funny how one off all street broker dealer was touting this stock and ed's turnaround capabilities when the stock was trading above 30. in the land of the blind, everyone is blind. i would like to find a reason to put money behind this company but i'm wating til the option prices, i mean the common stock prices, get closer to fair value. right now, volatility is mispriced because i don't foresee any catalysts along the way, just spin stories.
i have better things to do than deal with a sick old man. i'm sorry that you go through what you consider the agony of life. if you want to provide an address, perhaps i can arrange for an agency to help you. otherwise, find a hobby. it can help make life more enjoyable.
hello55888 - you have been identified as an anti-semite. what is the origin of your feelings? did this hatred emerge because your father, uncle or priest did things to you when you were a young boy and you need someone else to take your anger out on? perhaps they came about through a lifetime of under perfomance - in everything - school, career, with women, with existence? is this unhappiness a side effect of loneliness? perhaps you should then buy a dog...if your cash flow allows you to maintain such an activity? do not buy a dog if you are the sort of person who inflicts pain on animals as an outlet of your sense of failure in life. goodbye hello55888. you have been identified.
Someone needs to give management some sniffing salts and a punch in the stomach. Let's start working on shareholder returns because so far, this investment stinks. Let's start selling some properties and realizing this market value gain that you claim exists. Next, let's take some of that money and buy back the shares. Once you've competed that task, sell off the corpus and just get the shareholders back their money. Managment, you're failing your shareholders and I want to foreclose on your rights to manage!!!!
Let me start off by saying that you all are smarter than me, but if you ask me, this stock looks a little rich. Super levered. Trading at a higher expected EV/EBITDA versus where similar companies have traded - doesn't look like the expected EBITDA is going to be realized...a concern for an overly levered company. Weaker than expected earnings this quarter pushed the stock to 12.15 on 5/8. Now word that a NY hedge fund manager has a stake in it launches the stock price to over 15. Combine that with 15mm shares sold short, Ron Perlman indirectly owning 34mm shares, top 10 institutions holding 31.49mm shares, a share count of 85.82mm shares, a float of 36.7mm shares, a 3 month average trading volume of 1.28mm shares, and 72,839 contracts written on the 15 call for months June to January, and I think that we are getting ready for some interesting price action. Hello volatility!