I have been following Rent for a great deal of
time.I have seen the frustration and the joy.In times of
frustration the last thing you want to see on this message
board is an advertisement for another stock or
service.I think you do yourself a disfavor by using this
board for you message.Please keep in perspective the
mind set of rent investors at this time.In closing I
can tell you without hestation;the next 90 days will
put everyone in a WONDERFUL frame of mind.Thanking
you in advance for your thoughfulnss
You may consider that ALL (I strongly believe)
the positive posts about this "company" (uncle
ronnies candy store) are not from share holders but from
employees who are holding stock options praying for a
miricle. Hey, it might happen. Even blind hogs if they
root around long enough may find something to eat.
However, Berger (and familys') moral bankruptcy is a GIVEN
within the business community of Portland Oregon.(OH YES
IT IS) I am loth to admit that I am still holding a
major pile of stock from the big sell-off a few weeks
back. I played and I paid.
Are you that ignorant to
believe that I want to sell the stock at this ridiculous
price. Only an employee under Berger could possibly be
or am I stupid for really
beliving that an employee would even have enough belief in
Rentrek to even spend their own money on the
After Berger's horrible performance yesterday on the
conference call, I believe his career hangs in the balance.
He has absolutely no respect for any stockholder,
which is odd because he is one too and will benefit
along with us all if wasn't so arrogant.
a doing his job well, what the F__k are you smoking
anyway. The stock basically has been in a trading range
since 1992. It had a blip to 10 but that is it. How is
that doing his job well, which should be increasing
by the way post your email if
you want responses!!!!!
I will buy ALL of your stock
in November. No need to go to a broker.
AND LET ME KNOW IF YOU ARE JUST ALOT OF SMOKE OR FOR
REAL. Enough of that BS about Berger. HE IS DOING HIS
JOB WELL (and I have been a stockholder, not a
Ron Berger is ultimetly the failue behind this
"company". The banks are now becoming aware of the
insolvency and copies of the uncollectable a/r is a glaring
example. Cash is tight and the moral of the workers (not
Ron's friends and family stooges) are at an all time
low. Fantasy of a big Hollywood settlement border on
psychosis. I own a pile of stock and have no one to blame
but myself. I will not hold it much into November.
lower sales volume, looks like RENT is
transitioning to a higher margin business. Given good chance of
a decent settlement with HLYW and a spinoff of
COMALLIANCE, current share price absolutely dirt cheap IMOP.
Before anyone on this board panics, let me say
that RENT will have a decent quarter that will leave
them poised to make a nice run soon thereafter. By
decent, I mean there will be no real surprises. Earnings
will be solid and you will also see some high legal
fees but we are all expecting that. RENT has made
progress in their lawsuit and this should actually turn
out OK for a change. RENT will never get what they
are asking for but a settlement in excess of $25
million would be very nice for all concerned. Expect that
to happen before 1/10/00.
instead on the great strides that have been made on CA.
They are interviewing for a new CEO of that company
which has to be a good sign. Jackson Hole Advisors are
still in the picture which is also good. The future
actually holds strong promise for RENT if people will be
patient and the stock can attract a following.
too, am disappointed that the stock has not run up yet
but it makes sense that a few things need to still be
put in place before that can happen in any sustained
manner. I think we are closer than ever before to that
happening. Patience will finally be rewarded in the upcoming
I am long RENT, totally dissatisfied with the way
management has worked up until now to maximize shareholder
value, but convinced that the present strategy will
reward those who buy RENT below $6 per share.