This is pretty funny. Of all the things on an INSM message board folks might expend their energy "discussing" at this time in the company's development, we get 37 (and counting) replies over 3 weeks to an OT admonition to stop being so OT.
Beats the heck out of the "google this" SPAMs, though.
The conversion to digital from print is inevitable, not desirable. Though costs are higher for print, so are margins, and that's the side that's falling. Digital growth ranges from slow to flat, while competitors are growing that revenue (and market share) at a rate that demonstrates DXM's management to be handling the integration transition poorly, even while they seem to be collecting fat paychecks for it.
What you have mentioned above is all the same PR made available in the cc, and does nothing to suggest a $16.50 valuation.
And, while "The perception that they might fail" may be a part of their plan for getting bondholders to accept 25-30+% haircuts, that's part of the accounting games I referred to. That's not a vision or recipe for growth - it's a strategy for collecting outrageous salaries and bonuses while issues excuses, generalizations, and stock phrases for poor performance.
"POOR MANAGEMENT THAT WAS IN PLACE BEING SLICED AND DICED" - so the implication is that the management now in place has a (non-drug-induced) vision and the skills to bring it to fruition. I've been looking in vain for evidence that they can do anything but play accounting games to collect enormous paychecks and bonuses while the company parachutes into the pink sheets.
Please do share any substantive evidence to the contrary. I truly would like to see it.
There was no "message" on the 1st post of the thread.
And the only message you seem to have is a relentless reiteration of the same canned bash.
"with digital resuming growth"
That would certainly be the ticket to the company's survival and eventual prosperity, but during the last cc I heard nothing but more vague references to synergies that, so far, seem to have been elusive or maybe just illusory. Current management doesn't seem to have a plan they can articulate, nor metrics for success. They seem like beancounters and lawyers who have control but no vision.
This company may have great potential, and I hope it realizes that potential, but there will have to be changes at the top to get there, IMO.
It was actually one of their "Alpha Rich" articles which, though publicly broadcast yesterday, was actually released to paying customers the day before.
That said, I agree that SA did not drive this move. The incredible volume this AM, with around a million shares traded in the first 1/2 hour, seems like a ham-handed institutional acquisition (and likely more than one).
Given that your head's up in there, I should think that the prospect of laughing your #$%$ off would be terrifying for you.
Just thought, maybe there is expectation that the tender offer has been more successful than expected.
While that's good for Dex's bottom line, wouldn't that also mean that debt investors have reason to be scared enough to take a haircut today?
Now, on over 10k shares (not huge, but still...) the BID is at $7.45 at around 9AM.
This cannot be from a SeekingAlpha pump.
Surely, there is unannounced news?
If you are inquiring about phhharmahero , I would guess that yes, he has small hands and short, frail fingers.
Yes. Anyone having to live in the same household as that guy would be excused for disappearing him.
You sure do know how to throw a tantrum, don't you?
Take it like a man, ya wussie.
Ya placed yer bet, and ya got porked.
Stop behaving like such a big baby in public.
I'd like to know that, too.
A 35% intraday climb on 2.7 million shares when we're more often in the 150k - 250k / day range seems like more than a short squeeze.
I wonder if someone knew something that they weren't supposed to trade on yet.
Some little self-stroker seems awfully desperate.
Did baba lose some coin today?
localvisionary = acid trip in a padded room