In ancient wars, opponents attacked your territory for its resources. Once successful, it's all his. That being the case, why not use the resources at hand? Use it now, it's yours. After being occupied, it belongs to someone else.
Just worry that your team doesn't know how to properly apply the tools at hand and waste the time and opportunity.
"In conjunction with a major announcement, Prolexus will suspend trading in its shares on Friday (April 8."
Dear all, it's depends on how valuable retail investors think their stocks are! Our stock is very valuable unless you sell it cheap. Otherwise, the competition between the two can indeed create limit up.
But it seems that the financial team of Prolexus is too weak, and it is not aware of other people's sniping, and it seems that there is no idea how to defend and reverse the situation these days. This CFO should be replaced.
Once successfully acquired, it is not necessarily the end for Uncle Lau, the game can also be another new beginning. It's purely up to him and his team. Really can't say too much, some strategies are not strategies if they are said in advance. So some friends who PM me, based on protecting the rights of Prolexus and I can't answer your questions, so sorry.
Warrants are indeed another battlefield, and one that retail investors ignore. But they did not forget. This is one of Prolexus' strengths, but it's not the most powerful weapon which they have. Trust them not to forget what they have, right? a little worried.
The shareholder equity plan, the "poison pill", is one of the defenses measure of Mr. Lau, former major shareholder of Prolexus to protect the company.
This is also Twitter's current defenses measure to against Musk's acquisition.
Unfortunately, he chose to give up for whatever reason.
Leveraged buyout where small fish eat big fish. Acquirers often use only a small amount of their own funds, and raising funds mainly by issuing junk bonds to acquire target companies. Once the acquisition is successful, the acquirer can repay the creditors by acquiring the assets of the target company. Considering the historical performance and behaviour of the new major shareholder, I am not optimistic about the continued growth of Prolexus in the future.
This book is the result of the author's many years of experience and observation throughout his 26 years in the stockbroking industry. It was written for general public to learn to invest based on facts and not on fantasies or hearsay....