Thanks for the info.
I'm holding about 5% in a small publically traded company. I may sell those shares next week too - if the price is right,
it seems it likes red all the time.Anybody knows something good about this company to share.They posted a profit but still went down.What the heck is happening here.About to unload my shares.Very frustrating.
Does this FLOATER ever go up? IPO at 17 two decades ago, and now it is trading in the 13's. That is approximately a 25% decline.
During that same period, the broader market has increased 500%.
QED, but doubt that you minions will understand.
He should be fine as he normally shoplifts at the local Pathmark store.
What is happening inside of this company?
At my count they have turned over almost every executive head within the last 3 years? And now the head of the WWE Network, because that's what a Chief Digital Officer is, left after 3 months and it wasn't disclosed until someone asked based on a rumor? The last head of the WWE Network quit the week it launched and that was disguised too....what do these guys know about the WWE Network...
CFO Barrios needs to go already. There is almost no more lie left in him, he's backed off his 3-4million subscribers but keeps holding on to the social media bs without any indication of how that monetizes. The economics of what he traded the PPV for the WWE Network should have the McMahon's digging a ditch somewhere out in CT for him by now because he just traded their sovereign wealth for a bet all for his glory.
Answer: toss management, take a couple qtrs to figure itself out and then lets play ball again, because no one trusts this team anymore
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Vince do some house keeping already! Your company is being driven to the ground in front of you
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That is probably a fair salary for his skill level.
I wonder if my neighbor can still place a phone order with him. He used to use the pay phone down the street to take all of his sales calls.