is no problem, assuming there is a ready and able
buyer willing to pay the asking price. As far as
shareholders are concerned, worst case is that we own piece of
a more valuable company with more cash,liquidity,
securities,and various other assets, etc. Of course, this
assumes RENT receives a price for "assets" which is
favorable, which I think will happen. Should RENT spin
ComAlliance off as a public company, it is likely
shareholders will be compensated, ie. shares in the new
company, cash, warrants to purchase shares in new company
or some other special consideration. In any case the
breakup value of RENT's various businesses is worth a lot
more than $4.75 a share!
1. Record profits
2. Record revenues
With only 10 mil shares outstanding litigation result
generate mega dollars per share (if
4. Comalliance is a sleeping giant
perched on front door now
This is just the start of some big news.
Hollywood will now be more likely to settle than let this
thing go to court.
Warner deal not too far
New contracts for fulfillment not far
New blood injection new excitement in the
Internet play may soon become a reality.
Get on the
bus before this one hits $8.
I heard that the deal is almost done. The news is
already out there. The bigger news is how well their
fullfilment business is doing which is majorly kicking. I
have been holding all my shares until more people
understand their business model and start buying the stock.
Also, the lawsuit still looks favorable for Hollywood
to settle before it goes to trail.
My stockbroker doesn't know anything about it,
but then he never knows anything anyway! So if Warner
would sign, the people in the know would have already
bought the stock and the price would be higher. So I
don't give it much stock.