Discussion in 'YRC Freight' started by jenny807, Jul 10, 2017.
Ewe are baaaaad, Trip...
Watch it fellas.
Is that a driver with the Electronic log?
Stand in front of him, and demand he show his hours....
That is sir sheep,the master negotiator for the teamsters.He intends to keep his sheeple grazing and won't allow them to be sent out to slaughter by rabid wolves.
He is a baaaad ass.
YRC Worldwide tells lenders to expect sharply higher operating results this year
Ross said extending the due date on the debt would help YRC more than delaying repayment. It “decouples” work to extend or refinance the debt from labor negotiations YRC faces in early 2019 when its current contract with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters expires.
Tri I hace a good friend, retired from Roadway, he has made money in the market and does very well with most investments, he
got in YRC heavy and was caught with the reverse splits, now he has 1 (one) share of YRC and has more than $13000 in
the 1 (one) share.
I'll bet you a fatback sandwich, you can't talk him into getting back in YRC.
Stock is not really up compared to just 4 months ago.
I totally understand that and why he feels that way. However that's letting emotion override an objective look at the stock today. That's the only thing that matters, not what happened in the past. Hard to do of course.
Sure is, air lines are hot now, but I had my butt burned with them before and stay clear of them.
I know guys at Preston that bought Preston stock to but a new Corvette when they retired. In the end, they couldn't buy a model one. LTL stock traditionally is more feelgood than profit
Jimmy, I'll make you a real deal on some PIE stock I am holding.
No thanks! If I wanted ownership in a trucking company, I'd have kept my own 78 Pete.