I am not looking at history. I am looking at what this company does, its market potential now, the cost of units, the number of service vehicles, refrigeration trucks, FedEx trucks, airport service and utility vehicles, forklifts in existence in the world, the patents on the technology, etc. Anyone just looking at current on the books profits losses and or present revenues is pretty much an idiot. That's how I see it. It's like asking Edison how much money he is making and taking in one year after inventing the light bulb. Highly irrelevant. General Electric is still alive and well and prospering. Yeah, that kind of big. That's Plug in the future.
actually, I bought Apple at 16. The year after everybody thought they were going belly up. I was impressed by the notebook laptops and the whole "be different" campaign of colors and styles they were doing with desktop apples at the time. Bill Gates or MSFT put in 100 million to save them. I think they had a 2 billion market cap back then.
Um. The stock market. The NASDAQ was down again across the board. People safe harboring their money. Profit taking. People worried about Russia and Putin starting a World War over the weekend. All that market toppy frothy talk by the scared idiots appearing on CNBC.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
do you mean... "We will see." or "We'll see?"
I doubt if a real lawyer would have gotten that one wrong. I do not discount your premise or thesis though. I think Marsh is in serious trouble. His "business update" was nothing if not omissive of many seriously important pertinent facts of the moment. The whole truth, nothing but the truth. The carrot stick big US auto deal thing was highly misleading. Also, not mentioning the dilution and price cut was not covered by a simple safe harbour statement. JMO I was almost a lawyer. Just did not want to argue with idiots for a living. So here I am on message boards in Yahoo. Go figure. Same thing, different venue.
EXEL in worse shape than Plug. Frying pan into the fire. Obviously you are short EXEL and looking for more bagholders. Losing money, 25 percent short on huge float of 200 million shares. Yucch. SHORT the hell out of EXEL!
EXEL is a piece of #$%$. Stay the #$%$ away. Plug is solid and sound compared to that turd. 25 percent short. FALCON is a shortseller looking for bagholders for a EXEL in freefall.
I would think a hydrogen plant in your home splitting water into burnable hydrogen and oxygen would be an inexpensive way to make hydrogen for your car to power fuel cells. Or to power a generator to charge your electric car. I have never understood why we need to buy the hydrogen from a third party. Except that it gives big oil something to sell after the gas and oil is useless #$%$.
Amen brother. Vote the party of Jesus Christ, Democrats. Stop the lying cheating party of evil... republicans. Vote the party of God, the democrats, who like JESUS CHRIST feed the hungry, heal the sick and all for free.
There is no hunting in heaven. "None shall harm or hurt in all my Holy Hill." God the Father from the Bible. Even some of you republicans may have read that book here or there.
WRONG! Since WHEN has the GOP EVER put energy prices down? Republican leadership has always increased gasoline prices. That's a commy thing to blame the other side for what YOU are doing. Republicans putting the price of gasoline down is about as possible as the sun cooling things off in summer. If you want cheap energy and real competition to the douchebags in Texas, VOTE DEMOCRAT and keep on voting.
Yup. Thats how republicans do it. They say we HAVE to go to war against... eeny meeney minie moe... and triple the price of gas at the pump because the texas oil billionaires are funding most republican campaigns. Want real change in this country? Vote out a texas oil billionaire's congressman. #$%$ in Iraq was a bad guy, but the war was in Afghanistan, and it took Barack to get Osama Bin Laden captured and killed.
They are planning on taking this down according to an announcement. What are they thinking? This is one of the most spectacular pictures and spots in the Magic Kingdom. As a shareholder of some 14 years and a park goer for decades... my parents took me to Disneyland as a little boy, and to Disney World BEFORE it opened at the advance model site in 1970, and I have returned to the park many times in the 1980s while in school in Lakeland Florida. BIG MISTAKE to take out the waterfall and landscaping. DISNEY is on the wrong course. Bad. WHAT WOULD WALT DO? Those of you under 50 don't know Walt Disney. The man put the customer, kids, and the experience of the imagination of the visitor FIRST. Not all about money. Chase the money and lose the business. Chase the business, and the money will come. Think like Walt. The Polynesian Village lobby is greater in my image of Disney than Snow White's Castle. Might as well take down Space Mountain or The Haunted House while you are at it. Put up some post card spinner displays where the fireworks used to be. WHAT are they thinking? Whoever made this decision needs to be fired, immediately. Signed, Mickey and Walt.
Like all swimming pools, the waterfall probably needs a touch of cleaning and chlorine now or then. lol Actually back in the 80's when I last frequented the Poly Village, my criticism of the Polynesian was simply too little jungle. I wanted more Hawaiian foliage and less sanitary grass landscaping. Totally surround people with Hawaii from the 1800's and help them escape the Las Vegas resort syndrome that is so prevalent in so many hotels nowadays. Most of all... I don't think Robert Iger is the man for the job in taking Disney creatively forward. I think he is a businessman and a money man. Companies in decline like Walmart are learning the hard way that there is much more to growing a business and maintaining it than running the numbers correctly. Without imagination and governance thinking like Walt Disney had, Disney is cooked. Walt was wholesome, kid loving, family oriented, and most of all imaginative. His imagination was always towards taking the park visitor out of reality and into a fuzzy, youthful place and time. He brought out the kid in all of us.