You can go to Seaspan's web site and hover your cursor over the "Investor Relations" menu item. From the resulting drop down menu, choose "Dividend Distributions". You'll see that all of the 2013 distributions are classified as "Other than a dividend". Also, from that page, scroll down toward the bottom. There is a section titled "U.S. Internal Revenue Code Section 6045B Reporting". If you click on the "+" sign next to the items relevant to you, you'll be able to see pdf files of U.S. IRS Forms 8937.
Concerning amended 1099s you'll need to deal with your broker.
Hope this helps.
In three years, you'll have filed bankruptcy again, be receiving food stamps again, and still be lying about Solazyme.
Here's what Ritzenthaler is referencing about ASPs. It's from the conference call transcript. It's attributed to Wolfson, but Painter said it. I listened to it again. The "indiscernible" is "previously. Don't take this as my agreeing with Ritzenthaler; I most certainly think he is wrong in his view.
Brian Lee - Goldman Sachs
Okay. So in Q1, fair enough. Last one for me and then I will pass it on. Just on ASPs and expectations in Brazil out of the Moema facility, how should we expect average ASPs to compare versus the $2,600 per metric ton that you're talking about -- that you've already seen out of Clinton?
Jonathan Wolfson - CEO
Yeah. So what we have talked about through -- kind of historically, as we are starting to bring these plants online, is that we are targeting to reach average selling prices of $2,000 and up. So the numbers initially that we are seeing out of Clinton, although we are very encouraged, because they give us obviously a lot of confidence as we look at our margin targets that we will be reaching, as we hit nameplate capacity at these facilities, I wouldn't actually plan in the average selling price we are targeting is above that $2,000 per metric ton that we have said [indiscernible].
Don't know about them, but Lynch has moved on without a word of explanation to TXCC shareholders.
Gair, it's the middle of the afternoon on the West Coast. Why are you posting your constant stream of lies, rather than pressing your nuts?
Good. Then you've learned to how to perform research more accurately. Always go to the SEC EDGAR website; don't trust Yahoo or other secondary sources.
Then you need to learn how to gather information more accurately. As I noted in my last reply, Wolfson indirectly owns more than 2.6 million shares in a revocable trust. Read the latest Form 4 that he filed.
Crush is right.
Surely you've read the most recent Form 4 that he filed? He indirectly owns 2,681,101 shares in the Jonathan S. Wolfson Revocable Trust. That's what crush is referring to.
Also, this from Jan 6, 2014 in "The Land":
CBH will stay a co-op: Crane
06 Jan, 2014 07:50 AM
CBH Group managing director Andrew Crane has declared the West Australian grains handler will remain as a co-operative, dismissing suggestions Archer Daniels Midland's (ADM) failed $3 billion bid for GrainCorp had increased appetite among its grower owners to privatise the company.
ADM's failed bid for GrainCorp has highlighted the extraordinary value in agricultural supply chain assets and triggered fresh calls by analysts and Western Australia's Pastoralists and Graziers Association to float the business. This could unlock more than $4 billion for cash strapped farmers.
Dr Crane said, however, the majority of CBH's 4300 grower owners were committed to its co-operative structure, which was last tested in 2010 when growers supporting corporatisation unsuccessfully tried to gain a foothold on the CBH board.
"If anything, our employees, our board and our growers are hugging the business even tighter than they ever have.
"CBH will remain a co-operative and remain focused on returning value to our growers," Dr Crane said.
The failed takeover has also thrown a spotlight on CBH's east coast expansion plans and increased speculation it could look to do a deal involving a GrainCorp takeover or build a strategic stake in GrainCorp.
ADM owns 19.9 per cent of GrainCorp. CBH owns and operates a grains handling and logistics business similar in size to GrainCorp's east coast operations and owns flour milling operations.
No one is going to toss pennies your way by clicking on your YouTube video links, unless you let us know that you're still receiving food stamps and need the pennies.
You actually posted a link to a YouTube video not uploaded by you? How does this help you get off food stamps?
Gair, if you let us know that you're still receiving food stamps, the board readers here might show some compassion and toss you a few pennies by clicking on your links, despite your constant pathological lies.
It#$%$ or miss as to whether Yahoo Finance will allow a link to be posted.
Do a Google search for "EDGAR" and then click the "Company Search" link under the first result. On the resulting page, enter AMRS in the "Fast Search" box. You'll see a link to the 8-K.
Here's the text:
Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement.
On February 13, 2014, Amyris, Inc. (the “Company”), Amyris Brasil Ltda and São Martinho S.A. entered into an amendment dated January 27, 2014 (the “Amendment”) of the Joint Venture Agreement that the parties originally entered into on April 14, 2010 (the “JV Agreement”). The purpose of the JV Agreement and related documents was to create a joint venture called SMA Indústria Química S.A. (“SMA”) to build and operate a large-scale production facility in Usina São Martinho, Brazil to produce farnesene to be used in performance chemicals (the “JV Plant”). In early 2012, after completion of a significant portion of the construction of the JV Plant, the Company suspended construction of the JV Plant in order to focus on completing and operating the Company’s smaller production facility in Brotas, Brazil.
The Amendment updates and documents certain preexisting business plan requirements related to the start-up of construction at the JV Plant and sets forth, among other things, (i) the extension of the deadline for the commencement of operations at the JV Plant to no later than 18 months following the construction of the JV Plant, which shall occur no later than March 31, 2017, and (ii) the extension of an option held by São Martinho S.A. to build a second large-scale farnesene production facility to no later than December 31, 2018 with the commencement of operations at such facility to occur no later than April 1, 2019.