I am pleased to report kenny green's reply to my email here. Please note the importance of his explanation of the sale by insiders. It was a very significant step toward reducing volatility, discouraging daytrading in this stock and in essence - the equivalent of a 3:2 stock split. Add to the mix good earnings report and outlook and you a very successful formula here for shareholders. Shorts will run for cover, longs will make nothing but big money.
Yahoo's system will not allow me to post here the contents of a private message. However, what i posted here is the essence of the email received and all shareholders should be very pleased with this information.
shorts, take notice.
the shares sold by mira mag and mr. Even ezra were purchased only several months ago at an average price of $7 p.s. So the sale of the shares, in addition to what i already mentioned before, was meant to pay off loans taken in order to purchase and take profits. All of this was done commensurate with the interests of shareholders and the company.
All, I don't get why Yahoo does not allow a so-called private message to be posted here. There are a few other message board that posted the email without any problem. I don't get it. I will be very sceptical to this posting if I am you (don't buy in to this until it is posted here, plus don't base you investment in a 'hot tip' such as an email)
If this is true, any other people that received the email should post it out here. I don't see how Yahoo bans you from doing this as a lot of other boards have done this before and the message is not deleted. Remain sceptical until I see it. Beware!
All I know is that I wrote a letter to the company about ten days ago and received NO
reply. Although I have faithfully checked.
All long did it take (whoever)got the original message to receive a reply.??
I have my doubts. They don't communicate squat. I can't imagine them writing an email although some companies do it quite a lot.
I went to Mags home page and wrote a letter to the director of investor relations or where it says: "Send emails to" I used my educational email account, not yahoo. It has been about nine days today, and I still haven't heard.
But, no, Kenny.green is not ringing a bell.
I have had a heck of a time finding information that I have wanted. Usually everything is found on the company homepage but that has not been my experience with mags.
However board members seem more
"In tune" with all the information. Just recently yahoo published news about the conference call but Mags home page didn't have it, and then a poster said something about a different home page but I didn't copy the link. Oh well, I am sure it will allcome out in the wash.