Sorry big pappa bear, insiders cannot sell until their lockup expires, it's a new ipo, and they have a one year lockup on this one instead of the traditional 6-month lockup. One major reason I am long this stock. Why would the impressive list of directors in this company choose now to pump their stock, if they are not allowed to benefit from it until December of this year? They can't sell for several months, so it won't be the day of the split. What happened to your continual lunatic ravings that the stock was not splitting on Monday? You are a liar, and have some twisted agenda for wanting this stock to go down. I hope that you're still short.
GREAT DEVIATION from the jest of my post. Who said anything about the lockup stock in my post? I discuss the difference between a stock dividend issued and stock splitting which isn't occuring here and kennyboy goes off on lockup stock. Try addressing the point, pumper, but of course the M.O. for these touts has consistently been to change the subject, not answer challenges to vaph pr and of course to attack the poster in a personal barrage.
Yep.It's a great lesson for all you new traders.Ya don't need a position in VAPH or ISDA to learn a great deal about greed, promotions and emotions.The action in VAPH and IDSA in the next couple days and months will be VERY interesting.Good tidings and learn well if you're really serious about trading.Peace.
I honestly thought I had read that VAPH's lockup was one year instead of the traditional 6 months, I will look into it. It does not affect one way or the other, though--they still cannot dump their shares until at least June. The NEW post-split run begins Monday, when the share price goes on sale. Then all the investors that have been looking at VAPH will jump in, and we'll burn some more shorts.