Now we sit back and wait for Yahoo's BOD to make a decision. Shorts are sweating as they make useless post after useless post...
I was interested that no one else noted the low volume on down days, strong volume on up days. It's so elementary.
It seems logical to me that the many big players/would-be takeover partners might be building big positions in YHOO while accumulating slowly enough that they keep the share price affordable for their position-building. Anyone here into Time-and-Sales data or whatever it's called? I'd love to know the details of the block trades and who's bidding on YHOO.
So you think they'll all line up and file out the door happily after a buyout? Interesting. Why?
I think being canned after a buyout or being canned for not supporting a buyout is still being canned.
But since you are in an explaining mood, explain why the members of the Yahoo! BOD prefer to leave following a buyout.
Is that because they get more compensation than if they were ousted in Loeb's coup?
Is it because they will walk proud and tall knowing they've done excellent service to YHOO bagholders... er... shareholders?
Please do explain. I'm always interested in why you think other people are dense. Perhaps you finally have an insight that will make me appreciate you as something other than the global village idiot.
Your "sources" said YHOO would be bought out back in July, according to YOU!
Unfortunately for you, your "sources" took ALL your money! Now you use the public library computers!