The agencies r rounding up all the past and present finance folks and taking depositions .There has been a ton and will take time .They will padlock any and all location .The plane will be booted ge is a flight risk for certain .
"Compared to the average Military Jet, which costs $55,200,000, the Lockheed F-16 Fighting Falcon is: $38,200,000 cheaper (a 69% margin) Compared to the average cost for all Military aircraft, which is $54,200,000, the Lockheed F-16 Fighting Falcon costs: $37,200,000 less (a 69% margin)"
Not worth any of the risk .
A R/S is the easy way out and that is exactly what GE will do it won't help as u point out"Management has to fix the issues." GE would have to admit to making mistakes and he isn't man enough to do that .
Grey Sheets Trading
Should be Avoided
Grey Sheets, also spelled "Gray Sheets," and also known as the "Gray Market" is another category of OTC stocks that is completely separate from Pink Sheets and the OTCBB.
The differences are as follows . . .
Unlike other financial markets,
• No recent bid or ask quotes are available because no market makers share data or quote such stocks. There is no quoting system available to record and settle trades.
All Grey sheet trading is moderated by a broker and done between consenting individuals at a price they agree on. The only documentation that can be publicly found regarding the trades is when the last trade took place.
• No SEC registration and little SEC regulation. Regulation of Grey Sheet stocks takes place mainly on a state level. Unlike Pink Sheets, these stocks have no SEC registration to possess a stock symbol or to possess shares, or trade shares, of that stock.
• Such penny stocks, similar to Pink Sheets, are not required to file SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) financial and business reports.
• These stocks may not be solicited or advertised to the public unless a certain number of shares are qualified to be traded publicly under 504 of Regulation D.
• Extremely Illiquid. Gray sheet trading is infrequent, and for good reason... Difficult to trade, not advertised, difficult to follow the price, the least regulation possible, hard to find any information on the stock, very small market cap, little history, and most such stocks do not yet offer public shares; so shares of such stocks are commonly privately held.
The lack of information (bids, history, financial reports) alone causes most investors to be very skeptical of Gray Sheets and avoid them altogether. Grey sheets trading is rarely made by Extraordinary Investors.
• Shares of such penny stocks are privately held and restricted from being sold publicly unless such company files a 504 of Regulation D and meets basic qualifications;
Basher my a $$ "SEC Warns Magnum Hunter of Possible Enforcement Action ..." This is facts not fiction .ur d/d is off by a mile .The FBI is the enforcement arm of the SEC .The rest of ur post is nonsense .
"The New York Stock Exchange announced today that the staff of NYSE Regulation, Inc. has determined to commence proceedings to delist the common stock of Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation (NYSE: MHR) — ticker symbol MHR – from the NYSE. Trading in the Company’s common stock will be suspended immediately. The Company’s common stock is no longer suitable for listing based on “abnormally low” price levels, pursuant to Section 802.01D of the Listed Company Manual.
Separately, NYSE Regulation has also determined to immediately suspend trading and commence delisting proceedings with respect to the following preferred issues (the “Preferred Stock”) that are listed on the NYSE MKT. " this isn't bashing these r facts .what r u trying to pull ?