very well lie about their own products too. Their statement that their bulbs begin with 120 lumens per watt maybe false.
And I never saw anything like you have in this message. They slammed Phillips, Osram and Cree. See the denverdude's meesage. It's what I saw and tried to copy and paste here. For some reason it's gone.
About an Australian LED bulb manufacturer who has libel statements on their website about Cree. They state that they don't use cheap Cree LEDs in their product like competitors do and that Cree technology is 3 to 4 years behind the times. Visit ledlightingsa for yourself to see their defamation comments to promote themselves. It's under their LED light bulbs button on their website. Yes, they state that their lights provide 120 lumens per watt, but they are pricey. Cree's goal is to bring the price down so that more can afford them.
Why don't they sell some of these assets rather than spin them off? If these assets can create shareholder value by a spinoff, then surely they can create shareholder value in a sale. And then either reinvest the cash or return it to the stockholders as a special dividend. I'm not getting this spinoff idea yet.
The shorter the wavelength the easier for bugs to detect light. UV is the shortest and warmer colors are longer. A 2700K LED is not likely to attract bugs since very little UV is emitted from them. But higher Kelvin LEDs can attract some insects. It probably depends upon different insects sensitivity to light.
I like spiders. They keep other insects under control. But I don't need them inside. I catch them and return them to the outdoors.
Shorts computers are overheating keeping the price stable at this level. Let's see if they can keep it up. I think that it is critical for them to keep the price under $15.50 or so.
No thanks. I don't buy shell companies based in the Cayman Islands which sell fake products. Not trustworthy and too hard to track the REAL financials. I'll keep my dallors here in the USA.
What's to understand:
The ex-dividend date, also known as the reinvestment date, is an investment term involving the timing of payment of dividends on stocks of corporations, income trusts, and other financial holdings, both publicly and privately held. For sales before this date, the dividend belongs to the new owner; for sales on or after the date, the seller is entitled to the dividend.
So the 47 cent dividend is payable to owners as of yesterday. The new owners of today get nothing but the 47 cent lowered price of the stock from yesterday's closing price.
Down 16 cents from yesterday's closing price. Dividend of 47 cents - 16 cents = up 41 cents If bought yesterday at the close.
Some also equate the price being down slightly today to it rather than the ex-dividend today. Ridiculous reporting.
You mean all 427 bootlegged apps from a specific vendor. Anytime that you get something free from a third party will have something extra with it, guaranteed. Apple can't protect those dumb aces from themselves, but the publicity here may deter others from making such stupid mistakes. People need to protect themselves for their own security.