So, you're comparing the CEO's of Microsoft, Apple, and Berkshire-Hathaway with the management of Wmih. Those three companies had great business plans and innovations. After two years, what business plans and inovations have Wmih management/Blackstone/KKR come up with for Wmih? Hmmmmmmmmmmmm?
How come none of these entities or individuals have actually spent any of their own money to purchase Wmih shares over tha last two years of Wmih's existance? All of these entities and individuals are very well off and could afford to buy many shares, but none of them have. So why is that the case?
And MW and all his BOD are very well off financially and could afford to buy many Wmih shares, out of their own pocket. So why haven't they? Maybe no confidence, maybe the risk is too high, maybe their spouses won't let them spend money on the stock for a company with no business or profits. I guess that it's lucky they can't sell their freebie shares yet. Hmmmmmmmmmmm??????????
While Mike Willingham and Wmih's BOD have awarded each of themselves hundreds of thousands of 'free bonus' Wmih shares; none of them has actually spent any of their own money to purchase any Wmih shares over the past couple of years. I found this out by researching it on the new Wmih website. Go to the site and select investor relations, then click on 'Information regarding our common stock' it will direct you to a site where you can check on insider buying. But, be advised, there is no actual 'buying' by MW or his BOD, only freebies.
The website already has one flaw/lie. It has a picture of four young employees, working away. Fact is that Wmih only has two employees, two old men.
"mental anguish, pain, and suffering"
Too many teardrops
For one heart to be crying
Too many teardrops
For one heart to carry on
"please tell us how the Libor settlement and WMIH are connected?"
Lot's and lot's of mental anguish, pain, and suffering.
That's according to Brandmarty. So, how come Wmih is only at $3 a share?
And these BILLIONS don't include the TRILLIONS (Capital 'T') that the World Bank will soon award Wamu/Wmih shareholders for mental anguish, pain, and suffering. At a minimum, the pps of Wmih shares should be fairly valued at $3,446,332.56 per share!
Where did this board come up with an ignoramous 24/7/365 poster like Brandmarty? He's not really helping the Wmih cause with his idiotic pumping.
That would make it a minimum of 6 years before Wmih could be listed on Nasdaq. And that's if it met all the required standards today, but it meets absolutely none of the standards, not one. If, in a 3-4 years, Wmih meets the standards, then we're looking at 2023 being the earliest year that Wmih could be considered to be accepted on the Nasdaq exchange.
That's a long way off and there are absolutely no assurances that it will happen. How many of us will be dead and gone by then?
But here is the moron Brandmarty pumping that Wmih has so many directors as to qualify for the Nasdaq. Yeah, right moron.
Abandon hope, all ye who enter here.
This isn't a real stock or investment, we have no business and our BOD is robbing us blind. Might as well invest your money by flushing it down the toilet, hoping that it will attract huge returns when it clogs up the toilet.
Sooooooooooo???????????????? Riddle/answer me this, please name some of these MM's who have been controlling this stock since it's inception. Name some names, if these MM's really exist, then you can name names.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Geeze, for years we've heard so much about these MM's. Yet nobody can positively identify any or even one MM. Figments of the immaination, excuses for drops in pps, yeah, I think so.
Texasholdemjones, you state, "No one wants global warming."
Frankly I don't care whether or not global warming occurs or not, bring it on and let's see what happens. Maybe it'll benefit humankind, we can adapt to whatever changes it brings. You assume the changes will be bad, where's your proof?
The fact is that Wintoat and Retiredcsx are at polar opposites. Wintoat is all doom and gloom and overly pessimistic about CSX. While, Retiredcsx is all 'Good Ship Lollipop' and overly optimistic about CSX.
And, this evening in AH trading, CSX is the biggest loser, percent wise, of all the SP 500 traded shares.
"so the earnings were actually pretty good!"
Don't try and fool yourself and others. The market is the final and only judge as to a company's earnings report. And the market gave CSX a big thumbs down. Down nearly 4% in AH trading.
I'm a CSX long and I have no difficulty looking at a bad quarterly report and for calling it what it is.
And, the same poster, Webmsoft, was guaranteeing that CSX would be at $32 by Christmas. Just review his posting history.