You've provided no proof of anything. Because there is no proof. All you've done is jump to the wrong conclusions based on your lack of intelligence to put the correct facts together. As for being obvious.. you are correct in that. It is obvious that I am a convened shareholder in this company and eager for any material information either positive or negative that has to do with ERB. The rest is all nonsense, which essentially is what you engage in here. What is it that you don't get? And why do you continue on here. Just read the posts from many here who wonder the same thing and find some other place to spew your nonsense. I for one am not interested.
Hey newport. For the hundredth time... I am not affiliated with anyone on here so your assertion that Doc and I are the same people is totally false. Second since you never add anything constructive to the conversation, either positive or negative regarding ERB, the question is why are you here? Most here seem to have grown tired of your endless bashing especially when your statements are totally false. Do yourself (and everyone else here) a favor and try and get your facts straight or just go away.
Another misinformed person.. wow.. And you definitely have the wrong guy as I am not affiliated with anyone here. (so much for your Busted comment) Why bother posting if you have nothing informative to add to the conversation on this company and their stock? I don't get it .. are you that starved for attention? If so I recommend you seek professional help.
I don't know what others do here, but I can assure you I ave no relation to anyone else on this board. So, clearly your premise is wrong that Doc and I are the same person. And to be fair none of what you say has any bearing since my concern is the company and their execution on their strategy for increasing their bottom line. If you have something constructive to add to the conversation that would shed additional light on the company or it's operations, I'm all ears. However engaging in personal attacks adds nothing to what is relevant. Maybe it's you that needs to find another venue to spew your worthless comments. Either way you are completely wrong, both in your premise and in your name calling. Have a nice day.
Kudos to Doc and everyone else here who continually provide updates and relevant info on ERB. Speaking only for myself I find the knowledge that people have and are willing to share on here very helpful and informative. The latest example can be found regarding ERB's recent reporting on earnings. While the street was disappointed in the posted earnings, many here including Doc dug deeper and provided color into the conference call that showed ERB to be on track and the "shortfall" in EPS and revenue, was not due to a decline in business but rather a physical move by the company into new headquarters that impacted order fulfillment. Clearly the knowledgable investors understood this as ERB's share price has rebounded nicely after the initial sell off. Thanks again to all that take the time and effort to help others on gain understanding and insight into ERB.
I'm totally chill. Just reporting the numbers that's all. Believe me with the amount of shares I hold I would much rather it go up than down. But I'm in it for the long term unless I reason to get out.
Doc.. While I appreciate the positive spin you so eloquently stated, the street's takeaway from the call is brutal. ERB's stock is being punished in the market with the share price down over 12% and 1/3 of the daily volume has already been traded in the first hour of trading. It doesn't appear that we're going to see the hoped for advance in the price of ERB's shares this week.
Unfortunately the reality is that they missed the number on EPS (came in at 0 vs. expectations of $0.01) and they missed on Revenue. They reported 6.5 m which is -5.8% y/y or a miss of 1.4 m. That's what the takeaway is on the street and that's why the share price is taking a beating right now. I was hoping for a better report.
Agreed, hard to understand what the changes are although it appears that BlackRock itself is going to take a more active role in the management of BKCC.
Blackrock (Institutional Trust) the world's largest money management firm increased their holdings in ERB as evidenced by the latest quarterly numbers. As of Sept. 30 BlackRock's stake in ERB is 260,773 shares vs. the 209,026 shares that they owned as of June 30th, 2014. Clearly Institutional money like BlackRock are flowing into ERB as opposed to out. Another good sign.
Have you lost touch with reality or are you just not very intelligent? I don't know what you're referring to regarding any other ID? And as far as minding my own business .. this is my business as I am a shareholder in ERB. I neither pump nor slam and if you've read any of my previous posts on here, I'm simply trying to get as much info as possible so I can make sound financial investments. Nothing more. Comparing one low float to stock to another is appropriate in this instance. If you can't see the correlation, then it is you who needs some serious help.
No this is the correct board.. He was comparing another stock with a small float to ERB. Maybe you should re-read before you jump on someone for trying to point out what could take place with this stock since it also has such a small float. Nice going buckwheat