Increased my position 50% today at 1.34. Averaged in at 1.36. I feel like we are going to stay steady around this range because I feel it's the bottom until the next catalyst. Definitely feel like it will be a positive one, given my stake increase.
Christ you are going to make me count the days? You are crazy. Clock start was Dec. 23, 2014. Start counting. Haha.
You have a good weekend. Quite a positive week. Not often you get two stocks go on an absolutely huge rip at the same time. Big money week.
These buys mean nothing. First of all, they are trivial amounts (1,000 and 1500 shares). Neither of these Directors are meeting their minimum shares held requirements so someone has reminded them they need to start buying shares."
That not good if board members have to be reminded. Look at a story that just hit the new wires today. This what I believe should happen. I have nothing against Mary for the mess that the men left her. GM CEO's need to get out like Lee did for Chrysler years ago. Look at how Elon Musk is with the media. How do you see CEO on a business network. The CEO needs to get out and sell the product they are producing
(Time to Make CEO Pay Match Shareholder Performance.)
In practice, it doesn’t turn out that well. Consider Aubrey McClendon, the founder and former chairman and CEO of Chesapeake Energy. Back in 2012, when the company’s stock plunged 24 percent and it reported a loss of $769 million, he earned total compensation of $16.9 million. Richard Fuld, who ran Lehman Brothers straight onto the rocks during the financial crisis of 2008, had made the list of highest-paid U.S. CEOs for eight years running before that. Mary Barra of General Motors earned $16.2 billion last year, in spite of the fact that the automaker had a record number of recalls.
A former chief of staff for Sen. Lamar Alexander has asked a judge to release him from custody and let him live with his parents as he faces federal child pornography charges.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
"Go ahead and count it jeyedolt....I mean, it's been 15 cents total per share. Whoa. Book the cruise."
Don't you understand up 32% isn't 15 cents a share. Mo I will be buying a new with cash
I Hear a lot about low margin TEMs work, and where are the profits going to come from, and how is this all to be monetized. Well, I don't know! But stay tuned to the next CC a week from Monday. Look at what the few analysts that actually cover WYY are estimating , I dunno maybe they all are lemmings too. Current estimates are -$.02 Q2 2015; -$.01 June; current year at +$.01 and 2016 at +$0.14 Of course there not a lot of meat for the analysts to chew on.
The ToTD deals with this, in that, if you are a nervous Nelly that needs the comfort of a cent or two here and there, you may be in the wrong stock. WYY created a revenue engine that will assist in fueling more profitable service products and are inventing/designing the means to deliver those products in a variety of ways. If it is all smoke and mirrors to you, be like Houdini and disappear, this is not the stock for you.
When the servicing constructs are in place and revenue begins to mount, it may surprise the market. Those that are paid to watch the stock say a penny this year and fourteen pennies in earning next year. To me that is quite a jump and I think it will be better, and perhaps sooner ,and the tip of the day states there is a possibility this company attracts some bidders if and when the revenues stream and the earnings begin to show.
So ToTD is "in a consolidating sector it is good to have a strong revenue stream and a new service regimen coming on line." It will attract positive attention that will look to consolidate the disparate TEMS/IT Service & Management/Cyber Security/Identity/ Credentialing bidness to add to their own existing book of business and I hope they can wait tor a much stronger price point to do so.
Since this has been happening in the sector already I feel it is a fait accompli.
This should have been as easy as voting in favor of mom and apple pie.
Nonetheless, in the sharply divided ranks of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s board, the five members split straight down party lines when it came time earlier this week to put forth a new proposal. The issue at hand: helping investors more easily and rapidly compare their returns from a company to the returns that its management team pocket in the form of compensation. In other words, as an investor in a company, do your rewards measure up to those that a CEO is awarded for running that company?
It shouldn’t be all that controversial an idea. The job of every chief executive, and members of his or her management team, is to run the company on behalf of all shareholders, a.k.a. investors.
The next stage of the SEC’s process is to gather comment letters; then the agency’s commissioners will vote again on whether to give the proposal force.
The opposition to this relatively benign proposal is all the more daunting since there are far more significant and far more controversial compensation-related proposals out there, from a measure requiring companies to disclose the pay gap between CEOs and their employees to ones that regulators hope will rein in excessive risk-taking by removing compensation-related incentives to behave foolishly.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Are you that OBTUSE ?
Which doctors support this ... Dr doolittle and dr spock ?
It is a huge joke and anyone that has been following it knows it...
Multijunk does nothing and this company is worthless, other than cash on hand and with their highest in the industry pay raises and salaries... it will be gone soon...
They should be shut down for testing a worthless cell...
considering that the avg baba employee makes 10k and executives avg 80k.
So you got to figure most earn around 10k , which may be a good living in china. So here is 25 years worth of salary to do with what you want. Please continue to show up for your 10k a year salary.
Right, I'm sure everyone will be there bright and early the day after cashing out. Not a chance....
This will be one of the greatest transfers of wealth to 30k Chinese people from dumb American stock holders in a company that is largely based on fraud.
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