SEC filing shows that Millenium Partners (a beneficial owner) sold 75,000 shares on Friday at $3.65. I'm not exactly sure who millenium partners is, but they've been easing out of the stock over the past month.
I had heard they were going to wait til it got developed to sell, but that could have changed. Realize that they significantly dropped their percentage of ownership to decrease taxes. Don't expect too much (if anything) from this property. If it ever does sell, consider it a nice bonus, but the company as is without this property is easily worth 4x what it is priced at (currently priced at .25x sales)
dude, for tiny companies like this it is a guessing game. They don't tell you when they'll release, they just release. Best guess is add 3 months to the last quarterly statement.
I think you also have to consider the run-up that we just had. People may be selling the news here. Or shorts taking us back down. Who knows? I'll likely buy more
Excellent growing company. I have a friend who has worked for them for a few years. I live in Grand Rapids, home of twisted rooster and crooked goose. Excellent restaurants. Margins are improving, too, which is an awesome sign
I don't know why tax rate would have meaningfully changed. As far as sales being down, they mention the loss of the seed salesman and the weak demand for boats. I guess they maybe mention those from an annual perspective but these should also apply Q/Q.
what are you looking for that was not covered in the 10-k specifically? And I don't understand what you are saying in your final sentence about tax rate.
Thank you very much. I did not know year end allows for a longer time period. It seems like we should have a solid quarter with the housing market recovery and we already saw lumber liquidators had a blowout quarter ... any thoughts on this?