Had a BBQ with Caribbean jerk chicken, tropical rice with mango and pineapple so it just made sense to have Goslings Black Seal and Ginger beer ready to serve. I thought it was good, but I am a beer person and promptly switched to Heineken. It was interesting to note that the millennials all loved it and boasted that Goslings was the best out there. They said its a trending drink at the bars they go to.
as a Harvard genius, you must be asking yourself how come there was a recovery by days end after a reverse split.....it's not suppose to happen that way. most Harvard blowhards are "Leftist" geniuses. the ones that put obammy into office.
did you see that volume? prolly some short covering. nice 8 cents in two days tho, eh?
quarter over quarter sales increases, year over year sales increases, insider buying, short covering.
doesn't that just make ya smile?
with Rustoleum RockSolid Metallic Cherry Bomb. Now I chill with Jeffersons Reserve, very old, very small batch.....on the ROX! Hiya Susan....good day, eh?
you sound like an angry long who has lost value. you should have recognized the climate decline and sold then. I guess that would make you the stupid one for holding long as climate change was taking its toll on TGT.
You have to be some kind of leftist fanatic to blame climate change on your bad personal executive decisions.
Pocket change......that's a good one. hundreds of thousands of common shares have been purchased on the open market by insiders in 2016 alone.
SILVER DOLLAR EYEBALLS
It's like walking into a casino sportsbook and betting the 2000 to 1 odds the Buffalo Bills will win the Super bowl. All ya ever saw was the big payout and ignored the risk. I get annoyed every time I see someone blame someone else for their own bad personal decisions. The investors that lost here should chalk it up to a character building experience.
You weren't robbed. You made the personal decision to buy a stock you knew had the potential to go BK. Blame yourself.
Bankruptcy Stock Symbols
Once a reorganization plan has been announced, but before it is officially put into effect, the pre-bankruptcy shares will trade with a five-letter stock symbol ending in "Q," to prevent investor confusion as to the nature of the shares. The post-bankruptcy shares will trade with a stock symbol ending in "V" and will be referred to as "when-issued" shares, meaning that they will be the valid trading shares once the company officially emerges from bankruptcy. Ultimately, the "Q" shares will be rendered worthless.