My thoughts regarding the Seeking Alpha Interview with Jeff Cohen, an analyst with Ladenburg Thalmann & Co.
I'm wondering whether DAL and Jeff may have been college friends. I'm not sure they were mind you, but I have wondered about this in the past. Can someone bring clarification on this subject? Buckeye, perhaps you could ask someone at CRY about this and bring clarification to this point. Also, if Jeff was not DAL's college friend, ask whether DAL was a friend with any other analyst too.
JC Quote: I favor senior management teams that develop a strategic five-year vision for each product in their pipelines. I like management teams who are less focused on telling the Street what is possible and what they can do, and are more focused on actually doing. Don't tell me, show me!
Response: CRY stock has more or less been a $6/share stock forever, pretty much this situation for 18 years. To find the long term chart go to Goggle Finance. Why Yahoo Finance dropped 16 years of chart history, that Yahoo used to reflect, is a mystery to me. My guess though is somehow SA was involved in getting this stock history erased. Read "Stevie Wonder and the Magic Eraser" post for more on this. So, "Don't tell me, show me!" has been historically reflected in the long term stock price chart hasn't it? One would think anyway. IMO, instead of SA being a focused senior manager, I'm guessing that perhaps he may be an egocentric control personality. I think he may rule with an 'iron fist'. Cross SA's path, and out the door you go. Perhaps Gerald Seery could tell us more on this. Also, SA's nepotism issue with son Bruce being fast tracked into senior sales management raises questions too. Something to reflect on anyway.