Since your butting into a discussion that does not involve you, what makes you think I want to talk to tradergirl????
I'm simply responding to:
"She has never hidden her email from this board."
Is asking what her email is, not a reasonable question to that response?
I mean shoot, Oliver is offering it!
And that apparently is Oliver's entire basis for stating tradergirl is a "professional equities trader"
They are paying themselves more for not leaving and going to another company, not listening to the recruiter calls they are getting, or checking the job ads and sending their resumes out.
They know they could make more money elsewhere, but no, they are being dedicated to Vringo, and therefore compensating themselves for their sacrifice and making it worth their while to stay for the leadership of this company.
Does that work ?????
You're an intra-day flip-flopper who's been wrong on everything
You bought this high, bailed low, bought high again, and bailed low again
You bought high on WDDD, then bailed lower, then backed up the truck at .07, and now you're sitting at .02
Don't care for the Board changes. Time will tell, but few positives happened with the two who are exiting while they were on it.
"It's all over now..."
Why now? The referenced KPMG stamp was first included ....... at least one year ago.
Our report on the consolidated financial statements dated March 16, 2015 contains an explanatory paragraph that the Company has suffered recurring losses from operations and negative cash flows from operating activities and may not have sufficient cash or available sources of liquidity to support operating requirements that raises substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a going concern. The consolidated financial statements do not include any adjustments that might result from the outcome of this uncertainty.
New York, New York
March 16, 2015
Definitions of feist
A nervous belligerent little mongrel dog, mongrel, mutt
an inferior dog or one of mixed breed
A silent (but pungent) fart (flatus)
I guess I should be flattered that you direct chapters my way, holy cow
What little day trader tunnel vision you have depends on the corner which you stand in
Oh, and since you couldn't do the math, 137%!!!
You're a bit high on those
From A FIFO standpoint, maybe it's not all that impressive
But this 100+% move with strong volume days ....... well it helped alot!!!!!
Remember you really trying hard to manipulate those willing to remain patient and "double down"
Glad I ignore your spew, and trust what I've learned.
Hope you bought my shares..... Wouldn't that be funny
Will be interesting to see what happens with VRNG going forward with their business options
Still believing it can be positive, and maybe a good story
Glad management is not dumping shares anymore every chance they get
This is when they would have done it
Will be watching for that, but I don't think Cliff would appreciate that now
Hope you and your ZTE take a good hit as the troubles there look to be much bigger than they ever dealt with from VRNG :):):)
1. removed convertible feature, meaning no additional dilution of equity
2. extended maturity date through June 2017
3. lowered monthly interest payments
4. provide us with enhanced flexibility
5. remove potential overhang in the stock...."we believe"
Enhanced flexibility for what?
And probably goes without saying but IMO, adding Abbe was not a choice, it was part of the deal
ZTE Halted From Trade After Report of U.S. Export Curbs
The stock closed 3.5 percent higher at HK$14.16 on Friday, and are down almost 20 percent since the start of 2016 in a weak Hong Kong market. No reason was given in the trading halt Monday morning.
“The restrictions, if implemented, will cause significant supply problems to ZTE given its major trading relationships,” Jefferies Hong Kong Ltd. analysts led by Cynthia Meng wrote Monday, saying the stock will come under pressure as the market awaits clarification. Other suppliers included Microsoft Corp. and International Business Machines Corp., the analysts wrote.
“ZTE can purchase chipsets outside of the U.S. for some low-end handset products, but that remains a small portion of total revenue.”
Chinese firm ZTE has said its US suppliers must now apply for a licence to provide the firm with any materials.
The announcement came after the US announced restrictions against ZTE for alleged violations of US export controls on Iran.
China said on Tuesday it held "resolute opposition" to the move.
ZTE is the second-biggest supplier of telecommunications equipment in China after Huawei.
The Shenzhen firm is known for its smartphones, however, it also makes semiconductors, and other products.
It was estimated to hold about 3.5% of the world's smartphone market last year and US based Qualcomm is one of its biggest suppliers.
On Sunday, Reuters news agency reported the the US was set to place export restrictions on ZTE for allegedly violating sanctions on Iran.
The Chinese firm's Hong Kong-listed shares were then halted from trade on Monday and have not resumed trading since.
The US Commerce Department then said in a statement on Monday that ZTE, and its related companies, had set up a scheme to circumvent sanctions and export controlled items to Iran.
ZTE Corporation, together with its subsidiaries ZTE Kangxun Telecommunications, ZTE Parsian and Beijing 8-Star International have all been added to the so-called entity list by the US, with effect from 8 March 2016.
China's commerce ministry said on Tuesday the move would "severely affect normal operations of Chinese companies".
"China will continue negotiating with the US side on this issue," it said on its website.
ZTE said on Wednesday it was "conducting a thorough assessment on the potential impacts of the restriction measures on the business and [its operations]".
In 2012, A US congressional panel warned that both ZTE and Huawei posed a security threat to the US. The warning followed an investigation into the two companies, however both firms denied the accusations.