OMG, if the debt gets rolled over (no opinion on whether or not it will), that tells the market that lenders have the confidence in some sort of turnaround. A company with over $1 bill. in revenues, yet a $40 mill. mkt. cap. If the debt got rolled over, I would say the stock would immediately pop to $10-$15 from where ever it's trading at. No-brainer as to the initial market reaction on a rollover.
Unless one was dropped on their head at birth, the stock will most definitely soar on a rollover. That part of the equation is NOT rocket science.
In reading the 8-K again, it looks like there's no actual way to tell what SuperMedia's revenues were.
Any idea what they did a year ago in Q1 ?
these financiers aren't planning on selling their stock at $2.77 and with total operating expenses of $4 million in 2014, the company obviously has plenty of cash going forward.
Alex, I'd much rather have my trading abilities and DD skills than access to daddy's trust fund account.
Alex, that sell was over a week ago. What on earth does that sell have to do with what I just posted about the doctors ? Geez dude, get a grip.
You guys don't know this, but when Jordan reached his 90-day assessment period, the doctors said, "No significant progress," yet obviously the PR said differently. And obviously since Jesi was told the very same thing, we're simply observing these doctors tame the patient's hope and enthusiasm as to not get their hopes up too high. The FACT is IMO .... Jesi will get the same review as Jordan PR wise. I added at $12.32, so I now have three positions. Half of a position at $11.53 (sold half at $13.79), one at $12.20 and now another one at $12.32
The stock will move higher from here when the dust settles and people realize that yesterday's move was probably the best thing this joke of a company ever did. The spending watchdog is now in place and it's a whole new ballgame. Also love the 4X ramp-up with increased gross margins. Great trading opportunities have arrived.
Shock, I've been in your camp the last several months, but there's definitely a trade here now. There's finally a watchdog in place to oversee the spending and look at the pricing of the convertible notes and warrants. The company MUST keep at all times at least $6 million in the bank and that increases to $8 million. If people loved the stock at yesterday's $5.83 closing price then they should be tripping over themselves down here. I bought some at $3.40 and $3.50 yesterday and think I can get $5.00 for those shares after the dust settles.
Same delusional old men still here year after year spewing the same garbage that obviously doesn't affect the stock whatsoever. These multi-time losers in life just have to be pulling out their hair in frustration. Think it's bad for them now ? Oh my, they won't have any hair left soon enough. What just kills these guys is that no financing shares whatsoever are hitting the market and won't be until this company gets bought out. Think I'm kidding ? Just ask any of the guys that have exercised warrants. Life is good, but about to get a whole lot better.
You watch, as analysts will have favorable commentary about "moving on" from Kodak. They were far far more cheery on the CC than I would have thought. When's the last time that UNXL management ever said, "We'll ramp up production by 4X's next year without extra expense" ? Ummmm ..... never .... until now.
UNXL must now keep at least $6 million in the bank at all times, increasing to $8 million pretty soon. No more lavish spending on Kodak B.S. and still a huge short position in the stock. Profitability and a 4X ramp in business next year without extra expense and increased gross margins. Stock conversion at $8.55 and $9.63 for warrants. This will bounce and major UNCERTAINTY surrounding Kodak has now been removed. Would anyone short the stock here ? Heck no, but I know short covering commences right away. I was bullish and wrote an article, was very bearish in agreement with Richard, but no way I can be bearish down here at $3.50 after what was just learned .... and .... REALISTIC.
Changing of the guard continues, as tutes keep buying from retailers. Business as usual.
I think you're in for a big surprise. Okay, carry on, as it's hilarious reading this thread .... when I can find time. Retailers continue getting flushed. No surprise there.
He's in constant contact with SKBI and also assisting the company in its business. He sold King to Pfizer for $3.6 billion and he sees huge upside in SKBI. Looking for immediate pop to $6.00 on 10-K filing.
Spent 1 hour and 5 minutes with her on the phone. I'll try and expand a little this weekend, but have to get back to trading before the end of the day, etc. She is one awesome woman and for anyone who says otherwise (and there are several), you are low-life #$%$. Secondly, if you're selling any stock right here because you think Jesi hasn't improved .... you'd be a fool for selling and you'd also be very very misinformed.
You should be thrilled to death with all the attention the stock is getting here on this thread, regardless of the (alleged) sentiment posted here. Just remember that most without a position in the stock that want back in will tell you about uncertainty and how you should sell, etc. Meanwhile, as they say sell, they will be buying. Their goal is "Do as I say, Not as I do." Oldest game in the book. The stock is very undervalued based on the results we've seen and you should love all the attention the stock is getting here, regardless of the post. If someone is short the stock, it's not that they think the technology doesn't work, but that they think more retailers will be scared out of their position.
marc, you're doing a great job at working your way towards earning the #1 Tool award. Perfectly doesn't mean to the exact penny .... moron. Aren't you supposed to be in school or something ? You of all people have no business trying to become a trader, especially with the disingenuous approach you take to go along with your laughable commentary with zero substance. Let me know when you can actually form a thought.