"non repeatable" in the sense that it may not be TX project related, but they do seem to have a lot of "repeatable'' "non-repeatable" charges.
"substantially completed our unprofitable Texas Projects". Does this mean there may still be more charge offs in Q3?
Looking at the SEC Filings, I'd say they are shares acquired thru a payroll/compensation plan. Note the dates are about every two weeks (end/first of month and middle of month). The reason there is not price paid, is probably because the shares are from ones previously bought by the company.
I doubt having a higher dividend will have much impact on Institutional investments in CLRO. The reason is that with such a low share Float, II's cannot trade enough shares without causing the share price to fluctuate widely.
Listened to CC. One of the main reason revenues were flat was due to a delay in shipping a "major overseas project". According to Zee, if it had been shipped prior to the end of the quarter, then revenues would have been "well above" Q2 of 2014. This project has now shipped, and revenues will be reported in Q3. No specific dollar amount was given for this project, but stated as "significantly" larger than their average project.
Also, business was slow in the month of May (industry, not just CLRO), but picked up in June and July getting back on track.
"The Houston company also said it hasn't won as many transmission project contracts as expected this year. Competition from regional companies has been tough. Some large projects that were expected to start construction this year are being delayed into 2016."
I actually think you are correct. There are a lot of people that are too lazy to do the simplest research. That's why I believe the company should consider changing their name to PCA or something more aligned with their business.
The Bagman and his lawyer. Hardly new blood. This is just preparation for a buyout. Bagman can't be on the board because of his "history". So his man is there to represent him to get the most $$ for his shares.
As I've suspected for quite some time, I believe ClearOne will be acquired. Them putting a Bagley rep on the Board is a way of getting his 30% approval when a deal is announced.
"Less than exciting stock". It's up 35% YTD and has been up nearly 50%. I'll take that kind of excitement all day long.
Stock such as CLRO that are thinly traded (low volume) can move up and down without any reason. Someone may have decided to take profits before heading out on vacation. Or it could be the Market Makers clearing out some Stop orders.