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    Is this short squeeze done, or just looking to fill the gap near 35?

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    Surely it's not a problem when the CFO decides to sell 100% of his stock - right?

    https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/d...rimary_doc.xml

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    Wow!
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    Unless my math is way off, that looks to be something less than 2% of his total (note #3)

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    Quote Originally Posted by waltj View Post
    (note #3)
    He holds zero direct shares at this point.

    Does not include Shares issuable upon future vesting of equity grants, including 296,327 Shares issuable based upon continued service and 293,222 Shares issuable upon attainment of performance goals at target, which, when combined with the ownership reported above, would represent a total of 589,549 Shares.
    For those of us who weren't dealt such a deck of cards, it's kind of like saying, "your net worth does not include your future social security payments and future FERS pension".

    When I checked, I noticed the CEO unloaded $9M worth of shares around the same date.

    https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/d...45X03/doc4.xml

    Message board bulls are saying this is just an automatic sell and could be for tax purposes. Yes, it was automatic, but it needs to be planned ahead of time. Trading windows are small, with maybe only around 60 days a year an insider can sell, so these transactions are planned well in advance to take out any conflicts. (Think Enron insider transactions in 1999-2001).






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