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Media Arts Group, Inc. (MDA) Message Board

  • bfts99 bfts99 Nov 23, 1999 3:35 PM Flag

    Bailing

    Anyone know who is selling ...54K today, drove it down another 1/4...Ain't it just great !!!

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    • What am I doing in this stock? Losing money like
      the rest of you, I'll wager.

      Oh well...looks
      like some year-end losstaking is shaping up on this
      one. MDA ate my lunch, but AOL saved my bacon. Life
      goes on.

      Be bailing soon...........

    • Regardless of anything........so long as the principals milk MAGI so heavily there is no hope for share price improvement in the marketplace.

    • other than TK's "impresionism". But he is good at
      that. These dushbags have no idea what it takes to gain
      the respect of Wallstreet. MORE FRICKIN MONEY DOWN
      THE DRAIN WITH EXCLAIM. It will be at least TWO
      FRICKIN YEARS BEFORE that piece of shit shows a profit
      and in the mean time at least another 5 million will
      be sucked down the garbage disposal. What a bunch of
      ASSHOLES!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Does anybody, legitimately, see a light at the end of the tunnel?

    • Never before have I seen a stock behave like
      MAGI. Several very successful revenue enhancing events
      during the last couple months, a very strong November
      SEC report, and the stock drifts near its public
      traded low. What's going on??????? I believe the
      marketplace is saying, "So long as the principals are raking
      off so much of the revenue, the game is over".

      • 2 Replies to relaplan
      • I sure have seen it and I'm sure that many others
        have too. Maybe it just might take more then one
        quarter of a turn around to make the stock prices go up.
        Maybe the industry sector needs to show better favor
        before the stock turns around. There could also be
        several other things that might need to happen, or it
        might just happen. FOR THE RECORD, THE STOCK IS SIMPLY
        A GOOD INVESTMENT AT IT'S CURRENT PRICE (AND
        HIGHER) and it will start to reflect it's real value
        sometime.

        Just for a point of information: your constant
        comments "So long as the principals are raking off so much
        of the revenue, the game is over". What the
        principals are paid has NO effect on the reported earnings
        of the company. While I admit it would increase the
        income if they weren�t paid any moneys. I don�t know
        about you, but I prefer to be paid when I work. While
        you would prefer that TK and others not be paid, you
        seem to forget that it is his company and he sets the
        rules. If you weren�t aware of this when you bought the
        stock then you didn�t do the research that you should
        have done. You have no right to complain about there
        pay as it is His company and we are a minority and
        you agreed to abide by his rules when you bought the
        stock. If you did not have faith in the way the company
        was ran then you should not have invested in it. If
        you lost faith in it afterwards then you should have
        sold the stock and left this board alone.

        Sorry
        for the long post. Just tired of hearing it all of
        the time.

        Go MDA
        Earl

      • I have been around the company for a long time
        and I must say they are a dirty outfit. I blame Thom
        as much as the others because he's in charge. I
        can't say what happened at the moment but thom is
        dirty. The good old boy image is fading fast and it's to
        bad our pocket books are too.

 

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