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  • boamylane boamylane Sep 18, 2013 12:42 PM Flag

    Why is Alex still here?

    That's what I want to know...somebody make an argument why he should stay. Simply because of amount of shares he owns? I mean #$%$?

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    • Complicated question. From a stock performance view, he should have been shown the door by now. He won't voluntarily resign. From what I know, Greek have a lot of pride and ego. He so badly wants to show the whole world that he captained the sinking ship that he built, averted the iceburg and found the pot of gold in that island paradise. He so so badly wants to say "in your face!' to all his doubters. So, unless the board grows some spherical ones and ousts him, you got to learn to deal with him if you wish to continue following this company. It will be good for the company's image if he goes but the turnaround plan is already in motion and moving forward with or without him. So in that sense, it's not a big deal for me since I am not here for a couple of pennies but more like a million bucks in a year or two...

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      • "So in that sense, it's not a big deal for me since I am not here for a couple of pennies but more like a million bucks in a year or two..."

        Sounds to me like you have a little Greek in you, too.

        I wish you all the luck in the world Beta(apolis) on that dream, but something tells me it ain't gonna happen. The damage has already been done. VELT will need to get back to 5 bucks before institutions will even consider taking this company serious again. Right now the only ones interested in VELT are us.. the retail investor.
        Good luck.

 
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