04/08/16 Posting on the Street, CFO Jill Golder left her job at RT. You can find the link on the Yahoo site for RT. Trying to relocate where I read she was going to IZEA.
The CFO of Ruby Tuesday left them to join IZEA. She was formerly a director of the company and owns shares. I initiated a position today......time makes you look like a genius or a fool.....
I just sold mine that I have owned since the IPO. They will be paying approx $57./share. I may be leaving a little less than $2./ share on the table, but sometimes things do not always go as planned, not that I foresee any snags, but a lot can happen until the 4th quarter this year. To your question, do you want to risk your capital to capture a couple dollar potential upside? I think you can find better deals.
The same way a disillusioned corporal went to his Army commandant, Captain Mayr, and was given an assignment. The job he gave him was to spy on a radical group causing trouble in Germany, The German
That may be, but I can think of better places to put my money. This is not going to be quick turnaround judging my this quarters report. Any burp in the American economy GDP will not help this stock at all and those delinquencies will rise again.
Why would I sell a stock that I bought for less than 2 dollars a share and, despite todays drop, has a future that remains intact and will be very profitable.?
Usually they avoid prosecutions because they are lengthy,costly, and as you mention, conditional upon cooperation..TROV does not want their little scandal to be a matter of public record nor the exact information & circumstances surrounding this mess made public.
I feel only half your pain, I closed out 1/2 my position yesterday afternoon, but I am wondering the same thing...
This has been driven down by delinquency rates ....which considering the number of loans and credit quality...is manageable at 10%.
When exercising their options on 2/15 & 2/18 the executives only sold enough to cover taxes and kept the rest. Might be a clue that the accounting issues are not as bad as Mr Market believes.
I usually dont respond to simple minded buffoon's who make assumptions based upon no evidence. I merely stopped by based upon the insider buy and find cyberidiots who spill their drivel without any credence. My son will always be a
"kid",even when Im 90. Your avatar reveals a not very creative mind with a large helping of paranoia. For the record I don not own this stock,nor will I. Quos deus vult predere prius dementat.
before you do stock analysis you should learn proper English and how to spell.......
thanks for the advice,I am buying more right now