So what if ALU was 2.20. Nokia (Suri) knows ALU will command a much higher price no matter what it's trading at. No less than 8 would ever be considered but this is a non issue because there won't be an outright sale anyway. Merger or Cooperative agreement is more likely.
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yeah, I agree. I was just making a point. That's a very conservative projection on my part.
Shares aren't halting just for that reason alone. Stocks catapult all the time without ever halted. Most of the time when stocks are halted it's from possible fraud or the information being distributed is from a 3 party. But a stock going up dramatically isn't a reason for a halt as long as the FTC doesn't suspect something illegal or misinformed information.
Until anything occurs it's just a wonder but we are talking "chances" here, not "for sure's." This is how you play stocks. Nothing is for certain but I see the "chances" of this being in double digits by 2017 very good and that's why I'm holding my shares. The CEO has so far delivered on his promises so that's encouragement and it seems he's not letting up until ALU is 100% back and profitable again. They are heading in that direction with Combes. But the main point here is you buy stocks based on future probability because nothing is fact until it's already occurred.
Thanks for reading,
Stock Pro and Yacht enthusiast
You must be a newbie or you would know many here post false information. It's frustrating