Texas is much more shareholder and business friendly anyhow - NEE would have suffered under this obama style regulators dream anyhow.
The problem is that they tell us nothing - we are scratching all over the internet and our brokers to get sketchy information - IS THERE ANYONE THERE ANYMORE THAT CARES ABOUT SHAREHOLDERS?????
I've seen it happen before but never under all the fraud conditions we have here. The IPO was issued at 11.00 about a year ago. It is true that Yan has caused all of this but the stock will be forgotten if it is delisted and sent into pink sheet world. But then it sure isn't hard to find a class action lawyer here either - it will take years to get a few hundred bucks on 1,000 shares if it goes that way.
Well it worked out fine - the weather in Boston was driving rain with 40-50 MPH gusts and the Fogo was about half full for Lunch - I had a group of 6 and the bill was 44.00 each plus a 50.00 tip for the staff - the salad bar was fresh and high quality - the cheese was very impressive and fresh salsa went with the meal along with the rest of the bar - we didn't have wine or any booz on the bill - the meat kept coming and the little ribs and chicken legs also tasty. They kept rotating all the meats frequently and we never had to chase down a waiter with the meats. The lunch is a little cheaper than dinner. The boston location probably seats 120 or so and having it half full in that Sunday weather was quite good. Nice that they charge you for drinks but the refill is free. Looks like they rotate a table in about 1.5 to 2 hours
I'm taking the family to one next Sunday for the Lunch meals - I will let you know how things are in the Boston location on a Sunday anyhow - Spending down some of the profit I made in December on Fogo and doing some munching DD.