It's nice having you here to be the voice of "The Street" and all of the shorts, and give such insightful and meaningful commentary. You truly are a wonder of Wall Street. But why do you always go back and delete your posts? You shouldn't be afraid of litigation if you're speaking the truth with no ulterior motives.
Your short # is from 10/15/2015, BEFORE the announcement of the nuclear business sale. Many of your buddies have covered by now, maybe 1/3 or so. We will know within the next few days. At any rate, your information is OUTDATED.
I'm just quite tired of the organized shorting and bashing with this stock. However, I think once the shorts finally manipulate their way out of their positions, and management speaks more about current debt and backlog things will turn around. The now-gone nuclear issues were the main reason for all the shorting, in my opinion. Time will tell but I'm more optimistic now than I have been in quite some time.
You have always been a FLR pumper and a CBI basher. Just go away and take your BS with you. We don't care and won't miss you. Buh-bye!
I suspect that if/when we get favorable information regarding the nuke overrun issue, Citadel, Susquehanna, and whoever else will finally move on to greener pastures.
I would love to see a positive nuke update while they're still massively short - the squeeze would be beautiful.
Again, explain exactly what you think management should be doing differently? You're long on talk and short on specifics. Answer a question for once, shorty! Do you work for Citadel?
Please explain what you mean by weak management. They're regularly meeting or beating earnings expectations, have a huge work backlog, have bought back shares and will do more of that next year, and are firing on all cylinders. I'd like to know what you think is weak, without any BS please.
Have you ever invested in biotech stocks before? Do you understand the process, the time involved, the failure rate, the costs involved, the lost profits due to partnering on the few successful drugs that actually make it to market? Methinks you guys will be disappointed.
So, n16m15, do you personally own shares of CBI? What about your employer? Is your employer long or short CBI?