I guess it is officially time to NUKE this Yahoo account and call it a day.
If you have a corporation that does NOT have to pay income taxes on the next 50 to 100 million in income, then that corporation is worth a lot of money. Another company deciding to buy into it, merge, or invest in it will value it more if the corporation can save tens of millions of dollars in by not having to pay taxes in the future.
I don't really care anymore. If you think Prescott Capital's end-game means that they will take a loss on their 4.5 million dollar investment from 2009 (2.4 million shares...average cost $1.90 per share), then please sell your shares so I don't have to read about it anymore.
I have given the road map for 27 months. Never wrong about a single material issue. I guess you can say I misread the asset sale amount, when I didn't deduct the 3 million CW cure amount, but that didn't effect any decision on whether anyone would buy, and that was during an exciting hectic time, and the wording was quite ambiguous.
Other than that I knocked it out of the park all day, every day for 27 months. No big deal, as only 2 or 3 people out of 7 billion in the world are up six figures on their investment in KIDEQ/FOUR in the last decade. Everyone else is down big or took major life changing losses.
It wouldn't even matter at this point if I missed something and was off a bit, as the margin of safety is so monstrous that even if nothing goes right I still win big even if I started at this 60 cent level. I think the cure might be to NOT even browse here again, as it is basically groundhog day.
I will cash in my chips when Prescott cashes in theirs. I expect them to make a profit on their 4.5 million investment, plus tons of time and effort spent. They will want to be compensated for the turmoil they went through, as well. The only way shareholders get less than $3.50 or so when the dust settles is if
Prescott is involved in a takeover where they can low ball at $2 or so.
Deek, I think you need a psychiatrist. you have been pumping this stock for 3 years saying $1.50 was right around the corner for the last year and half. Higs presents a sound, logical argument for a $4.5 share recovery in the lehman claim and you go off saying 15 million? Your logic getting 15 million isnt based on anything but your reasoning..which sad to say has been unimpressive.
Deek, I'd call it "cute" how you start a new topic when you get served, hoping nobody else will see your embarrassment, but it's gone on so long..
"I have given the road map for 27 months. Never wrong about a single material issue. "
hahah.. ok. Anyway.. you still don't have the faintest idea what the road map is from here.. time to go Chernobyl, I guess. the best part about all your WB quotes is they say nothing about when and how to exit, and I'm sure you'll botch that too.