I had spoken to Dan before. I appreciated his passion for what he was doing, but one has to wonder now if he's too deep under the spell of bankers who couldn't care less about shareholders as long as they get paid. Dan's being pitched by the bankers, which can be addictive to the ego since they are putting him on a pedastool, but IMO he should be more focused on getting a deal done with BP that is non-dilutive to shareholders instead of signing off on every bankers pitch that comes his way (four dilutive deals in a years and a half with no BP monetary deals that benefit shareholders begs the question what's going on).
You have to stay put, so far Denner/Sarissa executes highly professional, and now Harvey B. is also on boars, w/o costly proxy fight. Final 1/3 is to get Arias technology into reputable buyer. The speed this has been going is very promising, willing to stay put. Giving it another 3- 6 month. Any other thoughts?
Actually in the Conference Call they said by Quarter End, which is June. End of May, beginning of June, same stuff.
tpatten, those people you have described are EXACTLY the people the manipulators set their sights on with their tactics, such as Monday's and Tuesday's 20% precipitous drop. The plateau at $30 stretching over three trading days lulled people into a false sense of security, some probably overextended themselves anticipating a "certain" rally, and then the bottom fell out of the share price with the result that some of those imprudent traders who overextended themselves will have to sell at a loss.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
"Like you accusing WMB of selling cars at some auction near where you live?"
That wasn't me, it was Corvette. You should speak with him, and try to do it respectfully. You don't have a 130% profit on Flagstar stock.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Yawn ... Hawcreek Still a Non-Payer with excuses.
Sounds kind of like a crummy muzak version of U2's "Until the End of the World".
"Growth Path" are you joking? LL is selling at a loss just to create a revenue and that is the ONLY PATH ahead. can it continue? NO
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Tesla channel partners for the Powerwall
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I understand the registration rights were filed and the selling shareholders were given "the ability to" sell on 3/20/15. However, if you read in that document, that did not release them from rule 10b-5. While I am not a securities attorney, I believe that (especially Zisk) would have put himself in potential legal peril if he had sold in front of the company's offering (fiduciary duty to company before self while still on the board till 4/2/16, and the potential for being in possession inside info he may have had).
From the 3/20/15 Filing- "Because the selling shareholders and any other selling shareholder, broker, dealer or agent may be deemed to be an “underwriter” within the meaning of the Securities Act, the selling shareholders and any other selling shareholder, broker, dealer or agent may be subject to the prospectus delivery requirements of the Securities Act and may be subject to certain statutory liabilities of the Securities Act (including, without limitation, Sections 11, 12 and 17 thereof) and Rule 10b-5 under the Exchange Act."
From Wiki on 10b-5 - "To what extent Rule 10b-5 prohibits insider trading is a matter of some dispute. The SEC has long advocated an "equal access theory" with regard to 10b-5, arguing that anyone who has material, non-public information must either disclose that information or abstain from trading. However, the Supreme Court rejected the strongest version of that theory in Chiarella v. United States, holding a person with NO fiduciary duty to the shareholders had no duty to disclose information before trading on it. "
Call your favorite securities attorney and ask them if these former board members could trade in front of a corporate offering that they were aware was in the works (prospectus already filed in Feb). As always, I am open to being wrong about this.
Bottom line. There were some really high volumes before Zisk stepped up.
Did Mom let you out of the basement again ?
I KNOW YOU KNOW WHAT A LITTLE MAN YOU ARE YOU NEVER WILL CALL LITTLE MAN LIAR. I KNOW YOU KNOW YOU DO NOT OWN AA STOCK
WTI was $43 two months ago, now it's near $60. Iran nuclear deal due on June 30, but hostile actions in the strait of Holtmz have started already. A container ship was seized by Iran, the next will be oil tankers, etc. Russia will sell the most sophisticated air defense systems to Iran and many more truck mounted cruise missiles. By June 30, Iran will be ready to take on all the Persian Gulf oil kingdoms while defend Iseralle air strikes.
Let's wait and see.
I don't disagree, astockjoc. They got a pretty good deal for it was my point. But then maybe they deserved one.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The way she so easily joined with the black militants (criminals) says much.