Short of a buyout of some sort prior to the expiration of the May Calls, they are probably going to expire worthless. But I'm sure most investors are playing these cheap calls for a quick pop and then out.
Been a long time. Will it happen today?
Seems like there was a drop off in average number of shares traded daily in Qtr 1 vs Qtr 4. Does that play at all in you hopeful projection?
Management doesn't care about their shareholders. They just want to know that their humongous Fees stay intact. Cohen isn't fooling anyone except for those few that will buy RSO down to oblivion.
So do you think the company will be able to eventually buyback shares up to the expanded range, or do you think it's a mute point now that they are bent on sell all or part of company's assets?
What is the Net Operating Income for the quarter. Isn't that what the company is obligated to pay 90% of under RIC Regs?