How does Freescale only reap $733 million from the IPO and yet the market cap is 3.6 billion? They must of issued a sload to current management? They issued zero to employees. Maybe Rich's true colors are about to be exposed!
C'mon Rich are you another Michelle gold digger? 733 mil raised yet 3.6 billion mkt cap? No employees issued shares? Where/What is the beef? Town Hall Question?
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employees being issued shares would be a form of a bonus, would it not? Could not the employees buy shares in the open market? Freescale is in debt, we finally got meager pay raises after nothing for 2-3 years. No one was expecting free shares! They are however coming up with an purchase plan for 2012. Not that I care...
I don't know how they are valuing the market cap, or the private stake for that matter.. The offering was small as you said, but from what I read, Blackstone still holds what they held, minus some portion. I mean, it's not like they got rid of the debt, Blackstone is still on the hook. They can still get screwed if the economy doesn't pick up big time (which we know isn't going to happen). I know that sometimes Yahoo shows a market cap that is smaller than what it should be, due to different stock classes (LODE, the Comstock metals company, is like that).
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And actually what I think triggered the short covering in the last couple of days is the restatement of a flat next quarter, or as it was said "marginally sequentially growth". Some thought that FSL will show a severe weakness. But they will have to wait a little.
Yahoo board is behaving strange. It seems to accept only one line....
It is hard to see an exit of this. The interest is just to damn high.
Too bad it can't go bankrupt and restructure the deal with banksters.
That deal was made in the top of the interest rates and is now killing every
bit of chance for FSL to grow.
A brief look at the last quarter (mil $).
Gross margin: 532 (do not take the 484 figure from GAAP tables, as that
contains non-cash depreciation; go for the 532 figure from adjusted gross
So, operating earnings are 108 (GM minus the rest).
But when you take -148 as "other expense", all of it being "interest expense,
net" of -149 mil $. It is simply draining cash out of its systems to the banks.
Doing similar calculations, or looking at the cash flow, everyone can see
that FSL is not even paying the principal of the debt. It is simply on
negative cash flow paying the interest of the debt.
That is interesting. Someone from Yahoo engineering, there is a bug. A new topic can be open only with a single line. But if I make a subsequent reply to my topic, I can paste the remaining content. Sorry about chaotic posts.
at Buy, Strong Buy or Outperform and the stock ends down on the day. Today stock continues to go down. Now down 3%. So we have had a tepid response to the IPO and now the underwriting firms pushing this stock again to no avail. Looks like nobody falling for their crap.
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