Surprised they fixed it, most times any significant damage and its declared totalled.
Yes powdy, a link and a quote would be great.
Why not just start with those, and add some credibility?
Actually, coach often has a unique perspective of Tesla's moves and strategies. I just dont feel there's any need for this current discussion on a stock message board.
I think if Tesla can not bring the Gen 3 in at a price well below the BMW 3 Series, its game over for Tesla.
Good point, how long before the union steps things up if YRCW is improving?
Lot of bad blood, it could get very ugly.
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Looking at RCII as a bit of hedge if economy doesnt pickup as quickly as hoped.
... which is a real possibility with Europe and China news.
What fundamentals would those be?
Profit Margin (ttm): -75.20%
Operating Margin (ttm): -71.14%
Return on Assets (ttm): -31.66%
Return on Equity (ttm): -129.77%
EBITDA (ttm)6: -53.24M
Net Income Avl to Common (ttm): -60.25M
Diluted EPS (ttm): -0.82
Book Value Per Share (mrq): 0.45
Operating Cash Flow (ttm): -53.00M
Levered Free Cash Flow (ttm): -14.69M
Is there somewhere I can see a good comparison of ILMN and PACB solutions.
Would like to know more about cost advantages that ILMN might have?
Agree. My concern is that Bedford and the boys are too old to learn new tricks. They'll continue to
lock horns with the pilots despite a contract. Selling short above $5
They've already hired the reorganization guru's, what are they waiting for, even bigger losses?
I just think this company is a short until they correct the management shortcomings
that are becoming ever more evident every day.
I think there's still problems ahead, and I have little faith in Bedford and cronies.
They've already hired consultants for the reorganization. Not sure why they're still burning cash and waiting unless they were hoping for a major spike in oil? Book value is - $47 so there's currently nothing here but a company losing money and almost $2 billion in debt.
Sure, ip it heads up above $100, and stays. Thats kind of unlikely in the next year or so given the current glut, economy, wells taken off line that can be returned to producing in a matter of weeks, Iran given the green light to sell by Obama, etc.