Tedra DeSue

Deep value, growth, growth at reasonable price, bonds
Tedra DeSue
Deep value, growth, growth at reasonable price, bonds
Contributor since: 2012
Company: TWD Consulting
Points well taken MSCEDAR and StockBot.
Happy you enjoyed reading the article!
@shasta.larry. When I said style, it was not to put it in a positive connotation; just a figure of speech. Thanks for reading!
You are incorrect; your logic is unfounded. I came across this stock years ago; the fact that it was up for FDA approval made me review it now. One of the best things about writing is engaging with your listening community. I thank you for your comment.
The FDA has delayed MannKind's (NASDAQ: MNKD) approval date. I welcome your thoughts on this to incorporate into a follow-up story.
Please note this correction updated in this post: "Trading of MannKind Corp. shares was halted by Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. because the biotechnology company founded by the billionaire inventor Alfred Mann plans to release news, Nasdaq spokesman Wayne Lee said. (http://bloom.bg/1fOTQbj)
Thanks doc tari....no denying that a car priced w/as many features not found on most vehicles and a price range between 60K and 100+K, is indeed luxury. I think its both luxury and high tech...
@TAS, you point out a very important factor - the UAW. I understand that an option for Tesla may be pursuing federal regulations of some type...
This kind of "going off in all directions" is why I think shareholders doubt how serious Ergen is..."Charlie Ergen, chairman of satellite-TV provider Dish Network Corp. (DISH), made a $2 billion bid for radio frequencies from LightSquared Inc., the bankrupt wireless-broadband company owned by Philip Falconeā€™s hedge-fund firm, according to people familiar with the offer."
Good point 'gwynfryn.' and me neither. I think the interface is useless to most others even as an app on their phones; there are many complaints.Thanks for taking the time to comment.
MRK is stated! Thanks kkissinger!
Rating agencies loss credibility, however, I think they are still a tool (just one) that investors can use. This story was not intended for any particular investor; it is a news piece about how an action Merck took for equity investors may affect its debt.
@barrywood, Thank you for reading!
Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next SEVENTY -TWO hours.
By no means do I think that Apple is not a long-term buying opportunity. Instead, I see its stock's present performance falling victim to negative events that are spurring knee jerk reactions by many investors. Considering options is a play to capitalize on the stock's dip. It may not return to $700, but expect it to rally beyond this week's lows by the end of the month. (this was at the end of the article above)
Good point 'gwynfryn'
This method can help you to hedge the risk...http://bit.ly/VHs8op
Thanks for pointing that out 'getloaded'...I was unaware ...it's on my radar screen now.
Yes, that's good if you think Nokia will be at $3 in January...
Good point GFCZ about the upside potential; I thought of this as a short-term play; through the September expiration.
That's a good point mcINVESTOR. I don't know if it will be number one again, but there are many people who would prefer anything other than an Android or Apple phone. That's an advantage for Nokia.
Thanks Mike. That's a great point about how the covered call strategy may back fire if the stock keeps climbing. I'll follow-up.
This online printing company's stock is down almost a whopping 50% after a very disappointing Q2 and less than hopeful guidance for Q3. (ticker now PRSS)
In addition, there will be one independent chairman seat. Thanks for the input.
So was I. It does clearly spell out/disclose that the loans are very expensive. I also understand that it is looking at insurance sales acquisitions.
Good point GSlusher
I know a lot of people who adore their blackberries like you. I read today that droids are more popular than iPhones. I think there is just a core group that's brand loyal to each. I don't think it's over for RIMM; most investors see thru the hype and directly at the bottom line...I hope...
Very good point. I also found it interesting that Transocean (RIG) was drawn into this case. I wanted to note in this story how much of a role it played in the spill compared to Chevron. And, as you point out, there is much to come in the BP/RIG spill by way of the billions of dollars in fines. I will be following this and plan on writing additional stories as this all shakes out.