yep. i don't think shorty corvette has much say in it, although he will keep trying. one lesson i learned, the message boards are not for making investment decisions!! however, Mike has been spot on and i think we are all learning from him. Not selling one share !!
They already have a relationship with Xerox. They should just put themselves up for sale and see who comes to the party - this should not be a public company. I know that investors at this price today are going to make money eventually, I just feel that after 3 years of going nowhere under this management, it is time to sell the company while there are plenty of interested suitors. Mr. Nakar is getting older so he can secure his retirement and send investors home happy rather than frustrated as they are now.
I would rather pay 28% of $500,000 that pay 40% of $500,000. We really need to cut the spending to many unsustainable social programs.
And if you want to give more of your money to children go ahead I wouldn't stop you.
Republicans slipped a nifty $532 million deficit-funded credit card to the DoD to get around the Republicans’ own spending caps – only to be busted by both a Republican war and budget hawk and a Democrat who wants to return to the way budgets are supposed to be done, pre-sequester days.
Emma Dumain reported how the cluster went down for Roll Call, noting that Republicans have been bragging about their early start to appropriations season, “but consideration of the very first spending bill — considered the least controversial of all 12 annual measures — hit a snag Wednesday night.” Republicans tried to float innocuous reasons for giving up, but Roll Call got the real scoop.
But several senior House aides, including those who work in leadership offices, confirmed to CQ Roll Call that part of the reason for stalling MilCon-VA votes had to do with GOP leaders’ anxiety that members on both sides of the aisle were prepared to adopt an amendment that would strip from the underlying bill the ability to spend money from the Overseas Contingency Operations account.
This was all put an end to by Rep. Chris Van Hollen and Rep. Mick Mulvaney, who used amendments to kill the secret money:
House Republican leaders included that $532 million account to make the spending bill, which is limited due to sequester-level spending caps, more attractive to defense hawks who insist the Pentagon needs more cash to fight terror. But Budget ranking member Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., and Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., teamed up on three related amendments to eliminate the ability to use the money.
Mulvaney was not impressed, objecting that the money wouldn’t be used on war-related matters, noting that there was not enough money under the (Republican) spending caps imposed by sequestration
Van Hollen said in a statement that there was clearly bipartisan objection “to using the Overseas Contingency Operations budget as a slush fund for non-war related projects.”
Plus in Q2 they'll be booking the remaining $5.2 million they got from Leo. It's just a one time thing but it will look good!
the retail suckers let them cover low instead of buying market driving it up as they cover
He is paid to be a professional CEO not a braying jacka##. As a long term MYL shareholder, I am appalled by his behavior. I believe he is damaging the company... not nec. sales, but goodwill and reputation
I agree. Hold now. Buy as much as you can after the bad 1st qrtr earnings are in. 2nd qrtr earnings should be much better.
"E-wave is "not" to be used on individual stocks... let alone pennies."
Which is exactly what those of us skeptical of the use of TA here have been saying for a long time. The stock moves on news, not on TA indicators.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
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