sam-p/e's are meaningless. the low p/e means the market does not expect much growth anytime soon. that is not a positive.
so am I. losing money is no way to run a business. probably at least a few years until stock becomes anything worthwhile. only a buyout can move this baby.
no way. a good friend of mine has money invested with Fisher. he started with him 10m years ago and has less money today than he did then.
and I thought there wasn't a sole around. nice job of plagiarism. amazing how such a great company attracts so little attention on these boards. just the way I like it.
anr and wlt both losing money. wall street hates commodities today and as long as growth all over the world is weak, these stocks will have a tough time on any given day. there might come a time when they will move higher but not yet, apparently.
divine-you are indeed full of wisdom. I like the part about the company's credibility being shot. you are right about that. horrible sector and I have questions whether this company survives longer term.
so what? believe me, he's no better at picking stocks than anyone else.
you are so right. both reuters and forbes always, and I mean always, spin the negative. I can't stand either of them.
schmo is correct. who in their right mind would step in now? remember, there is not a lot of confidence in this company or the ceo right now, not after what has happened in the last year.