If this information accurately reflects the content of a conversation with Punit (and I have no reason to believe otherwise), posting it was truly heartening to those of us who are invested and believe we are on to something very big here. Thank you.
You need to learn how to read. He clearly implied that the price would increase once the selling starts. If you are going to bash, at least do it correctly "boy".
You are casting your pearls before the swine. You have a noble thought, but he is beyond help.
Is dilution good or bad? Dilution at .44 is not very good. Dilution (for funds that will eventually make us a lot of money) at $2.00 or more is not such a bad thing. It's all relative. We won't know if it was good or bad until it happens.
Conversing with him is kind of like getting something nasty stuck to the bottom of your shoe. It's real hard to scrape off. It just hangs on, and on, and on...
I wasn't trying to take him on (although I'm certainly not intimidated by him). I was just trying to point out a couple of facts. However, your advice is sound. I was given similar advice years ago from an old man. He said, "Never wrestle with a pig. You will both get dirty and the pig will like it".
Ok. I'll try not to use multiple syllable words. Your factual error was not that Bloomberg didn't say those additional things, it was in saying that the poster attributed those items to Bloomberg (which he clearly did not). He was drawing a conclusion and stating his opinion. You distorted that fact by calling him a liar. Savvy?
You are 100% correct. Once you remove all the "smoke" on both sides, we are in a wait and see scenario. No one knows what will happen (myself included), but I am long 355,000 shares in the belief (not hope) that this will pay off handsomely. You obviously are of the same mind. It is the weak that will lose here. All IMO, of course.
No personal attack on you was either intended or executed. I simply pointed out the "factual errors" in your assertion. The last time I checked, truth was not a tool in a personal attack, it is simply the truth. Finally, I didn't "attempt" to look a fool as you purport. I'll let others decide who the fool is. Let us see who launches a personal attack.
The only thing he attributed to Bloomberg was that holiday sales growth was the best since 2005. Everything else was clearly his opinion (at least to anyone with basic reading comprehension). That doesn't make him a liar, but it does make you a major distorter of the facts.
Bashers don't have style. The have a method by which they operate, but they have no style, class or particular worth. They are more like a pimple - insignificant but annoying.
Just for the record, I (for one) don't care if you are here or not. That is solely your choice and makes no difference to me (or anyone else, I would imagine).