You should try to read... Jefferies said 1 Year ago, that SONS could double or even triple over the next Years... Now Mr. Jefferies taking several triple Steps leaving thru the Back Door....
Sonus Networks shares can double or triple, says Jefferies
Jefferies says it continues to believe shares of Sonus Networks can double or even triple over the next several years. The firm says the company's CEO was "very bullish" in recent meetings with investors. Jefferies believes Sonus will implement a reverse stock split, which it thinks would be a positive catalyst for shares. It has a Buy rating on Sonus with a $5 ($25 Reverse Stock Split) price target.
Thats why i do my own DD....
Updated March 19, 2015 3:37 p.m. ET
Rules set standards for wells, disposal of wastewater
WASHINGTON—The Obama administration on Friday is expected to issue long-awaited regulations setting new standards for hydraulic fracturing in the oil and natural-gas industries, people familiar with the matter said.
Could be a big Boost to Coal Stocks.....
Idiot. Coal Downturn is/was real for all Coal Companies... ANR has make it thru challenging Market and will survive and Share Price will rise to 3-5$, when Coal Prices beginn to rise end of 2015....
ANR owns 6M Shares of RICE, currently trading at 19.62. Thats means only the Stake in RICE is worth more than half of ANR Market Cap!!!
Now with the new Nat Gas JV with EDF, only ANR Nat Gas Assets have much more value than the Total Market Cap of 203M....
Adding Cash over $1B and total Liquidity over $2B and with a Debt Maturity Profile that give ANR enough time to navigate to this challenging Market, my View is, that if you Patience over 1-2 Years, ANR can make it 5-10 Times from here.....
Sold Today for 0.50 at Open . 3.700$ Gain in 6 Days is enough for a small Retail Investor like me. Next Trade. Bought ANR at 0.92. GL to all.
You dont know nothing.... Who needs a Actioncam? Someone who`s go:
Climbing,Parachute jump, Rafting, Sailing, Surfing, Mountain Biking, Enduro, Driving a fast Car...etc..
Now, only People that have Money do this kind of Sport. And what People wantswith this Kind of Activity :
Not an Actioncam, they want a GoPro.....
Easy Money from here, if you have some Month of Patience.....
All the talk about Low priced Competition is cheap, because:
1. You can buy a bunch of cheap Smartphones, but what Everyone wants:
2. You can drive cheap Mazda, Kia, Renaut, but what Everyone wants:
Audi, Mercedes-Benz, BMW
3. You can wear cheap Clothes, but what Everyone wants to wear:
Hugo Boos, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren
etc..... and so with GoPro.... Everyone wants one in Germany....
There is no real Competition for GPRO....
Murray Energy to acquire controlling interest in Foresight Energy
Published: Mar 16, 2015 9:02 a.m. ET
Appalachian coal miner Murray Energy Corp. will acquire a controlling interest in Foresight Energy, which mines in the Illinois basin, creating a new sprawling, major American coal company at a time of turmoil for the industry.
Murray, which was founded and is run by 75-year-old Robert Murray, will pay $1.4 billion for an “approximately” 50% stake in Foresight, the companies said in a statement Sunday night. Murray, which already has roughly $1.9 billion in debt, said it would finance the purchase with new debt, including a new $1.6 billion term loan facility and approximately $860 million in second-lien senior secured notes.
Look at this. If they right, Coal is dead Money at least 2016:
BofA/Merrill Lynch downgraded Peabody Energy (NYSE: BTU) from Neutral to Underperform with a price target of $5.00 (from $7.00) on a weaker coal outlook.
The firm's commodiites team cut their thermal coal outlook 12% to $57/t in 2015E, with a 28% drop to $52/t in 2016E, and met coke falls 12% in 2015E to $110/t and 18% in 2016E to $115/t. They cite poor China fundamentals, reflected in high inventory levels at ports and lower recent thermal imports.
The firm cut FY 2015 EPS from ($0.90) to ($1.40), FY 2016 EPS from (0.05) to ($0.90) and FY 2017 EPS was set at ($0.10).
Whitehaven Coal received a $1.4 billion lifeline in a depressed market, securing refinancing from a syndicate of Australian and international banks at a lower rate than its existing debt.
Whitehaven said new facility’s $1.2 billion drawable line of credit is for general corporate purposes and matures in July 2019....
Whitehaven Coal chief executive Paul Flynn says the major Australian banks' backing of the coal miner's much-needed $1.4 billion refinancing deal is a blow to campaigners propagating "that coal is the thing of the past".
The new covenant-lite facility, revealed on Thursday, delivers the coal miner breathing room amid heavily depressed coal prices, allowing it to de-leverage at a low point in the cycle.
ANZ, NAB, Westpac and the Bank of Tokyo underwrote the $1.4 billion facility, which matures in July 2019, in equal part. Commonwealth Bank will buy in when the debt is syndicated. The big four banks were also in Whitehaven's previous $1.2 billion facility.
Mr Flynn said the deal was "transformative" for Whitehaven, and "a very strong endorsement of the company and our industry".
"For those who think the coal industry is part of the past, they may need to rethink their views, because that is certainly not the view of those who have just funded the deal," Mr Flynn said.
"To have all the major banks represented in our syndicate and for them to sign up again, on even better terms than what we had before, obviously their belief in our business and our industry is very strong."
March 9, 2015
Marcus & Millichap, a commercial real estate investment services firm, on Monday announced the sale of the 130,000-square-foot Alpha Natural Resources corporate headquarters in Bristol. According to the company, the building sold for $28 million – about $215 per square foot — to an undisclosed international firm that closed the all-cash deal in 21 days.
Cash per Share:
Numbers from Finviz and Morningstar.
So, why the Hell ANR is valued the Same as ACI, while ANR has nearly twice in Sales, nearly half the Debt as ACI, slightly more Cash than ACI.
And why is BTU valued 7 Times higher than ANR?
This is why i am invested in ANR. So much Value at these low Prices, can`t be ignore long term.
1....In Q4, we enjoyed strong sales in the wearable camera market led by GoPro and its successful HERO4 Silver and UltraHD HERO4 BLACK models.....
2.....Our Q4 2015 revenue of $64.7 million represents an increase of 61.9% over the $40 million of revenue in the same period in the prior year. Camera market revenue is estimated to be 95% of Q4 revenue compared to 90% in the same period in the prior year. The wearable market, led by GoPro cameras, demonstrated strong year-over-year growth but declined sequentially as expected. The revenues associated with the successful launch of three new camera models from GoPro in the previous quarter continued into our fourth quarter underpinning the overall strong camera there.....
3....Actually in Q4, we felt strength across all our markets. As we said in the script, the camera markets for our wearable cameras like GoPro was strong throughout the quarter. .....
Sounds BULLISH for GPRO....
These are big Moves....
1. Glencore to slash 2015 Australian coal exports by 15m tonnes
Commodities giant Glencore will reduce its coal exports from Australia by 15 million tonnes in 2015, in line with declining customer demand, it has announced.
2. UPDATE 1-Rio Tinto energy chief's job cut may signal coal exit
* Mining firms aim for simplification rather than growth
* Rio's coal division worth at least $3.6 billion-Jefferies
In its latest effort to slash costs as commodity prices fall, Rio Tinto is letting go its energy chief and rolling its coal and uranium businesses into two other units, a move that could signal its intention to divest its coal assets.
The world's second-largest mining company said on Friday it will fold its coal mines in Australia into the copper division while its smaller uranium business will be added to the diamonds and minerals group, leaving the company with four product groups, including iron ore and aluminium.
"Four or five years ago, when everyone's focus was on expansion, it would have been unthinkable for Rio to get rid of its coal division but now that the focus is on margins rather than size, this could be a good move,"