They cannnot keep paying out 50 cents per quarter - way more than it earns and than continue to sell share - now they'll have to sell shares under book value. Further diluting the fools who bought shares at the IPO. The only ones making money here is the advisor. Nice gig if you can get it.
Gee - I hear that a LOT from resignations at NQ
Can someone explain what is the perceived problem that many on this board have with management? And possibly fees? I'm seriously trying to understand the issue. thank you for a reasoned response.
Wow - your post on November 28 was highly bullish and after one down day on high volume, you are nervous. Maybe you shouldn't perform an analysis on a day to day basis, but rather look out on the horizon. BTW, I noticed AAPL was down yesterday, volume was high as well - I'm not running away from AAPL either.
I've sold out of my UIHC position. I think that they'll have a harder time showing earnings/revenue growth (tougher comps) and a secondary offering is likely needed for continued growth/capital. I've have bought shares under $10 and kept adding on dips. Yes, if we see $15 again, I may buy in. Oberweis is selling shares (per their December report).
Just visited the new Whole Foods on San Felipe - Huge Center with a nice free parking garage that is partially open now with upscale restaurants, clothing stores, etc. Across the street is the TFM location. In my view, it is a guarantee that this TFM store will close - it was already fairly dead, but now there's another spike in its coffin.
Maybe they just want their clients to be able to bail on PFIE without suffering a loss? They're nice guys.
I'm looking to buy more shares, but not at the current price. If we see oil dip a few more dollars, we could see $12. I'll then buy and hold.