CNBC Kho just crushed Fridays LONGS---$sub $150's Friday
What did he say?
I used to think that key employees were cashing in shares immedicately after receiving them just because they didn't trust the stock to hold up. Now, I'm wondering if in addition to that, those insiders are required to cash in the stock because it leads to (misleading) cash on the books. In reality, the shares that were given to the key employees as "pay" dilutes the stocks.