Ok, I see it in the GOOG chart.,. Yahoo chart is acting strange,will and will not at times let me see the various options on years, and is not always posting a good/correct chart. Just started noticing that more so in the last few weeks.
Unless its a very egregious situation, the shareholders will get pennies, and the lawyers will get what they set out to get in 95% of the cases, their fees. These lawsuits are just a drag on the system and a cost to shareholders.
Actually they do or they will be delisted.
Actually, thats what encouraged me to buy in. She sounded very confident, and came across very honest. She's either a sociopath, or she really has confidence, and excitement for what they have accomplished and what they have lined up for growth drivers.
70%, I don't see any 70% drop in their chart?
These lawyers are just ambulance chasing crud. They get pennies for the shareholders, but $4 to $5 million (minimum) for their fees. Its a huge "legal" scam. There are some attempts to put a stop to it, or at least make it less profitable for the creeps, but trust me, its a scam. I get the paperwork all the time from them, all they do is waste our managements time, and then settle to get their 4 million dollar fee pay out, and you the share holder get 2 or three cents per share. So glad they kicked them to the curb on this one. Seeing more and more of that as some of the judges are even getting fed up.
I listed to the presentation, and thought she did an excellent job. She knows the business, is passionate about it, and they have lots of growth drivers to be excited about.
GLTA (Longs that is) :-)
Love the DIS marketing machine
Google article title if interested, "Disney rolls out new ‘Star Darlings’ tween brand"
Maybe you should try CD's, :-) instead of stocks, that's probable more your speed. If you skate to where the #$%$ is, you're not a very smart hockey player.
There not AMZN or GOOG. AMZN is already known to be building its air force. And GOOG has free rein at a classified air force location, that they manage for the air force, and are testing their drones.
If I was AMZN or GOOG, and wanted to build a delivery air force to compete with UPS/FDX, to go after their combined 100 billion in revenue, a billion dollars to buy AVAV would be chump change.
JONATHAN ROTHSCHILD DIR, BO
$39,900 5,400 shares from 8/27/15 to 8/28/15 at prices from $7.17 to $7.23
Google insider insights and search on ICCC if interested to look up.
Agreed, and I like our new Board members background. From the PR "Prior to joining Essex Woodlands, he served as Chief Operating Officer of Guidant Corporation."