Perry is out
Walker is out
Jindal is out
Graham is out
Pataki is out
Huckabee is out
Paul is out
Santorum is out
Fiorina is out
Gilmore is out
Cristie is out
Bush is out
Carson is out
That leaves Trump, Rubio, Cruz, and Kasich
These Republicans need to get a life!
Eric Cantor is gone ... John Boehner is gone .... we need to get rid of more Republicans, like Mitch McConell.
That they are tired of do nothing Republicans whose only purpose in life is OBSTRUCT those that are trying to do something good in America. Otherwise, why is Trump so successful?
The GOP "establishment" is in BIG trouble ... and they are BIG losers!
Americans LOVE Hillary Clinton ... the best qualified candidate.
NAV is generally applied to mutual funds, not stocks. Book value is used for stocks.
Because "NAV", or book value is an accounting creation, it has little value in the determination of market price, except for mutual funds.
Net asset value (NAV) is the value of an entity's assets minus the value of its liabilities, often in relation to open-end or mutual funds, since shares of such funds registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission are redeemed at their net asset value. This may also be the same as the book value or the equity value of a business. Net asset value may represent the value of the total equity, or it may be divided by the number of shares outstanding held by investors, thereby representing the net asset value per share.
Sales and EBITA are more meaningful.
Earnings before interest, taxes, and amortization (EBITA) refers to a company's earnings before the deduction of interest, taxes and amortization expenses. It is a financial indicator used widely as a measure of efficiency and profitability.
PS: There is a disparity between the price of PGH and a snowblower.
I will NEVER vote for a Republican ,,, no matter how bad the Democrats or Independents are!
What you think or want doesn't matter ... Republicans will LOSE. They don't have a viable candidate to beat Hilliary ... learn to say, "Good Morning Madam President"
LONDON (Reuters) - Oil fell below $33 a barrel on Wednesday after Saudi Arabia ruled out production cuts and an industry report said that U.S. crude stockpiles had hit record levels, underlining the supply glut.
Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said production cuts would not happen, though more countries would join a deal to freeze output. OPEC and non-OPEC producers who support the idea are planning a mid-March meeting, his Venezuelan counterpart said.
"Al-Naimi's remarks punctured an oil-price rally that has lacked substance," said David Hufton of broker PVM. "The market correctly interpreted the presentation as bearish."
Brent crude was down 75 cents at $32.52 a barrel at 1428 GMT (09:38 a.m. EST). U.S. crude fell $1.16 to $30.71. Both dropped more than 5 percent in intra-day trading on Tuesday.
Also pressuring prices, the American Petroleum Institute (API), an industry group, said on Tuesday that crude inventories rose by 7.1 million barrels last week, far exceeding expectations of a 3.4 million barrel rise.
The U.S. government's Energy Information Administration, which said last week that crude stocks hit a record high, releases its supply report at 1530 GMT (10:30 a.m. GMT).
Oil has slid from more than $100 a barrel in mid-2014, pressured by excess supply and a decision by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to abandon its traditional role of cutting production to boost prices.
OPEC and outside producers have stepped up diplomatic activity after prices slumped to their lowest since 2003 last month, with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Venezuela and non-OPEC producer Russia saying on Feb. 16 that they would freeze output.
One stumbling block in attempts to forge a wider agreement is Iran, which is increasing output after the lifting of Western sanctions in January and whose oil minister was quoted on Tuesday as calling the deal "laughable".
And merely not adding more barrels to the market may have little impact on the excess supply,
Another ERRONEOUS Assumption ... I am not a liberal democrat.
We have a moral responsibility to take care of those who can't care for themselves, period!
You are a selfish, greedy Republican.
The people who deserves to be in jail are the wall street people, the drug companies, and the health care instututions. Health care should not have to cost as much as it does in America!
Why do you say "obviously"? That is an erroneous assumption!
Obviously, you don't know ...
You sound like another cockroach on this board, but with a different ID ~
Why are you hiding?
Fighting terrorism is like trying to kill cockroaches ... the scatter and show up whenever THEY want.
Bush was asleep at the wheel on 911. The CIA KNEW about the highjackers but didn't tell the FBI.
Look at the Paris and San Bernadino attacks ... NO WARNING. and Apple is not helping with the iPhone.
INTELLIGENCE and swift action is the only way to kill cockroaches, not with armies!
I would spend the money very differently ~
I also served in Viet Nam, so I appreciate our freedoms!
The problem is Bush made a mistake in going into Iraq, and he didn't get the job done!
How many TRILLIONS did the US spend in the middle east? Semper Fi!
Isn't it time for you enema? That was a long time ago ... why don't you bring up World War II?
Going into Iraq was a BIG MISTAKE ... even Trump, a Republican, says so!
I'd be proud to say I got a b_job in the oval office by a beautiful woman!
You call that a "disgrace"? What's wrong with you?
Yes, W is more of a disgrace!
The war in Viet Nam was TOTALLY different than the BUSH WARS.
BUSH got us there with LIES, LIES, and more LIES
There is NO comparison.