I need to find ways to complain about my life decisions and topple companies like whiny students who don't even try to get jobs do.
lost it all today and checked out completely. Going to get therapy, maybe, or just get the deed done. It's the shame of what I've done that has ruined me. I can barely make it to work each day. This shame, this time, is the end of me
Thanks for being, well everything you've said - I just can't think clearly I walked in front of traffic today on lunch and drivers deliberately avoided them don't they know that i need them becaues i can't do this rigth
"The company could not eliminate the delay without unreasonable effort and expense," according to the release. Corinthian has not yet decided! what to do about the compliance issue.
A company spokesman, Kent Jenkins, declined to comment beyond the release.
Even though I am in dark misery with credit maxed out, life's savings wrapped up in this stock at $0.794, and I know that your message is aimed at making fun of people like me, it's still funny
I'm so messed up right now, I'm thinking about buying in harder. I only have about $2000 in credit to max out, and it will only bring my average down from $0.794 to $0.71, but I'm still thinking about doing it. Losing it. There has to be some kind of news eventually...unless these guys are simply thinking of riding out into the sunset without accomplishing anything but leaving with their riches and no consequences...
Thank you hoto. seriously. But there is no other end for me. No one loses all of their family's money on an investment, no one. I am still in shock that an American company can be making billions one day, and be worthless the next. I placed my bets, and lost, big, with no hope of return. Just a jackin' joker pretending like he's getting something done for us. Only strangers will ever know why I did it, but someone, and there is always someone, who loses more than their shirt, and has to die for it. I'm sure every bad stock trade is connected to someone's suicide, and this time it's mine. Again, thanks for caring. I just have to plan this out so that I don't screw this up too
Don't know why I've held out hope for something that is clearly not going to happen. Thank you kind strangers for optimism, realism, and alternative points of view throughout all of this. Just don't think I'll make it to Thanksgiving disappointment
Yeah - even if the price does shoot up - whose shares will be sold/purchased first? Institutions will probably sell and and shorts buy all in post or pre-market, leaving us little guys with nothing. I'm in a dark place today....
Vanguard Group, Inc. (The) 2,464,800 2.81 271,128 Sep 30, 2014
BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A. 2,057,510 2.35 226,326 Sep 30, 2014
Shah Capital Management 10,792,553 12.31 1,187,180 Sep 30, 2014
Nantahala Capital Management, LLC 1,400,000 1.60 154,000 Sep 30, 2014
CALPERS (California-Public Employees Retirement System) 998,777 1.14 109,865 Sep 30, 2014
Invesco Ltd. 597,985 0.68 65,778 Sep 30, 2014
Steadfast Capital Management LLC 466,236 0.53 51,285 Sep 30, 2014
Bank of America Corporation 444,218 0.51 48,863 Sep 30, 2014
Geode Capital Management, LLC 418,268 0.48 46,009 Sep 30, 2014
Gabelli Funds, LLC 393,000 0.45 43,230 Sep 30, 2014