management wants it to fall so he can make an offer to buy private again at the lowest possible price, hes no dummy when it comes to his own money. Different story for shareholder value altogether.
That ship has sailed. He's done, they basically paid him off to go away. Bought his shares at premium if you look up past news. Great for him, sucky for those of you not in the feifdom
not with that sizeable insider buying. You don't just plunk down for 131 and follow that up with 69 more unless you've got some confidence.
DTLA as is no dividends, and probably won't ever due to the way they structured it. But the info goes back to the offer and transaction
yes someone is accumulating, but someone is also selling or de-accumulating? then in about 2 months after it languishes below a dollar they'll get a notice of delisting cause their per share price sucks, etc, etc. then they'll have to come up with another plan to pump up the per share price. All this due to top dog Sir Jeffy and his fiefdom along with a junk board.
It simply fell too far too fast really, no reason for it to have been that low to begin win. This is more a correction back to where it should be. If they can actually operate the business it can go much higher. Some competitors are growing so it's a matter of time.
that's a bit much but the valuation did drop too far to fast too. About due for some idiot to claim warren buffet is opening a position.