that was great..........
I really hope it all works out for all involved!
jeeeezum man, it just sucks so bad......its almost funny at this point. I'm holding my 32,100 shares of EIGH at average pps of .10 until one of 2 things happen...
1. Obama shows some actual leadership.....
2. the NSS scenario comes to fruition and I realize big gains....
"I'm just as disgusted as everyone else losing thousands but all the points you make are valid...I mean some of the things people do for money"
He's not mad Groove, seriously, if you just step back and take the emotion out of it, you will understand what he is saying.
Banjo, BT is not rubbing salt in anybodys wounds, he is just pointing out the obvious. He would be just as happy as me if the good peeps that are stuck in those stocks got out with some recovery. This is not a bash, but it is now obvious what really happened, prior, everybody just had opinions, now the truth is out there if you want to find it...
BTW, sold my last FLD "CDIV" the other day for .0055, wanted to carry some loss for this year, lol
disgusted by "some of the things people do for money"
you have sour grapes?? lolollllllllllllllll~~
U FAIL lolllllll.. why u mad tho? keep trying LOL ^_^
Agreed-- bad investment. Like this one:
I hear you. The whole thing just stinks soooo f'n bad !
me mad? nahhh. i'd be mad if i was this idiot tho.. lollllllllllllll
BT.....have you never made a mistake? If eigh never recovers, in any way, which is surely a distinct possibility......your continual rubbing salt into the wound speaks volumes about who you are......
Pot meet kettle. You mad bro? Lolzzz
Hey groove, are you free and clear of the FLD's yet? No need to bust on BT, he is just keeping it real.
Yep..he's looking for reinforcements...
It was always hard to take his posts seriously.... Too busy laughing at his name.
Might as well been boozotheclown.
When are the FLD's going to be doing this:
He was advertising the chatroom here, then PMing freshmeat to join the private forum. That's why he was putting out those posts about having rock solid days in chat on here to recruit newbies. Very sneaky guy, must be on a payroll now.
Monk &'board, I would like to bring a play to everyone attention is who ready to make what appears to be glorious move to dollar land. I have put some quick notes together that you might find interesting in your endevours of researching and DD the next big play.)
May I present to you China Cablecom, its trades on the Nasdaq and is coming off a great year where restruced debt made a couple profiting aquisitions and indutry they are in about to make a major move in analog shofting towards Dgital lines in China!!!
Please see my notes below and please let me know if you have any questions.
NOTED UP-COMING EVENTS:
China Cablecom Holdings, Ltd. expected to report Fiscal Year 2010 results on March 25, 2011. This event was calculated by Capital IQ
CABL - until July 21, 2011 , to regain compliance with the minimum bid rule. China Cablecom may achieve compliance during the 180-day period if the closing bid price of the Company's common stock is at least $1.00 per share for a minimum of 10 consecutive business days before July 21, 2011.
CABL *DD post MUST Have a look at least:
Restructued Debt this past year and hearing made a HUGE difference!
Earnings call for March not confirmed.
Clive stated possible BUYOUT!
Clive boasting 55 Million in REVENUES!!!
NASDAQ has givem them EXTENTION on MInimum BID
13-D just filed yesterday:
Platinum Partners Value Arbitrage Fund L. beneficially owns 1,000,498 Ordinary Shares representing 13.8%
ShareHOLDERS are about to rewarded.....STATED
Clive Ng (born 1962, Malaysia) is a media sector financier and executive. He has focused primarily on Asian business opportunities and has been instrumental in several joint-venture partnerships between American companies and Asian firms, particularly during the Internet and e-commerce boom of the late 90s and early 2000s. He has also been a founding shareholder in Asian new media firms such as MTV Japan and E*TRADE Asia.
Currently, he is founder and Executive Chairman of China Cablecom Holdings.
Questions & Answers
Transcript Call Date 10/15/2010Operator: David Kratochvil, Euro Pacific Capital.
David Kratochvil - Euro Pacific Capital: I just wanted to touch on something that was mentioned briefly in the call earlier about provincial consolidation of cable operators. I was wondering if you could provide an update on the timing of what you see happening with Hubei and Binzhou provinces, and what kind of impact you think that might that on the assets and valuations, and if you have any information about any other consolidations that have been taking place, that have already occurred; can you talk about what kind of impact those have had?
Clive Ng - Executive Chairman: Right. Thanks, David. Thanks very much. I'll take a lead on this and maybe you can input later. First of all, the two regions that we're in, Shandong and Hubei are currently undergoing consolidation. Hubei has probably the most advanced consolidation today in China in terms of consolidating their existing assets as well as, they have also listed a public company in China. The second is Shangdong; Shangdong is a larger asset given that it's in 17 cities, in Shandong province and we operate in a venture, in a co-ownership in Binzhou. What we are seeing right now is that Shandong is looking for a consolidation as a provincial play probably within the year. Within Hubei itself, I think within six months plus, we will be in discussions with the Hubei authorities, staff, as well as the government of possibly consolidating our 55% ownership into the public company in which – they're using us a local Asia consolidation play.
David Kratochvil - Euro Pacific Capital: Do you see Cablecom owning shares of the larger entity or just having the other portion that you guys don't own, the portions of this larger consolidation?
Clive Ng - Executive Chairman: I think we're trying to keep our options open. Our view from management would be that it would make probably better economics if we were to take our share and subscribe to the local A share, given that the multiples of cable assets in China are much higher. If you take a comparable as an example, Beijing Gehua, which is traded on the Shanghai Stock Exchange that's about 3 million subscribers and their market cap is about $1.9 billion.
David Kratochvil - Euro Pacific Capital: That's little bit higher than Cablecom's?
Clive Ng - Executive Chairman: Yeah, a little bit higher. We believe given that we have 1.2 million to 1.3 million subs in our joint venture with Hubei, and given that once Hubei consolidates most of their system, they will be probably a 5 million to 6 million subscriber base, which will be much larger than a Beijing Gehua, and we feel that even if you took our 1.0 to 1.3 million, and our 55% ownership which give us close to 700,000, and you're talking about low range of 2s to 3s to 400 per subs, in terms of valuation. So, that's what we are trying to achieve. It's still negotiating with the government. At some instances they might prefer to buy us out, some instances they might want us to roll our stake in for equity.I think we're trying to maximize our shareholders' value.That's what we hope to do.
David Kratochvil - Euro Pacific Capital: Given the efforts by the government to consolidate things on a provincial level, is it safe to say that the opportunity that was presented to Cablecom a few years ago to acquire these assets, those opportunities really don't exist elsewhere in China, given the rollup of all these smaller operators or do opportunities still exist in other second, third tier cities for expansion?
Calling TYTN at .0009--gonna run hard with news!! IMO
Going to the moon in a cardboard box!
Sweet, that should really run!
hahaha, thanks buddy!
Marriage is like a deck of cards...... Starts with 2 hearts and a diamond--- 25 years later all you want is a club and a spade! All the best to the both of you Thomas!! Married life is simply awesome and a gift from above.
$3.29-3.38 here. ERX will be a fun ETF this spring!
Thank you. Your day is approaching. Wishing you both the very best sir.
sounds good buddy, be safe!