Thanks for the response, I sold all my VOD did great with it.
I will look at cnh, out of vogue is when you want them.
Cody Acree - Ascendiant Capital
And then lastly, Russell, obviously there has been some recent negative articles that have impacted your stock price. A lot of that being reversed today. Any responses that you would like to make? Any comments you would like to make?
Russell Ellwanger - Chief Executive Officer
In general, I think there's basically two types of people, right. There's people that like to see things grow, that get excited about growth. Those are the people on this conference call now that have believed in the company, have invested in the company, have stayed in the company with long positions. There's other people that take joy out of destruction, like to see decay. Fundamentally someone that has a sole short position, they want to see things decay. I think the articles that you refer to is from someone that self professedly had a short position. A short position in this company over the past year was not beneficial. So it would make sense then to try to dig, to look, to sling mud, but one should expect that what's being slung is at least accurate. And in this case, it's not accurate. No substantiation really in most anything that's being said. So all I can say is, someone with a short position, they take joy in decay. We take joy in growth and we are very happy for our shareholder base that is enjoying growth.
hson you may like then, ne wmngt and restructuring get in before the crowd.
cemp will be another cubist
Lets think about this, what can the shorts really do besides playing these little up and down games, They cannot cover the 12 million shares like this because they just added more short shares yesterday and it adds more fuel for the future fire. They are hoping to get longs ot sell and break our moral.
They are underwater and need to find a way out, we are like the cat waiting at the mouse hole until the mouse makes a run for it.
big family tree you guys have...
Do you live in a box like your cousins D & D.
I didn't go to Harvard, I drink heavily,I chase large breasted babes and sold my 250,000 shares at the high and got a bj while I was hitting the sell button so gfy
Here is a quote from the report:
All three operating regions increased January home orders and average orders per community in 2015 over 2014:
West region orders increased 39% with a 31% increase in average orders per community;
Central region orders increased 6% with a 22% increase in average orders per community, including a 15% increase in Houston’s average orders per community;
East region orders increased 146%, primarily due to the addition of Atlanta and Greenville markets in August 2014, combined with increased orders per community for Florida, Tennessee and North Carolina.
KBH is strong in CA, NC and FL.
I just saw and confirmed this data, this is going to get fun...
One large buy order of 1k will send this up 20 to 50 cents, lots of little padded orders from bots and shorts trying to keep this flat or down.
Either way they have to keep spending $$$ to stop this from rising while we sit back and wait for the inevitable.
Independence Holding Company Unveils Technology Platform to Administer Full Spectrum of Health Products on Private and Public Exchanges
EbixEnterprise Platform Seamlessly Integrates Front-End and Back-End of Health Insurance Processes.
This is recurring revenue.
91% of the shares are held by insiders and institutions. Shorts know they cannot cover the 12 million shares, so they need to somehow keep this down until they get out by buying calls and slowly covering without spiking price.
Clearly cat and mouse game.
Selling eDiscovery and closing Sweden will all help but the reduced expenses will drive the bottom line.
No debt and good cash gie them the luxury of time of making the right decisions and not being in panic mode.
This seems like they are trying to walk it up in a slow controlled manner so not to cause panic covering by shorts, buy options then cover...... rinse repeat.
Good news however and then another $3 to $5 and maybe $10 with panic.