Well, not EVERYONE, lol. It's been a while since I've posted here (these YHOO message boards have pretty much gone to h&ll, IMHO), but I've held on for several years and am up maybe twenty percent now. I'm thinking about selling a third of my holdings at ten bucks, another third at fifteen, and the rest at twenty-five or so. Lots of interesting stuff going on, against an admitted history of underwhelming results and performance. I think patience will ultimately be rewarded, but I'm not ready to drink too deeply at the Kool Aid station....
WAS one of the single largest shareholders. He sold most of his at the end of March. As a long, this concerns me more than a little bit.
Still here VJ. Still confident in the future and still well in the green. Lots of good stuff in the pipeline, and I am a patient man. I have a theory that those who still ramble on about dead mice probably got the brown acid.
Blessings to you and your entire family.
Yes, the politics of world heath is sickening (ironic, no?).
Although I believe Innovio will ultimately be a significant contributor to the control of Zika, I believe that it is the platform that will ultimately make the most difference in the lives of peoples and investors, both.
I am a patient man, but I agree that it's hard to wait while so many are suffering. I'm hoping to see good news soon on some fast-track solutions. Is that too much to ask?
Very good question. Taken together, the circumstances seem to suggest that the Chinese were more interested in costing (weakening) MAR than in taking over and managing the Starwood properties.