At the time of the spin-off, TLN-Wi had a PPS of $20.06; the number of shares you were apportioned times the $20.06 was what was deducted from the value of your position in PPL. The value of your position before this deduction, was the number of shares of PPL that you owned times it's pre-split PPS of $34.77. Hope I got this right, and I probably don't (heavy sigh).
I would guess I have put that nut on ignore under about 20 different nicknames so far. What would irritate me the most was when he would post the same message over and over.
Since RJS is a private corporation, the uninformed, can have no idea as to the value of TLN. All i have been able to dig up so far, is that RJS currently owns about 8 gas fired power plants.
I understand their suit, if any, is to be against the Board of Directors. Look who is chairman of the board as well as CEO. Reminds me of congress setting their own salary.
In spite of the .13 EPS over consensus.
I wonder how that switch to COF from AXP at Costco Canada is affecting EPS. Did that subject come out in the conference call?. I can imagine significant startup costs.
Seems very suspect since the stock dropped from 37.06 to 34.81 during regular day trading on the day (Apr 21) that earnings were not to be announced until after market close. SMCI volume that day was 3 times the normal volume. The Nasdaq that day was up a bit. Obviously some of the heavy hitters got the word before they were supposed to.