should not have been initiated. In 7 months, there will be 400M on the books in cash if the 79M in available buyback is not used. Management should be using cash to buyback tons of stock at these prices.
Still using this as your blog for your life...pathetic. You act like a guru but you are not - this stock has been dancing between 72-90 for the past 6-8 months. The only real money made on it has been through trading in buying on the dips and selling covered calls. Otherwise this thing has literally done nothing. And you know what? It is not going anywhere no matter how many times you spout off about the cash on hand, the buyback options, or collusion. You can do nothing from your pitiful little blog but post garbage everyday. Your couple hundred shares mean nothing in the grand scheme of things - you are not rich and never will be. Your price targets have all been wrong, have counted chickens before they hatched, and basically you are nothing but a pom-pom wielding cheerleader. Just stop, take a second to look around your parents basement, and realize how deplorable you are...we all know it, but maybe it is time you face reality.
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