That's sounds right. Thanks for your post.
I am surprised that there are any warrants left with an average exercise price of $8.00. At $23.97 they had a triple, rounded
and didn't take it. So we have some big money that thinks Pixie is worth a lot, not just you and I and
Kelly and Balding. LOL
It's always good to keep up to date on this:
"As of November 11, 2014, there were 24,484,605 shares of Pacific Ethanol, Inc. common stock, $0.001 par value per share, outstanding."
So that should be latest number of shares outstanding as you read this.
How does this sound Shorty?
From the 10Q:
"We retired a total of $64.8 million in debt in the nine months ended September 30, 2014, eliminating all parent level debt and reducing our consolidated third-party debt at the Pacific Ethanol Plant level to $17.0 million."
Can you twist that so it looks bad, Mr. Pessimist?
I found this in the 10Q regarding warrants:
Warrant Exercises – From October 1, 2014 through November 11, 2014, certain holders exercised warrants in cash for an aggregate of 155,000 shares of the Company’s common stock for aggregate cash payments to the Company of $944,000.
A summary as of November 11, 2014 of outstanding warrants, which the Company recorded at fair value, with a weighted-average exercise price of $8.00, is as follows:
Issuance Date Expiration Date Exercise Price Warrants Outstanding
09/26/2012 09/26/2015 $8.85 473,000
07/3/2012 07/03/2017 $6.09 236,000
12/13/2011 12/13/2016 $8.43 138,000
Still looking for warrants priced or exercised at $19.00.. NK should have explained that a little more when he
mentioned it in the CC.
Those are my iD's and 'there' is a legitimate reason for each one!
I speak the honest truth to or about, anyone I want to, and some of them
have been known to get angry and stalk me all over the internet afterwards.
Some of them have stalked me because I stood up for Kelly and
Also, I believe Yahoo! allows up to 12 identities. Why do they have
that policy? Ask them. Ask them to do away with it. That would be
fine with me if they did.
I am the person who recommended to Kelly that she buy shares of
Pacific Ethanol (PEIX) and at first she said she didn't like the idea of making
ethanol out of corn. She did some research and the rest is history and
everyone is lucky to have her on this board, to a certain extent.
"Their are only few on this board like Kell,"
Jon. at least let me teach you how to use there, their and they're.
I'd be glad to help and you could tell your friends that you were instructed by
the very best.
Trix is for kids. You knew that was coming didn't you.
But thanks for your input. I am going to study up.
You don't mind a little more competition, do you?
I know I should always pay attention to the charts, but I find it sickening.
The reason charts work is because so many traders believe they will.
Just give ma a cup of good coffee, handle or no handle.
I will work on that; thanks for reminding me.
Kel, I hope you still have BGCP. This is their time to do well as well as
pay a nice dividend. I like that Howard Lutnik. He says he loves volatility
because they (we) need it to make good money.
I can't can't get used to trading Pixie. I started buying at $14.56 yesterday
and I was still buying at $13.96 today. I bought the most at $13.96, which
is usually not the case for me or for most people, for that matter.