Either way. These earnings are before the losses and the Lucadia deal. Its like bragging about high school diploma when you flunked out of college.
"The currency trading company posted revenue of $110.4 million in the period."
Company filing reports:
"U.S. GAAP revenues of $134.7 million, up 19% versus the same period in 2013 and up 16% from the third quarter 2014"
Odd... Gotta read it again.
Take a guess..
you know there is trouble when there is spam pumping the stock up and suppression of any other opinions. Consensus revenue number was $129 mil and they delivered $110 million and the rest is financial shenanigans.
SLTD is proof why investors should stay clear of advices from green energy fanatics. I will take the effort each time to expose their schemes.
I was convinced Chevy Suburban was better. Had your crystal ball been working, you would have sold stld when it was double the price. You guys are a bunch of clowns posting on the wrong message board, pumping volatile investments in alternative energy. Let the readers witness our conversations.
Who is we? Why do you speak for those who overpaid because of your pumping. Will you pay for their child's college fund when this thing does not deliver like so many other solar plays in the past?
It halved in price and continues to go lower. Its a microcap. What are you talking about? Am I not seeing it right?
I heard Americans are slimming down and McDonald's is going out of business. Is that true?
I am thinking about selling 100 shares into that thinly traded stock and watching it plunge to 2 cents. Any thoughts? I think I will be successful. This move should trigger a margin call for some of the solar junkies spamming this message board.
Nothing about predatory. fxcm options were limited when they signed the deal. Thats what the article is all about. Leukadia loves last resort financing. Just read between the lines. Last resort financing would benefit the Creditor. The borrower, naturally gets to live longer and has hope of surviving.
Last resort financing works because the borrower has no choice and will accept anything if it means staying alive a little longer. Wisdom says, "die tomorrow is better than die today".
Dont forget, the creditors come before shareholders. That is exactly how the deal was structured, so that Leukadia get it all for the most part. I recall last resort financing to Countrywide Financial, and the rest is history.
In reality nothing changed. Old news. Those payments to be made were agreed upon when the deal was written up.
Looks like an awards night? 2 days later is within legal limits though. If everyone is awarded, they dont want to influence each others sale. So they report it the latest they legally can. Basically, whoever wants to sell, sell within those 2 days.