Here is an update (Oct 24, 2014) on the numbers for many tech companies:
About the highlighting… Short answer: Red = bad. Green = good.
Long answer: EPS (Earnings per Share) numbers that are too low, I’ve highlighted in red; ones that are high, I’ve highlighted in green. P/E (share Price to Earnings) numbers that are are too high, I’ve highlighted in red; ones that are surprisingly low, I’ve highlighted in green.
(Since the 7-1 split, AAPL’s volume has gone crazy.)
Triumph Bonneville Pegaso
It started as a 2006 Triumph Bonneville. Then the folks at Tamarit Spanish Motorcycles started working on it.
It was a Honda SuperSport. Not any more. (Like the BMW R80RT, the riding position looks painful.)
Confederate x132 Hellcat Speedster
Confederate has a new Hellcat.
You can pre-order yours today. Only $65,000.
I don’t know how many they intend to build. (They are only going to make 32 Fighters. But those cost $100,000.)
Exhaust turning forward seems odd.
Not retro, but so pretty it makes my eyeballs hurt: Ronin 47 This, too, started as a Buell. And, yes, they will make only 47 of them.
2015 Ducati Scrambler
Highly customizable from the factory. (The rear foot-peg looks too close to the exhaust!)
Not retro, just insane: 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2R 300hp… superchargers… on a motorcycle? Yeah, it’s not street-legal.