it has an intrinsic value thats being over looked,or manipulated,how ever you want to look at it
This is a double from here at a bare minimum
This will reverse course ..
the spin is on growth..Twitter will get there..Apple google Facebook.or a media company will #$%$ this up for 20 Billion..
Anyone Strating a company two years ago and gains ground on over a half of a Billion if you count logged outs ..2 billion in cash..The last coo saw a stall.Jacks back.Give the guy a year..At least..Twitter Is attractive take over for several co. for the obvious reasons.If you're too obtuse to see that you shouldn't gamble..Long Twitter to 50 plus buy out or not.
the mm spin this how they like.I wouldn't sell it for less than 40 per share,and thats cheap given they did they work to get it here
Einhorn averaged his price down and bought a boat load in the 2.50 range.His original position in the 15 s..SoEinhorns job now..Get co sold between 10 and 15 per share..
This Is Bullish for SUNE Stock
SunEdison’s big announcement was to give a board seat to Greenlight Capital, a hedge fund run by billionaire investor David Einhorn. According to the press release, SunEdison has appointed Claire Gogel, a former partner at Greenlight Capital, as an independent director effective immediately. (Source: “SunEdison and Greenlight Capital Agree to Corporate Governance Initiatives,” SunEdison Inc, January 27, 2016.)
To be honest, the announcement didn’t exactly come as a surprise, given the substantial stake David Einhorn’s hedge fund had in the company. According to SUNE stock’s most recent filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), Einhorn had a 6.8% stake in SunEdison. Moreover, Einhorn had been in talks with SunEdison about gaining a board seat. (Source: “Schedule 13D,” Securities & Exchange Commission, January 26, 2016.)
For those not in the know, David Einhorn earned his fame in the stock market for shorting Allied Capital, Lehman Brothers, and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.
Einhorn is also an activist investor. He even filed a lawsuit against Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) in the past and demanded a bigger piece of Apple’s giant cash pile be paid out to shareholders. Several months later, Apple did increase its dividends and also announced a more aggressive share buyback program.
So, what could Einhorn do to help SunEdison? Well, as it turns out, changes are already happening.
Other than offering Greenlight Capital a board seat, SunEdison also announced that the company will not issue any new equity without a supermajority vote of the board of directors. This is great news for holders of SUNE stock, because the agreement could limit potential dilution of the company’s shares.
While SunEdison’s stock price tanked big-time since its announcement to acquire Vivint Solar Inc (NYSE:VSLR) last summer, the industry’s outlook has become brighter.
The first piece of good news for the renewable energy industry came from the United Natio
I imagine this will create a nice short squeeze
If Sun bails on deal what comes off of their debt load?.Its at 11 billion? Would this add to that or is that what the projected debt would be if they bought vivint
Sun will sell certain assets bringing 800 minion to the table.The will allow them to pay off expensive debt at 10%
they took on the debt knowing sales of some assets and sales going forward would be conducive to growth..They bought time.Albeit expensive but only they know the real deal