Amazing! I know some of the people at Tocqueville, and have for years. They won't be happy when this is over.
Take your problems someplace else, stoxtx
So by extension if it goes the other way, inflation and interest rates pick up, then this thing could be dead in the water -- or worse. You think inflation and interest rates are going to remain low? You got faith in those forecasted growth figures? Especially after a decade of disappointments? How do you think the valuation got to where it is today? One reason is that, over a decade, managment has sucked out all of the tangible value from the company's balance sheet, leaving behind a pile of intangible assets (that total 2 1/2 times book value). Before you preach from a Bible, you should first look at the record.
Yeah, right! The big plungers all get their best investment ideas off Twitter.
What a twit!
Why should ACP pay a premium for something that comes free from the tap?
Takes more than balls to be an investor, Sport. Brains and common sense would help you. You always think with your #$%$?
johnpjacobs, johnpjacobs, johnpjacobs, johnpjacobs!!
And how is YOUR portfolio doing with this POS in it!
You idiot! The company is supposed to be taken out in 3-5 months at a price of $2.50 -- a price that would appear to be rather tenuous, I might add.
You were a quarter of the volume yesterday! Must give you a warm feeling all over. Wait 'till you see what the feeling is like when you go to sell and there are no buyers.
SinkHole was supposed to file a plan with the Mass. Dept of Insurance by June 1, describing how it intends to pay off the debt that is due in Sept. We've heard no word as to whether the plan was filed, how it was received, or what the plan is. Stay tuned, but in the meantime the Market is telling us that whatever the plan is, it is weak. Either that or there is a move underway to file another amendment to the agreement with ACP lowering the price.