Actually, I was just telling the board that RMR managed companies are going over to the Nasdaq and thought it was a good move to cut expenses. That is all my post was about. The NYSE is more expensive.
Best wishes with your anger management problems.
If you ACTUALLY knew something, and you don't, you'd provide the board wight the data to back up your words...Its simple to look up.....But of course your a shill, a loser, a wannabe , a nobody.....
The NASDAQ market is FULLY automated...The NYSE humans....( many more errors and ILLIQUIDITY )
fees are WAY higher on the NYSE and you get less.
This is a great move for TA....
The USA economy is moving forward .TA has NO foreign exposure..Either business wise or currency ..
The company is getting the future in place 2017 and beyond for significant eps.....thats why the potential buyer is not going to go away and they can't stop the deal from happening forever.....At the end of the day HPT could care less who pays them their rent......
$20 +++ in two years lol
TA, Five Star, SIR, SNH and HPT are all moving over to the Nasdaq from the NYSE, so not just TA is moving. Sounds like a move to help cut administrative fees. Not quite sure what the NYSE charges to be listed there, but I know it is not cheap.
will go pass $9 soon then trades around mid $9 till earning result. Earning good/bad +/- 10%. jmho
You'd think that with an offer of $14.00; the stock might at least move to around $12.00.
Actually, who you knew something, you'd know that the NASDAQ has become , over time, a better and more liquid/fluent market than the DOW...hands down.........
If you read the whole statement, they are just moving from the NYSE to the Nasdaq. It's probably just a move to save money, as it is fairly expensive to have shares registered to trade on the NYSE.
As usual management is silent. It sure would be helpful if management articulated a short, medium and long term vision for generating shareholder value. instead management continues to make baffling moves which reinforce the self dealing argument. Voluntary Delisting from the NYSE is yet another baffling move. If I were on the Board I would be nervous. Hope ther have strong insurance coverage. As a value investor I have been very long for a number of years.
I agree with the decision of management to decline the offer of $14.....but $21 is a price I can agree on.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
While I do agree with your post, I do take offense to the name calling. I've never posted under another name on this board, even though I have been falsely accused. There are a few posters on the message boards that do follow me, but I can assure you that I am none of them and cannot control their actions.
I still do not think that HPT and management will allow TA to be sold. If there really was an offer at $14 - then why did management not consider the offer? That is the real topic for discussion here.
Believe it or not, I agree with Kaptain_Poo (still calling you a derogatory name) on this one. HPT can't afford to have TA managed any other way to protect their interests of making sure the rents are paid. If TA gets bought, managed, and goes down, HPT goes down with it.
I wonder if there was an offer price or some kind of deal that would make it lucrative to sell, while still guaranteeing the rents.
Either way, this should be fun to trade over the next 2 months while waiting for Q2, which otherwise would have be a snorefest.
Kudos to WSJ who broke the story.
HPT has only 8.8% of the total shares. Other shareholders have the power.
Sentiment: Strong Buy