did it take time to realize this was a bad deal? i remember it opening up around 12.50 and then dropped down to like 11.50 for bit while lots of shares were trading. then it just proceeded to fall. in hindight of course i wish i had sold everything at 11.50 after hours. i ended up selling about 20% of my position at an average cost of 11 and the rest at an average cost of 9.25. i want to know what i did wrong. my average sale price was like 9.60 with my average cost around 10.10. it went from being a good investment to a bad one in like 30 minutes. where did i go wrong? thanks
it's an unbelievable return. the utilities are going to pressure the regulators to require the homeowners to pay something to be on the grid in my view. The holy grail of a storage system is a real risk - EE and many other utilities would be zero's if that happened.
interesting point. i do agree very much with your rooftop solar issue. however, why would someone want to buy this company wtih that big risk.
frankly the stock is very highly valued given the very real risk of rooftop solar. at least in my view.
zero chance of 31 plus the cash. i think 32 is more than fair for everything but of course the CEO doesn't want to do this. but shareholders don't vote him out. i wonder if he's holding out for a big fat price. i'd be happy with 32 so it trades at 31 and we can get out and end our misery.
or call it off and buy back shares.
if the buyer is stuck at 30 just move on. doesn't feel like they want to bump it. me thinks a 10% bump okay although i'd prefer more. the bidder wants to bump 3%. that's dumb.
why do they as a company deserve the right to work on the residential properties? it's not really a core business of theirs.
unfortunately office just stinks.
interesting idea. why would they want to sell. also appears that there is a new CEO coming at the end of the year. unlikely that she is willing to give it up.
we really deserve an answer. management is screwing shareholders. at the very least call it off and buy back a boatload of shares.
really surprised the bidder hasn't raised their price by 2 dollars to get this done at 31.
interesting. not sure why EE would be interested in merger. would this be accretive deal? stock seems expensive.