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carlo29california 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 16, 2014 5:48 PM Member since: Jul 28, 2012
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    by carlo29california Jul 15, 2014 9:19 PM
    carlo29california carlo29california Jul 16, 2014 5:48 PM Flag

    XYZ, I do not doubt the next earnings but remember the debt and legal fees must be paid first before any real revenue/profits is considered. Standard General is thinking years ahead for their investors and triple returns (if you are long). it does not take a genius to know APP is a good brand and has the ability to make money. I say, keep doing business as usual and when the dust clears and a take over is imminent, then long and short-term investors can be reassured this to run up $2 to $3 by next QE. Why I think $0.90's because the newly vested retail investors day traders will be in and out during this momentarily play period and will in fact retrace for a minor correction as Bluecatt20 explained.

  • carlo29california by carlo29california Jul 15, 2014 9:19 PM Flag

    DOV out and stay with Standard General to revamp company. APP/Standard General will settle short-term debts, keep sales/revenues a float, and keep the business model intact to maintain and keep improving the brand overall. Remember, Standard said they are not committed nor making any absolute promises that DOV should or will stay. The true agenda is for Standard General to take over and in transition. Trade the volatility but will retrace back to $0.90'/exhaustion point. Reload at those prices/hold and until a definite take-over. Daily news will dictate price action until any and all matters settles.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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