The last time you responded to me there was a virus attached. Here's my problem. I'm a retired teacher trying to save what's left of my IRA. I invested in AONE at the IPO and kept on averaging down because I believed that new technology was the only way to save this country. Then came the Chapter 11. I sold out at a 98% loss. Now the stock starts to go up. This looks like a political ploy by the "Republicans due to the timing. Did CFIUS rule against this?? I see no evidence of that. Should I get back in?? Would I be the ultimate fool to do so? As it is I'm taking my tax losses. Then I'm moving my pension, Social Security, and what left of my IRA and moving to Canada. I will spend my money there. I will leave the stock market altogether
If this is for real, and that is in question, then sending it to the company is fruitless. As long as the debt trades below parity (and it is), there will be no recovery for sharer holders. Debt holders are at the front of the line. And book value is meaningless in bankruptcy, look no further than foreclosed homes in the United States.
Not sure what you're referring to here: "If this is for real, and that is in question, then sending it to the company is fruitless." What does "this" mean?
If it's my note to IR, I sent it simply to vent my frustration. I did not want an answer. I accomplished what I wanted - that's all.