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  • Will Westport Acquire Fuel Systems? [View article]
    Frosty; By the way this is exactly why i have a short recommendation on FSYS. It has a bleak outlook and therefore WPRT won't go after it in the near future.
    Dec 29 12:10 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 2 Technology Shorts To Consider [View article]
    Hello sal, the idc news should impact the turnaround which i was expecting
    Dec 27 03:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Which Dry Bulk Shipping Stocks To Buy On A 'Rebound' In The Iron Ore Demand? [View article]
    Thanks for your valuable comment..
    Dec 26 09:00 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Relief For Annaly Capital [View article]
    Really? How is this article completely inaccurate?
    Dec 26 01:46 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Boeing: Will This Dow Stock Be Able To Sustain Its New Dividend? [View article]
    Thanks sederrj
    Dec 23 12:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Who Says The Production Of The Model X Is Risky For Tesla? [View article]
    @Nicu: the reply I have addressed to teddyg101 was meant for you.

    Thanks
    Dec 23 09:47 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Who Says The Production Of The Model X Is Risky For Tesla? [View article]
    Correction....it is 85 kWh variant and not 80kWh..Thanks Jack.

    And @ Teddy...the estimates that have been given for the Model X production are a product of bearish estimates...the estimates you give are what Tesla plans to achieve. But frankly speaking, it is too early to decide whether Tesla will be able to meet its target for the Model X production. There are a lot of factors at play like the success of Model S next year and the cash it brings to Tesla, the liquidity position of Tesla at end of 2013 and so on. I hope Tesla is able to achieve all its targets.

    Thanks for following.
    Dec 23 09:45 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • For These Mortgage REITs Non-Agency Acquisitions May Be The Best Medicine [View article]
    Does AGNC's current charter allow room for non-Agency securities?
    Dec 22 08:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Armour Residential: Another Exciting mREIT With Low Prepayment Risk [View article]
    Pinkrabbit thankyou for your valuable contributions. Yes, I would not advice you to increase your holdings of ARR considering it is already 13.71% of your portfolio.
    Dec 21 12:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Do We Know If It's The Bottom In The Dry Bulk Industry? [View article]
    Thanks for your comment PM247...I have been covering shipping stocks for a while....I have already covered that aspect

    Here are the links:
    http://seekingalpha.co...

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    Dec 19 12:39 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • How Do We Know If It's The Bottom In The Dry Bulk Industry? [View article]
    Thanks Caymagnate.....I hope that things get better sooner than expected..
    Dec 19 12:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • How Do We Know If It's The Bottom In The Dry Bulk Industry? [View article]
    Thanks for your comment Jan. Well China drives a huge percentage of demand for commodities like iron ore, coal, grains etc which are then transported by dry bulkers. China is the largest consumer of steel in the world. China, alone accounted for 67% of the Capesizes chartered in the last week.

    The answer to your second question lies in the fact that shipping companies are willing to lock up rates so far into future because the industry is currently facing a crisis of overcapacity. Day by day, the problem is becoming more grave and therefore, as the over capacity will increase, the rates will decline. Therefore, it is better to benefit from long-term charters.

    The only risk is that if the industry recovers sooner than expected (that is before the contracts expire), the shipping companies will be unable to benefit from the recovery in the short run

    Thanks
    Dec 19 10:22 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Shale Gas Boom Brings Hope For Nucor [View article]
    Thanks..
    Dec 18 09:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric: Is The New Dividend Yield Sustainable? [View article]
    @ southernsanta: Well, first i thought of placing GECC in my argument but then i felt the article would get too long for the readers to focus.....
    Here it is:

    With fundamentals steady state, I expect the focus to remain on the portfolio. On this front, I am not anticipating any major announcements or even an explicit update to the ENI target. At a high level, however, I expect the management to continue to highlight the strategic “core”, which includes middle market lending, GECAS and EFS. At Real Estate, the wind down of the equity book is well underway, but I think the debt side of the business can also be gradually exited over the medium term. Finally, I do not see any of the consumer franchises as core, which includes PLCC, mortgages, and the global banks. Although the M&A environment may not be conducive to a large exit in the near term, I think the company will look to be opportunistic here, perhaps over the next 12-18 months. The regulatory environment remains stable with no surprises to date under Fed supervision and with the company having fully prepared to be a SIFI. I think the message will be one highlighting the successes to date (portfolio de-risking, regulatory certainty/compliance, initial asset sales), and talking about a detailed review of a “second phase” that will play out over the next 1-2 years.

    Thanks
    Dec 17 11:08 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric: Is The New Dividend Yield Sustainable? [View article]
    William no body would believe me if i wrote a single line "GE will sustain its dividend....You have to prove by facts.

    Thanks
    Dec 17 11:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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