there seems to be some uncertainty/confusion about how serious the offer is ...I was playing it as an arbitrage opportunity as well but not behaving correctly, even though today may be the pivot point
can anyone tell me how much of the voting shares are controlled by management/insiders?
Given the flurry of company's buying back their ADRs with a mind to relisting in China at a much higher price(see QIHU), BITA won't stick around this price level for long...one way or another its going higher..would be convenient for them if shares go to 50 so they could justify a $70 offer ... really it should be $100.
So back to the original question...could management push this type of deal through?
I have done well in VDSI for the last few months I've been in, and their financial performance has been impressive of late. As to their core business though, can anyone point me to information about what their Total Addressable market might look like, internationally and in the U.S. , , ie the size of their longer term pie, and also how their product is differentiated/better than others?
Thanks in advance for any insights.
can anyone tell me what VASCO's market opportunity may be and how their product is differentiated? Thanks
Who is Mr. David C. Cole? He is listed on the insider roster as a strategic advisor, and gets a salary of $1.3 million a year! A lot of money for a company with little revenue. Any ideas you have are greatly appreciated, thanks!
can anyone explain why such massive short interest in what seems to be a very well managed company that outperforms quarter after quarter? Is there mistrust in the lofty earnings beats? Or something else? Thanks.
My thinking is that with the CEO in his 70's this thing might be on the market very soon.
No rush to cover here, will probably drift back leading up to next earnings call...direction from there - sharply up or down - depends on updates at Moema