to Glacier NP boonlean. Repeating your strange agenda and posting false remarks only reinforces how poorly you sound and eliminates any credibility you may think you have.
or any orders until management demonstrates that they believe in THEIR SKILLS and can drive the companies earnings BY BUYING SHARE ON THE OPEN MARKET and not just selling off their freebie giveaway shares for doing NOTHING. They need the guberment to bail them out always but need to build their base and broaden their offerings and MAKE MONEY not wait for the guberment to stroll in throwing money to them - G.W. and is crazed partner Cheney are OUT and defanged (yes FOX NEWS THREW THEM UNDER THE BUS AS WELL FINALLY and YES FOX IS OWNED BY R.M. and YES HE OWNS THE WSJ). And YES I AM AN INDEPENDENT..........try it. Boolean
My broker reports 200 shares traded, down .41!
Market orders, buy or sell, have often gotten horrible executions in this very thin stock.
According to Yahoo, you replied to my July 10th posting in which I, mistakenly, mentioned a 13D report, when I meant 13G.
2nd, how did you get in this discussion. My comment was to the idiot Bool, unless you are now saying you have more than one handle and you are actually the idiot Bool. But I will admit, the idiots at yahoo that changed the board design really even out idiot the Bool
Boonlean posts on several other boards and always proclaims he is right. Unfortunately he is more often than not, proven wrong. The insiders of CVU own 1.81 million shares which is over 20% of the shares outstanding and yet he whines that they should buy more on the open market. He has no clue that board members are compensated with stock options, and that if the shares do not appreciate from the market price that they are issued, the board member does not produce equity from being on the board of directors. They have the same incentive as all investors of their company, but this is a concept very foreign to a self proclaimed expert on everything. The only saving grace is that the self proclaimed expert has finally given up his warped political agenda.
Your inability or unwillingness to engage in civil discourse must make you a joy to your, no doubt, dwindling circle of acquaintances.
1. I realized shortly after posting that I said D rather than G, but I did not consider it worth correcting.
2. CVU's well-known problems have resulted a change in management and the "bagging" of large holders as the stock underperforms.
3. Of course the fund stockholders work hard to keep informed.
4. My point, which seems too subtle for you, is that Ariel is sharply increasing its position in CVU, when most prudent holders would seek to reduce their positions.
spoken like the dimwit you are. You don't think they talk to management????
and please note they have filed a 13g not a 13 d
You r so friggin' smart, you figure it out
nice empty sophomoric comments again - where do you kids get this stuff. No actually maybe they will get in the face of management now and take a seat on the board or push them in other ways -- this company and management is UNDERPERFORMING and they know it and you know it and I TOLD YOU. OK. Good. Boolean
Gee Bool, you think maybe they'll take to this yahoo board and start whinning like you. Or maybe they'll call them everyday and whine like you "sell this company". Or maybe they'll invite you to their Phila office and ask for your help!!!!!!!!!
I suspect they agree with me and will put pressure on management to MANAGE. They see this company as under performing as I do. I own my own company and I tell you this if I were managing this company I would be deeply embarrassed by my dismal performance. AND I WOULD BUY SHARES ON THE OPEN MARKET especially after the rah rah report I gave to shareholders. Boolean - watching out for the little guy.
Ariel has just filed a 13D, reporting that it now owns 1,424,608 shares of CVU, 16.8 % of the total.
That is an increase of more than 295,000 shares since March 31st.
What does Ariel know that I (we) don't?
again, as noted repeatedly - my shares were purchased at sub five dollar prices and most in the 2's...........sure I should just sell them off and stop my frustration with this poor management but I still feel there is hope and a buyout will come in at higher prices. Looking back the 16 price I always stated was right on and should just have dumped it right there..........I agree with u on that one. Boolean
If you want some other risk longs to play I will supply them to you with the request that you do your own DD as well. I do get frustrated here and feel strongly that management is no doing their fiduciary duty to shareholders but use the company as their own ATM. They need to step up AND BUY SHARES ON THE OPEN MARKET - I requested that of supreme industries/sts and they did that in a big way so now I will see if it pays off as the next quarters should have easy comparisons -- so if our management here feels the stock/company is so robust WHY ARE THEY NOT BUYING SHARES ON THE OPEN MARKET. Boolean
the idiot is the only one making money here and the only one nailing the truth.........stop falling in love with stocks nicky and educate yourself and open your mind -- fixating on a single belief is no way to lead your life. Boolean