The buybacks by the American REITs will probably hurt them more than inspire confidence. Had they used the buyback money to lessen the impact of a div cut, it would at least make them look more profitable to the shareholders and prospective shareholders considering buying at this low point.
At AGNC a purchase of 12m shares represents approx 280m dollars. This takes distributable and non-distributable cash to do so to the tune of .70/share. They could have given an increase in the dividend which would have had a bigger impact on investor confidence. Price goes up rather than down. A subsequent secondary gets them into a tranche of new MBS with higher spread income which makes another div increase more likely in the next quarter.
The directors, it appears, suffer from groupthink.
I am going to ignore you if you do not start posting something of value in understandable syntax.
"it is customary to have agreements to allow lead scientists announce details at medical conferences or in publications."
This would explain the poor IR around Trust 1 thus far.
It also means positive spin likely coming from Trust 1 regarding the set that did respond positively.
"Revenue from this new contract is not yet reflected in our results and should be part of as more of a second quarter event for the company. To help continue building Vroozi's pipeline, we recently signed 3 new general partners in North America, while at the same time, consolidating sales and marketing functions in both Vroozi and NetSol to achieve cost benefits and opportunities to cross-sell both Vroozi and our core NetSol Financial Solutions suites."
They already covered making .30 per share.
Gambling I don't care to do myself, but it works for them.
This is a little known equity, but the market always takes notice of fundamental performance. Maybe not in an equitable fashion, but it does take notice.
In the next two weeks Zacks will jump on the bandwagon as they did a year ago, and others.
One important concept Dr. Najeeb threw into the call was an investiment in the staff. That has google-like implications. If you invest in your people, they invest in you, with joy.
Ok, that means fair value is low 20's. Might take a couple quarters to get there though, if they can maintain the growth rate.
And now the oligarchy of market manipulators are driving the market down with tapertalk fear.
Well at least the uber-rich are having fun.
Plus all the responses she deleted. A few of mine never showed up after posting. No derogation, insults, or profanity. Sham authors do not take kindly to the truth.
After SAphie deleted a few of my responses to the anonymous hit piece, I complained about their one way process of automatically deleting valid comments just because it exposes the author.
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Please stick to what is known or be relegated to the heap of useless posters that this board has generated. Both bashers and pumpers.
You have to be your own man and sink or swim on your own decisions.
Good probability on this one though. After a certain point, you might consider using 25% of your shares for trading in and out while holding long the rest.
I look at the management team and think that they would not be there if it was not a slam dunk.
Look at the parts of the world in which there is no Crohns. This is a good ten year hold when considering the synergies with other autoimmune conditions.
Doctors are already finding out about hydrocodone slow release sans acetaminophen, and they like it. Heard it on NPR today.
When the share price was at the low and several insiders bought tens of thousands of shares, it told me that they have balls. I think they will go it alone with the help of Alkermes who reports tomorrow.
Yeah, the new share count will be about 57million dividing nongaap income of 93million for an approximate eps of 1.63. There are not many tech companies with earnings like that who trade under 20.
This will be fairly valued by the end of the lockup period.
If Conduit is estimated at a 1.4 billion value and now is proposing 45million shares[ to add to Peri's 12,] that puts their share price in the 30 region. So a private company worth 30/sh goes public at 12.6? This will have to correct as the firm numbers come out. A share price of 20 is not outlandish by April
There was a notion at the end of the FB lockup that huge volumes would sell and depress the stock price. The volume of puts went way up. The stock price went up instead, pushed by inflationary news to give the sellers a good price.
These guys are clever, so look for good news at the end of lockup to elevate liquidation prices for those owners of Conduit who want to realize a payoff for their years of work.
I have been invested in NCT before their mReit spinoff NRZ who declared today. they increased their stub dividend for an incomplete quarter from .07 to .175 for a complete quarter. Then I thought about ARR who was trading at about the same level a year ago.
That answers my question. One is on the way down and the other is on the way up.
It has been brutal, the way markets run on events of slight impact.