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daveedandlaura 86 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 12, 2016 11:46 AM Member since: Nov 7, 2007
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  • daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jul 12, 2016 11:46 AM Flag

    It is most refreshing to see a company that has no debt on their books.

    There are enough outside entities that companies are required to "dance to the music to"

    Banks, and other lenders can play their music elsewhere

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    Hows the lawsuit going boys

    by bklynomad Jul 8, 2016 8:09 PM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jul 12, 2016 8:44 AM Flag

    Now what do you think?

    ells bells, I just wish ONE TIME the shareholder (s)who decided to summon the legal vultures would disclose their REAL IDENTITY, No, C /S Corp, LLC, LLP, PTNR, or anything that resembles an alphabet soup designation qualifies, That entity should be one that can walk talk and chew gum (at the same time not a requirement),

    We scream at the top of our lungs when any given professional athlete decides to leave our favored sports team, and cry that they are greedy and selfish.

    Those of you nameless and faceless shareholders who decided to contact legal council, because $37.00 a share is not enough those of you who don't have ONE DIME OF YOUR MONEY AT RISK FOR TAKING SAID ACTION, tell me oh nameless and faceless one, ARE YOU TRULY ANY DIFFERENT THAN THE KEVIN DURANT'S OF THE PROFESSIONAL SPORTS WORLD?????!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Happy July 4

    by hjcnyc Jul 4, 2016 2:18 PM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jul 5, 2016 11:45 AM Flag

    If i were you I would close my position in ASEI NOW!!!!!

    It is possible that your tax liability on the sale of ASEI could be ZERO!!!

    I strongly urge you to contact your tax professional spend a couple of hundred bucks for his or her time, to receive an opinion as it pertains to your situation. It will be money well spent!!!!

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    Take the company private pls

    by finanza Jun 30, 2016 9:54 AM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 30, 2016 10:43 AM Flag

    And I suspect, so are you,.

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    Upside potential.

    by rtycrris Jun 28, 2016 11:39 AM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 29, 2016 5:12 PM Flag

    Yes and presidential candidate Donald Trump will soon announce if elected he will appoint Patriarch Partner's CEO Lynn Tilton as the next ambassador to Iran.

    Lynn is female and Jewish.(even if she is perhaps non-observant)with a reputation of being a rough and tough no holds barred female.

    Put her and Sarah Palin together, and watch how quickly the Islamist's surrender to these two barracudas.

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    How do you sell this comany now ?

    by bklynomad Jun 27, 2016 12:31 PM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 28, 2016 9:24 PM Flag

    If only the shareholders who placed their phone calls/texts/tweets/e-mails whatever to the legal vultures would have the courage to identify themselves.

    Hell, if THEY had to put up their money or ASEI stock, or some other cash equivalent , I suspect that they would have acted in a totally different fashion.,

  • daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 25, 2016 3:39 AM Flag

    Well I did buy a small amount of GM stock today.

    That was based upon proceeds derived from the sale of a public trading company, (who was paying a dividend with a very attractive yield) earlier this week announced that they were being acquired.

    Which means some shareholder (s) unhappy with the price to be paid by the acquiring company, Which means the appearance of the legal vultures doing their "due diligence on behalf of the shareholders of the company about to be sold "

    To use the tag line of a personal injury lawyer who in his television commercials that can be heard in the broadcast market of my community, "Hi I'm XXX XXXXX and I'll l make them pay". (And I get my 35%-40% of the "spoils")


  • daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 24, 2016 5:16 PM Flag

    Won't one of you folks spend some of these "gains" to the tune of $495.00 for a 5 minute conversation with the Nature Boy Ric Flair.??

    Flair has some serious cash flow issues to address. Just ask any one of his 4 ex wives.

    Charging $100.00 per minute to hear him pontificate about his travels to "Space Mountain" is just not the answer to solve his cash flow problems.

    He needs to be informed about these "alerts" to become a "real champion" and to make right to those he
    has shamelessly wronged over the years. .

  • daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 24, 2016 1:09 PM Flag

    Here's a public service OPPORTUNITY for you.

    You can now personally call the 16 time World Wrestling Wrestling Champion the Nature Boy Ric Flair.

    For the low price of $495.00 you can actually SPEAK PERSONALLY to Ric for 5 Minutes

    Ric has some serious cash flow issues. Surely you would be more than happy during your 5 minute call to advise him of all your good fortune with these "alerts" and help Ric overcome his mountain of debt.

    Speaking of mountains, I am sure that Ric will entertain you about his experiences at one "Space MountaIn"
    during that 5 minutes.

    WOOOOOOOOO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    One other person you can conceivably help is that Diva of Distressed Companies, the CEO of Patriarch Partners Lynn Tilton. Ms. Tilton has some legal challenges currently with the SEC, possibly MBIA, and who knows how many other alphabet souped name entities.

    Ms. Tilton has been a mission to restore financially distresed troubled companies back to financial health. Can Google LionStock alerts rescue this 'damsel in distress"??

    I am not aware though, if Ms. Tilton has a communication vehicle similar in arrangement with one Mr. Flair

  • daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 24, 2016 12:03 PM Flag

    As long as they provide that delicious Rocky Mountain candy to their significant others, they will not be going anyplace.

    Their significant others, ie those who they report to, will not permit said action.

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    BGS at $ 44.00 per share .........

    by garp_seeker May 12, 2016 3:43 PM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 24, 2016 11:10 AM Flag

    I'll sit back and enjoy the dividends

    Working at a local food bank, I am seeing the Green Giant Label on a variety of bagged .
    vegetable items on the bagged produce that our food bank receives.

    They are demonstrating that they are adapting to the changing preferences of the customer. Cantwell and his team are doing their jobs well.

    And the qualified tax treatment afforded those holders of BGS stock? What in the world is there NOT TO LIKE????

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    by oddpete2005 Jun 22, 2016 12:01 PM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 23, 2016 7:56 PM Flag

    We all should.

    If you could only see what the total legal costs will be, trust me even you will start to care.

  • daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 23, 2016 11:42 AM Flag

    Especially considering your basis.

    Congratulations enjoy the dividends ( and the tax preferential treatment still afforded qualified dividends , yes this is one perk still available for the vanishing middle income class citizen today)

  • daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 23, 2016 10:08 AM Flag

    And just what do these shareholders believe represents a "fair" price???

    I guess its too much trouble to just call a vote amongst the shareholders to decide if the $37 dollar offer represents fair value.

    Makes you wonder with Sarbanes Oxley, SEC reporting requirements, annual external audits this federal agency, that state agency, various kings and queens of any number of local districts all legislating, mandating
    this rule this regulation why anyone would engage in a business venture today. We have long passed the point of diminishing returns with yet new regulations and reporting requirements constantly bestowed upon us bureaucrats trying to create something to justify why they are being paid and to crow just how important they are. .

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    How much cash did ASEI have ?

    by hjcnyc Jun 21, 2016 1:41 PM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 22, 2016 10:47 AM Flag

    I recently purchased ASEI in search of something that offered a decent yield,and had a rock solid balance sheet.

    Too good to be true, I guess.

    So the proposed sales to OSI saddens me. But what angers me is yet another legal vulture has appeared to conduct yet another investigation.

    How many more vultures (excuse me legal firms) will yet appear and all due their respective "due diligence" (circle the company to see what fees can be derived) all doing essentially the same thing?

    Who hired these firms to represent the shareholders?????? I trust that some fellow shareholder with a significant stake (defined by me as at least a 2% shareholder) did.

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    by jeff.blizz Jun 21, 2016 9:49 AM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 21, 2016 11:52 AM Flag

    Perhaps you should call Levi and Korsinsky LLP. They are currently "investigating" the proposed sale of American Scientific and Engineering to OSI Systems Inc.,

    Just go to the ASEI message board, to get some background on these folks.

    The honorable Cleveland Ohio mayor Frank Jackson says it best:

    Its not that we don't know what the problems are
    We've known those for years
    Its not that we don't know what the solutions are
    We've known those for years
    The problem is, that we haven't done anything about it.

  • daveedandlaura by daveedandlaura Jun 21, 2016 11:28 AM Flag

    The brand split will in all likelihood increase operating costs. One, costs of production crew and related personnel/equipment to produce two live programs weekly.

    When WWE moved Smackdown from SCI FI to the USA Network, who approached who regarding this switch?
    Did WWE's contract with SCI FI terminate and if not what were the costs if any that WWE incurred when leaving SCI FI? Did USA mandate that WWE will deliver 2 weekly live performances each week, at some point in the existing contract period?

    Second, WWE will need to add personnel if talents are to be assigned to a specific brand, with no crossover.
    Talents in NXT can probably be called to the main roster without incurring significant additional costs, but the talents from the past with name recognition who currently appear or recently appeared on WWE'S ,US based competitor Impact Wrestling arguably best known to the American fan base ,Kurt Angle, Jeff Hardy Matt Hardy, James Storm , possibly Lashley and Drew Garroway, will not come cheap if they are or soon to be available.

    Interesting to see where this leads.

  • daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 21, 2016 10:17 AM Flag

    Are referring to the "green colored produce" you saw in the market the other day.? Farmers or supermarket?

    A bunch of green onions perhaps? Or was it the broccoli because that made you remember former President
    Bush's comments about his personal like/dislike of the vegetable?.

    When will these yahoos at Penny Stock Alert, Google Stock Alert, and any and all of their ilk, "come out of the closet" show us their respective 1040 Schedule D /form 8949 so we can see just how successful they have been?

    They are just as bogus as Professional Wrestler RIc Flair legitimacy as a World Wrestling champion. Wooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Sold at $37 per share

    by markmick2000 Jun 21, 2016 7:32 AM
    daveedandlaura daveedandlaura Jun 21, 2016 9:09 AM Flag

    And the legal vultures appear.

    When is enough enough? Its scenarios such as this that would lead one to the thought process, why go into business today to create wealth and jobs?

    Maybe we should all just let Nanny Clinton and Uncle Sugar provide for us as we all sing in the streets "We are Family"

    Sister Sledge will be performing the songs and charging for their appearance, Sisters be advised, Nanny Clinton .will extract virtually all of your fee via the tax mechanism in order to fund her social programs.

  • daveedandlaura by daveedandlaura Jun 17, 2016 11:47 AM Flag

    I haven't posted on this board since I closed my position in this company a couple of years ago.

    For the longest time, this stock had traded in the 3.50- $4.00 range. Was as close in character to a corporate bond as one would find in the equity market. Shares transacted in the 1000-2000 share range daily.

    A quick glance at the numbers over the past several years do not appear to show any significant changes.

    I am puzzled that the stock is trading above the $6.00 range.. IS there a potential significant event(s) conceivably on the horizon? I simply cannot ascertain a company that produces consumable food items of very questionable nutritional values could possibly be a growth business. Slow and certain like a tortoise perhaps that might receive a bump as they enter new markets but nothing to get excited about I would say.

    I don't want to hear about technical, charts, 50/200 moving averages third moments of the mean and any other metric somebody with too much time on their hands created. What real world events are contributing to more interest being shown in GLDC?

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