The price of a stock has nothing to do with BK unless a company has a large equity in their own stock. OMEX does not.
Those ashes would make good fertilizer, but the composted manure would be a lot more volume. However, I wouldn't want to eat any vegetables grown from either one.
You idiots just don't get it! Someone who bought 12 to 15 years ago could have easily gotten all they invested back in 2004 WITHOUT SELLING BUT JUST A SMALL PORTION of the shares they owned. Then, the smart investor uses a portion of those left to sell and buy as the case may be on the big up and down swings, always keeping a core number of shares for the long term that you do not trade. THAT'S how you can make money in the market. It isn't ALL IN or ALL OUT!
Who are you to say he didn't SELL some up there around $9. Smart money buys low and sells enough at the high to get back their original investment. ANYTHI}NG they sell after that is profit no matter what the price.
All of them do, dip-wad, except those that do not have on board WiFi and even then it is possible if you aren't cruising past the cell towers too fast. Passenger electronics only have to be off during takeoff and landing. How many years since you have flown? Or, have you ever been able to afford a ticket?
He keeps posting then deleting. I have several responses from him that are no longer shown here (they come through on my Yahoo activity notices).
Here is the exact quote: "The second part of your question is how many months out of the year can the Odyssey explorer work on the Victory?
And the answer to that question is the Victory site is actually up in the English channel, its actually workable and we have worked it almost every month of every year in that region over the past 10 years we've operated there."
No where in this did he say or even imply they have been working the Victory Site nearly every month over the last 10 years. "in the region" is not at the site.
Well, there were some people that picked up several thousand shares in that price range. I don't see why one of them couldn't have been him! I wish one had been me, but I was away from my computer.
Hard to come to any conclusion based on a volume of less than 100K shares. Now if it was going up with a trade volume of 1M, that would be another matter entirely.
I suspect that a few of the smarter low quantity shorts are taking advantage of the price action today and covering at least a portion. Think the matra "sell on the good news, buy on the bad" applies to them more than longs.
"CRP was awarded a mining permit over the key resource area on the Chatham Rise in December 2013 and submitted its weighty Environmental Impact Assessment in May 2014 as a prelude to the marine consent process."
We've been told many times on this board (as recently as today) that no one in the world has ever received a permit for underwater mining of phosphate!
So, are you saying desk top studies have no scientific substance or value in regards to the CRP endeavor, but yet they do have scientific substance or value if a desk top study involves the Victory?