I agree, but they own a big chunk of the company and you would think it would in their best interest to comply with listing rules. At one time I had a 110% profit in this stock but let it ride and regret that decision. They have done a great job paying down the seneca portfolio cost but at the expense of purchasing new paper.
The thing that puzzles me is they keep finding more oil, the price of oil is high but they project about the same production levels going forward. Why not ramp up production and profits asap? What are they waiting for?
Hasn't Astafunding been threatened with delisting before by NASDAQ Global Market Select? Why can't they meet the listing requirements on time, their competitors seem able to. Do they have some unique requirement that makes it difficult to get the paper done on time?
The frustrating thing I have found with GTE is they have been releasing what appears to be game changing news like new formations below ones they had already discovered, oil fields that are larger than originally thought, new properties they have acquired, etc. and yet actual production grows only 5 or 10%. Two companies similar to GTE namely Pluspetrol and Perenco started out small too and then grew their production to 180,000 and 290,000 barrels per day. That's what is missing with GTE. Two big problems for GTE, I think, are the Colombian Marxists and the confiscatory Argentina government.
I like PVTB. The paid off their TARP loan, disposed of most of their bad loans, and appear to be posised to increase their earnings substantially this coming year.
Under Yahoo finance for Allstate the key statistics on the balance sheet show $3.52 billion in cash and $6.06 in debt. Do you feel those numbers are wrong
Does it bother anyone else that Allstate is borrowing the money for the $2 billion stock buyback while they apparently have $3.5 billion in cash and already have $6 billion in debt? Sounds like Obamanomics.deficit spending.
You would think if they were making any progress getting financing or winning contracts they would be glad to share the news. Does anyone have any knowledge about this company they can share?
Colombia must now execute the same plan they used to take down Pablo Escober. They have to go after the people supplying money, weapons and protection to FARC. Once they do FARC will dry up and wither away.
It seems to me that MS management is at best mediocre and the Board of Directors not aggressive enough demanding better performance of them.
in the distribution of generic vesrsion of ACTOS. Watson has an agreement with Takeda to deliver this drug on August 15th so what is the problem with the FDA. They appear to be working against the best interests of people afflicted with this disease that need this drug.