GM is a dead man walking, no one will buy their cars en mass like they were use to.
GM's mngt should be brought up on some type of murder charge as they knew full well base dupon info that their cars had a problem. Any one of us could have had our wife our children or worse both in the auto and lost them in a second. They so s...ck I will forever da.mmm them and wish they go out of business forever.
I strongly believe that you have a high school degree and 1 year of community college.
You worked for the city as a clerk and hurt yourself on the job pushing a pencil and now collect and decided to try day trading. You do not beliive in holding a stock nor doing any dd just post bs.
Bet I am correct on all counts.
Kevin could you post your resume please and then we can vote as to whose a lot smarter and more succesful.
If you can find the interview with the ceo on Cramer from a few weeks ago he states it, that they have already pre-sold over 80% of their new production.
Good luck and yes ice's post is correct, traders have it now but it is a simple to understand business mine sand, put it in rr cars and ship it.
To add to ice's post, EMES has also increased the number of rr cars they control which is turning out to be a problem for many in the sand industry as there is a shortage of rr cars. So even if a competitor announces a new mine there are no rr cars.
I reiterate the fact that emes was not down 7%, using phony math is not a fact just another way of saying a lie.
I just noticed this post, you really are short emes, if this is true then good luck but do not spread lies just facts.
News is coming, it has been discussed all over this board and even told by the ceo.
They are bringing new mines online and the production is pretty much all sold.
The stock ran early but it is still in an upward trend and my # is still intack that I spoke about last year.
Trading this is for others not me and I collect a nice distribution.
By the way it was down 5.4% yesterday not 7% and that is UP over 325% since my first buy so I will just say buy and hold for traders look at options. This is still a decent entry price but in the $90's was a lot better and that is when I pounce don the options and that was only 3 months ago.
Expected demand for sand exceeding all their expectations and demand growing over 30%
EMES as well as hclp and slca in the sweet spot.
Today's article is different from yesterday's, that was US energy co's in general this is all about sand.
Buy today's WSJ or gonto the library and read it....
Emes closed down $6.79 that's 5%. Not 7 and the volume was higher.
Freddy I do not know what you are trying to say your posts are pretty f'd up. We are in the early innings of a massive growth industry read section c page 1 pf today's wsj yesterday's that was a different article on b1
Why do you say that?
Did you call the seller?
Do you even know anything about the seller?
I will tell you s little the seller is located in England and is a wholesaler not a retailer.
Your a funny guy...
I agree and cksw is a great co but they ar emoving into wearables along with saleforce, so they are going mainstream.
I own some cksw but a lot of vuzi
Energy down across board and ISIS is spooking market.
I see no change to the fundamentals of emes just a change in sentiment to energy.
Let ISIS blow up a few oil wells in middle east and oil will jump $5.00
They need to keep fraccing to keep ahead of the depletion rates so nothing is going away.
From page 57 of the 10-k:
In our opinion, the consolidated financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Iteris, Inc. and subsidiaries as of March 31, 2014 and 2013, and the results of their operations and their cash flows for each of the three years in the period ended March 31, 2014, in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles.
/s/ McGladrey LLP
September 3, 2014
Good article but note facts regarding new wells and the amount of liquids and sand that they use now,
Example" Cabot oil just drilled a new well and used 13.3 million pounds of fraccing sand.
FYI: This is over 3 to 4 times what they use to use years ago. Also remember that they get much more output before the fast depletion sets in so they recover their investment faster so they want to use more sand to increase production. Ceramics are much more costly than sand and just about as effective especially since they started coating the silica.
Lots of wells waiting for sand and they also need rr cars to deliver it so sand will remain tight and priced higher which is why large co's such as Schlumberge are signing long term contracts.
Knows tech and is an entrepreneur and sold his co to inve.
Go to nfctimes, they have lots of info about inve as well as other nfc co's such as otiv, usat spcb etc.
This is only for a small group of patients with a special disease, not for mainstream so these people represent the avg patient.