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Cheniere Energy, Inc. Message Board

assted 6 posts  |  Last Activity: 16 hours ago Member since: Mar 2, 2000
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  • Oh wise one, $138 million in cash, no debt, profitable, what would be the reason for the secondary?

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    The last time this popped...

    by assted Feb 7, 2015 12:56 PM
    assted assted Feb 9, 2015 11:31 AM Flag

    Dream on. Company is running out of cash and loaded with debt. Its only hope is a buyout.

  • August, 2013, some penny stock rag was pumping it. Friday's action might have been some front running before another similar "recommendation" comes out. Best case scenario would be a buy out, because with its high level of debt it can't survive much longer as an independent company. I've been an "investor" for years and still have some shares, but mentally I've written it off as a total loss.

  • assted by assted Jan 26, 2015 8:46 PM Flag

    Nearly doubled their investment in Vasco in Q4 2014. Now biggest institutional holder and biggest investor in company other than founder/CEO Hunt. I would venture they have better insight into company's prospects than anyone on this board.

  • I assume you all have seed this. Takes a big set of gonads to do this:

    On December 19, 2014, Walter Energy, Inc. (the "Company") entered into award agreements (each, an "Award Agreement") with three of the Company's current named executive officers, Walter J. Scheller, III, William G. Harvey and Earl H. Doppelt. The terms of the Award Agreements with such executive officers provide that they will receive a cash award (the "Award"), to be paid by the Company on the effective date of the Award Agreement, equal to a multiple of such executive officer's current annual base salary. Pursuant to their respective Award Agreements, Mr. Scheller received an Award of $2,400,000 (or approximately 2.9x his current base salary), Mr. Harvey received an Award of $1,300,000 (or approximately 2.6x his current base salary) and Mr. Doppelt received an Award of $1,100,000 (or approximately 2.4x his current base salary). These awards are intended to recognize excellent individual performance and to retain the services of the executives for three full years in a challenging environment. Under the terms of each such executive officer's Award Agreement, the executive officer will be required to repay the full gross amount of the Award to the Company if such executive officer's employment with the Company is terminated by the executive officer without good reason (as defined in the Award Agreement), which would include a retirement by the executive officer without good reason, or by the Company for cause (as defined in the Award Agreement) prior to the third anniversary of the effective date of the Award Agreement.

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    PPS action is incomprehensible...

    by pghpa412 Dec 8, 2014 3:13 PM
    assted assted Dec 8, 2014 3:46 PM Flag

    I dumped this POS long ago. It's the same #$%$ every time. They put out a press release which from a medical standpoint is so preliminary as to be almost meaningless, the price pops, and someone uses to pop as a chance to sell.

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