That is the extrapolating part. Also, they are not in a steady state now, so they certainly cannot continue in one.
I believe they will be somewhere between 15k and 20k by the end of 2015, and possibly growing by as much as 1,000 per week. I would say we are on pace to be in or above this expected range of mine. I also believe that by the end of 2016, the weekly numbers will be up to between 3k and 5k.
Jerks complained and now they get nothing. Why can't people be great fun for the kindness of people like keystone and yourself, who are only helping.
Last year I saw data from a study indicating that moving calls earlier is usually due to good news and moving them later is usually due to bad news, and that the greater the change in scheduling, the more probable the generality becomes. They also found that this is even more-so the case on delaying the release of bad news.
I bought this less than a year ago and am kind of shocked about this move...I was mostly here for the yield. Sadly, I only bought a taste, and not a meal.
some analyst from Barclays predicts disappointing earnings. His brand new report appears to be based upon the disclosures PBF made a few months ago. I am sort of shocked at the selloff, but also believe it was overheating to the top. If it goes below 27, I may start buying again, and possibly quite aggressively.