She is one powerful and highly intelligent woman who is hated by the rest of us.
One tweet from her is equal to a million from the rest of us.
We are headed for negative interest rates and uncontrollable deflation unless:
1. Minimum wage is increased to $15 nationwide immediately.
2. At least $1 trillion infrastructure refurbishing is passed immediately.
(Travel the rest of the world and YOU will see the comparative DISASTER USA infrastructure has become. Nightmare roads and bridges, airports falling apart, schools with leaky roofs and mortar falling apart, and plenty more garbage dump looking USA).
What is it about PRGO that makes it worth $15 billion say nothing of $27 billion?
Statistics indicate 80% of all upgrades are wrong.
Statistics indicate 80% of all downgrades are wrong.
Thus you may be right.
Logic says you downgrade if you want to buy and upgrade when you want to sell. I guess it would be nonsensical to do otherwise.
No. $16 is support. Already broke down through $30.
Too much debt.
No catalysts to support the stock. More catalysts for downside than up.
Goldman Sachs targeting $20 oil price which eliminates new offshore drilling and reduced /shut down of marginal offshore rigs, particularly deep water.
Ben Graham: 'Price is what you pay; value is what you get."
"In the short term the stock market is a voting machine." (popularity)
"In the long term the stock market is a value machine. (fundamentals)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
TE bought for more than 24% premium, acquired by Canadian utility Emera, Incorporated.
Finished. Suda habis. Done. Over. Complete. TE now massively overpriced.
Second question: Who are the analysts?
Maybe they are working for the shorts by always putting up ridiculous estimates so CALM will miss?
Maybe analysts count the chickens before they hatched and count the hens before they hatched?
Maybe they are investors who buy both puts and calls as hedges against each other creating a winning collar? This could be used as an advantage to longs because it increases the price of calls.
Many times shorts also buy calls as a hedge against their short position except on CALM that is a very expensive hedge leaving an opportunity for longs on high call premiums.
No matter who the analysts are, they are almost never correct.
As to your last question, since analysts seem to be using creative accounting, investors are better served computing the estimates themselves.
CALM is an excellent case for understanding why it is that upgrades are 80% wrong and downgrades are 80% wrong.