I think there might have been a negative report released by an analyst or brokerage. Heard something about it on twitter but don't own the stock so I didn't look into it further. Good luck.,
.06 on 1.46? Certainly explains why we are down 5%. Stupid silly market!
First time I check this board in months and look who I see right of the bat. Old familiar name. Hope everything going well. Never hurts to have a great day like today does it.
Your post reads as if it was written by someone who just got told they weren't going to get or were going to lose a printing contract with ATT. Too Funny
Believe plans were for that after the merger took place with BRY.
Are you seriously asking this question or just trying desperately to throw cold water on the announcement?
Wonder if the thumbs down votes are just longs that are blinded by their greed for it to go higher or people that actually disagree and think that would be a bullish sign.
$15, try closer to $20-25 even 30 once growth slows down. Course growth will never slow down. Once everyone has signed up for one account, they will need 2-3 accounts. Every member of the family will need one.
Didn't Kmart have a bunch of value in it's real estate? Didn't they go into bankruptcy, wipe out shareholder value then come out and use that value to buy Sears just a year or two later? Common Stock holders get screwed all the time out of the underlying value in their companies. JCP needs to turn it's retail operations around and make money selling goods or the shareholders will eventually be sol.
The market can be irrational much longer than you might expect. Seems when you think something can't go any higher or any lower it moves another 30-40% some times.
Saw the "hey dude....go long and don't look back" when NFLX traded up around $285-300 the first time. Like I said, the stock will get ahead of itself at some point and undeservingly put in the dog house at some point. Not in the dog housed at a new all time high but is it ahead of itself? Don't think so just yet but....
I am not a hater. I love cars but don't have a single investment in a car company at this point.
The $2.65 Billion investment BMW has made has been in its overall I-Program. The i3 is merely the first of what should be many models we will see come out of that investment. You may recall the i8 BMW has already shown and they have trademarked the i1 - i9 giving you some idea what the i product lines future may hold.
To be dismissive of the i3 because it doesn't compare to the Model S is a bit premature imo. The i3 is a competitor to the Volt, Leaf, Fit and Focus EV's of the world. It's a hint at products to come. Wait for the i5 or the i7 perhaps for some direct comparisons to TSLA's Model S. Or we could wait for an affordable TSLA.
I think Tesla's are great. Have even kicked the idea of buying one around and investing in TSLA stock. Just hasn't been right for me just yet in either case. That being said, you need to be objective about your investments. TSLA has competition coming but plenty growth opportunities at the same time. I can tell you that if the market has taught us anything its that TSLA stock will at some point get ahead of itself, and will probably get overly punished at some point. I am just waiting for some indication that either of those has occurred.