Hey Burty can't you read do you live in Palm Beach County)? The State of Wisconsin, not the U. of Wisconsin, bought 4+ million shares of WSTL (about 10% of WSTL common) and by law they are required to file this fact with the SEC. What this means is that the State of Wisconsin and their pension fund trustees and advisors really like WSTL a lot and think it is a good buy!!!!!!
I think we all understand that WI now has 4.5 million shares of the company. The question is, did they buy all or the majority of their shares after the horrible numbers came out and the stock collapsed or did they own a significant percentage prior to this and accumulate some additional shares afterward so that they owned more than 10% and thus were required to file with the SEC? It would be most encouraging if they bought all or the vast majority of their shares after the stock fell apart but no one seeems to be able to verify when the shares were accumulated.