A for reading comprehension.
Given the ownership structure of VRX, retail equity holders are simply "along for the ride" and this ride will not end well for them (you).
Rescues in sewers call for careful confined space entry procedures...just like the small, confined spaces holding the typical VRX long's brain!
NO WORRIES HERE THEN, eh?
Yah, this is a sewer and the treatment plant is "just around the bend"!
An interesting perspective, BUT that presumes anybody would lend Pershing Square and the other deeply underwater hedge funds real money to buy it whole.
The best the major holders can hope for is to structure deals where they can carve out the profitable parts of VRX from themselves, perhaps buying these parts of VRX from VRX with their VRX equity, then walk away leaving the note holders with a big fat bag.
"Hey boys, anybody down to sell ourselves the best parts of us to us; we can pay ourselves with the "value" of us that we already own, and we can accept that great price we offer ourselves on behalf of all of us, even those who aren't buying. OK, we've created "shareholder value" for us (those who matter); carry on."
Ah yes, the clarion call, "ignore him", addressed to "true longs"...my but this is just like the good old days on penny scam stock boards.
Oh my...are you suggesting that since my mama is dead I'm just below HEAVEN?
I'll take that as a compliment, knowing full well that VRX will NEVER deliver any heavenly benefits to the delusional longs!
YOU know the old saying "He who smelt it, dealt it.''
Apparently if was just his own "short squeeze".
Another win for XIFINANANA MAN!!
Oh SORRY...I didn't know y'all have made this a cheerleading only board.
Not gonna happen.
MAYBE you should learn from the shorts here who've made tens of thousands of dollars off this "sewer stock."
"...paid baskers" ???
OH MY...we just be here "basking" in the reflected glow of all this great long optimism.
Have you forgotten about the on-going US Federal criminal investigations?
"...without affecting the pain relief you get from opioid treatment. "
Sound PERFECT for those deeply pained VRX longs here...load up!
WELL, you see, those of us with experience in the penny schlock world feel VERY COMFORTABLE watching VRX.
See, now if that doesn't make you nervous perhaps "investing" isn't for you!!
LOOKS LIKE XIFINANANAAN MAN stopped any runs here for months and months and months.
ROCK ON XIFINANANA MAN!
Well on that, we are in 100% agreement (which is why I'm short NEE).
Now if I can only wrap my head around why NEE felt the need to jump into the yieldco game. If these operations are such a good source of steady reliable cash flow why sell part of them off to minority owners?
So, you're suggesting that State Public Utilities Commissions shouldn't make their decisions based on the input received from rate payers and other intervenors?
Are you forgetting that ONCOR is back on the table after a court decision that would have required tax savings to be passed back to rate payers? Was this a "mistake" also?
When you're a regulated public utility all this comes with the territory, no surprises here for NEE.
Indeed, I think "boring" utilities are doing well in the post-BREXIT swirl, dividends, security(zero exposure) and price appreciation.
It's the PUC's current Chief Counsel: "intimately involved from the beginning...involved in the hearings, ... been all to the listening sessions...there is a draft decision circulating we will review ... any decision will be made on the record and the law."
The Governor has long opposed the HECO-NEE merger.
Environmental groups (uniformly opposed to the merger) have "no concerns" about new PUC commissioner.
NEE's interest in ONCOR has some Hawaii politicians wondering about NEE's level of commitment make significant investments in HECO if the deal closes.
Read into these what you will.