This Company has debt issues, but I like there duo of oil drilling ships and dry bulkers. A company like this should do good when there is sustained economic growth. I would look to get in under 4.50This is my fav dry bulkerBelow is my mining stock blog http://www.stockhouse.com/Blogs/ViewBlog.aspx?b=2986Good luck all
The Fed policy statement is below (bold face added), not much change
from September as the intermediate term outlook remains unclear and
dependent on incoming growth and inflation data."Economic
growth has slowed over the course of the year, partly reflecting a
cooling of the housing market. Going forward, the economy seems likely
to expand at a moderate pace.Readings on core...
Upgrades & DowngradesComcast "buy" target price raisedAnalysts
at Deutsche Bank Securities maintain their "buy" rating on Comcast
Corporation (CMCSA). The target price has been raised from $40 to $47.In
a research note published yesterday, the analysts mention that the
company is likely to report its 3Q06 phone and data net additions above
the consensus. The analysts expect...
has surpassed its industry as well as the consumer discretionary sector
in terms of ROIC. NKE has sustained a 19% or greater return for each of
the past four years, which is very good.I see a
significant opportunity for Nike to penetrate the women's footwear and
sports apparel markets, as brand sales to this gender represent about
20% of total Nike brand sales.Another...
Express Scripts reported accelerating earnings growth while
generic penetration jumped 200 basis points. This was completely
ignored as the coming changes to the AWP (A national average of list prices charged by wholesalers to pharmacies.) benchmark dominated investors thinking. I think the fears may be a bit too exaggerated."Concerns
regarding pricing continue to weigh on the PBMs following...
Before I go on I'd like to make something clear- I do not consider myself a Fashion Guru or anything of that sort.
One of the only reasons I'm writing this is some of readers go to
universities; Columbia, Dartmouth, Boston, Iowa, UMass, York etc (those
unis I know since I've been in touch with some of them) &
internship and/or full-time recruiting season is almost upon us for
So this morning I'm going through my Gmail & I see a PR about a
stock picking super computer. My first thought was, "great! just what
the world needed, another 'me-too' stock picking model," upon further
research it seems a little interesting. The 'G' in Gstock made me even
wonder, "what?! Google trying to propel it's finance section with
quantitative models?" turns out it's not Google...
As you know- My approach is a bottom-up view with a top-down macro perspective.
It would be prudent to remain in large-cap stocks, as they have been
outperforming. I believe the Materials, Capital Goods, and
Transportation groups should be avoided in this stage of the business
cycle, possibly even shorted.The market is preparing
itself for an economic slowdown. This is evident by...