To live and die in China. A ton of cabbage fetches more than a ton of steel.
Forget this scrap. Buy CI or HUM and you will get ten or 15 percent
No not lost at all. If you want to play for short money, buy Cigna or Humana. You stand to
lose everything, Pinkleworth has and will be proven right.
And you get the Cupie Doll prize. Right you are. The risk here is going to zero and not back to the thirty cent range. They have already given the going concern warning and that is that. Humana or now Cigna was a better arbitrage play than this one. I am for staying independent.
Let's get to the knub. Scrap metal dealers are dishonest to the core. They cheat the public over and over again. What service do they really provide? Except for storing and accumulating junk metal. What is their contribution to society and the economy? These vultures are just hustlers and theives. So let's keep that in prospective. When talking about our company. It is a business that attracts the dregs of society, both the buyers and sellers are of the lowest common denominator.
Very perceptive. Junk buyer and junk seller. All risk. This isn't a blue-chip deal and a ten percent gamble is all risk. Pinkleworth has called this thing right since March. The back posts shows who has been right.
Take a course and learn about capital structure. Everything belongs to the bondholders. That sixty cents is theirs not yours.
I have been right for months. I will be right again. MCP went up substaniakky after I posted it. And more than made up for the PAL loss. DRRX made up and more for the AEZs.
I am the great Pinkleworth and will not be denied, After I told you to get out of MEA. It went down by 50 percent.
Nobody can get out of MEA because there is no liquidity.
Pink knows Adam. And Adam is toast.
You folks are waiting for nine cents? The creditors that own the secured paper will do their own deal. Your shares are going to zero. The covanants rule. Your equity vote is meaningless.
So the longest yard here is a seven cent gain. Sure thing ? Absolutely not. To many flakey people involved in this. You will soon see a big dump by one of the funds. 12 percent against 100 percent risk is a bad gamble. Don't let the breaded one take you down again.
Told you that you were playing for a quarter. You got your 25 cents. Told you that Adam Weitsman was bush league all the way and didn't have finances to take this over, Now you better worry about the China-Men. Generally, speaking they don't like to pay their bills on time. So your are caught between the breaded-one and some Chan's,
Limited risk? What is the downside in a worst case scenario? Perhaps, the trade is all risk against a nickel minus the time value. Is there any other stock that could go up 10 percent in a few months with less risk?
There is always a chance that the debtors demand immediate payment, thus ownership in August.