Digital Generation Sees FY13 Adj EBITDA $105M-$125M DGIT
For 2013 the Company expects the following:
Total revenues for the full year 2013 are expected to be in the range of $370-$400 million.
Adjusted EBITDA is expected to be in the range of $105-$125 million.
they didnt say for sure they would liquidate and no mention of how long it might take to wrap things up.
But, seems like it might be worth buying more at current prices.
My savings account pays .84%.
does not mention any disagreements.
Pleased that they are getting some respectable partners. This is what I expected 9 months or a year ago.
STEI is a stable business that will eventually be sold at prices ABOVE the current market.
There is nothing whatsoever wrong with quarterly dividends and the stock buyback will just increase the ultimate per share proceeds that shareholders will get when the company is sold. (At $11.75-14.00+)
We get paid to wait. I appreciate the dividends.
There are thousands of stocks that dont pay dividends. Perhaps you should find one of them.
I also get quarterly dividends in SO and they have a nice little track record of paying dividends and increasing the share price.
There is no reason that both cant be done.
which is lower than Becker Drapkins cost.
But, best case scenario is they keep their $6.99 million in cash and add the $16 million to it.
Thats $22.99 million divided by 21 million shares outstanding= $1.0947 per share.
And thats assuming they didnt burn any cash since yahoos information and they probably did.
But, I guess they would have some NOLs so Becker could find something to merge it with.
Well, Becker owns a lot so he is taking a loss too.
Wonder what, if anything, they will do with the empty shell ?
Paying the cash out would give nearly everyone a loss.
How many of us want them to swing for the fences with whats left ?
a REVOLVING door for upper mgmt is not wildly bullish to me.
But I retain all my shares.
This guy at big lots experience.
New 13d/a. This one says there has been no transactions in the last 60 days which cant be right.
Can someone else read them please ? Im not sure what they are saying.
On April 3, 2013, Tuesday Morning Corporation (the “Company”) and Seth Marks, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, agreed to his resignation from the Company. The Company and Mr. Marks are currently in the process of determining when his last day of employment will be with the Company.
Would it have been more bullish if he let them expire ?
He wouldnt have spent $3.5 million on shares if he expected to burn through the cash.
Particularly when his past insider buys were at much lower prices.
On April 1, the Reporting Person Mr. Higgins exercised 600,000 stock options. On April 2, the Reporting Person Mr. Higgins exercised 400,000 stock options.
While the form 4 appears incorrect, I believe he paid $3.50 per share A $3.5 MILLION investment. And the options were set to expire on 5/1 I believe.
His form 4 shows prices of $3.76 & 3.77 but Im not sure where they came from. Those were market prices and he paid just 26-27 cents below market.
Still pretty darn bullish for a million shares.
You didnt say what the company does.
Never heard of Findermann. Bought because it was about half of book value and there had been some insider buying and the board was at least looking at selling at one point.
Doesnt mean it wont go to $4 first but I think its got a reasonable chance of going to $8-10 in the next year or two anyway.
I would guess it will be increased from .49 per quarter to 50.5-51 cents per quarter.
If you mean 7 cents on an annual basis, thats a good guess.
Not sure the news will juice the stock though. Its expected.
Southern Company Raises Dividend Rate 11th Straight Year; Annual Rate Goes to $1.96 Per Share
Apr 16, 2012
In terms a 5th grader could understand it ?
I went long hoping that $6 would hold but it didnt. Kind of flying blind here based on the insider buying & the book value.
I have orders in at lower prices because if $6 didnt hold, maybe $5 wont either.
One can get bloody fingers from catching falling knives.