When does management announce the big deal you speak of?
I have been buying NOV this morning. the NEW Spanspur...........no more POS companies like IDSY or CDTI.
New guy, last one was a woman. Anyway, I think you can rescind your vote as long as you refile within 59 minutes of the final hour on the final day. You know, standard stuff. Of course, you will need the secret password and assigned numerical ID number. There must be accountability.
He did not say anymore than management is recommending approval of authorization to issue another 100 million shares. One would think that CDTI might have a tidbit of optimism as the date for the final vote approaches, if nothing else, a status update on the AP roll out. One would think, no?
Maybe it is me?
Per share losses or minscule profits guaranteed for the next year to year and a half..........
LOJN is nothing special, never has been.
Once again, What technology? CAMP management's plan is to redesign, resinstall all hardware, and add the subscribers to the cloud.
Nothing to complex. There are only 50 other companies worldwide doing exactly the same thing as LOJN and CAMP. How's that big insurance roll out doing?
Watch out below.............
Did any of you ever hear the tape of Bill Clinton in conversation with Jennifer Flowers, the former Miss Arkansas? Anyway, when Bill was running for president Jennifers apartment was burglarized after Flowers told Bill that reporters were digging for information. Flowers next door neighbor had been beaten to a pulp by two Arkansas State Trooper types because he had a video surveillance camera installed. Anyway, Flowers had made a tape of the conversation with Bill when he called and she informed him that reporters were wanting answers. I heard Flowers tell her story live on the radio.
Anyway, she played the tape, and there is Bill telling her to, "all you have to do is deny everything. Just deny everything." Flowers also went on to tell her story live that she was giving Bill head in the governors mansion while Hillary was down in the garden. Bill stood at the open window as was enjoying himself while engaging in a conversation with his wife Hillary.
Remember on 60 minutes, "I have never had sex with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky"...........of course, according to congressional testimony, a blue dress, and DNA evidence he was lying to the American people on 60 minutes.........
Not to worry, the power elite had decided they have had enough of the Clintons. Hillary is toast.
I may even vote for Bernie. Feel the Bern......................
Management paid an extra $25 million more then their original highest offer after two years of discussions?
CAMP now has a $2 million interest expense for life of the company.
There was probably a lot of pressure to do something after the company borrowed the cash. More telling is that there are no better companies to buy. Competition looms.............it will be interesting to see where pricing goes from here.
CAMP is in no way a deal or undervalued in any way. The #'s Juddy1 gave you are misleading.
Even with the cash that CAMP will receive from LOJN the naked enterprise value: Market Cap + Debt less cash is approximately $700 million.
CAMP is more than fully valued imo......
Looks like he is the last to go. Good luck to him in his new life in retirement.
I think Collier knew that Harl and McNabb were buffoons but always the company man kept his mouth shut.
I think the new guard is even more incapable then the previous group. For example: with the company bordering on insolvency Van Welch, who helped oversee the collapse of the company, is being more than a million per year.
As usual, WG is a complete disgrace....
I have to ask how you know that CDTI has been looking to sell for months? Is this because You are Eric's father?
The first step, if in fact they are looking for a suitor, is to go public. That is how it is done.
The mere public announcement would buoy the stock and put valuations nearer to a reasonable target. For years the value of the company has been contained in the patent portfolio. For example: management just blew $5 million in the last year developing Spinel and creating the powder formulas for P2C. But remember, this is CDTI management, they do not have a clue what they are doing business wise.
Imagine this, Spinel testing concludes $90 per vehicle savings, and the Patent has already been granted. And in the hands of CDTI the stock sells off.
For a long long time. It had better work.
And more importantly, CAMP paid $25 million more than they wanted to after 2 years of discussion. So who was desperate here? The entire borrowing plus some has been blown on LOJN.
The stock will sell lower imo.
CAMP now has blown all of the borrowed money, strapped themselves with a $2 million per year expense for the rest of time (that's $.05 per share), and it will take 12 to 18 months to integrate, and the P&L will be taking a hit.
IMO what we are witnessing this morning is merely allowing large money the chance to establish short positions at a higher level.
Are there any parts of LOJN that can be sold is a good question. LOJN has always, for decades has been a poor performer. Dealerships are not particularly happy, and few consumers end up buying the service when the new vehicle leaves the lot.
In his resume I believe it stated that he majored in animal hus band tree.......
I believe A&M records signed him to a deal.