I think the price was 32, according to slide presentation that Greenlight issued, unless of course you're talking about a more recent conference , but I like 35 better.
I started investing back in 2002. I have retained my screen name since, without any inclination to change it, or even construct a new one. I don't see any reason on God's green earth to post an opinion, no matter the subject, under any name other than my own, much less several aliases, what is the point? I am not speaking in no way of the poster of whom you are referring, as I have had no interactive comments with that person. I simply find it a waste of time inasmuch that some sort of vague industry sprang up soon after the birth of online investing, with the intention of subplanting an investor's confidence ...on message boards no less, it's just weird.
I guess ... a job is a job.
BTW, That info you gave on weighted volume average price is exactly the type of info that needs to be disseminated throughout the retail investment sphere, because it's helpful for those of us who take investing seriously, and for those of us whom try to identify the slim morsels of due diligence in making a better understood approach when considering an investment . So thanks .
Those of you who remember the times of Kenny Griffiths manipulation of ETFC may find solace in the knowledge that KARMA does not forget.
It is reported this morning, this hedge fund chump, is presently before a court this afternoon, fighting a $1M a month child support claim, along with divorce proceedings asking for phenomenal amounts for living expenses asked by the soon-to-be ex wife . Although K.G. is a billionaire, it still must sting since he is fighting it.
much sweeter without K.G.
Opinions, I guess, are good in retrospect of one's investment strategy, but, really shouldn't impact an investment once the trigger has been pulled. If one is having second thoughts about an investment based on financial articles, then that person is likely to lose some money due to panic selling, exactly what Wall Street waits for. As long as relative effort in research has been accomplished in a decision to purchase equity, and the company has a strong position or business model, then all that is left is weathering the inadequacy of the economy and jostling of money from Wall street. With the current hypocrisy generated from Congress in imposing uncertainty amongst society, and at least (5) superpower presidents at odds, and the strife continuing in the Middle East, not to mention the commodities crashing, and the continued crude oil fiasco, there remains too many thunderous clouds before the blue sky can be seen.
What are you two guys playing ?
Good cop - Bad cop?
If you two are worried, then sell what stock you have in (SUNE) and move on, easy as that!
Macho, thanks, I was simply applying a little humor on the extent of press releases. Seems it was too painful for the previous poster .
Is anyone else having problems navigating Yahoo, Google?
I have different formats popping up and different home pages . I can't even find the most actives, or market data format. What's up ? Also, both sites are slow 9n response.
You guys crack me up . You'll say anything, mostly false, to make a point.
Trying to tie brown shirts to the left specifically is really out there considering that it was your Aryan comrade Hitler, whom also sported the brown shirts .
What is also stupid is the notion that Obama would entertain the possibility of filing RICO charges against anyone other than real criminals. Since you brought up conspiracy, maybe G.W. Bush should have had the RICO charge slapped on him for lying to the US citizens .
If it isn't the conservetwats...then it's Wall street, who cries incessantly every time the government doesn't give them what they want. Rick Santelli went through his normal tirade after yesterday's Fed action. ..again!