Maybe you should pursue the Analysts who were giving this POS a buy rating ... what were they thinking?
You should probably pack some extra towels.
Get those brokers back in here! Turn those machines back on!
Thank you for the clarification on what xx stood for ... i don't think any of us could have figured that out.
Pot calls the kettle black.
I'm trying to picture what you might be like at a party ...
You should probably attach this message to every message stan"r"guru posts ... this way we can all rest assured knowing you are on the job and they can't pull a fast one over on us.
I am sure, your room is made of rubber and you are not permitted any sharp objects.
they ought to have known the risks associated with the poorly performing public company. The outcome was obvious ... only blind stupidity and greed might explain why anyone might choose to hold ... taking the message to message boards, and trying to persuade others to buy a broken company based upon misguided facts ... well, that's just criminal.
Funny how what goes around comes around ... most on this board were saying the same thing about you and you mind-numbing repetitive posts over the past 5+ years.
from investors who, not only held on to their stock, but continued to buy more while business failure was more than obvious. To make matters worse, they tried to use on-line message boards to persuade other sheep to buy into their delusion.
No worries, very easy to distinguish ... stan"r"guru is clearly the smarter of the two.
Local Corp.'s demise was too obvious.
Anyone who held their shares over the years based on hope ... should probably stay out of the market or seek financial guidance.
The Registrant will now move forward with winding down and dissolving in accordance with applicable law. In light of the Purchase Price paid, there will be no will recovery by the Registrant’s stockholders after payment to the Registrant’s creditors.
Nope, shareholders will receive zero ... shareholders deserve zero ... shareholders had plenty of time to mitigate their damages.
Nothing about this business failure is a surprise.
Call it a day and move on.
I think when you went back in time, you picked up the wrong stock almanac and ended up in some sort of parallel 2015 ... one where Local Corp goes bankrupt and loses everything for their shareholders.
"Local Corp. notes a material effect on its revenues -- the deal made up 43% of total revenue in 2014, and 46% in 2013."
pay no attention to Gustav, current shareholders are going to receive zero.
Sometimes I think you type in the dark.