any color on sales? last I could find was $21mm in 2006. thx. btw guys, the twitter feed on $WSTL needs help. better place to post
interesting that was in Chicago. Chicago-based Perritt has a decent position in WSTL. small cap funds have been buying for 18 months and sharply increased in 4Q13.
nope, that's normalized fully diluted. including Alphaville, it was $0.86. EPS excluding Alphaville was ~$0.24. BV ripped higher by the way R$5.88 to R$7.51 YoY. Tangible BV R$5.35 to R$7.51 YoY. Sequentially, BV grew even more.
not sure what you are referencing in terms of the buyback. they are not retiring the shares so the CSO count stays the same. it goes on the balance sheet as an asset - the only impact is to cash and leverage ratios. after completion of this buyback round, they'll have 10% CSO. if the intent is to spin the companies out, it makes sense they'd hold the shares for investment. key details to pay attention to are: (1) which entity controls the Alphaville minority interest?, (2) will they also float Alphaville?, (3) how will the GFA shares held by Tenda get distributed (or not)? The big question is what happens to the ADR? If they cease the ADR, the impact will be to reduce the total foreign participation in the stock, making it more of a buyout than a float from that perspective.
Local +2.11% premarket.
where is data on the Blackrock private client shares? they would have to show up in a 13F as asset managers are required to file.
fyi, just checked interactive brokers and they estimate dividend receipt on 2/25. they only list the gross at $0.26 so perhaps there is no withholding? who knows.....
interesting that FCC comes out with proposal to rewrite all of the rule for net neutrality on the heels of Netflix throttling.......
per the Dec filing, interest pmt is made on 2/18/14 and then available within 3 days for non-BOVESPA regulated accounts which I believe would include foreign shareholders via the ADR. so, by 2/21/14 it should hit
yes, net buying in excess of 2mm shares. i think yesterday was one or two small cap funds getting into the name. excellent volume yesterday.
dude, not only did you fail to reply to your factually incorrect statement about 13Fs when it's not just Tilson, but over 2mm shares net purchased as of 12/31/13. but please, you pull figures from a LinkedIn page, extrapolate that to mean they've been "dumped in the garbage" and expect to be taken seriously? ever hear of inventory? look, maybe they way overproduced a widget that costs 50 cents to manufacture. even if they have, so what? the stock is being bot and the price is reflecting that. i do notice you've been bashing this since 12 bucks or earlier. do you have a position in this or not?
CALL deferred rev at 44% of last Q top line versus VG at 4.3% - what exactly are you talking about? What are your comps for what deferred revenue *should* be exactly? Looks strong to me.
Sorry but you aren't using the most recent 13Fs which show over 2mm shares net purchased during 4Q13, including T2's relatively smaller purchase of 165,000 shares last month. The only major sellers were Pavol and Goldstone - which is clearly constructive. Here are the facts: the stock is under accumulation by smart, strategic small and mid cap funds. Are they always right? No. But to characterize 13F activity as "not great" is incorrect and quite the opposite. For the life of me I can't take anyone seriously who claims to have precise product return data - like "75%" - and spends any time posting on Yahoo.