Just wondering if you finally agree with me now. You used to adamantly argue with me that this stock and company was worth much more and that it would be valued that way come November. I am honestly not trying to rub it in at all, just wanting to know if you now see what I see, and what I was trying to tell you all along....which is:
THE MANAGEMENT OF THIS COMPANY DOES NOT CARE, THEY ARE ONLY STRINGING THINGS ALONG TO KEEP THEIR EXORBANT SALARIES, BONUSES (who knows what for), AND MORE FREE SHARES THAT THEY CAN IMMEDIATELY TURN AROUND AND SELL
I've been saying that for over a year now, but no one wants to listen.
ROSE NEEDS TO GO. Put him on the "optimization" plan!
Your call has been closer to being right than mine. I have acknowledged that quite a few times now.
My pain isn't from an anonymous Yahoo MB member being right or wrong but rather than putting 41K in this pos stock for 9 months while I've missed out on other opportunities. I hope I either break even or make a little by Feb.
Next 3 months will look for a stock to roll this money over to something else for a year. My inclination is DRTX or even PIP with their merger with Theraclone. I want med to high risk. No OTC stocks.
you got any tips other than shorting a nflx-type company?
I'd be careful with that...
Just when it looked like Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) couldn’t possibly up the ante in its push for original content, the streaming media provider announced a deal with Walt Disney Co.’s (NYSE:DIS) Marvel Entertainment that could potentially shake up the entire industry.
Not only will Netflix and the Disney unit team up to bring Marvel superheroes to the streaming service, but “Netflix has committed to a minimum of four, thirteen episodes series and a culminating Marvel’s ‘The Defenders’ mini-series event.” Those four series will focus on Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage, in that order. And according to the press release, “the epic will unfold over multiple years of original programming, taking Netflix members deep into the gritty world of heroes and villains of Hell’s Kitchen, New York.”
“This deal is unparalleled in its scope and size, and reinforces our commitment to deliver Marvel’s brand, content and characters across all platforms of storytelling. Netflix offers an incredible platform for the kind of rich storytelling that is Marvel’s specialty,” said Alan Fine, President of Marvel Entertainment. “This serialized epic expands the narrative possibilities of on-demand television and gives fans the flexibility to immerse themselves how and when they want in what’s sure to be a thrilling and engaging adventure.”
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos explained: “Marvel’s movies, such as ‘Iron Man’ and Marvel’s ‘The Avengers’, are huge favorites on our service around the world. Like Disney, Marvel is a known and loved brand that travels.”