Out today and missed that low 38's entry...still long with a 41.00 exit point. Maybe before the end of the month.
Lots of small orders stepping down the price. Not a lot of sellers though and earnings are just 2 days away. Can we get an 18.00 tomorrow? JMHO GLTA
Is anyone else, besides me, having issues with Yahoo Portfolio today. Took me 2 hours resetting my password before I could finally get back on. Still won't load my primary portfolio.
Numbers look great, with the footnote that foreign projects were running a little behind because of currency exchange issues. I read that to mean that the business just gets pushed into the next quarter. All in all, great numbers.
And another opportunity to reload at under 13.00. Willing to hold for the rebound. Again, no debt and good current growth with a big upside. Thanks for the 5000 shares today.
And I picked up another 5000 shares this morning under13.00, so there was a silver lining. Now we just wait for the next rally and a year-end profit. Thanks for the opportunity.
One interesting footnote in the cashflow statement...on the stock buyback program, they've spent just under $1mil of the $8mil that they origionally announced. Here's hoping they start again at current prices.
Strong balance sheet with no debt, plus their overseas business is on the upswing. If corporate spending in the US starts to loosen up, we could see a jump in sales over the next 12 months.
Good luck with the ride...and enjoy the weather. Chance of snow here by next weekend. I wonder how much the possible hike in interest rates are having on home builders? It shouldn't...a quarter point increase doesn't affect the home buying mentality of the average person, but with the market being a little nervous anyway, it may be dragging down the homebuilder sector. I'm still a seller at 42.00 and a buyer at 38.00. Have a great weekend.
I was tempted but decided to wait until tomorrow. May read the tea leaves and lower that 42.00 sell to 41.50. GLTA
Starts remain above 1 mil for October and have been above 1 mil for 7 straight months...for the first time since 2007. Gotta look at the positives.
Visited two of the new Hy Vee stores in the Twin Cities this week and both were doing a lot of business. If Hy Vee continues to add stores here it will not be good for Cub and Super Valu.
The key phrase is "fresh" as in the pershible departments like meat and produce. My guess is that this may raise their cost 1-2% in those departments, whomever the supplier is. JMHO
Sold a mid-12's position at 13.90 this morning. Still long and lovin CLFD. For all that unloaded shares after the earnings announcement, thank you. Isn't this a great country!