...please note that you are referring to "strrata333", not "strata333"..."strrata333" is a short impersonating me who was upset over an honest, but factual, in-your-face post I made, and is simply trying to "get revenge" by posting asinine posts with the similar ID....rave on, if you must, willwolfen...you will hear no whining from me...there is no need to
But the question remains... do you post in other boards? If so, I won't ask you if you use the same handle.
Sorry, I just forgot to respond. No, I don't. Komprehensive koverage of KKD keeps me kwite busy.
I, of course, research and invest in other stocks, but none to the depth or % of portfolio (about 8%) as KKD.
Given that my interest in posting in breadth and depth is mainly to build a "portfolio" of before-the-fact research for future klients or employers. Posting on other boards would merely be a distraktion.
I am, however, konsidering building a pay-for-view research website and I'll let you know if and when that happens (at least a year off). The fee will probably be a kouple of bucks a month, but I haven't really thought it out other than there seems to be some demand for good independent research.
LOL- Yeah man, you're right about the wave thing, I guess. But I'm right about not buying the puts, yet... and that's what counts at the bottom of the capital gains/losses column. I believe you're down on your March/April puts aren't you? But yes, that could change. Good luck. I'm still on the side with my "dry powder", waiting to pull the trigger. Good chance I'll let the board know when I do.
He's one of the most arrogant, ignorant CFOs I have ever spoken with. When you discuss important, specific issues with him, he is often unfamiliar with the impact on the company. (eg. employee stock options) When I discussed the tax and cash flow impacts of stock options, he seemed almost unaware of the magnitude of this item on last year's cash flow. He asked me, "Where are you looking on the 10-Q?" so that he could familiarize himself with the numbers. Almost any decent CFO would KNOW those numbers and would only refer me to the 10-Q for my benefit, rather than his own. His tone was so dirisive and so defensive. I was astounded. Don't take my word for it: call him yourself. And while I ovbiously have a short position in this stock (just placed about a month ago), I encourage longs to call the CFO. I am mostly long in my portfolio and I can't stand bashers of stocks or crazy hypsters, but I also have appreciated in the past any reasonable comments/heads-up by short sellers. If any one has a different view of the CFO, feel free to post your thoughts.
i enjoy his posts too, but one thing i've gotta say is that using a 'k' to spell all words starting with a hard 'c' sound has turned into a distraction.
ocay, I'll stop