I just have to believe this is going to happen, the operational savings could be solid and there is no overlap in markets so the editorial value is excellent. I still hold out hope for $3.25 a share, as as MNI stock price slowly rises that premium gap becomes less of a factor.
Hey dude, you started this calling me out as a novice, right? What kind of bs is that, you make a comment, call me out twice, and then try to dismiss me.
I once again go back to your breeding, these kind of actions are usually taken by a person that has no concept of how the real world works. If someone doesn't agree with you, then you try to throw them under the bus and when they respond back with factual info you try to dismiss that? That is weak.
You are worthless and I agree, we'd be better off not talking to each other. You go long oil here, I'll wait a few months when the dust settles and buy your shares for 25% less when you are forced to sell to pay the rent on your double wide.
MRO is up 28% from it's low in August, while oil is only 5% off the low. There is a HUGE DIFFERENCE here if you understand anything about ratios. Oil will lead MRO up, not the other way around. So that's why I'll wait to re-enter my long position until MRO settles at $14.50 again. Not worried, I know it will happen once people realize that the Saudis are not going to let their foot off the gas. WTI WILL go to $35 in the not too distant future. All but certain. I also hedge this action with investments in airline stocks, and have followed this strategy since the early 90's. There are few industries that move in action opposite action that oil stocks and airline stocks, and I doubt anything will change that in the next 20 years.
I'd be happy to show you my history of winning trades in the oil segment since 1987. You truly have no idea what you are talking about. Once again, your lack of quality breeding shows itself in your inane posts.
Seanoise, why argue with people that have no concept. Ignore those knucklehead posts and your stress level will go down. This ballgame is over, NO MATTER what some of these guys think. The common will be wiped out, best case scenario.
The shares I got last week at .65 cents are going to be sold once this hits $1.45 in the next two weeks. The trading pattern is setting up nicely. Sharon Rowlands bought this dog at $6 a share and also $4 per share.
Bill, with all due respect, your attempts are NOT going to help you recover from your losses on this dog. I'd sell what shares you have , today, before they lose total value next week. Move on, don't look back, and remove the stress from your life. The game is over, DEX is done.
Lorenzon Your comparisons refuse to accept the facty that revenue is declining while in 2008 there was still usage of the phone book, and the potential of online was much greater than the reality. The last two quarters were as good as it gets, sell this dog before the end of the year to take advantage of the tax loss. It's over, debt holders won't accept a penny stock, just not going to happen.
Dave, the high gross margins are irrelevant due to the fact that expenses overrun any extra cash, and it's only going to get much, much, worse. A judge is not involved yet as they try to work things out. Its a ten cent stock, game over
Since this stock was $4 a share I was saying bankruptcy and total liquidation
Are right around the corner. The party is over, its a ten cent stock and not worth a penny.
Game, set, match. Nice job Joe Walsh and Jim McCusker.
Bill, why don't you call Joe and tell him you are demanding $5 a share. I bet he'll jump right on it and cut you a check for $15. Low cost sales reps, that should work, too. Your strategy seems pretty good, full speed ahead.
Ever hear of Donald Trump? he went bankrupt running four different companies, and he is going to get nominated. lol
shorties bailed out of this long ago, notice no squeeze when the stock went up 33% last week. The shorties have left the room, and they won't be coming back.
small market there, the phone companies sold control of their books years ago. Now all done on contracts, and DEX barely makes any money on the books after all the expenses. Most people under the age of 50 haven't used a phone book in ten years.
thats a nice trade. I plan to buy more at $14.50 and surprised the gap between that price and WTI. Last time WTI was this low the price was $14.03, makes sense to short here looks like oil is breaking down.
Dave let's say I lend you money for your hamburger stand. You start out doing pretty well, and even have made your periodic payments to me. Then right across the street a new hamburger chain comes in and does really well, and your business starts to slow down. Three months later a 5 guys burgers and fries opens up right next to you. You come to me and ask to exhange the note I own for new shares in your hamburger stand company. I politely decline because I can see the writing on the wall. You have to make a decision as to your future. Do you close the stand, liquidate the stand and pay me back, or file bankruptcy and pocket what little you have been able to save?
There would be no way I'd exchange that note with monthly income for shares in your soon to be worthless company.
Put this way, do you see why DEX will be unable to negotiate anything that works for them? Market share sliding, more nimbler competitors everywhere, and not a long term chance in Hades this stand makes it through another cold winter. Game, set and match. Dex is like a hamburger stand.
DEX doesnt have enough money to pay a pumper, they can barely make payroll and printing charges. Anyone that thinks this is a two billion dollar company is highly delusional and must either be enjoying product in Colorado or Washington.
I never thought it would drop as low as it did, looks like it should reasonably go back to $1.44 based on recent action. Bankruptcy is still a few quarters away, this gave me a chance to add to my position after selling a lot two weeks ago above $1.25 I don't think this is the type of stock to trade however, the movements have been mostly down, bumps are small and shallow.