Whats hilarious is that on volume under 10,000 shares traded it was down already .33 cents. that must mean that all paper for money is swapped out for paper in stocks and the mm's can drop the price to whatever at any time. lol
Looks like it will be a down day. I saw were they had bought back 52 million shares. That comes to $312,000,000 that is a junk of change spent in the past quarter to buy back shares. I wonder how the street sees that. I like it. but then that money can not be counted as towards earnings is my understanding.
Is anybodies understanding any different on how that money is counted. It goes down as an expense? Correct?