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ydobrovic 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 13, 2015 12:33 PM Member since: Aug 6, 2010
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    The Delisting Process

    by abe_lincoln_is_broke Aug 13, 2015 12:12 PM
    ydobrovic ydobrovic Aug 13, 2015 12:33 PM Flag

    This isn't a problem because they cangroup share;the problem is that when you Group share,you give more space for shorters.Ridiculus also the montly payments to Hudson bay because in this way they have no time to collect money from businnes and repay in cash at the end of year.Normaly obbligation collect interest after one year and principal at the end.If you subscibe a lend whit montly payment in both interest and principal when your businnes is at 1 year you is a stupid and a idiot and must go in jail because cannot be only incompetence.

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    Confidence builder...

    by minddoc7 Aug 13, 2015 10:38 AM
    ydobrovic ydobrovic Aug 13, 2015 11:25 AM Flag

    They have no money;if hawtorne make a public offering to finance xsense acquisition when stock was at 7 probably they close the 15 million at 5-6 buck with only 3 million share or a 20 % diluition. But now if share price crash at 0,5 they need 20 million share o a diluition of 150%. So the ceo is a idiot.This happen when a consultant became a ceo.If then the company will be successfully,the diluition will persist forever.Idiot of a ceo

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    Even I'm Laughing, and I'm Long

    by jobe1098 Aug 13, 2015 9:57 AM
    ydobrovic ydobrovic Aug 13, 2015 10:14 AM Flag

    only a idiot as Hawtorne make a debt that can be repaid in share instead of a public offering when price was at 7;so the creditor sell the share that receive as montly payment ;and next months He will receive more share and sell more;in a very short time they will recover the debt and at the end they will receive enough share to become propietary of the companby.If this is the management...

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