We do not believe that any inappropriate act was committed by any personnel associated with Vantage.
I mean what good would it do at this point if he did.
I just SMH at some of the silliness that goes around these days.
It really needs to stop.
When did Lazard comment? I thought it was Jeffries?
Plus does anyone know if Bragg was in charge of Seahawk drilling? His name sounds familiar besides him being in charge of Vantage.
Yes, I just noticed this too with some of the other silly stocks that I own.
It must be a glitch or something.
One more thing.. it's still under Recommended for You in Yahoo Finance.
So it's not completely gone.
MannKind's Afrezza Lags Behind Biggest Failure in Inhaled Insulin
Gee thanks Adam for the news flash and as always it's random!
In addition Management will discuss in more detail the successful buy back program currently underway of its convertible notes on their books, the launching of a new Web Site and exciting developments on our global roll out.
Well, my point is Cramer's minions have already jumped on VTG if they did.
You know as well as I that they either buy late in the trading session or after-hours.
So the effect of the Street's marvelous article was yesterday.
Well, what was their reasoning?
Back in October 2014 they thought VTG was groovy
Trade-Ideas: Vantage Drilling (VTG) Is Today's Strong On High Relative Volume Stock
Seeking Alpha thought this a few years ago
Vantage Drilling: Buy A Promising Future At A Discount
Look everyone has an opinion here, but who is right?
I will be the Oil Tycoon that I always wanted to be.
If it doesn't, well I will just have to continue the search.
One thing though, I will they would let you buy whatever you wanted with retirement money without penalty.
If were left to my own devices, I would love to buy a thoroughbred horse. Or join in some sort of partnership.
To me that would be fun. Not sure if I would buy a sprinter or a distance horse, truth be told the Sotkc Market bores me sometimes and would love to get into the horse racing industry. In the end, it's all gambling anyway.
However, the fun factor is ten fold if things go right with the horse and he/she wins. That's good stuff.
I don't get the same joy when a stock of mine does well. Don't get me wrong it's nice, but the thrill isn't the same.