I think we should award him zero cost options for such a wonderful job. That way, every quarter he can get 25,000 shares for free and at the same time sell them for $6. I have other stocks where they do that and management is horrible too (HLIT).....Join the great corporate rip off Condella. Everyone else is doing it. Zero cost options is the way to go. Every company does it now. Management gets rich and shareholders suffer!!!!
If you had your choice, would you want to continue to grant management huge amounts of stock at no cost (and their huge salary) to be able to retain these guys, or would you rather NOT give them all this free stuff and fear losing these geniuses to another company?
You know my answer already.......
Relax. Invest for the long term here. Don't out think yourself. This stock will be in the 30's sometime next year. Don't look at the stock ever hour. Risk/reward is tremendous here.
We must be hearing the same thing. I can't wait until next week. Good things are coming, despite the shorts and their hideous games............
I never buy a stock unless I calculate the risk/reward associated with buying that stock. The risk/reward is fantastic here. Great entry point. Nothing is sure in life and anything can come out of left field. However, you can't make investment decisions based on that !
That's right. Warren Buffet always says it's reprehensible when management prospers and shareholders suffer. Welcome to HLIT Warren.
Dr. Patrick J. Harshman , 49
Chief Exec. Officer, Pres and Director 951.00K 20.00K
Ms. Carolyn V. Aver , 55
Chief Financial Officer and Principal Accounting Officer 534.00K 0.00
Mr. Charles J. Bonasera , 56
Sr. VP of Operations 425.00K 0.00
Mr. George Stromeyer , 56
Sr. VP of Worldwide Sales 268.00K 0.00
Mr. Neven Haltmayer , 49
Sr. VP of R&D 432.00K 0.00
they don't care. They will spend their days on their yachts and at their mansions. They don't care about you. You're just a small shareholder. Isn't this the American way?
"hey daddy, how did we get so rich?" "well son, we worked hard to create value for our shareholders and then we were rewarded for that".