Where do you see that?
Two sources, one of which is the 13F filing with the SEC, show the same as the end of March - just over 8 million shares. No change.
What am I missing?
Yes - page 7 of their Q1 earnings presentation. Did you read that?
(It would be easy to post a link or copy aid of the graph if Yahoo wasn't so user averse...)
(very easy to do on Investor Village - a much better message board for real exchange...)
So much for freedom of expression...
GS comment was the first question of the Q&A. He picked up on Peter's share proce concern suggested Hun call themselves a commodity chemical company because they all had higher multiples.
JPM commented as well, so yours about never blaming themselves was a little harsh given others are wondering as well...
The Goldman Sachs analyst agreed, said similar things, and was somewhat startled at comparative valuations..
Why didn't you reference him?
My take is that the weakness today is China related. Many China stocks down, so this may be sympathetic.
Also saw a mention on Blomberg where iron ore stockpiles are growing.
(BDI seems strong though...)
Check the historical graphs on Blomberg - good place to get a sense of the history of the index vs. it's near term lows.
The dry bulk hulls have recently scraped the bottom of the BDI...
Thanks normey - great thinking - appreciate your product knowledge.
(here's to a longer glide slope for effective applications to emerge...)
Heard a piece yesterday morning while traveling on NPR that explored the problems with salad greens being delivered now, predominitely pre-washed, via plastic bags, and the problems the unused, beyond sell date, and spoiled product bags are causing in landfills. It was especially acute around the salad processing facilities.
Any application for Metabolix here, or does this cross the "crackly" issue regarding the consumer and plastic food bags.
Just thinking out loud...
How did you get away with posting a link? I've tried that here with Yahoo to the point of annoying frustration.
Are they finally allowing some real exchange?...