You are the cuckoo clock they chimes in the same "kwl" worthless waypoints at regular intervals. And it real old now and you are taking up a line on topic page....so kwl, you're IGNORED!
ANYONE who does not unquestionably agree with him or his officious delivery, when joined by similarly opinioned other posters, is [I paraphrase] "a signal of an imminent short attempt to drop the price."
The snake suffers from a paranoid narcissist [hi]sssssss[y] attack every now and then, meaning constantly.
2+ years of continual downsliding is not a "short term price movement" and you've been hailing prices all along that path that were "current prices are a bargain".
More from that thread:
"khyrtfdsc May 14, 2014 11:22 PM
Thank you to Davis Foulger
by davidmandel92 • Mar 30, 2008 1:15 PM
“Just another note of thanks to Davis Foulger for helping to highlight the benefits of investing in RAS, with a balanced perspective.
Thank you for tirelessly working to ensure that a couple of diehard critics with a biased agenda don't ruin the general impression that RAS is an excellent value at this point, by at least two stooges with an agenda against the Cohens.”
davidmandel92 posted his praise after the previous day's closing price of $7.24, which equates to $13.94 when adjusted for both dividends and the split.
A MASSIVE LOSS while holding RAS for over SIX YEARS. Yes, "thank you" indeed!"
No more than twice as massive a loss over nearly 8 years. Thanks, my azc!
"davisfoulger • Jan 7, 2014 4:43 PM
Consider it an achievement by you and clown club. If you weren't posting wrongful information about a stock I own, I wouldn't feel the need to correct you.
And just so its clear, most of the shares that exist for RAS now have never been pre-split and many of their owners have never experienced pre-split prices. It's funny watching you say it, but the truth is that $8.74 (today's close) is a 7.3% yield on a 16 cent dividend. That's probably the most important thing to investors. A number of us would love to own a few more shares at a 7.5% yield before the price goes even higher, so keep trying. I'll just try to keep your clown comments in context.
It really doesn't matter if I posted on this board 10 times a day (on average) over the last year. What matters is that I and many others are making money while getting a good laugh at your expense. ++CCClol"
You'll be happy to know that the line to interview for a possible acolyte position in Temple Foulger is non-existent now. So, step right in and prepare for the revelation of Free Shares, Magic Spreadsheets and LIAO (Lowest In Always Out) and Disappearing Posts.
"davisfoulger Sep 9, 2015 4:21 PM
This has nothing to do with Scott. He's doing his job just fine. It's just the market being stupid. Not the first time that's happened.
But we'll be able to measure this about eight months from now. Come next shareholders meeting he'll probably still get an overwhelming number of votes. Last time he got more votes than any other board member."
From the same people Foulger told us had no problem with voting their shares for the Board, "hence" our dissatisfaction was misguided!
In what profession is a mistake of that magnitude not discrediting and shame worthy?
One thing anyone skeptical of Foulger's complete, unrelenting bias was 100% correct on: Foulger will twist EVERY occurrence related to RAS into a blatantly propagandist tome of apology.
This one snagged a few flies:
by mugblum • May 19, 2014 2:19 PM
RAS dividend percentage to share price is "high" because the available market over an extended period [market: including all available interested parties (long and short)] have 'voted' for that ratio. To take that reality, whether you consider it a "discount" to "real value" or not, and then project future share price at the SAME percentage of dividend paid now IS RIDICULOUS. Here's what happens to the entire universe of dividend paying stocks that have come out of a period with lingering market wariness of their ability to maintain/increase dividend and share price: as share price rises, DIVIDEND percentage of share price drops. Foulger wants it both ways--the market unnecessarily paying a premium share price for a premium dividend that is paid above market average for below market confidence."
Can't we return to the truly valid topics such as google earth search of docks, lots and garden atriums to whip up buyer interest? I mean what better way to really understand investment worthiness as a potential share buyer than, for instance, strolling into a Walmarts store and spying a well stocked pretzel counter. Golly, that's enough to fast dial my broker for me!