If you are a real person, why not simply post the tweet instead of posting the twitter address (as you have done in numerous posts)?
Simply Google KMI warrants.
The following is from the front page of 5/31/12 Kinder Morgan, Inc. prospectus (fifth hit via search)
More info ion page 2, plus the other hits.
"This prospectus relates to 504,598,998 shares of our Class P common stock, par value $0.01 per share (referred to as “common stock”). The shares of common stock are issuable upon exercise of outstanding warrants that were issued in connection with our acquisition of El Paso Corporation, which was effective on May 25, 2012.
Each warrant entitles its holder to acquire one share of common stock at an exercise price of $40.00 per share, subject to specified adjustments, at any time until May 25, 2017. The exercise price may be paid in cash or by means of a “cashless exercise,” as described in “Description of the Warrants.” The warrants are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “KMI WS.”
We will receive all of the proceeds from any cash exercise of the warrants. If all of the warrants were exercised in full for cash, we would receive gross proceeds of $20.18 billion. However, there can be no assurance that any warrants will be exercised, or if warrants are exercised, how many will be exercised for cash. If all of the warrants are exercised pursuant to cashless exercises, we will receive no cash proceeds."
"I'll bet the earnings news is pretty good. The SEC should investigate..."
So much for that conspiracy!
"Acquisition (Non Open Market) at $30.03 per share"
Looks like these "buys" were not the result of individual buys, but perhaps part of compensation.
On another note, MBVT is buying NUVO Bank...
Welcome to posting on Yahoo Finance message boards (surely you're not the kind of person who continuously creates new names to post under, which IMO is rather deceptive, right?)
You need to stay on topic.
You INCORRECTLY wrote (responding to another poster):
"there are no shorts Idiot , no shares to short"
I simply CORRECTED your error and provided a legitimate source. Yes, the 2.2M shares short are A/O 4/15 ( a couple weeks ago, not "about 4 weeks behind". The number of shares short has increased every period.
Bottom line: there HAVE been shares to short and you made an incorrect statement. I've done that before, but the difference between you and me is that I can acknowledge when I make an error.
If you want to be taken seriously, post facts and not folly.
P.S. "Why are you so angry, Uncle Leo?"
P.P.S. Of course your Maine lobsters were "live"
I have no idea how this "thought" was generated in your head:
"...or are you so stupid to think the shorts only have 30 minutes they can hold the stock "
I've had a 7 for decades.
No position for me; fun to watch. There's just one degree of separation between me and Danny.
I was simply trying to make you aware that yes, in fact there ARE SHARES TO SHORT AND AS A RESULT, THERE ARE SHORTS.
You wrote: "there are no shorts Idiot , no shares to short"
You might want to hold back on the use of "idiot" LOL.
I have introduced you to a new resource: the nasdaq short interest site.
Gotta love these spammer/pumpers, and yes, mandl55 is one (review her posting history).
She is suggesting a particular stock "might be the next big run" AFTER it "is up over 90% in last week".
What did P.T. say?
"I know they are insanely busy but they need to find a way to get this done"
I sure hope they are busy!
My fear is that Julie may be jet lagged from another worldly adventure--or still on the road somewhere (I do admire Julie's altruistic ways, but my concern is that her outside activities diminish her focus on her JOB.)
I also wonder if Ed is still crunching the numbers on the company's (our) EQUITY INVESTMENTS.
I see pmcb DID have some volume (today is below recent average).
When I looked at pmcb's historical prices, I noticed how its recent 26 cent high had the most volume, 25.5 million shares and that that day was bookended by 12.2M shares and 12.5M shares. All other recent days have had volume of sub 10M. Just by glancing, I'd surmise the short term top is done and the volume shows this.
I just came across Kiplinger's "Best Fidelity Funds for your 401K Retirement Savings", dated April 2015.
To access the piece, Google "kiplinger best fidelity funds 401K". Third hit starts with "Fidelity manages 22 of the top..."
Here's a nugget:
"Bottom line: The Freedom funds have been disappointing. Of course, this may be the only target-date product offered in your 401(k) plan. In that case if you want a target fund, stick with Freedom. The funds could be better, but they’re not awful."
The ppch pumpers, that is.
Notice how LOW today's volume is?
Both of the above are not positives if you are long.
How many months until the next assault on ppch and how low will ppch shares be when the next pump is initiated?
And to think: the pumpers, after being so kind, offering their "input", they didn't even have the manners to say "good bye".
"I guess we have to expect this once in awhile?"
This sector is volatile and volatility works both up and down; it's just more fun with the "ups".
There is a short and sweet article below IBB quote: "Biotechs stick it to stocks".
"...Steve Massocca of Wedbush Securities. "It's not exactly the cheapest group around. It's got an elevated valuation here. It does nothing but go up. It doesn't take much to create a wobble."
From business insider PR below quote; what say you spiral???
"There hasn't been much news surrounding the company recently, but since the company's first report since going public, the stock has been on a huge rally higher. It is worth noting, however, that about 30% of the outstanding shares are being sold short, meaning investors are betting the price will go down, leading people on social media to throw around the "short squeeze" phrase to explain the move higher."
Welcome to posting on Yahoo Finance; I see you are new (A/O today).
(You're not one of those people who are constantly posting under new names, are you?)
"there are no shorts Idiot , no shares to short
When I look at the nasdaq site, it shows A/O 3/31/15 there were 2,017,512 SHAK shares short, up from 1.8M 3/31, up from 1.21M 2/27.....
Are you suggesting you were once long ppch and sold your shares at some point and then, to boot, you shorted additional shares at .095 (or was your "short" simply your closing trade on your long position?)
I'm not waiting for anything; I'd never touch a company's stock that has clearly been pumped (at least twice in a year or so).
"...this guy should be replaced by a 12th grader at some high school or a chimp with a dart board..."
or perhaps you, snocats; are you a suitable candidate?
Here's a tip: if you are going to try to say someone is "a joke", don't do it in a manner that demonstrates your own lack of knowledge.
And yet, given your sentiment, you continue to hold; an rather (in)anction--therefore you are illogical.
Have a delightful day!