Going Private deals are always 99% in favor of the bidding party. So $3.00 is perfect for shareholders that bought between $1-$1.50.
I have watched your comments on SA on NEON but also several other articles. Are you a mentally ill person or what's up with you? It is all blablabla....nothing positive, always negative. How can you live like that?
I suggest you to go to look for a mental coach or another person that can help you with your personality. It is in your own best interest.
If they win? That is the big question. Investors who heard the oral arguments from the start to the end, know better. Judges are not convinced that RVP meets the criteria.
I agree with you. But why has this company always been so unfriendly to outside investors? No, road shows, hardly IR response, no clear vision what they want to achieve as a company, etc. etc.
I am long because I think if RVP gets a reward, they could initiate a super dividend. But it is just speculating. That's why this company will never be a serious investment as long as TS is running this business.
The controlling shareholder, which name will not be spoken, has never cared about shareholders only about himself. Why he has never been able to make his company profitable?
That is not because of BD, that's because he doesn't know how to run a business.
Look to his comments now. The author published a youtube link and RXR thinks it is a hoax. This man is insane.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
They are buying shares for a dime to take the company private going forward.
Interesting, especially the fact that some institutions have been making offers to buy a stake. Fortunately, the company rejected these, because of the low stock price at the moment.
Shelf registration is a process which makes it easier for United States-based companies to quickly issue and sell new stock. The system involves filing a single document which then allows stock to be issued at any time in the next two years. There are strict rules which a company must meet to qualify for the system. The system can't be used by companies which haven't yet issued stock or other securities.
A company would most commonly use shelf registration in situations when it expects to issue stock on multiple occasions. Normally, each issue would need to go through a full and lengthy legal process. This can be a particular burden if a company needs to raise money by issuing new stock as it would normally face delays before it was allowed to do so. With a shelf registration, the legal process is completed in advance and the same filing document can be reused whenever needed during the two-year period.
Another advantage of a shelf registration is that it allows the company more flexibility about the timing of a stock issue. This could allow it to take advantage of changes in attitudes among potential investors.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) introduced shelf registration in 2005. The name is based on the idea that the filing documents wait "on the shelf" until the company decides to issue the stock. This shouldn't be confused with an "off the shelf" company, which is created and put through the legal registration process but doesn't have any real-world activity. Instead this type of company is later sold to people who want a hassle-free way of turning their existing business into a company.
Because that Mei County National Kiwi Fruit Wholesale Trading Center has a CAPEX of approximately $71.9 million in buildings and equipment.
And the other project with the Yidu Municipal Government (Hubei Province) for the construction and establishment of a zone for the manufacturing and comprehensive deep processing of concentrated orange juice, orange juice drinks and other orange-related products has a CapEx of approximately $60.8 million.
So that is already more than $130 million.