Thanks, I appreciate it.
Also, if Kahn shares are included, isn't the group mentioned above already over 50%?
Koyak23, this was my concern/question in the last topic. I hope this is an extreme example, but if a 51% shareholder (or group) decides to take a company (NTP) private at $6.00, is there anything to protect the 49%? I have no experience with this.
Thanks. I like to see management have a stake in a company I'm investing in, but is there a point where it can be counter productive for the remaining shareholders?
Does anyone know the percentage of outstanding shares 3 million additional will make for Koo, Kellogg, and IAT Reinsurance (I think)?
....for my sake I hope they nailed it.
I just assumed a fund or institution was taking what they think is a low risk (graham) flyer on this before earnings.