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Hercules Offshore, Inc. (HERO) Message Board

  • KenWeslow KenWeslow Jan 7, 2011 7:27 PM Flag

    CURRENT RATIO/ BOOK VALUE

    Cannot understand this downgrade today. The current ratio is very good and it is trading at .4 book value. This is a deep value to peers and agree that last conf call said outlook improving. What am I missing? I see the debt but not due to 2013, by then, it should be paid down from cash flow this is generating and/or asset sales.

    Current Ratio (mrq): 1.92
    Book Value Per Share (mrq): 8.15

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    • Monday should be good for oil company stocks.

    • Thanks Ken, I agree with you too.

    • I think you understand the situation perfectly. The Wells Fargo clod does not.

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      • Wanted to get your opinion on the comp plan for our CEO below (from website). My take is that management is aligned with shareholders with vesting 12/31/2013 and share price above $5.00. Very reasonable in comparison to some comp plans out there. Thanks in advance. Ken


        Item 5.02. Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.
        On December 20, 2010, the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of Hercules Offshore, Inc. (the "Company") approved retention and incentive arrangements for the Company's Chief Executive Officer, John T. Rynd, consisting of three separate awards.
        Vesting under each award is conditioned upon Mr. Rynd's continuous employment with the Company from the date of grant until the earlier of a specified vesting date or a Change in Control of the Company. Subject to the satisfaction of all vesting requirements, awards are payable in cash based on the product of the number of shares of Common Stock specified in the award, the percentage of that number of shares that vest under the award and the average price of the Common Stock for the 90 days prior to the date of vesting ("Average Share Price").
        The grant date of each of the three awards is January 1, 2011. Vesting of any award and the amount payable under any vested award do not affect vesting or the amount payable under any of the other awards. Subject to vesting, all awards are payable in cash within thirty days of vesting. No shares of common stock are issuable under any of the awards.
        The first award is a Special Retention Agreement by and between the Company and Mr. Rynd (the "Agreement"), which provides for a cash payment based on 500,000 shares of Common Stock, subject to vesting. Upon satisfaction of vesting requirements, 100% of the amount under the Agreement becomes vested on December 31, 2013. If the requirements necessary for 100% vesting of this award are not met, no amounts become vested and no amount is payable. The amount payable in cash under the first award shall not exceed $5,000,000.
        The second and third awards are Performance Awards under the Company's 2004 Long-term Incentive Plan, as amended in 2007 (the "2004 LTIP"). Each Performance Award provides for a cash payment, subject to vesting, based on 250,000 shares of Common Stock. Upon satisfaction of vesting requirements, 100% of the first Performance Award becomes vested on December 31, 2013, and 100% of the second Performance Award becomes vested on March 31, 2014. Under each Performance Award, vesting is subject to the further requirement that the Average Share Price is at least $5.00. Subject to the satisfaction of the vesting requirements, the percentage of the Performance Award vested shall be equal to (1) the Average Share Price or $10.00, whichever is less, divided by (2) $10.00, and the Average Share Price for calculating the amount payable under the Performance Award is limited to $10.00. If the requirements necessary for vesting of a Performance Award are met, the amount payable in cash under each of the second and third awards shall be not less than $625,000 and not more than

      • Yeah, that's right. paid pumpers at work here. you understand that the stock is undervalued.....pity that no one else understands what you do.

        what a scam you guys run. hedge funds gone wild as cramer would say.

        look at the stock price pps performance the last 2 years.

        yeah - everyone else is wrong but you see the "deep value".

        question - how much do you get paid to pump stocks? is it worth the price to get innocent retailers to buy trash stocks? do you sleep well at night?

        you're just wallstreet scumbags scraping the bottom of morality to pay for your lifestyle.

        may god punish you in the end for your ill gotten gains. burn in hell.

 
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