"I do think"
"in the mean time"
"There could be"
Lots of solid investment advice in just one short paragraph. Were you Mr. Golden's ghost writer for his 18 page book how he saved swhc???
dividends in comparison to what swhc stock price is. Around $8.50 in past 6 years.
Cunundrum...swhc or RGR?
LOL, just goofin.....RGR of course!!
tommy, if you would take about 18 minutes to read Golden's published book (18 pages long...honest injun!!!) you'd see what an egomaniac he really is.
He wanted swhc to be another GE.
sadly he is still around taking $Millions$ from the bagholders every quarter:(
made a move higher.
Guess he was done counting short shares. It's hard to count that many shares with just ten fingers and ten toes. He says he had to recount many times. Plus his feet were getting cold with no socks on.
No-one appreciates the lengths equity_360 goes to to bring us the breaking news about short shares:(
This latte is for you and your toes equity_360!
Big Boyz sold at $13 when Insiders told them they would use $100 million to temporarily pump up the stock to sell their Options.
Insty's piled on the sell side.
Smart people bailed at $11.00. Insiders and people Insiders told sold at $13.
Pretty simple huh?
Been bashing since $9.75 or so. Been long and short, also Puts and Calls.
I make money.
wow....one of you fools actually talked to I.R.???
Love equity_360 throwing out all these hypothesis that could be easily confirmed or dismissed by just a simple phone call to I.R..
Better yet is all the schmucks that entertain the fool.
Good for you rcorriv2001.
tired of me beating you up as the provo_punk or were you just re-counting the # of shares again???!!!!!
LOL....not making that one up!
Where do you people come from "Taking time off to count shares"......that was a classic equity_360!!!
lol. Love how you divert attention away from topic:)
How did you deduce that I sold $11 Calls from stating factual truth about who pays lawsuit fees and the fact that the $100 MILLION buyback is still underwater where avg. cost swhc paid was $11.09?
p.s. who is the "WE" in the 10-K filing equity_360?
I guess equity_360, er, I mean provo_punk is too stupefied to answer!?
Hey equity_360! When you gonna show your face again? When swhc gets over the wasted, cost-basis Tender price of $11.09???
See prior answer to your "Definition"....lol....you're giving me a "definition" instead of an answer. Too funny you schmuck!
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