dar, I have traded quite a few NRF/NSAM options over the past couple of years. Agree, it is difficult to buy or sell with the spreads the MM displays. Only way that I have found to realize the full value on the sell side is to exercise the options and then sell the shares you don't wish to hold. Buying, is a 'limit and wait' game. Not much liquidity, but, very rewarding once a decent position has been established! Best regards!
Hey 'sherwin' do you want to check my spellen, too? I am sure my post was quite clear to the NRF regular board participants. Sorry, I confused the 'occasional bozo' that happen to pass by. have a nice day!
Three rules for investing that have served me well: 1) Don't buy Chinese company stocks. 2) Don't buy Chinese Company stocks. 3) Don't buy Chinese company stocks! Good luck to all!
Checked with Schwab. The 'HTB' indications on both NSAM and NRF are a glitch. Their new Street Smart Edge platform still has a lot of issues!
Recent 'daily short volume' does not support the Schwab indication.....and there is certainly not enough volume this morning to indicate a short attack?
The judges question was interesting, but, it is not his role to force a settlement. There was a message in his question to both parties. I think more to NFS than PW. Message is that if I make the decision there will be a winner and a loser. If you can agree to a settlement, before I make the judgment, there may be a better outcome.
And the US is printing paper money with green ink, What point are you trying to make?
Judge asked how defendant (PW) would proceed if the plaintiff (NFS) was in fact found to be in default.... The 'lease' is quite clear on the remedy in the case of a default. PW and NFS are permitted to re-negotiate the terms of the lease if both parties choose to do so, however, there is no requirement that they do so.
With that said, Andy needs to quit having conference calls! Focus on running the company and installing Gen Drive systems! Let the technology lead the way to a bright future for longs! Again, Andy, building investor confidence through your conference calls is a weak link in an otherwise great opportunity! Under promise and over deliver! That is all PLUG needs to do!
The judge does not have the authority to rule that the default can be corrected. There either is or is not a default, and that, plus the damages is what he will rule on. The terms of the lease, determine the next steps. I would suggest that NFS make an offer to settle before the judgment.
I don't know any other micro cap that gets the same attention. I love o watch a panic!
It is a good thing that Obama is President now.
'Checker', Why do feel that a Black man should not be allowed to carry a weapon? Race shouldn't matter, 'checker'! It is legal for an adult to carry a concealed firearm, if properly licensed, in the state of Florida. I guess you think it was OK for the white, anti-gun, liberals to jump him....?
Hard to believe the 'bonus giveaway' was done so poorly. The real surprise was that Hamo, after building investor trust for the past several years would allow the 'event' to be bungled so badly! As a long term NRF/NSAM shareholder I had built up a lot of faith in Hamo's 'alignment with shareholders story'. The entry of 'Mr. Greed' into the equation certainly has me second guessing. Hamo needs to come out with some kind of statement regarding recent and future compensation packages and lock up periods. The Tylis sale was a major bs move! IMHO
Would be nice if the company would keep shareholders up to date on a more frequent basis as things move forward? After all, the company appears to have gone 'all in' with the litigation. I can't see where much of anything else has been happening in terms of the Company's vision? Just saying......