Certainly is important. Will also be interesting to see if management purchases shares as they did in the last offering. The insider buys don't show up in regular reporting for some reason; imagine because they are a foreign company.
Cash wise. I don't know. I can see the need for additional equity and they said that in the last conference call too. Cash is up over last quarter too due to the one-time gain they recorded. The cash need is driven by the increase in accounts receivable. Not an altogether bad problem.
Share price decline is driven by overhang of share issuance in my opinion. Anyone who didn't see the share issuance coming wasn't paying attention. I thought they would wait until later in 2014 or perhaps early 2015. I was wrong on that count. Results though, were in line with what I expected.
Projecting revenues of $105 to $150 million as they exit year (in other words, next two quarters). Will range from mildly profitable to around $10 million (after tax). Certainly something negative could happen but I don't see it coming out of South America, the source of their problems over the last year so it would have to be somewhere else.
Book value is $2.03. Thought it would be a little higher than that.
Now if they could trade at the same level as DRWI it would translate into around $6 a share. Bit of an exaggeration but not much.
Boy they sure do extend good payment terms to their customers. If they could get that under control they wouldn't need to issue shares.
Really took a big hit in Latin American sales. Don't guess that was a surprise. Made it up pretty much across the board elsewhere. Took another $2 million hit in currency devaluation. Didn't really provide earnings guidance but I'm guessing they'll be break even to mildly profitable.
No word on number of shares to be issued. Hoping they keep it down to 10 million but can't say it would surprise me if it were 20 million.
Down around 4% in Israel.
Would be interesting to know what drove the decision. Obviously they have been cutting it close but barring a problem it would seem they are open to a lawsuit. So did a problem occur? I don't honestly know but if I were a supplier to Dragonwave I would have demanded up-front payment.
I did an actual standard deviation calculation. Over the last two years it has been 65% They had better use something close to that in the financial statements or explain it really well.
Adjusting the std. deviation rate down to 65% results in a net value of $1.28. Interestingly if you plug in $1.60 as the share price it results in $1.60 which was Friday's close. If I had received the right to buy the shares I would have shorted the shares down to around $1.60 even if I didn't know anything about the company just to lock in the gain.
Valuing the warrant is obviously difficult but I plugged it into a Black-Scholes model with the following values:
Stock Price $1.80 (was $1.87) prior to deal being announced so I was conservative.
Exercise Price of Option $2.25 (price is adjustable in certain situations such as follow-on stock offerings but at least there aren't any full-blown toxic elements in this offering).
Number of years is two.
Risk-free interest rate 0.5% (.005)
Standard deviation of 83% (Yahoo beta)
Value of Call $0.69
Price of shares $1.80
I don't pretend to know everything about valuing options. The share price has obviously declined far below $1.80 and I didn't do a calculation of the standard deviation (just used Yahoo beta) but I'd say it is probably a pretty reasonable calculation.
I'd say that is likely accurate. This sort of thing is always messy but it is still somewhat rare to see such contradictions aired in public.
The last one was $1.20 per share after all the adjustments were taken into consideration. They are "fudgers" when it comes to stock offerings.
They can indeed move the price but it very rarely sticks. Have to give it three to six months.
Last time there was a ratchet provision so if share price went down buyers got more shares. Doesn't appear as though there is one this time although I didn't read all regulatory filings so maybe it is there and I missed it.
Normally I'd say yes except that I think he is "fudging" all over the place. I wouldn't believe anything he said before the PSC. From what I've read that is more or less what the PSC members are saying.
In the end I don't know how politicized the PSC is. They could wind up getting something even though they don't deserve it. If the legislature gave them something I'd say that is more or less fair even though I don't like that sort of graft.
I always have trouble posting links but if you Google St. Louis Business Journal and Noranda you should see the article.
Also, was interesting. I read an affidavit submitted by Kip Smith who said that they are going to fail one of their debt covenants unless they get the rate relief at the end of the third quarter. The fact that they fail the debt covenant really shouldn't factor in to the decision in my opinion given their high debt level. Tends to indicate that after a bankruptcy filing the creditors wouldn't have any trouble operating it on a cash flow positive basis. I've not read all the documents but those are disclosed by the Missouri Public Service Commission.
Yea they definitely knew. I was also wondering about whether or not the underwriters are maintaining the appropriate firewalls within their organizations. The HC Wainright analyst was way over the top in terms of "kissing-up" in that last call. At least CIBC tried to appear neutral.
I've not read the filing. Wonder if it has any of the toxic elements the last financing had. Tend to doubt it does.
I'd buy if the share price was 60 cents. Anything more than that is wishful thinking although there are a number of dreamers out there.
Can understand the need for the offering and they might as well bite the bullet.
What I can't understand is the need to mislead investors with this unit garbage. Just sell the shares at whatever price the market will take without warrants and without any ratchet provisions.