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  • skywalker1689 skywalker1689 Mar 3, 2010 12:39 PM Flag

    Market Realizes That Offering Not Dilutive

    They didnot even try to explain why they need two or even more offerings in very short time frame? How do we know there won't be third, forth, 5th offering within months? Because we are waiting for the dividend, so the share price is not falling like a rock. What will happen after ex-dividend date?

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    • Completey in your camp, the management have not kept share owners informed at all, plus the stealth style method of letting the world know.......AFTER HOURS or early in the morning.

      doesn't make much sense as it will be difficult to deploy these new funds soon enough and ap an opportune enough price to keep distributions where they have been.

      Mike Farrel should know better than to treat us shareholders like 'mushrooms' (keep us in the dark and feed us a little sullshyt about how the new shareholder are waiting with baited breath to convert into $21 shares in the futue.

      Does not look like a nice quarter coming up

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      • as I sold some Jan 2011 15 puts for 1.75 a while back so will get those shares next Jan for $15

        And also sold the Jan 2012 $12.50 puts for $2.55 average and plan to get those shares also for $12.50

        Sorry for the longs taking a hit here....it will get worse after the next ex-distribution date. hope I can cover some of my Jan 2012 naked puts for $1.9 on the upcoming temporary pop in the stock............then sell them out again in about 2 months.

 
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