Shorts are salivating. We are talking a billion shares outstanding. This aint Voltari, Ichans pet. This will be sold hard tomorrow. Don't get stuck chasing a 50 % move.
Didn't think we would ever see a 1 handle again but its a stones throw away. I would've have bet the house we were going to 5 by years end. I thing everyone underestimates the risk in stocks, particularly micro caps.
It appears OPEC has joined the Aussies in this new paradigm..over supply the world in order to bankrupt the competition. Very strange.
The stock was under consistent distribution for weeks ahead of this. There goes there cash out the window. Did anyone think this was still out there? Shame on me for not paying more attention.
Hudson Bay cannot own more than 10% of the company at any one time. So they sell shares driving the share price into dust and get more shares in return. The Devil himself could not have arranged more toxic/destructive financing. Not to mention the decision to leave Kodak, which in itself was a catastrophic event. Cheesy BOD and management sold shareholders down the river.
1 your greeted with a montage pertaining to FILM when you go to there website, please enough already, check
2 there still reporting qrt over qrt declines in revenue, a decades old trend, check
3 there still mired in red ink, check
4 they still have some world class products, PROSPER, but compete in a price war against large entrenched players, like they did in digital, check
5 there still outsourcing there most interesting new business initiatives to China, there touch sensors plant open this week!!, aka those digital gizmos that failed in quality, design, and sales, check
6 there still restructuring and downsizing there business, check
7 there still blowing up buildings, check
8 there still mining there basement of IP for viable business Ops and a go to strategy, with little results, check
9 there still diluting the KODAK brand with bad products, like "android phone" , check
10 there still optimistic; a turnaround is always the horizon...check
11 there stock, down over 50% the past year and at all time lows,, makes lower lows and lower highs, just like the old stock did year after year after year, check check check check!!!
The stock looks cheap here from many metrics, interesting for sure, but when does it change, can it change, will it change?
I disagree, at some point there large shareholders will demand change . This race to the bottom is really the philosophy of just a handful of individuals as LG pointed out . Some have called it one of the worst corporate strategies in history.
Took a couple a shots at the bean counter analysts hiding behind there spreadsheets, which he always does but the best part is when he vented at the chieftains running BHP and RIO. A "couple of guys" destroying the iron trade...I had a good laugh. He made mention that at some point the BODs and shareholders of these mega miners will need to step up lol
I noticed every time you run your mouth the stock goes to new lows! Your direct line hasn't done jack for anybody here!
Buy back stock when your debt is trading at .26 on the dollar? If they could only buy in there bonds on the open the market at these prices, the stock would take care of itself in the long run! They sold there bondholders down the river with there senior debt financing months ago..changing the capital structure, and pushing in maturities and coupon. If there strategy was to torpedo there public debt and buy it cheap.congrats,, but suspicions have been mounting and its hard to trust CASA.
after watching 2012 the movie, it dawned on me! A series of devastating earthquakes would hit Australia, reducing the largest, most efficient mining companies in the world, and 100 years of infrastructure to to a pile of rocks for years to come. Iron would open at 150 on its way to 250 spot and Cliff and Vale would be in the drivers seat. I'm just saying it could happen in theory.
The only glimmer of good is the the big 3 are seeing there stocks get crushed too, and some large shareholders might give some blowback to these chieftains engaged in a very risky strategy of ever more supply.