Bailey and team deserve the full support of the shareholders and should vote yes to allow management the ability to provide stock options beyond this calender year. I have been an investor for over 30 years and this company is hands down the most shareholder friendly company I have ever owned. Every dollar they spend goes to growing shareholder value and stock options are nothing more then another way to retain and motivate the folks who drive our revenue that once again will drive shareholder value.
I implore all on this board to do the right thing and support management!
Long and strong QCOR!
Why ? How many shares has Bailey bought recently ? How many options has he exercised ? How many shares does he hold ? Leave the # of options the Co. controls now alone - don't dilute the value of the shares outstanding now . Let mngmnt./ directors buy shares on the open market like the retail shareholder ( management / directors are well compensated now ) , and NO splits ( even Buffet knows better than splitting stock -shares and diluting the value of the Co. shares ). If you believe the company is valuable now , why would any shareholder want to dilute its value ( by giving away more shares and increasing the float - directly or indirectly ) ? thx.
A forward split helps by distributing out more shares to more investors. So, it is harder for any one group/company out side of qcor to own more percentage of the stock, so they can control what goes on with the company(qcor). They can't come in and take over qcor with out BOD's approval. If you own 51% or more of qcor's stock, you can control what goes on with qcor with out BOD's approval.
How does it stop another company from a hostile takeover?
The company would still have to pay the same amount of money before or after the split, right?
QCOR would still be the same in value, right after the split.
Thanks for helping me out to understand ;-)
Yes I do! It would be good for investors and the company. A lower price attracks more investors. And stops another company from a hostile takeover. I would like to have twice as many shares then I do now when qcor hits $50/sh.