You don't throw the baby out with the bath water.
I can see him doing right by his employees but aren't his employees shareholders? Did his stakeholders have a heads up on the Teva deal and bail?
I think he's just mess and the company is in trouble but he doesn't want to admit it. Probably because he's the trouble.
A shareholder owns part of a company through stock ownership, while a stakeholder is interested in the performance of a company for reasons other than just stock appreciation. Stakeholders could be: employees who, without the company, would not have jobs.
That's because it's a "Stakeholders" company not a "Shareholders" company. That's what Coury said in the Wall Street Journal and with attitude mind you.
Ah, they're just shakin the tree. It will be right back up. There's gonna be a whole lot of angry people when they get home and find out someone stole their stock. Don't use stops.
Wow, doesn't pay a dividend and the three year chart looks pretty darn good, just a slow and steady train. I don't think they want any help or advice.
I'm not a guy and save that potty mouth for your boyfriend. Just wait it out and see what happens. What else can you do, right?
No, why sell today? At least make them pay every penny. Some people are making a little money on this. It ain't me, I'm just gawking. It's sort of like a wreck, can't help but look. Sorry guys.
Counter what? They agreed. It's over, done, finished, stockholders got screwed. Be happy you got anything. Take it and buy a share or two of something good. Survival of the fittest.