If you regretted not buying it, you can now find an enormously wide zone to seek solace. I wonder if that more than merely exuberant buying was provoked by too smart machinators.
Those who know the answer keep silence. What is known is that a new court session will be held on March 21st.
This day may be the culmination day and thus to be quite treacherous. Don't run amok with stocks.
Skeet, I am baffled too, but only pleasantly. I have no intention to sell anything because I have no intention to sell at loss anything after waiting so long patiently (if your sell is profitable, then enjoy it). Indicatively again, though rather mutely, that no one is interested in VRDT shares. Therefore, they may well be the losers of that court battle of the century.
As for the person you mentioned, he is not worthy of mentioning. He is just a nuisance who obviously has the acute problem with self-respect.
Skeet, in the announcement of Klout being bought by Lit. T-eis, the author made a fundamental error in the size of our Universe: he attributed to our doubtful clone our little dot's stock symbol. He actually made two, not one mistake, perhaps he drunk too much beer at lunch , because no symbol was allowed to be assigned to it at all due to its stature of being a private company.
Some people who read his message might have ordered LTHU shares, that is possible. However, some of them can be generously classified as fools, not merely hopelessly absentminded , because a very successful company worthy a 100 ml dollars cannot be retailed for a fraction of a penny.
And the shares were not only sold to a bunch of uncomprehending “investors”, they were also sold in a huge quantity the same day. If some people later realized that they fooled themselves, could they sell their shares the same day?! Normally not, unless they are day traders, but I do not know whether they are allowed to trade in LTHU shares or would even wish to do so.
We do not know how much was definitely resolved at the last court session. However, the postponement does not need to be indicative of total failure to solve anything. The participants may have solved something of substance, and now the time is needed for the judge to reduce it to writing. We'll see.
Yeah, me too. The sticker price is going down. Apparently, some penny pinchers are eager to pocket a few dozens of dollars. Of course, whether to buy more, we shall see the verdict first.
Interesting that verdant's price has not undergone any change, while LTC's has gone up over fantastical 600 percent. I say now "buy"
2039 miles from Boston's Public Library?! Oh, what a slippery fellow you are. So, you are not D. Lynch from Boston. But still, man, do not leave me completely disoriented: you are the one from Atlanta, aren't you!? Or perhaps you are currently residing in China, sharing an abode with Hag?! Lucky you.
DennisPatrick? With love and kisses?! Who is that? I remember, admittedly a bit vaguely, someone named Dennis Lynch. So it seems that Dennis has a Patrick. Well, well, man, it is not easy to follow your love life. Nevertheless, thanks for love but leave kisses to Patrick.
So, if I understood you correctly, you are experiencing another terrific attack of boredom. However, I remember I have given you once two high quality advices. One, stop checking Lith site a hundred times a day and start going to Boston Public library instead. The other one was to change the hand, that is, moving to a more enticing site with a much greater number of squabbling men. Berkshire Hathaway, for example. Cheers.
Yes, I was aware of it. Its gigantic strides make me faint, or something like it. It is for speculators, traders etc, that is, not for me.
Skeet, while I was reading your second exposition, I suddenly caught myself on regretting of not being a novellist. The plot is very interesting, and as a matter of fact, it is so entertaining that I completely forgot about its disastrous financial side. Actually, I have forgotten it a long time ago, for I perceive it as the lost case, which even years of LTC rehabilitation would do little to compensate our collective losses.
I am very grateful to you for shedding light on this obscure matter and I somehow relived to know that Arch was not quite the scoundrel Gold had accustomed to be indignant about. Generally, the Hollanders do not have the reputation for being sleazy machers. I want to see at least one party that we can trust. Then, something good may come out, hopefully, in not too remote future. It seems Arch and LTC may win the case. What is your impression?
Skeet, many thanks for your critical review of the complicated relations of the protagonists whose names I have no desire even to evoke here. I was especially “impressed” by the fact that one of them had learned of the exclusion trick from a press release. Yes, the lowest levels of business ethics were attained there. This may explain why ENS was reluctant to tender for LTC. Now in hindsight it can only warmly congratulate itself.
Now after your insights, I suspect even more than before that the court process may last and last until we raise our glasses for 2015.
You said "strong buy"?! Well, let see first how the court spectacle will finish. But I am afraid the curtain will take an appreciable time before we will see it tumbling.