Speaking of ECAS - there is an article on SA explaining that due to weird wouldn't the management simply eliminate the middle entity, moving the assets to the parent structure and therefore moving from from double- to single-discount territory? That alone could kick the NAV up a "few" cents.
Could someone translate the last sentence please?
El lunes, tras la concentración, el comité decidirá nuevas movilizaciones, en espera del resultado de la reunión de Villanueva con Pucci.
Google translate says "on Monday, after the merger, ..."
I am not getting that cash. I am getting a claim to it should the business dissolve. Who knows, maybe this cash will be spent tomorrow on a mindless acquisition (pun intended).
What I do get is 12.5% dividend (less Israeli taxes, so about 10.125%). If there is no price action in 10 years I will have my money back (disregarding the inflation) and again the claim to maybe $40 in cash and maybe a stable business. Not a bad proposition, but too many maybes.
I understand the value proposition.
But what I also see is that the company is either not interested in or not able to grow.
So the ways to be "rewarded well" are:
- either Mr.Market suddenly develops a brain and decides the price should double from here;
- somebody else buys them out.
What are the chances of either event happening in the next 12 months?
I feel even switching from yearly to quarterly dividend payments (without actually raising the dividend) could have bring more visibility to the stock.
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Up and up she goes. I bought it for long term, but am sitting on a 23% paper gain in less than 2 months on no news whatsoever and start thinking... What are the folks' long-term targets?
These (the poster and the ones replying "thanks") are spammers trying to sell subscription to their penny stock service. I just put them on ignore