Merely replying to the crowd that sees the bottle full even when it is half empty. My last thought, why would it take two extra days for someone to decide that they might bid?
Down 97% in the last year. Don't get to excited when it goes up a penny.
Exactly my point, what could be the possible reason that intended bidders need two more days to submit their intent? The reason its extended is to get someone/anyone interested. Some of your fellow blind longs seem to think they were overwhelmed with bids and had to extend. Tell who the Einstein's are?
I did read it and it does not say bidders it says potential bidders. No where does it say that there have been any bids to date. Why extend an auction when there was plenty of time for anyone interested to bid? Why aggravate bidders who got theirs in on time? The logical
answer to both questions is that there are no bidders, only potential bidders.
Common sense? The longs hear don't want to hear anything that makes sense. They have convinced themselves that there are so many bidders it had to be extended to accommodate them all.
Your probably right, I'll bet theres eighty bidders and the going price has also doubled to 8 billion.
Its the bond holders that extended the bidding. The company would not be issuing PR claiming to be pursuing other avenues. The other avenue is the bond holders take over.
My guess is that there were no bids. Don't you think they all had enough time as it was? Why would you anger those who followed the timeline and put a bid in already by extending it? Imagine the Seahawks are leading at the end or regulation and the refs decide to extend the game another 15 minutes.
Only a fool believes that anonymous posts affect the price of a stock. But then there are numerous fools here.
That's not an answer now is it? the point I have tried to make is that IF Soros bought DNDNQ, it means nothing. We don't know if he still holds but we do know he is wrong nearly as often as he is right. Anyone buying or holding this stock based on what Soros may or may not have done is a fool.
And the second question, has he ever been wrong? Check his holdings as of 9/30 and he is down on about 40% of his buys.
So he has never been wrong? Does he still hold?
Waiting indeed. Took you less than a minute to respond. Some would call that stalking.
Fools grasping at straws. If it was such a good deal why didn't Soros buy 10% or 20% or 100%? 5% of this company was pocket change for him.