Actually, it should be a function of gas versus overall prices. When gas price is ahead of inflation, tax should be reduced and when it trails inflation, it should be increased. Not by the full amount of variance, but enough to smooth out the highs and lows and generate enough revenue to maintain roads.
Do you think he made a good impression? Down another couple percent today on 14K of shares, 14K at 2.60: that is about how much Berlin earns in about 2 weeks. Sometimes, well all the time, I wish he'd save the travel expenses.
Can you imagine the embarrassing investor questions? How have the buyers of your last secondary fared? Are you showing a gross profit on sales? How long do you think it will take before gross profits pay your salary?
Maybe it is a presentation only; no follow-up questions.
OK, so the vote to increase Swiss gold holdings did not pass. Nevertheless, the mere fact that there was a vote and a significant number of people voted for it indicates that people are getting concerned about cheap money and rising gov't debt. I don't know when inflation will hit, but when it does, there will be little that can be done to stop it without driving economies down.
Folks have said the same thing about AMZN. Sure they have real sales, but haven't converted them into profits. LNKD bubble might pop, but how long will it take? You may well be posting the same note 5 years from now.
To get investors to look at other industries. Not saying this is the only thing helping SRPT today, but it sure doesn't hurt. At least you don't have worry about Saudi actions.
Not sure why a fall in oil price would drive down other commodity prices. When oil was up, most other commodities were down.
Buy out? He better not. Even if he gets 100% premium it'll be just pennies above the secondary price and the only winner will be Berlin.
100K Shares. Pre-reverse split, that is options on 6 million shares. We can only be thankful that the options date is Nov 30, 2014 rather than 2015. Otherwise, we'd have to wait another year to get him to do his job.
They had a nice piece on emerging, new technology, alternative energy on CNBC. It would be nice if they explored some of the alternative energy that has made it out of the lab, specifically SZYM. It seems to me that there is lots of excitement and great ideas in this field, but making it financially viable is another story.
I wonder if he's going to show the stock chart. If he's smart, he'll be wearing a K-Mart suit so that it doesn't look like he's overpaid.
Mr. Berlin always wanted to make a presentation at the Micro-cap Conference. First thing he had to do was turn ROSG into a micro-cap. Mission accomplished. Now have a good time at the conference.
No, see you at 30+. Wait, that's not right. Actually the last time we'll see you is at 19 when you have a margin call and have to cover, jerk.
Well, we passed 11 a.m. without a sell-off. The longer it stays at current level, the greater the confidence that the bottom is behind us.
RNA, a company with science related to ROSG's, got a buy out that values the company at $680 million, or about 24 times the value of ROSG. If ROSG got a buy out at $100 million, we'd all be singing in the streets.