What's your proof of that? Why would CI bother to accumulate over 16% of the common stock if he was somehow going to cheat shareholders, himself including. If you are going to post dribble about stealing the company, please explain so we can consider your reasoning.
With Ci holding millions of shares, I can't see how he could benefit without taking us along for the ride.
This is the best news we could get. With Icahn's son on the board, we avoid a nasty and costly fight with management. Although the stock is not doing much today, I believe we will see an eventual pop. Barron's should report it in this weeks edition. Now if we can just get the morons in Washington to open the government, we could all get back to making money.
I would like to hear what the company has to say about these appointments. Evidently there has been a lot of talking behind the scenes. Ricci must have changed his thinking about the poison pill situation. He and the board must have agreed to work with Icahn on a way to enhance Nuance's value.
Here we go. Let the speculation begin. Obviously Icahn and Ricci have cut some kind of deal regarding the direction of Nuan. Should be interesting. IMHO.
Just a matter of time before CI becomes active. He doesn't buy millions of shares in a company to lose money without a fight. He sees an opportunity here.
That will come sooner than you think. If CI intends to run a slate for the Board, I expect he is going to have to start building support. Things should start hitting the fan next month for sure. IMHO.
He has withdrawn his oposition to the Dell deal. That should give him time to focus on Nuan. I doubt he wants to let the annual meeting go by without making his play. Greed and the lust for money is a powerful motivator.
Pot is holding up nicely. Fertilizer demand is only going to increase, and Pot's diversification should help it rebound strongly. The dividend is a nice little perk and a costly factor for those foolish enough to short.
The intrigue continues. The one thing set in stone, so to speak, is the annual meeting. As we approach the meeting, CI will most likely have laid his cards on the table. It is not like him to sit back and be passive for a long time. Nuan is at a turning point, and the time is ripe to make the most of its dominance in the VR sector.
Had a pretty strong run yesterday, but the nonsense in Washington is bringing everything down. I may add some if the drop worsens.
I sure would.
Faber is certainly going to follow this up on this meeting as much as Cook and Icahn will let him. Apple does phones and tablets very well. Is that enough? Google, Msft, etc. seem to be diversifying. Would it make sense for Apple to buy Nuan? I don't know, but I would expect the topic will come up in. It has been mentioned openly for some time, so it would seem like something that would have to come up. CI has played Nuan close to the vest. Maybe this is where he lays out his cards. Since it reportedly coincides with the time in which he can run a slate for Nuan's board, it just adds more intrigue to the situation. IMHO.
Monday's meeting seems perfectly timed. Based on what is happening since the announcement, speculation should abound about whether Nuan will get mentioned. I wonder if Ricci is OK with the possibility of being taken out by Apple. Maybe that is why CI has been "passive" so far.
Anything up here? NWBI has already passed it normal trading volume and it is just lunch time. I had read where the stock could be acquired a while back in Barron's. Maybe a deals in the works. Just my speculation. IMHO.
I expect Nuan will move up toward the end of the week. If Icahn is going to mount a challenge, I expect he will get on it as soon as he can. CI could have some real positive news (tweets) coming out on Monday morning. IMHO.
I expect that the stock may firm up with the nomination window opening. If and when CI announces a slate for the Bd., I expect Nuan will get a lot of attention from the talking heads. The stock should break through 20 on that news. CI holds the cards right now, and he knows it.