So Neal, your takeaway is that management has no real interest or commitment to the company whatsoever, nor belief in the ultimate value or success of CS, not having purchased any shares themselves in the long period of time that you describe, is that right? So then it's just a big salary check for them for as long as they can muster by unloading stock to others on the open market through the stock sale program ... is that more or less where you are coming from?
How can they be paying themselves such salaries with the company in such a dire place? Do they think it's just some kind of parlor game? And with that they're not even buying their own company's cheap stock with any of that high wage ... now that they've disclosed the business plan, once again, there is nothing to stop them.from doing so.
... and he didn't get to that here before its breakout, missing the move entirely.
Oh well, not to feel too bad, he can always take heart in his Vale.
... that management said they intended to pursue in each of their last two quarterly conference calls? By now shareholders should have been informed about the outcome, and preparations regarding the finalization of DCTH's broader clinical trial using Gen 2.
... but come they will,
How about putting on both sides of the debate ... or is that being too thorough or respectable for cnbc
(i think we all know the answer)
CNBC is full of jerks without journalism degrees - you put on voices from both sides of an issue, if you aim for any kind of impartiality or respectability.
... and I believe they will. gd luck
"lots of people do not understand" ... including Cramer, who no doubt right now wishes he had done his homework
Look at the last four quarters - missing estimates one quarter by a large margin, and then beating handily the next, and then repeating the same pattern again and again ...
why so sporadic? Is it so difficult for these fuel cell/alt. energy companies to reliably forecast revenues and growth?
Still regularly messing up and displaying wrong quotes ... need to do some maintenance
I'd say it's 'bout time,
gd luck, xroads
Akon, an outsider saying that 'it's a warrants play' on the part of Sabby is misleading or misinformed at best ... unless one is the official company spokesperson. Once again, one doesn't buy a warrant to guarantee the right to acquire a stock at .44, when you can already by volumes down here now in the low .30s.
Unless of course you have reason to believethat it may for some reason propel higher -
gd luck, xroads
I think we both know that the old story about management in these kind of situations 'not being able to talk so as not to reveal their hand' is largely plain b*ll.