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securitvaults 70 posts  |  Last Activity: May 14, 2014 10:09 AM Member since: Apr 5, 2013
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  • securitvaults by securitvaults May 14, 2014 10:09 AM Flag

    Again, DAL is in the green just like it was on Monday. AAL is down again as it was on Monday. AAL sellers & major funds are buying DAL. A couple reasons why the money is buying DAL. DAL pays a dividend that they just announced to raise that dividend. DAL is in the S&P & major funds have to buy. DAL's management knows what investors & share holders want, Return on their money. DAL does not have hidden problems that AAL could have with labor unions. DAL makes a better return on their planes & has a larger load factor. I like them both & own them both but just do not like the way the officers & CEO of AAL continues to sell their free shares. Not a way to lead the way for people & funds that want to buy or who own the stock at this time.

  • securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 4:10 PM Flag

    Agree again with you. DAL was behind AAL by about $2.50 dollars & today DAL is ahead of AAL by a little more than $1.00. That's a $3.50 swing. DAL's CEO did not take out $25 Million in the first 3 months of this year either. The CEO at DAL knows how to excite investors & make money now for them. You don't hear in 18 t0 24 months we might be up to new highs. He thinks today & investors like that type of movement. There's to much playing in the stock market with computer trading & the big funds moving markets in big swings. I still say, if the CEO of AAL would go into the market & buy some shares with his own money, AAL would get a good bounce to the up side.

  • securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 3:44 PM Flag

    That's well said. I've been saying the same thing for a long time. Having the cash in the bank these days is worthless. Pay debt down, buy stock if one thinks it's at a cheap price, do something & let investors get on board again. Again, I agree with you completely.

  • securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 2:26 PM Flag

    By the way bear, carr is not secur. I've read carr & agree with that poster about AAL's management selling to many shares. If you did own the stock, you would agree too. If you don't agree, then you have your opinion just like every other poster on these sites. I know I've said this before to you, I think you're an adult & can pick & choose what you do. Don't read the post that seem to upset you. If you're a child, then you should be in school but I really think you're a gofer for the management of AAL. You seem to defend them about their ton of selling of AAL's stock. Just don't read mine or carr's post. Other than that, I really Do Not Care What You Think or DO.

  • Reply to

    AAL's price action today is unbelievable

    by securitvaults May 6, 2014 1:46 PM
    securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 2:16 PM Flag

    bear - worker for AAL. You have the right to ignore my post as an adult. I recommend you do it & shut the door. I remember what my parents look like & I know it's not you. As for paying me to stop, you do not have enough money because I do not take penny's & that's all you have in my opinion. By the way, you said you have 54 days until retirement. What type of job do you to sit at this AAL board all day & do nothing in the job you're at? I think you on welfare & that kinda #$%$ me off. I have to pay for your lazy butt. Ignore my post or shut the ____ up. You can fill in the words, you good at doing nothing.

  • AAL can not hold its gains today. DAL announces buy back & raises dividend. AAL announces code sharing with British Airways. Oh by the way, that was old news from about 3 months ago. WOW. AAL's leaders are really giving the investors what they want. All we are seeing is DAL kicking dirt on AAL while it takes off. I bet we see some selling from AAL's officers before we see a buy from anyone of them. SELL those FREE shares & take more money from AAL.

  • securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 1:31 PM Flag

    Out of bk less than six months ago. First AAMRQ did not go BK. about bringing out some news, how the CEO & his staff have bought shares of AAL rather than the CEO selling more than $25 MILLION dollars of AAL stock in the first 4 months of operation. Are you ok with that? By the way, that does not include the officers selling in those months & all the selling they got when before US Air took over AAMRQ. If that's ok with you , then you're one of the officers of AAL. As a investor that put my money up when I talk, I think this mass selling by the management was ridicules. I'm sure a lot of other investors & big funds did not like it either. Oh by the way, DAL's management has not been there that long but they do know how to run a company & know how to keep investors happy.

  • securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 11:09 AM Flag

    The CEO sold more $25 Million in AAL shares in the first 4 months. He shows 1,484,404 shares as April 22, 2014. He sold over 1/3 of his AAL. Now I would complain or bring this to the public but he sold them the first 4 months on the job. That does not look good nor does it make investors want to buy. He was already a very wealthy man from US Air & his past other airlines he was the CEO at. Why then sell so many shares of AAL if one truly believes he can build this company to the greatest ever. Witch in turn, would lead to new higher highs.

  • Reply to

    38.50 next stop?

    by melodias23 May 6, 2014 9:53 AM
    securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 10:00 AM Flag

    Yes, we can if AAL's CEO & managers stop selling & lead by example. DAL management knows how to treat investors. AAL's team is good & I believe in AAL's future but I'm not selling like the CEO & officers have been doing in the first 4 months of this new AAL.

  • securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 9:57 AM Flag

    I know you don't want to hear this. Yes, AAL is a young company but he management team needs to stop selling their free stock every qtr. they get it. If they truly believe that AAL's future is looking good then why sell so many shares. Are you selling or do you believe AAL's stock will go hirer? The way the management believe shows that they are short timers & want all they can get now. Yes,

  • securitvaults securitvaults May 6, 2014 9:29 AM Flag

    DAL's management team knows how to treat investors. I like AAL & own both but my DAL is making me more money. Cramer just put a $60 price on AAL. Maybe the CEO & management of AAL will stop selling their free shares & hold them. AAL's team needs to bring out some new news & entice new investors & old investors want to buy more shares. If they keep selling their shares every qtr., then it means they do not believe the stock will go higher. Yes, I understand they need money but the amount of shares they've sold is ridicules. Buy & lead AAL to new highs management.

  • Reply to

    amr holders...

    by perfettb Apr 30, 2014 6:06 PM
    securitvaults securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 6:25 PM Flag

    What are trying to say? Do not get your post. Please explain.

  • Reply to

    amr holders...

    by perfettb Apr 30, 2014 6:06 PM
    securitvaults securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 6:14 PM Flag

    Just as thought, you are on the management team of AAL. The AMMRQ holders are happy if they want to sell & pay a lot of money to uncle sam but for long term holders, some of us are miffed at the action after the sloppy conf call. By the way, I've been a LLC long term hold of the shares around $10.00.

  • Reply to

    AAL has roven now it's got a BIG PROBLEM

    by securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 4:30 PM
    securitvaults securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 6:04 PM Flag

    iahpx - read the post I sent back bperfett. Nothing again was directed at you unless you're management at AAL. All I'm saying to management is get in the game again. Yes, management does not care about stock prices until they get their free shares every quarter, so that they run to the market & sell them. How about doing something different & buy some shares like the rest of us, With your Own Money.

  • Reply to

    AAL has roven now it's got a BIG PROBLEM

    by securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 4:30 PM
    securitvaults securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 5:58 PM Flag

    I knew I would get some poster to attack me even though I said nothing to attack them. You have to be an officer of AAL. Take your free shares each quarter & shut the door. Nonsense from you is interesting. I guess you think AAL is the favorite child of wall street. This stock has lost its luster with investors. By the way, AAL is not the best performer of the airlines stock. If you had AAMRQ then you made out like a bandit & if you didn't then you're in 4th place. Do you think DAL, SAVE, HA, LUV, JBLU are going down the same as AAL? OH yes, they have been going up since their earnings call. Do you know why? The management knows how to run a conf call. If you are management, then you would have come from LLC but now you're running a bigger venture & with more problems. Labor, Pilots & etc... I guess all that's going the way the management planned. NOT. Again, I did not get angry with you unless you truly are the management at AAL. All I've been sayings is, Believe in the company & by some shares & show the investment public & big funds you're willing to put your money where you mouth is. Talk the Talk then Walk the Walk. If you're another poster jumping on case, then do not read my post. You have that right as a adult to ignore them. If you can not do that, then Shut The Door.

  • Reply to

    AAL has roven now it's got a BIG PROBLEM

    by securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 4:30 PM
    securitvaults securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 4:31 PM Flag

    Head lines should had said, AAL has Proven now it's got a BIG PROBLEM

  • AAL & the current management have successfully blown their lead. They have the biggest airlines in the world & can not management it. The investment public is telling them that with the way the stock is selling off. The stock market sets a record & AAL loses another 1.24%. Good gone management. If the stock sells off then we will see AAL back under $30's a share. Absolute ridicules the way the rice has come down since conf. call. The management at DAL are laughing at the management at AAL. The CEO of AAL should be embarrassed. He need to kick some butt & get out there & support his company. DAL's stock rice was behind AAL's stock rice last week before the call by over $2.35 , Again $2.35 & now it's ahead of AAL by $1.81. If that does not make AAL investors mad then everyone is on drunk. We are investors & play these markets to make money, so that we can enjoy our later years. This action by the current management at AAL is not funny anymore. These people get to many free shares of stock & could care less for what the public really thinks. You can take this to bank, the management will or have put in to sell a bunch of AAL shares & the market has wind of it. You can only #$%$ off the big buyers so much until they go else where. DAL is taking investors & you can bet they will be taking market share from AAL. I know I'll get poster telling me I should not be here but I have $800K invested in AAL. That's not chicken feed. I'm sure glad I started to sell this stock the they announced earnings & buy DAL & MU. My only regret is I did not sell it all. It has cost me over $250K since earnings. Anyone care to understand why I'm a little upset with this current management team? I do not direct any of my venting to current holders of AAL but you should be just as unhappy as I am. We are going lower if they keep running this company as they are now. Good luck to all.

  • securitvaults by securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 2:54 PM Flag

    Dal will keep getting investor money until May 9, 2014. That's when one must owned the shares to receive the .06 cents dividend payable May 30, 2014. Hard to beat that at AAL when nothing is happening until the next earnings call July 14, 2014. Maybe the management team & CEO at AAL will either buy some AAL's stock or announce something good for the investors of AAL. Keeping a tight lip by management is not showing the investors you're a good leader. I've heard Douglas (CEO) has had that type of leadership in the past. Come on Doug be a good leader & buy some AAL's stock & then watch what happens to the price of AAL after that. If someone out there knows Douglas Parker (CEO) of AAL, please explain to him, If he Talks the Talk then Walk the Walk.

  • securitvaults securitvaults Apr 30, 2014 10:07 AM Flag

    I agree with carr. If Management talks the talk then they have walk the walk. It would sure boost the opinion of investors if the CEO bought some shares rather than sit back & get his huge amount of shares. Investors love to see CEO's buy because want management to believe. With Oil down big today, I'm surprised to see the airlines down. I'm a long time holder of AAL but watching DAL catch AAL rice & pass it by over $1.50 now, only confirms that the investment money believes more in DAL than AAL.

  • AAL holders are selling. 40,500 sold at the close today in one order. DAL closes up .90 cents & AAL close up .35 cents. DAL has picked up 5% of AAL's yearly gain since the earnings conf. call. We're talking only 3 days. Money is flowing to DAL & it's coming from AAL. Doe that make anyone want to own AAL or buy more. If we can get the CEO & officers buy some AAL instead of getting for free, then we would see the buyers come strong.

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