Agreed. As the last generation left who remembers what they did and how much we owe them. Include the Viet Vets also Specialist 5 ..... (Rockie)
Ed LCI looks so strong it might run for a while more. To play it safe...I will add if there is profit taking at the open. If it moves up from the opening bell, I will not buy as the drop could come later. It never hurts to play it safe.
Stock book value/share still above SP The small cap China stocks have been going on extreme runs the past few weeks(ie: see BORN). If it runs it could double in a day.
**Remember the RM China stocks are the dangerous ones. All the China stocks that did prove out as frauds were RM China stocks(none were IPO's like NQ).
Ed Earnings were out Friday before market open. Tey dropped to a few ticks above $30 and throughout the day rebounded to 32.29. LGF had seen an influx of shorts for the past few weeks. Fridays reversal seem to indicate LGF reached oversold area. Buying appeared to come from Institutional Invest. The last few weeks saw LGF released their biggest bomb(Escape Plan) and disappointment 'Ender's Game". both results were expected. In 2 weeks Catching Fire will be released. It should have a large run up into the first 5-10 days of the film release. The Hunger Games , last year also caused a significant run but over a few weeks. LGF is currently oversold and expecting a CF run , has strong RSI and overall tech numbers. Any worry over Catching Fire not being the blockbuster the LGF expects are baseless. I have been surprised how totally accurate the media social sites are. Their estimates of move gate are consistently within 5-10% of the actual numbers. Two of the sites have picked CF is are most anticipated movie od the year, with nothing close...The estimates are as much as 10% higher than Hunger Games. In addition, unlike Hunger Games which was not a blockbuster overseas this year it has been built up and expected to have extremely large numbers overseas especially with China opening doors to selected foreign films( Catching Fire is one). Again LGF has been growing because of their TV success...which has been, like its movies, highly successful....I will add that after the CF release I will sell most of my position as I see no catalyst in the near future. (Feb 2014 to be exact").
Been crashing for a while. Beat today and uped guidance...down 18% on this ER...What am I missing...Super Short stock or what...have to buy and hold for next week.
Will buy back later in day or next week......Still holding NQ and FLTX(back in tiday) FLTX is an Irish stock and had dropped over 40 on Euro MW clone attack....It was up 15% yesterday(sold near end of day). Like NQ I think it will rebound 100%. Tempted to buy more KNDI..it will explode on day..
Still holding your NQ... Read a small blurb..stated MW was always wrong on each IPO'ed China stock(4 times)...The RT China was where he hit.. NQ will rebound to original high.
Nas after hours shows minimal trading and plus .04 cents . Seems traders afe waiting for CC.
I was holding PXLW which met expectations and Nas showed plus .01 Not exactly a meaningful two ER's for me.
Ed You missed this:
"Based on Lannett’s current outlook, the company revised upward its financial guidance for the fiscal 2014 full year as follows:
Net sales in the range of $245 million to $255 million, up approximately 35% from previous guidance of $181 million to $186 million;
Gross margin as a percentage of net sales of approximately 57% to 59%, up 15 percentage points from 43% to 44%;
R&D expense in the range of $27 million to $29 million, up from $24 million to $26 million;
SG&A expense ranging from $35 million to $37 million, up from $28 million to $30 million;
The full year effective tax rate to be in the range of 36% to 38%, up from 34% to 36%;
Weighted average common shares outstanding for fiscal 2014 to be approximately 35.4 million, the increase reflecting the impact of the recently completed public offering of 4.3 million shares; and,
Capital expenditures in fiscal 2014 are expected to be in the range of $28 million to $32 million, unchanged from previous guidance, which includes the purchase and partial fit-out of a new facility."