Perhaps they think they can find a buyer for the whole shebang if they are listed on a nationally recognized exchange. I have had three stocks that went to theOTC BB and two never made it. One did and is doing quite well back on the NASDAQ.
Makes you wonder about games the market makers play. Nice finish today after being down for much of the early morning action.
Good luck, but the pre market volume was really small at about 2000 shares. Looks really weird with some 5 share trades mixed in there. Not sure that is really indicative of anything after being more worried earlier.
Despite the cheer leading going on about great earnings to be reported this week, I would think the share price would be reflecting that scenario and it is not. Isn't the old adage something like "buy the rumor and sell the news"?
I have never said there is not climate change and I have always said that humans have an impact on it but too many argue that it is only human activity and that is patently false.
Magellan pipeline from Magellan wells? Didn't think so. The fact is, avi, you would clearly prefer no type of fossil fuel ever be used in the U.S.
And you my friend would know about soft-core given the time you are on the computer.
You should know that a condition book is no guarantee of the races that will actually run. As a syndicate, we would like our horse to be running for about 12000-14000 dollar purses at 6 to 6.5f for a tag of 12000 but we cannot always get what we want. But, quite frankly, drloven, I don't give a rip about your so called California runners unless you are willing to prove you actually have some shares in them.
BTW, perhaps you could share the names of all your runners and when they are entered so that I may look up their records also. Last I looked, training and stabling is about twice as expensive in California so I hope you are taking that into account along with the bigger purses you get in northern California. Of course, to do that, you would have to reveal you real name so your ownership could be verified as well. Are you in?
In other words, she is being edged out by the top 1/8 of the horses at Emerald. You know perfectly well that the vast majority of people who buy small shares in horses do it for the fun and to learn some things knowing they will not be part of a syndicate owning a piece of California Chrome or American Pharoah. So perhaps you should jump off your high horse and tell us how many losers you have been involved with compared to the number of races you have won. Ms P is doing just fine and, if I were you, I would be getting my money out to bet on her in the next race in a couple of weeks. I am sure TVG could handle your wager. Incidentally, a lot of your so called Cali monsters have gotten their #$%$ kicked in the Longacres Mile.
Wow, you actually looked up some information. Too bad you did not put your money where your mouth is as you would have tripled your stake for a place bet. 6.40 on a 2.00 wager or you could have doubled it for a show bet with a 4.20 payoff on a 2.00 bet. Heck, that would have paid for some of the electricity you use pounding on your keyboard all day. Since both second place finishes this year have been to Kentucky bred runners, I would say she is doing all right and will be looking to have her improve on her 6 in the money finishes in 14 lifetime starts. Better get your money ready appendage to the One.
2nd place on Sunday at Emerald Downs. If you are talking about the Preakness, that was Saturday. Two seconds in a row now this year against pretty good competition at least for the northwest. In both races, it has been a Kentucky bred which beat her and in both cases it was in the stretch. Fun distraction from other issues.
We have a declared drought now in WA state with snow packs virtually gone compared to averages for the last few decades. 5 years ago we were over 100% of normal. 5 years before that we had large shortages and 5 years before that we had well over the averages. Not going to be a good year this year for agriculture with losses of over 1 billion dollars predicted for state orchardists and farmers.