yes, without question. The company is better at selling their stock than their product. Reminds my Xybernaught back in the 90's.
the next dividend after this one is only 2 months after this goes ex-dividend (this one is 4 months from last). With buyback and dividends and no defaults, I see this over $11 within 30 days and possibly to $12 within 60 days
new dilutive offering which will be announced before 10K is due April 14 (due end of March but can get an extension)
FYI - Diker was only a small seller of 500 shares. so who was the big seller that enabled these guys to accumulate 1M+ shares?
No billy, this is the transition year. Keep spinning your lies billy. It seems to make you feel better about your miserable life.
How does RVM being a bad investment (so far) make this a good investment, BTW?
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wow. New large holder. There are now 2 1M+ holders. How did this not move higher on all this buying?
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did you read the same report I did? and read the CC transcript? Disaster. Guidance of almost no growth and decreased profits. No IP. 20% of clients are oil/gas. Bad geographical area. Highly overstaffed in comparison to peers; they need a 20% layoff.
Fine. Many companies limit you to 10% of your 401K in the company stock. Why kick out people who are in? Why not just bar new investments or limit to 10%? Why kick them out of CDK which has had a great run?
I think the real reason is ADP does not know how to admin stocks in their 401K and/or they make no fees of it. ADP likes to gouge their employees with fees on their 401K investments. They also didn't credit employees with the CDK dividend. How can ADP admin 401K's for other companies when they can't cheaply and accurately admin them for their own company?
agreed. If they miss and guide lower, it hits new lows. SBNY had a great report and has moved higher. I therefore conclude that chances are 80/20 for TAXI to move higher from here
Nice to see just days before they announce earnings. Any issues with Uber won't show up in last quarters numbers and that will be a serious blow to shorts. Short interest is down slightly but still substantial. Good earnings and outlook could create a short squeeze
Here's the math numbnuts:
25,000 shares CLCT bought at $11.50, sold at avg $24 = $312,500 profit. Also 7 X 32.5c dividends = $56,875.
RVM 80c loss (not realized) X 50,000 shares = $40,000 loss. I think I did OK last year.
The fact that you have a Roth IRA indicates you are poor and don't make yearly earnings to not qualify to participate in a Roth.
that's it? 15K shares? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
and you still haven't shown us the $2.30 buys, the $2.40 buys, the $2.80 buys, the $3.50 buys, the $4 buys.
we all remember when you said you were buying at those price. You are getting crushed here. I feel sorry for you. Not really