We need to see some consolidation and execution of performance. With a few shares bought back and retired. Its going to be hard now to double the value of shares without some cash allocations somewhere.
At 130B market cap; there are things to do that aren't growth oriented any longer. The latest "acquisition" needs to be swallowed and it needs to deliver.
Its seemingly incoherent how the so called judges could read a passage as simple as the plain language of the uca and then write some gobbledygook wandering passage and say nothing. To me what it means is nothing means anything. Throw a dictionary out the window as nothing is true anymore and the results and effects justify the means. Thus, no law is plainly written and no meaning is safe.
Again proof positive nothing is true anymore.
So, with 71M shares at 49 - for people, investors that were induced to pay fair value at also, people looking for a decent return. This new money, lead by brokers should soon see positive news stories and upticks in projections that will provide a 20% return. I'd look for AER to begin the move upward.
Why start bashing.
Shareholders prior to the take over have a different or another claim as to shareholders post invasion.
If everything is "protected" isnt the best way to keep it "protected" to settle the lawsuits?
Otherwise its really up to the judge and possibly jury to guess what may be in those and that can't be positive for the government.
I am so ready for this to perk...
Its like the immigration thing you know the illegal alien thing, that the admin is going to drag out for 6 years... this is so tiring.
I just want fair value!!
Will MU get in the battle to size up or be gobbled up.
On cash flow alone, its an easy buyout at $60 per share.
It can get aggressive and use its massive balance sheet and cash flow to take a competitor OUT!
Easy win here.
If I had 100,000 shares of Fannie. Yeah, sure... i'd trade 20,000 or so in 10,000 increments. Keeping a base amount just in case it happened. The risk of being out of the stock when the news finally comes out is far greater than the benefit of trading it for a couple of bucks. Otherwise, sure, I'd take $4,000 on a 20cent move.
Why wouldn't Colm take fly private?
He and his buds could easily raise the $ to do so. This thing spits out a decent dividend that could be used to pay the interest on an LBO at easily $23 a share.
So if you say taxpayers are shareholders then is the fhfa also the government?
Here is the deal; we sue in our role as taxpayers not as shareholders. While acting as a taxpayer we are not shareholders and therefore our suit would be not brought to enforce shareholder rights but taxpayer rights. As taxpayers we would not be acting as shareholders and thus would have a different standing. As I recall the HERA law however flawed and unconstitutional it likely is; ripped from shareholders without due process their rights. But, it did not obfuscate our rights as taxpayers.
I'd propose to bring suit against the fhfa for acting in deference to the intent of the law.
Sure, why not.
Why can't the taxpayers file suit against FHFA for their treasonous activity?
At last year's share holder meeting this was addressed. Frank said, no split as it costs the company more money and gives no benefit to shareholders as its as easy to by 50 shares as it is to by 100. Commissions are no longer tied to number of shares. But Delaware, charges you more for more shares and the transfer agent costs you more as well