And I'm talking the same amounts. So if there was 10 mil. The 10 mil is basically split 100 ways to the upside, while the downside is only split amongst 10
With the market as a whole, what % of the invested make money on stocks going down, vs stocks going up? So for example, on this stock? I wouldn't be surprised that for every 100 investors, like most of us here probably, or possibly entities……., that make money on the move up…..., How many make money on the stock going down?
Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if the ratio is 100:10
So to the upside, there's 100 investors of some type making money to the upside, while only 10 investors/entities making money on the downside.
And I think the downside investors are richer with capital to invest
Now I agree with you to a large extent
The only offsetting factor is time and being ok with waiting it out, even if 10 years
I believe its just games playing with minds, setting up manipulation, maybe getting stops that were in, and reactive selling
The movement gets people talking, worried, frustrated, uncertain, and they have the backing of money and time
Don't disagree, but who knows over what time period?
In the interim, the Manipulators have time to play with….November 10th, and the company's in silent period until approx mid November
Aside from the one day jump, this has been coordinated for 3 months if not longer
So en banc is a granted or deny decision.
If granted, about how far off would the hearing be, and is that a single event, or drawn out over some time period?
So do you know what happens upon en banc decision?
If successful, does it simply reverse the prior ruling, or does it basically start a new trial process over again?
If unsuccessful - that's it. It's done?
The reason I ask is to understand the process, so to better anticipate management's plan for selling.
If some new long process begins, I'm sure they will be selling their legal limits as quickly as they can on any pop that might come from this.
Well sounds like he….. Draws The Line!.... @ $0.96 cents with the strategic stock options dump
0.76 is just too low even tho it's still free money.
The answer tho maybe???……………………Issue more Options!!!!!
You're blind if you don't consider the possibility?
They sell, and they always sell, whether little amounts or not. Most have "never" bought with their own money…Why do they need to?
And then one day the stock pops to $5 on a win decision
Most would think a positive for the company going forward, and what they worked for?
And they can't sell fast enough, material amounts, basically to their legal limits, or moral limits since after all, these are the company leaders in charge of creating shareholder value?
Whether admit it now or not, that's when everyone was told that was basically the most shareholder value they were going to create for a long time, and it's been down hill ever since.
If they can get this thing to pop on enbanc? You probably should be ready to sell, because they'll probably be fighting you to get to the front of the line.
Did their management sell and siphon their option shares at every legal opportunity???? And nary an Insider purchase to reflect their commitment?? My guess is they stayed all in with that type of commitment as you say