Yes, congrats to all investors who saw the INFN story and held on through the Verizon debacle. The story of the PIC never changed in all this time. Now the story makes me smile and my holdings are growing by leaps and bounds. It is nice to be right and very early. I don't plan on selling these holdings anytime soon. For no-bias, disgraced mom, and stinky somebody all your shenanigans are soon forgotten. Investors make money in the long run and traders get wiped out eventually. Learn your lesson well and invest in the good stories and don't try to make a fortune overnight.
An honest article. Don't get very many of those from the short term thinkers of wall street. Mullinberg is holding a bag of #$%$. Maybe the BOD finally figured out the smoke and mirrors accounting is going to come home to roost sooner than expected. Let see cost overruns on 787, Tanker, 737 MAX and 777 X Jim has spend billions moving out of Washington to save millions. The BOD finally got their adding machine out. 20 years too late.
Like they didn't research centers before. No this is another case of Boeing spending billions to save millions. The only thing the comes out of this is more pomp and circumstances to justify gutting Boeing in Seattle. What the hell is the "state of the art research center?" Does it have walls, floor, ceiling, windows, office space???, that ain't state of the art. This is another case of those that have the money to publish the stories continually pat themselves on the back to justify their decisions. And of course the boot lickers (JT) pay lip service to whatever is in their economic interest. 30 Billion must be paid back.
Damn I like the investment strategy of finding a company with a good story and investing in it until the story changes. As long as the story keeps changing for the better my 5 years of investment in INFN are paying off big. I like the INFN story!! I actually think it is still a good buy, but since I now have over 1/2 my IRA in this stock I will not buy anymore. Must stay diversified (ha, ha).