Anyone that relies on Zacks for any information is demonstrating his true ignorance. The only value-added that Zacks ever offered was as an aggregater of earnings estimates, giving us the mean estimate among analysts following a given stock. That, and nothing more. Its rankings and commentary are meaningless and worthless.
Well, since I long ago recognized the groove for what it is, subsequently avoiding it completely, I, therefore, would not know who JWBuffett is. Or is not.
So I have two questions:
1. Who is JW Buffett?
2. Is there anything about what INUV does that cannot be replicated at least weekly one-thousand times over, by mildly talented high school students?
you've been a "member" since...this morning. You are a different sort of member than you think. Go away
Indeed he did "pick up" 59,084 shares. Actually, 89,999 restricted shares were converted at no cost (to Howe, that is -- the shareholders might take a different view) and 30,915 of the bundle were sold into the open market at $1.35 each in order to cover Howe's tax obligation. Transaction was Oct 6 and was reported via Form 4 on Oct 8 and was one of a number of such transactions rewarding your hardworking BOD for its fine efforts. One of the reasons the shares have been under selling pressure at $1.35.
It's time for you to leave
(At these valuations and prices, the broader market's action will have only a small impact on the direction of INUV share price)
You are talking of course about the mean recommendation of...two analysts, both of whom work for investment banks that either do banking business for INUV or want to. Considering that recommendations are generally supposed to measure performance expectations relative to the broader market, and considering these two mountains of intellect are looking at a price increase from 50%-60%, one might ask why the rankings are only "2" and not "1" (Strong Buy). Or do they look for the broader market to go up by 40%-50?
You are too stupid for words, if you do not understand the Form 4 filings that you are looking at. Every one of these represents shares given to members of the Board of Directors simply for attending the latest meeting. They are paid to show up --- with YOUR shares. These are not open market purchases by insiders burning to add to their holdings.
Given the premium they paid over what SinkHole was really worth, there is no reason to think that they would not overpay for this turd as well. However, the NY sanctions imposed, requiring AFSI to hire a chief actuary and bulk up their actuarial staff, plus submit to increased audit oversight, could slow up AFSI's acquisitiveness.
Vdery interesting disclosure in today's 8K. Look for a big hit to reserves -- new Chief Actuaries never, ever find hidden reserve redundancies....
Something's up, besides the stock price. This thing was doing small volume for most of the day when suddenly things started to pick up in the afternoon. SinkHole management let the word leak out that there's another announcement coming?