NEW YORK — Activist investor Starboard is recommending that Staples improve the makeup of its board to help ensure its approximately $6 billion acquisition of Office Depot pays off. Starboard Value LP, which holds a 4.5 percent ownership stake in the ...
Hey BrettMoron, I wouldn't call 33K shares from $2.50 to $4.90 a sorry investment. So if you think a double in 3 months is a poor investment maybe you're in the wrong business. Oh, and 1500 shares of PCYC, which I've held for over 2 years, seemed to workout as well. Yeah, those Baker Brothers are real idiots as well. Now who's the idiot? I guess all the idiots you know laugh all the way to the bank and go on family vacations wherever they want - not to mention being able to send your kids to any university they can get into. Yeah, I'm really an idiot.
Good luck with your short in IDRA - you're going to need it. Idiot.
I have not spoken to you before, I am sorry to hear your news, I do not know personally know anyone else with your disease but my best friend since age 14 has been battling prostate cancer and leukemia for 4 years, he is 54 years old, at this point he is simply fighting for a little more time here on earth. I understand the fight, stress and hardships. I hope you achieve the results you need in the near future. I just said a prayer for you as well.
"I've served on BoDs intermittently since 1972" ~ skunkzbucket
See the basher trend here?
They like to repeatedly claim to anyone who will listen that they came from highly successful business backgrounds -- rich retired CEOs, board directors, wealthy investors, blah blah blah -- but it defies common sense No one who counted success as part of their life would ever spend so much of their free time on an investment board blathering incessantly about how bad the company is and how those who invest in them are idiots.
THIS is the hard truth they cannot avoid.
It's a simple, self-serving justification to hide a very obvious truth: they're losers through and through.
(And their existence here is the only reason I look at this joke of a board. I'm highly entertained mocking them. Which is why they're so obsessed with me -- they can't ignore the red sting on their fat cheeks.)
I'll buy em anywhere around $7. Soon that "anywhere around' will be long in the rear view!!
German militarism created the modern aerospace energy market. The more unstable world necessitates a change from a peacetime stance to a more militaristic policy. At present, Germany has more money to spend than the defense industry can supply weapons:
“Of course we'll have to shoulder higher spending on defense… In the short-term, i.e. for the coming year, you can't do much with a bigger defense budget because industry simply can't deliver big defense projects that quickly.” – Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble
1936-1968: Hermann Göring, Reichsmarschall and Commander-in-Chief of the Luftwaffe, was placed in charge of the 4-year plan after the crash of an alien spaceship in the Black Forest. Full-scale development of jet aircraft, missiles, rockets and digital computers begins, supported by the Reich Ministry of Economy, the Allgemeine SS, Heinkel, Focke-Wulf, Dornier, Messerschmitt, MTU München, BMW, and Daimler-Benz. After World War 2 German scientists populate the U.S. military-aerospace industry, infusing the U.S. Department of War/Defense with far more advanced technology which it takes credit for.
1968-1989: In 1968/69 the German military-aerospace industry is consolidated to Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm, Daimler-Benz Aerospace, MTU München, Dornier, supported in government by DFVLR. In 1989 all aerospace assets were merged into Deutsche Aerospace AG (DASA). DFVLR was renamed DLR.
1989-2000: In 1999 Deutsche Aerospace AG acquires French and Spanish aerospace companies and changes its names to the European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) N.V.
2000-2014: In 2014 EADS N.V. changes its name to Airbus Group. In October 2014 the Airbus Group files a patent application for a flying disc “UFO” design. The Axel Springer Media Group's N24 News presents "UFOs in the Third Reich," touching on the provenance of weapons technology and a UFO-type craft constructed for the U.S. military, one of which crashed in 1947 at Roswell, New Mexico, USA.
"you really show your lack of knowledge-------never
A turnover of 10,000 shares ....means...... a buyer of 10,000 and an equal seller. I know as some days my order filled in some stocks is the days turnover...basic stuff...you should understand every trade has one of each"
damn, you're dense. first you said 100,000 and then you change it to 10,000. doesn't really matter what the number of shares are, the process is the same. i'll copy and past my response to your earlier post. read it s-l-o-w-e-l-y and maybe your brain will have time to grasp it:
"why not tell the whole truth? it wasn't 100,000 it was 50,000. and while someone sold, someone also bought 50,000 in the same transaction!!! "
He gained 266,594 shares.
I just wish that he had bought some shares on the open market with some of that huge gain he had after those transactions !
Sentiment: Strong Buy