Sh Pr. is what I see. Consistent incremental earnings beating consensus. The lack of distribution and thin trading creates an issue. And those who see litigation often are skittish. But the fundamentals of this business and industry are all positive. This is a long term hold.
DO YOU THINK THAT FIDELITY INVESTMENT WITH TENS OF MILLIONS OF SHARES, AND OPPENHEIMER, BMO CAPITAL MARKETS, DEUTSCHE BANK AND OTHERS WITH A BUY OR OUTPERFORM RATING HAVE NOT DONE CONSIDERABLE DUE DILIGENCE? These articles defy "free speech" and there should be some way to get these predators out of this business.
posando; i am talking about the process of targeting and soliciting customers whose accounts hold thinly traded securities and paying exorbitant interest rates to do so for the intended purpose of providing them to other customers who will knowingly short those shares and profiting from every element of the transaction.
Its sometimes hard to figure but the tape rules. Analysts all sem bullish and the new acquisition is accretive. Earnings dipped but it was explicable. Could it be the industry profile? The lack of volume. Very strange to me. Thoughts anyone?
Good morning at $11.40....have you shorted yet. I am buying more today and towards earnings I can see a 20% rise. Where are the plaintiff's in the lawsuits? Where are the lawyers? The long/short funds are now on the long side it seems. I thingk the refinancing and the earnings, new distribution in the US and trend towards healthier choices will help the story to attract more investment funds here.