couple weeks ago CEO said less than 50/50 chance. Mueler thinks the stockholders feel there is more value in staying public than buying out at 2.5B.
If they haven't gotten rid of Michael Clifford, he's the first person they should remove if they want any sense of legitimacy.
So the plan is to expand before trying to get a buyout? How does that make sense? Now they have to find $2.5Billion instead of $2Billion?
I hear now that it may take $2.5 Billion for a buyout. Are some people not selling just to put pressure on the company to make a better offer?
TSRI is one of the best trades you can make in March. This play has a tiny float and is being shorted hard by timsykes and co. Since they are unable to push it lower they are all jockeying for position and a massive squeeze could be coming soon. TSRI could be a monster.