arthurogutzmann, let's be very clear about this. If it can be proven in a court of law that certain individuals have been running illegal corporate scams for the last 25 years or so, justice will be done. Let's repeat that, shall we? JUSTICE WILL BE DONE. If you have no interest in the laws of the United States, especially when it involves personal damages to thousands, if not millions of Individual Citizens, then you are no better than any other #$%$ corporate fraud.
What do you have to say to that? AJMHO WFYA
From FORM 10-Q
Filed 11/09/12 for the Period Ending 09/30/12
Excerpt from Page 44
Item 5. Other Information.
In October 2012, the Rights Agreement, dated October 30, 2002, we entered into with Computershare Trust Company, Inc., as amended, expired pursuant to its terms. On November 5, 2012, we filed a certificate of elimination with the Secretary of State of the State of Delaware with regard to the related Series A Junior Participating Preferred Stock. This certificate of elimination, which was effective upon filing, eliminated from our Fifth Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation, as amended, all matters set forth in the Certificate of Designations with respect to the Series A Junior Participating Preferred Stock. No shares of the Series A Junior Participating Preferred Stock were issued or outstanding at the time of the filing of the certificate of elimination.
Therefore, as of 09/30/2012 "No shares of the Series A Junior Participating Preferred Stock were issued or outstanding at the time of the filing of the certificate of elimination"
For the Quarter Ending 12/31/2012 I would also expect that no shares of the Series A Junior Participating Preferred Stock were issued.
Therefore, at the start of 2013 (after the end of 2012)
IMO, de-registering the Series A Junior Participating Preferred Stock can only be viewed as a positive since these shares carry dividends and dividend yield compared to common stock that ARNA need not worry about any more.
All is good IMO
All Einhorn got was an injunction blocking the vote. This is going to cause more uncertainty. Stock will be down Monday, not up.
This is not a direct answer to your question, however I recommend you read this post on RBN Energy's blog. They are a consulting company and they run an annual day and a half "energy school" about oil, gas and NGLs particularly the way they are interrelated. So their blog covers those kinds of topics and it is some of the best writing I've seen anywhere on this area. This article on commercial hedgers is a bit of a tough read, but well worth the effort IMO. I learned a lot from it. And while it's not the same as someone telling you their hedging strategy, I think that it's food for thought if you're putting together your own. Here is the info.
What’s the Open Interest Kenneth? NYMEX Natural Gas Hedger Sentiment
published by Sandy Fielden on Tue, 01/15/2013 - 18:34
Gas prices spike across California
It's still February, but California gas prices are springing forward.
The average price of gasoline in the region saw one of the largest one-month leaps since 2000, the Automobile Club of Southern California said Friday. Statewide, the average price of regular gasoline was $4.22, up 12 cents from last week.
Gas prices have spiked between 57 and 59 cents over the past 30 days. The region's largest increase was 70 cents between May and June 2008.
Auto Club officials said the surge can't be attributed to a single factor, but refineries were expected to undergo a heavy maintenance schedule, and large amounts of money have been plowed into contracts speculating that the price of gas and oil will go up.
Californians, however, are used to seeing a hefty price at the pump and might be resigned to paying $4 or more for a gallon of gas.
"We've done this before," said Auto Club spokeswoman Marie Montgomery. "It's definitely not good for consumers."
Last year, for instance, Californians were paying more than $4 a gallon, but there was a slower rise in prices.
Prices in Southern California now nearly match the highest cost for a gallon in the nation, which can be found on Maui. The average price of regular gasoline in the Los Angeles area was $4.316 per gallon Friday; the price in Wailuku, Hawaii, was $4.399.
The price in Los Angeles is 11.3 cents more than last week and 57 cents higher than last month. In San Diego, the average price is $4.285, which is an increase of 10.2 cents from last week and 58 cents from last month.
In San Francisco, the price is $4.22. A week ago, it was $4.08. That price has gone up 56 cents from a month ago.
Montgomery said she bought gas Thursday, and even after a discount, she paid $4.08 per gallon.
"And I should be happy with that?" she said, laughing. "It's frustrating."
They just installed a shaft to mill 13 million tons of scrap Palladium. Did anyone hear Struble, we almost had a heat attack and then burst out laughing. They have to get down into the Offset to FIND OUT what it has "laterally". Uh, it is a little late for that. The guy in Canada frreaked out. They just dug a shaft to go look aorund and see if there is any high grade Palladium.
Look, the rumor flying around is that the guys had to work double time to get the 160k this year. This year will be less than 160k and likely less than 150k.
Hate to say and hate to see it. But PAL is heading to penny stock land. The new CFO is daydreaming when he said that people have approached PAL. Yeah, they want to see if you will sell for 100 million.
Yhoo profile is 100% incorrect on this stock.
this company is in the LED lighting business and the mkt cap is 42 million
Revolution Lighting Technologies Inc., formerly Nexxus Lighting, Inc., designs, manufacture, market and sells commercial grade, light emitting diode (LED) replacement light bulbs and LED-based signage, channel letter and contour lighting products. It operates in two segments: LED replacement lamps and LED signage and lighting strips. The Company sells these products under the Array Lighting and Lumificient brands names. The Company generates revenue by selling products for uses in the commercial, hospitality, institutional, retail and sign markets. It markets and distributes products globally through multiple networks of independent sales representatives and distributors, as well as through energy savings companies and national accounts. The Company markets and sells its LED products through its Array Lighting division and through its subsidiary, Lumificient Corporation. In December 2012, the Company acquired Seesmart Technologies, Inc. "
right - how bout this if it does not do you u subscribe - u'll stop posting on this board until 2014? deal?
Corporations can't be any more stupid than the 51% of frickin low life idiots that elected Obasturd!
we will still see the market pass recent highs. Russell only needs to go up 1.7% for new high. Sequester is a non event at $85 billion. Could see Russell hit 1000 this year, that is only up 10% from what it is now.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Soon's you say "potty" then Lyle's mind races to the dark side.
Cure will be mucho complicado.