Hep, you should visit ......I keep thinking of the scene in Boiler Room where the Broker (Giovanni Ribisi) visits the headquarters of a stock they are pushing rofl
I see a corporate office building, most likely shared by multiple firms. The law office most likely paid to have their name on the building, but does not mean they are the only tenant. Take a look at Southeast Power address in Titusville. Idiot!
So now you're saying the company doesn't exist? LOL I still don't know what your angle is. Nobody is dumb enough to short a $1.74 stock. You clearly don't want to be long. But instead of moving on to one of 10,000 other stocks that you might actually make some money on...you remain here. Whenever asked of other stocks you like, you don't respond. I guess you don't own any stocks. My guess is you're an ex-employee with an ax to grind. Only thing that would make sense. Even a pathetic person with zero social life and nothing better to do, would have moved on by now.
Yahoo source is S&P Capital IQ They used to have a report on GV but no longer do. Not sure how that will effect future Yahoo Finance data.
The Nasdaq data is compiled from fund 13F filings which is the most accurate as far as Im concerned. Im working on a spreadsheet to track the changes, as once its outdated on Nasdaq, its no longer available.
On the Nasdaq site, it only shows 1.6 million of Institutional holdings. So it appears that Yahoo is reporting other figures.
We're just talking about Q2. Of course their future is in utility construction. I've stated in the past that they needed to add or replace a Board Member with some Utility background.
I'm just not comfortable making those assumptions. Regardless, it seems GV's future is in the utility construction business and profits pertaining to RE will be very limited. Which makes me wonder why no board members have any substantial utility construction related business experience. This is a real concern going forward. Good luck!
I've actually been tracking the Institutional Top 10 reported on Yahoo for the last four quarters and the total shares held has dropped each quarter. In June '13, the total was 1.81 million shares, and as of the last qtr. it was down to 1.51 million. This was primarily due to one fund (Renaissance Tech.) which has cut it's shareholdings from 590K down to 253K.
Hep, their cost is quite easy to see if you look at the Balance Sheet under Real Estate Inventory. It's the sales (revenue) that is harder to know until they report the quarterly.
I suggest you enroll in an Accounting 101 course.
1. I am long GV, it is short
2. My brain is 27.85% larger
3. Other stuff I have is larger
4. I don't lie on every post (perhaps just on #2 & #3 above?)
5. I actually have money to trade with.
Finally, I don't appreciate it copying my identity and using it to bash GV.
The best source of information is quarterly 13F filings from reporting funds. Nasdaq complies this information. Last filing was for Q1 ending 03-31-2014.
One must compare to the prior quarter which is where it becomes tricky-especially if you don't have the data saved or a hard copy.
An important thing to keep in mind is Boston Avenue Capital holds a whopping 12% but because its over 10% its not defined as an institutional or fund holding, its defined rather as an 'insider' holding.
The 12% is defined as insider as is the CEO's 5%+, so just in those two holders you have 17% of shares outstanding accounted for.
Anyone interested should go to the nasdaq site and look at ownership in lower left sidebar.
I see the same thing he sees on Yahoo under "Insider Transactions" - not really insider transaction, but that is where it shows the info he refers to. Looks like it's comparing March 2014 to Dec 2013, and net increase of nearly 2 million shares. This is good if they continue to sneak in. Stronger hands usually. Will be neat to see if they increase too this quarter. It may signify they are overall investing in the industry and the prospects overall. For a small company like GV, 2 million not insignificant.