We believe that these factors include, but are not limited to, the risks related to the following:
•post-restructuring financial condition, financing requirements, prospects and cash flow; •our ability to complete the implementation of our plan of reorganization and the discharge of our Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, including successfully resolving any remaining claims; •any negative client, vendor, carrier and third-party responses to the confirmation of our plan of reorganization; •the impact the filing for and emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy could have on our corporate image, normal business operations, financial condition, liquidity or cash flow; •the inability to provide assurance for the long-term continued viability of our business; •limitations on our operating and strategic flexibility and ability to operate our business, finance our capital needs or expand business strategies under the terms of new debt agreements that resulted from the reorganization; •results from any failure to comply with the financial covenants and other provisions and restrictions of our debt instruments; •limited access to capital markets and increased borrowing costs resulting from the capital structure after our Chapter 11 bankruptcy; •our declining revenue, including a reduction in customer advertising spend and contract cancellations resulting from the current economic downturn and changes in financial, capital and economic conditions; •changes in our competitive position due to competition from other yellow pages directories publishers and other traditional and new media and our ability to anticipate or respond to changes in technology and user preferences; •declining use of print yellow pages directories; •limited access to capital markets and increased borrowing costs in connection with recent ratings; •changes in the availability and cost of paper and other raw materials used to print our directories and our reliance on third-party providers for printing and distribution services; •increased credit risk associated with our reliance on small- and medium-sized businesses as clients, in particular in the current economic environment; •changes in our operating performance; •our ability to attract and retain qualified key personnel; •our ability to maintain good relations with our unionized employees; •changes in labor, business, political and/or economic conditions; •changes in governmental regulations and policies and actions of regulatory bodies; and •the outcome of pending or future litigation and other claims. •If one or more events related to these or other risks or uncertainties materialize, or if our underlying assumptions prove to be incorrect, actual results may differ materially from what we anticipated.
I know in your case your psychic but the rest of us would be hesitant to take such a big position just prior to earnings. Do you honestly think a company just a couple of months out of bankruptcy is going to report earnings that can not support its renegotiated capital structure?