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careful_investor_wins 830 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 14, 2015 4:44 PM Member since: Apr 8, 2004
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  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 14, 2015 4:44 PM Flag

    I would not even buy the REIT that the CEO is playing with. You will be played by the CEO just like what he did with this company. He will not care much about the company but only his own profits. He will use all methods to shift money from the company to his own pocket. And if you think about it, what is the value of a REIT that is renting to this bankruptcy candidate company? I would rather own a proven growth REIT like PEB. PEB is a lot safer.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins by careful_investor_wins Apr 14, 2015 3:46 PM Flag

    Stock pumpers of this company often exaggerated the values of the real estate. They only told you about how much the real estate were worth, but they did not mention anything about how much debts and liabilities this company also owed. It is like bragging about living in a million dollar mansion, but did not mention the two million dollar upside down mortgage. Let me do a simple comparison and it should be real clear how extremely overpriced this stock is.
    PEB stock price is only $44 with $2.48 per share of earnings estimate for this year and reported 22% sales growth rate and 46% earnings growth rates year-over-year.
    This junk stock price is $43 with $9.32 per share of expected LOSSES estimate for this year and reported 23% year-over-year DECLINE in sales and gigantic losses every quarter.
    PEB has $1.7 billion dollars of net tangible assets left for the stockholders while the stock market cap is only $3.2 billion dollars.
    This junk is already $3.3 billion dollars NEGATIVE in net tangible assets, so there is really nothing left for the stockholders while the stock market cap has a bubble valuation of $4.6 billion dollars.
    It is not hard to see how overpriced this junk is with the comparison above. It is plain stupid to own this worthless junk at $43 when you can own a real good and profitable growth REIT like PEB at $44.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 14, 2015 3:25 PM Flag

    Yes, GM bankruptcy was not typical, but bankruptcy wipes out shareholders are the same in every case. Kodak, MCI, several airlines, etc. shareholders all got wiped out clean when those companies went bankrupt and stocks went down to $0. Every company drags bankruptcy to the end, not just RadioShack. This company is already $3 BILLION dollars NEGATIVE in net tangible assets. It should have filed bankruptcy long ago if not because the CEO had not totally squeeze money out of it yet. But the CEO already did a dirty loan to this junk last year and charged excessive fees and high interest rates to profit from it, and he is selling everything to make sure his loan will be paid back entirely. And now he is shifting all the assets he wants out of this company into his own REIT as well, so this company will be ready for bankruptcy when all the shuffles are done. There is no more lemon juice can be squeezed out of this lemon after the REIT shuffles. It will be ready for bankruptcy declaration. This ATM will have no more money left for the CEO to steal after the REIT shuffles.
    How funny you did not complain when stock pumpers did not bring anything new to the board and regurgitating false information daily. LOL.
    And yes, this is just a small part of my holdings, I have about 30 positions and this is just one of my positions on the short side. No careful investors would put all eggs in the same basket. My long stocks like BIIB, FB, GILD, SWKS, VIPS, YY, BX, MDVN, PEB, LCI, etc. are all super growth companies. Just try to balance with super losers like this company in case the market turns south.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 14, 2015 2:29 PM Flag

    LOL. Go check out what "holdup value" previous GM investors got when it went bankrupt. Or even more recently, go check out the "holdup value" of RadioShack now, and you will understand why I said this stock should be trading as a penny stock. LOL. If the market participants all know what the real value should be all the time, then there is no money to be made. It is when a penny stock like this is trading at lofty price level of $43, that is where a lot of money can be made by short selling this junk.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 14, 2015 11:50 AM Flag

    That is right. SHLD will own absolutely garbage locations when all the shuffles are done. All the good assets are sold off. And that is when it is ready for bankruptcy. It is plain silly to own this stock and really owning NOTHING.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 14, 2015 11:04 AM Flag

    Do not mistaken market strength as stock strength. This company has been losing money every quarter for years. This is a junk stock. But the market has been bullish for years, and that makes all stocks (including junk stocks like this) to go up. But sooner or later stock prices will correct to their true values ($0 worth for this stock). It is always the short-term misprices of stocks that make it possible for smart investors to be able to take advantage of the misprices and make money.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 13, 2015 3:06 PM Flag

    This bankruptcy candidate is already $3.3 billion dollars NEGATIVE in the net tangible assets and the hole is still getting bigger and bigger every quarter. This company is already a debtors' company. The stockholders here own NOTHING. This stock should really be trading as a penny stock. It is plain silly to pay $43 for this bankruptcy candidate. 99.99% of the companies on the market have better financials than this. It is really dumb to still own this bankruptcy candidate that has not been reporting one singly penny of profit for years. It is not like there is no warning sign at all. It has been losing money EVERY QUARTER for years. If you still own this bankruptcy candidate, you will only have yourself to blame when it eventually files for bankruptcy and wipes out everything you own.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins by careful_investor_wins Apr 13, 2015 2:50 PM Flag

    It is very silly to buy this stock for REIT reason because you will NOT own any REIT by buying this stock. In fact, you will lose assets to the REIT the CEO owns. The REIT shuffles are tricks to move assets out of this company into the REIT the CEO owns. When all the shuffles are done, this company will have not many assets left. The owner here will be left with a totally empty company with a lot higher expenses due to increased rent payment, and this company will be ready for bankruptcy filing because there is nothing left that is worth anything. If you like to invest in REIT, buy existing proven successful REIT like PEB. Don't be silly to buy this bankruptcy candidate and getting NOTHING. This bankruptcy candidate should be trading as a penny stock. It is plain silly to pay $43 for this bankruptcy candidate company that has been losing money every quarter for years and own NOTHING when you can pay $44 and buy a real profitable good REIT like PEB. Sell this stock and buy PEB is what you should do if you like to invest in REIT.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 2, 2015 3:55 PM Flag

    That is right. Sears stores stink. Many lights are out. The air conditions do not work well. Not only the customers stay away, but also the employees stay away. LOL. There is no place for dying retail stores like Sears in this fast paced world. It is hopeless!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 2, 2015 1:39 PM Flag

    Trump has never filed personal bankruptcy. All the bankruptcy Trump had were corporate bankruptcy for the companies that he owned which did not affect his personal wealth by much. It is a game rich people play. Personally Trump has always been billionaire. Never bankrupt. Same thing will happen here. This company will be bankrupt and that will wipe out all silly longs here clean. But the CEO will still be filthy rich.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 2, 2015 12:37 PM Flag

    The billionaire CEO is not going to lose money no matter what happens. It is the stupid longs here that will lose money. The CEO made a killing to lend money to this company late last year and gauged the company with expensive fees and high interest rates. And then the CEO has been constantly selling off assets of this company to make sure his loan will be paid back without any problem. More than $1 BILLION dollars of net tangible assets disappeared last quarter alone. This company is the ATM of the CEO. The net tangible assets left for the share shareholders are now NEGATIVE $3 billion dollars. The shareholders own NOTHING here.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 2, 2015 11:37 AM Flag

    That is right. This company has been losing money EVERY DAY for years. It is hopeless here. It is plain silly to own this stock. 99.99% of the stocks on the market has better financials than this junk. After the CEO gets the assets he wants into his REIT, this company will be ready for bankruptcy. All current shareholders will be wiped out completely just like RadioShack. This stock should be trading as a penny stock!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 2, 2015 11:17 AM Flag

    When you have a billionaire CEO that is only thinking about how to enrich his own pocket, and don't really care about saving the retail business or employee jobs, it is indeed hopeless sad!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins by careful_investor_wins Apr 2, 2015 11:10 AM Flag

    Those who were stupid enough to bought the debts of this company need to file lawsuits against this company and the CEO ASAP! The CEO has been selling off assets that were supposed to be the guarantee for the debts, but they disappeared. And the pace of sell off assets is accelerating. More than one billion dollars' worth of net tangible assets disappeared last quarter alone. A chunk of the money went to the pocket of the CEO through his dirty scheme of high interest rate loan and fee last quarter. The REIT deal is another dirty scheme to move most valuable assets out of this company and into the CEO's REIT. If the debt holders do not file lawsuits now to get their money back from the CEO, they will have NOTHING valuable left in this company after the REIT deal is done.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 2, 2015 10:58 AM Flag

    That is right. For a company that is losing money EVERY quarter like this company, you need to value the company with net tangible assets in order to see how much the stockholders really own. Unfortunately, the net tangible assets here is already NEGATIVE by more than $3 billion dollars. It is a gigantic hole that is simply not possible to fix any more. The stockholders are owning NOTHING here. This company already belongs to the debtors. And even debtors will only get a few cents of worth out of each dollar that they invested back. The stockholders will have NOTHING left. $0.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 2, 2015 10:40 AM Flag

    All fools that bought this stock because of REIT hype are all trying to get out now because they now know the REIT is just a way for the CEO to shift assets out of this dying company into HIS REIT. LOL. There will be nothing valuable left here after the REIT deal is done. LOL. This company will be ready for bankruptcy after the REIT deal is closed. LOL.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 1, 2015 5:44 PM Flag

    The net value of this company is NEGATIVE $3 billion dollars.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 1, 2015 4:17 PM Flag

    BlackRock has been consistently selling this stock. It knows this company has not enough real estate values to pay off the debts and liabilities at all. BlackRock has almost fully sold out this stock already. It knows it has to get out of this junk.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • careful_investor_wins careful_investor_wins Apr 1, 2015 4:02 PM Flag

    Happy April Fools day!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • You should sell too. There is no way to prevent this company from going into bankruptcy. After the CEO gets the assets that he wants out of this company and into his REIT, this company will be ready for bankruptcy. All existing shareholders will be wiped out. This stock is worth $0.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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