For years none of of us had a clue RBY would come out late in the game with this recent reduced proven reserves by 91% announcement!
why are you here jazenevd? You have nothing positive to offer RBY stock holders so why not leave?
Thx for sharing investturd. So, you're buddy is saying Internaps Atlanta guys ran the smart talent off, as in meaning, exodus of the talent? Interesting. Especially given I live in Seattle and originally bought this INAP stock as a Seattle stock and was #$%$ when it went to Atlanta... At the time I wondered what they could do in Attanta they could not already do in Seattle? Really #$%$ now!
Thank you jazenevd! You've used real numbers to prove cheetah wrong and that he's just up to no good on this MU msg bd every day, every week, every month for the past two years now!
This is what Yahoo Finance shows on-line for INAP
Total Cash (mrq): 17.77M
Total Debt (mrq): 376.27M
Total Debt/Equity (mrq): 328.80
Revenue (ttm): 318.29M
Gross Profit (ttm): 146.93M
Can someone that's been following INAP tell me what kind of job INAP's been doing the past few years to manage their debt?
How much of this annual Cash, Revenue & Gross Profit is ending up paying down debt?
And how far off might INAP be from filing bankruptcy?
Kg2931 (INAP Long 1600 Shrs @ $19.64 Shr - CB $31,417 held since 11/14/2003)
Thanks a bunch for explaining this history. Revenue coming from law suit settlements/agreements that either pay out one time (episodic) or over a period of years (recurring). Lots of lawsuits because it's a highly complex cutting edge technology.
Thanks for your understanding. Afraid I'm still baffled but that's ok. It would seem this is a factor of whether the shares are held in individual margin accounts as opposed to held in cash acct/position.
Thanks for your input and glad it's positive. Can you help me understand what all this "litigation" is about with TSRA? Generally a stock holder doesn't like to see a lot of litigation or legal liabilities. But I recall reading somethinjg in the past TSRA is making money and/or gaining advantages through litigation. What does your "structured legal settlements being recurring revenue" mean? kg
Thx for adding to this discussion I can see you know more than I on this subject. Would you say that institutional holders or "% Held by Institutions" reported by Yahoo Finance is a relatively meaningless statistic? Do you know of statistic or another way of coming up with "individual holders" of a stock?
I confess I have not done enough homework on the ER yet to give you much of an opinion. Always good to beat earnings and revenue, so of course that's a relief. I'm not impressed with the Guidance numbers, guiding a beat for next qtr but not by much. Buyback is kind of hard to weigh since it's already happened, adjusted into the existing share count and sp. I love the dividend yield for such a young co and tech stock to boot! It's making me money even if the stock price is flat. Tech in general right now/during the TSRA ER is down/out of favor. So, that's a current tailwind for TSRA. Dunno. I do know I'm keeping my stock and looking forward to next Ex Div Date May 24th! kg
Thank you for confirming my thinking. I'd rather just own and keep tract of the A Shares going forward.
About how many trading days and at about what share price do you think it will take for the shorts to bottom the share price out so we can buy at a good price? I wish to add some AMZN Long to my Roth IRA. (First time buyer of AMZN)
As a shareholder wouldn't I be better off owning shares that have voting rights, as opposed to the Class C shares that do not. It would seem Class C shares come with a range of complexities in terms of value and the hassle of keeping tract of them separately over time. I'm thinking it makes sense to just sell the Class C shares and stick with Class A stock. Anybody see any advantages of keeping both Class C and Class A shares over time?
Oh, we got a smarty pants here! At least my commen sense told me correctly this deal isn't giving us anything...
Oh, and Mr janerik504 Smarty Pants, how many other deals have you seen like this? Name one just like this one.
Good point on the amount of the sp reduction after the div adjustment ( the effect on the sp doesn't last long or as long as a stock split).