You would think on a day when it's down 300 pts that this would drop like a rock, NOPE it was up, on huge volume,,,,,,,,, just kidding, on the volume.
spec or not , the numbers have shown you and JSDA have had no chance , but you don't understand the numbers , so keep crossing your fingers and riding it down,, you clearly have no clue... at least you learned how to look up form4s after all these years you claim to be a wall street expert...LMFAO
yea, he is following jones losing model to acquire years of tax write offs ,,, jones has over 60mm and climbing ,, time is running out for jones so load up and book your loses now before it is too late ...
I asked him for a" link" and still have not seen one from him. You provided the information needed.
If these grants were in lieu of cash payment for BOD meeting attendance fine. If they will also receive their attendance fee in cash not a very nice picture, unless Q1 and Q2 come in big time.
Like I've always posted; "This is a Speculative Gamble". You pay your money and you take your chances. If you can't afford to lose you really should not own the stock.
Looks more like compensation in lieu of cash payment for sitting on the board. If all were exercised it would bring in $80,000.00. Then again to forgo the cash at this stage of the came could be a sign that the insiders actually believe the corner has been turned.
Do you also see in that same form it says his holdings are now 50,000 shares? The DEF14A I received says he holds far more shares than that plus addition unexercised options.
Don't know the reason but he is the Chairman of the Board and an attorney who has served as a board member for over 17 years.
Hey Yo Yo:
The reason you can't provide a link to the nonsense you posted is because the Option grant went not to who you posted but to the COB who has been a Director for over 17 years. As one poster said recently the price drop could easily have been made for just that reason. Price manipulation in this stock is not something
strange or unusual.
no, it was oversold at multi-year (decades) low despite the seasonal trade. it shows that these people do not care about shareholders in the least. cue might, but so what. she doesnt seem to have the slightest grasp of how to innovate or market. the stock should have been $5 a share by now if there was any decent strategy in place. management is critical. the product is secondary.
strike price set by recent price per share. i wonder if downdraft was engineered for this and now that options are granted we turn up.