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  • gallery_pup gallery_pup May 12, 2011 5:41 PM Flag

    from the CC

    Agree with the cage capital comment, but the markers receivables is growing as well - due to increased business - Question is: When does the "profit" buried in markers receivable begin to be captured as cash earnings.

    An Insider Offering would not benefit AERL - as no money, with the exception of exercised warrants, would flow to AERL - only the Insider sellers. But given the paltry trading volume - the only way Insiders can cash out of millions of shares is to do a fund private placement or public Insider offering.

    Until that happens, the stock overhang is there and the street coverage isn't.

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    • No question that the insider shares with such light volume are a problem. I'm not well versed enough in stock finance to know how this can be addressed, if at all.

      I believe the markers receivable increase is a natural consequence of the greater amount of business they are doing.