The Court should have made a determination by now! The delay is certainly perplexing?
My understanding is that the judge can 'suggest' that the parties consider settling outside the court, however, he can not 'instruct' them to do so. He, in fact, opened this door during the 'oral arguments' back in December, but, the parties, apparently, did not take the suggestion forward. The default action is for the court (the judge) to rule on the basis of the law, and let the chips fall where they may. In this case there are potentially a lot of chips to fall and significant complications. There may be some back and forth going on between attorneys, but that would not be public unless there is an agreement reached. In any case, the clock should be running out!
Of course we are talking Tee-ball...... What a joke! I am sure he will have to 're-organize' yet again! Great presentations do not make for great results! Get a clue Jeff!
Let the lawsuits begin!
SA looks pretty stable next to the PAL clowns performance! IMHO
How many months will it take for management to give it all back to themselves? Can they buy it back fast enough to outpace their giveaways? I'll believe this is a good move when I see the share count actually drop!
Hey walrat, when was the last time you spent any time in Greece? Didn't think so! As usual, you are playing expert on something you know nothing about! Get a job.....!
I think GE management is just as confused regarding the SYN spin as shareholders are. It was apparently a random announcement made before they had a plan. Now, someone has pointed out that there will be an impact on GE earnings going forward! Oooops.....now what? What a bunch of Bozos!
Just for starters, how can the property ever be returned substantially in its original condition (as required by the lease) to PWV if the oil, gas, coal and so on have been sold and removed? Please help one understand how the inspection of records and documents clause is ambiguous in any way, as you have interpreted? I guess it is OK, by your ruling, if the renter of a house removes the copper pipes, wiring, fixtures, lawn turf and so on unless it is specifically spelled out that they should not in the rental agreement? Sad, your honor...very sad! IMHO!
You seem like a really smart guy jack. You should double down on your short position. Stupid as it may be, I will continue to increase my long! But, what do I know compared to you, Jack...?
No increase in Dividends for either NRF or NSAM!
in light of the $141m they just paid themselves? It obviously wasn't due to lack of money!? Of course management's interests are 'aligned with shareholder's interests', right, Hamo?! You need to come up with a new line...
I decided to count my hoard of #2 pencils again. To my dismay, they had almost all disappeared! My wife apparently donated them to a local church that was having a 'yard sale'. I am now down to only a few thousand left. They are still each worth more than a GRPH share, but, oh the pain of the unexpected consequences of investing in new technology! Is it too late to accumulate more pencils? The predicted graphite price spike still hasn't taken place......? Maybe the company can send out another 'investor alert letter' to update potential investors on the huge opportunity that lies ahead!
Otherwise, the index will not be balanced for a period prior to the effective date of inclusion. Same would apply for the tracking funds! If the index (or tracking funds) buy too early they take on an unacceptable risk that the adds (NRF, etc) move significantly either way and they are in violation of their charter. I see most of the real action the week of May 24! IMHO
I know that large firms that manage numerous 'focused funds' are constantly rebalancing to insure that they stay within their 'advertised' prospectus guidelines. Any underperformance, and that is the first place the attorneys look to make a case for their disgruntled clients. I cant imagine that there is any flexibility for an index to wavier.