but most will sell if they want cash instead of paper.or shopping for a buyer.
if it's a 'tentative' agreement, the board of directors need shareholder approval.
you don't have to sell at any price. 67% insittutional owned. it's just won't be listed in the NYSE it's still a private company with lots of shareholders. bkr or 3g is making offer to get 100%..shareholders don't have to sell.
never heard of 3G capital til today. as for bkrs the company only has 40 billion so he is only putting very little more like LBO with borrowed money.
what if the minority shareholders don't want to sell. there aren't that many companies pay 5% dividend with stable revenues.
why would BKSh or 3g want to buy 100% of one company? what is the point of owning 100%? i mean isn't there any company for them to own? there is no difference between private company and publicly listed company. it only cost $1 million to be publicly listed and report to SEC.
and the ones who don't have cannot afford one and won't pay $200 for cell phone and buy second hand.
CNBC is for spectators,,,most people don't even have a position in the market and don't trade it. maybe in their 401k that is it.
the guy wants attention or information from management with their complaining. his position is no different than a guy wit h 1 share. who cares about him. suing a company in people's court, his lawsuit get dismissed on first day and he paying for the courts time. management doesn't evn have to answer his phone calls. he is a silent investor.
why d o you think companies are going private, public company and you have to listen peons with 5% o no position, these are no owned by the public bu shares are for sale to the public. apple is private company.
These hedge funds pressuring management without any position since they are hedged are like the mafia pressuring the union management if you know what i'm saying---racket..options market is like booky racket and insider trading not much different than rigged horse track. and most profitable. or rigging sports betting.
everything Steve Jobs touched turned to gold when he was alive. That was his power. I mean. You'd think nokia, motorolla,palm would be selling iphones or smart phones. motorolla basically let a new entry into cell phone take take 100% of market.
flat growth, no growth, declining growth. max. p/e is 10 plus pay 10 % dividend for no growth companies. welcome to the real world. the mean streets.
overbought, and huge profit taking, and less cash drying up. more eager sellers than cash. wall street can't print cash cold hard earned cash. these guys in wall street print shares(naked shorting) plus billion dollar profits in stock options.