How much of their energy did Jaguara contribute? Brazilian politics makes it difficult to want to invest there.
Thanks. That's a good explanation. I thought the stock price would go up to within 3% of $77.
Usually when there's a buy out offer the price of the shares automatically hits the offer price. This is weird.
The PEG ratio is 0.55 too, which means that its way undervalued at $77. At current price of $70 its a screaming Buy I think.
It's weird. Forward P/E of 11.6. Beat earning estimates soundly. No bad news. This company has a good rep. Volume is average today, and it's dropped 6%? I think the stock is heavily manipulated. It probably will come roaring back after analysts upgrade QIHU after they have digested the earnings report.
Okay brainy. You clearly don't have command of the English language, but you do have a good point that BIDU is very undervalued at this level. You managed to insult over a billion people in the process though.
I have held some shares in VIV for a really long time, probably 13 years. It has paid a great dividend but the share price is less than half of what I paid! I keep thinking its going to do better but it doesn't. Talk about frustrating. If I had held onto a company like ATT I would have done better.
I bought more BIDU today. I have done well when BIDU goes low in buying more shares and selling some when it reaches new highs. It is a growth stock with a very solid business and it will continue to dominate. BABA is also a growth stock, I just happen to think that it still is expensive. BIDU's PEG ratio is around 1.0.
"Backing and filling" means backing up the truck and buying a lot of shares. Its just an expression, a colloquialism really. Kind of like "getting the whole 9 yards". I do think it's a good time to buy shares. QIHU seems popular again. I'm still waiting to profit on it as I did on BIDU. One volatile stock.
Well Bob Satish/Mali/Ramish/neverright et al., I took out what I put into BIDU, and still hold onto double what I invested into it. But let's not quibble here. After all it is a QIHU board, not BIDU. I think it was somewhat destructive for Zacks to write that no news was bad news, when fairly recently QIHU had their earnings report of an 100% increase in revenue. Not bad I would say. Someday I'll make some money on QIHU as well. The valuation metrics are great. PEG at around 0.5, forward P/E in the range of utilities. My average cost is $63. What's yours?