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  1. You have a year to liquidate.
  2. So to liquidate this stock before take-over.
  3. Target, however, need not necessarily liquidate.
  4. The company has less need to reorganize or liquidate.
  5. Perhaps you would like to liquidate your brother's affairs?

  6. Shortly thereafter the management decided to liquidate the property.
  7. With her parents gone, she told Bentley to liquidate her father’s.
  8. Otherwise, he may be forced to liquidate some or all of the remaining position.
  9. The Almighty decides to liquidate the twin towns, and tells Abraham of his intentions.
  10. Therefore, forex dealers can liquidate their customer positions almost as soon as they.
  11. Since the decision to reorganize or liquidate rests with trustees, they need to analyze.
  12. If Target wants to liquidate, it can do so by distributing $31 in cash to its stockholders.
  13. If a straddle is to work well, it is often desirable to liquidate both positions at the same time.
  14. In other words, he ran out of money and was forced to liquidate all his positions at substantial losses.
  15. The short sellers start to liquidate and cover their short positions by purchasing the stock they shorted.

  16. If a trader cannot meet a margin requirement, he may be forced to liquidate a position prior to expiration.
  17. He used the fortuitous occasion of his father's murder to liquidate anyone who opposed him, even implicitly.
  18. Of course, this gives me optionality if the business does not liquidate and recovers as an ongoing business.
  19. A general desire to liquidate these loans later on induced a heavy volume of sales which drove the price down.
  20. Many equity option traders complain of poor liquidity hampering their efforts to enter or liquidate positions.
  21. Buffett bought enough shares to gain seat on the board, where he pressed the company to liquidate its portfolio.
  22. Our old friend, who is honorable to his finger-nails, intends to liquidate the debts of the Maison Grandet of Paris.
  23. Sometimes it’s smarter to go ahead and liquidate the property and save yourself the constant out of pocket expenses.
  24. They should not be told that it would be unwise for them to liquidate, when in truth it would be profitable but inhumane.
  25. Put simply, if an economic entity cannot be made creditworthy, sooner or later that entity has to reorganize or liquidate.

  26. I think it’s a good idea, but we have got to move urgently, it is harder and harder to liquidate, and gold keeps rising.
  27. Mary may elect to liquidate her position at any time prior to expiration simply by buying back her option at the going market price.
  28. You could liquidate the long volatility position and switch into a short option (a short put for bulls) or "leg" into a vertical spread.
  29. The use of outside investor funding increases the likelihood that the arbitrageur has to liquidate his position at the worst possible time.
  30. However, before the State can be abolished, a period of dictatorship of the proletariat is essential to liquidate remaining bourgeois elements.
  31. My task was to finish off the closing of all of the wholly owned divisions such as mine, Engineering, and then to liquidate the parent holding company.
  32. Otherwise, the immediate goal would be to liquidate the position in order to avoid a loss or to alter it in order to create a positive theoretical edge.
  33. A trader who went long volatility below that level should liquidate when the target volatility is achieved or the period associated with peak levels arrives.
  34. At expiration, the value of the futures contract will automatically be settled in cash, but the trader will have to place an order to liquidate the stock position.
  35. If an economic entity—corporate, government, or individual—cannot be made creditworthy, sooner or later it will have to restructure its obligations or liquidate.
  36. Hu Lyang eventually feels so hounded by Rory, whom he has tried desperately to liquidate, that he decides to leave South Africa - extracting revenge before he does so.
  37. Why, the family of the deceased, his representatives, his heirs, or the merchant himself, if he is not dead, or his friends if he is only hiding, liquidate his business.
  38. Put simply, if an economic entity—corporate, government or individual—cannot be made creditworthy, sooner or later it will have to restructure its obligations or liquidate.
  39. In the most extreme case, where the trader does not have access to the funds required to cover the variation on the futures position, he may be forced to liquidate the position.
  40. With full allowance for possible error, there was no doubt at all (in 1931) that White Motor would liquidate for a great deal more than $8 per share, or $5,200,000 for the company.
  41. Prior to 1929, speculators could buy stocks on a 10% margin, which worked great in bull markets but forced them to liquidate when prices slid, pushing the market lower during bear markets.
  42. Could we have found a buyer who would continue operations, I would have certainly preferred to sell the business rather than liquidate it, even if that meant somewhat lower proceeds for us.
  43. She could choose to liquidate the position immediately and accept whatever loss it would entail (if any), or if she wanted to be long the S&P 500 from 1650, she could simply hold the position.
  44. But then, when you discover that Graham had painstakingly established that he could liquidate GEICO for at least what he paid for it, it becomes clear that Graham was taking very little financial risk.
  45. That means being able to analyze the liability side of the balance sheet as well as the asset side, and understanding the legal pathways through which bankrupt companies move as they either reorganize or liquidate.
  46. When the Stochastic MA moves faster than price (known as a Stochastic pop) is tells you to increase holdings (if moving in the same direction as price) or to liquidate the position if diverging against price).
  47. In many recent cases—Lehman Brothers, AIG, Citigroup, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac—it would have been extremely difficult, if not impossible, to either reorganize or partially liquidate each company in order to rehabilitate it.
  48. The bottom line is that if you understand the trading brain, you have a distinct advantage over (1) those individuals who don’t and (2) those large funds that are trapped in larger positions that will take them days to liquidate.
  49. How far might the value fall from 7 before the trader has a chance to liquidate the position? And what might cause the value to change? For options, these are reasonably complex issues that only hard work and practice can really teach.
  50. The object of the memorialists is to obtain extension of their corporate powers beyond the period limited for the expiration of their charter, so as to enable them to prosecute for their debts, and to arrange, liquidate, and close the various concerns of the company.
  51. When applied to a stock selling below break-up value, the Wall Street view may be amplified into the following: Although this stock would liquidate for more than its market price, it is not worth buying because (1) the company cannot earn a satisfactory profit, and (2) it is not going to liquidate.
  52. During the 1969 market break, at the very point when everything told me the market was getting into serious trouble, and I was aggressively trying to get several portfolio managers to liquidate stocks and raise large amounts of cash, he was telling them that it was too late to sell because his overbought/oversold indicator said that the market was already very oversold.
  53. An outsider holding a completely marketable security of a company with a perpetual life should give weight of close to zero to market performance whenever he knows or has reason to believe that the security’s real worth is not closely related to current market prices, and when he knows that he will neither need to liquidate in the near future nor to use the security owned as collateral for borrowings.
  54. In that case we don’t know if the owner of the short leg of our conversion or reversal will exercise it—it may have simply been a speculation for them so they may not have any reason to exercise it, or it may be a hedge in order to liquidate their position such as a long call versus short stock; in that case, the owner of the call may very well exercise it—and we won’t know if they have exercised it until it’s too late for us respond.
  1. Prevalence of Stocks Selling below Liquidating Value.
  2. Current-asset Value a Rough Measure of Liquidating Value.
  3. Hence, on either premise, a price below liquidating value is unjustifiable.
  4. Within the years 1932–1934 regular and liquidating dividends were paid, aggregating $28.
  5. This last day is considered a liquidating day that will give the upward trend needed strength.
  6. Here we use the common equity liquidating value per share as a proxy for book value per share.
  7. In 1927 continued operating losses had resulted in a market price well below liquidating value.
  8. This last day is considered a liquidating day, which will give the upward trend needed strength.
  9. The calculation of approximate liquidating value in a specific case is illustrated as follows:.
  10. Individual investors don’t stand much chance when institutions begin liquidating large positions.
  11. This reasoning has a concrete application in analyzing issues selling at less than liquidating value.
  12. If it is worth more as a going concern, then the stock should sell for more than its liquidating value.
  13. This brings us to the second line of reasoning on the subjects of stocks selling below liquidating value.
  14. Traders who have open positions with paper profits should consider liquidating and going to the bank with profits.
  15. In the context of equity investing, the authors prize stocks that sell below their current asset, or liquidating, value.
  16. WALL STREET HOLDS THAT liquidating value is of slight importance because the typical company has no intention of liquidating.
  17. By the liquidating value of an enterprise we mean the money that the owners could get out of it if they wanted to give it up.
  18. The bond market is in shambles; the French and Arabs are liquidating their holdings at literally the rate of billions a day….
  19. The first rule in calculating liquidating value is that the liabilities are real but the value of the assets must be questioned.
  20. They go long five contracts of the euro FX and then make an error in trying to place the stop that ends up liquidating their position.
  21. When a common stock sells persistently below its liquidating value, then either the price is too low or the company should be liquidated.
  22. He spent the remainder of the year liquidating the portfolio, with the exception of two companies - Berkshire and Diversified Retailing.
  23. There is scarcely any doubt that common stocks selling well below liquidating value represent on the whole a class of undervalued securities.
  24. It will be seen that White Motor’s estimated liquidating value (about $31 per share) was not far from the current-asset value ($34 per share).
  25. Our second point is that for some years past a considerable number of common stocks have been selling in the market well below their liquidating value.
  26. They preach: When a common stock sells persistently below its liquidating value, then either the price is too low or the company should be liquidated.
  27. The White Motor instance is typical of the genesis and immediate effect of a sale or merger, as applied to an issue selling for less than liquidating value.
  28. The preferred was given a stated par of $25 but had all the attributes of a $100-par stock ($6 cumulative dividends, redemption and liquidating value of $100).
  29. Examples: This latter point will be illustrated by the following comparison of two companies, the shares of which sold well below liquidating value early in 1933.
  30. In 1931 liquidation of the company’s assets was begun, and a total of $17 per share in liquidating dividends on the preferred had been paid up to the end of 1933.
  31. It seems to us that the most distinctive feature of the stock market of those three years was the large proportion of issues which sold below their liquidating value.
  32. They voted to continue the business, with a new operating head; and the decision proved a wise one, since good earnings were realized, and the price advanced above liquidating value.
  33. In the previous chapter attention was called to the extraordinary discrepancy between the market level of White Motor’s stock in 1931–1932 and the minimum liquidating value of the shares.
  34. In this category are included questions of capitalization set-up, of dividend and expansion policies, of managerial compensation, and even of continuing or liquidating an unprofitable business.
  35. In July 1929 the president circularized the shareholders, presenting an intermediate balance sheet as of June 30 and emphasizing the disparity between the current bid price and the liquidating value.
  36. In the first place the stockholders’ attention may be called officially to the fact that the liquidating, and therefore the minimum, value of the shares is substantially higher than the market price.
  37. Many, however, who might have known the fact would have justified the low price on the ground that the liquidating value was of no practical importance, since the company had no intention of liquidating.
  38. The arrival of the Saumur banker for the purpose, it was said, of honorably liquidating the affairs of Grandet of Paris, was enough to avert the shame of protested notes from the memory of the defunct merchant.
  39. Around the same time Ira was enlightening me about the options market, my friend Chris Stavrou introduced me to Management Assistance Liquidating Trust when he faxed me the 10-Q, adorned with his handwritten notes.
  40. A special endeavor should be made to establish a dividend rate proportionate at least to the liquidating value, in order that the stockholders should not suffer a loss of income through keeping the business alive.
  41. Essentially, investors who buy stocks with low price-to-book value ratios believe they are getting stocks at a price close to their liquidating value and that they will be rewarded for not paying high prices for assets.
  42. Our object has been to clarify the issue and to stress the fact that a market price below liquidating value has special significance to the stockholders and should lead them to ask their management some searching questions.
  43. But if an investor had bought the stock, say, at $8 per share in 1930 (the low price in that year was 6), he would more logically have appraised the stock in his own mind on the basis of its liquidating value rather than its book value.
  44. But this development is quite unrelated to our point of discussion, which turns upon the fact that in a sale or merger full recognition should always be, and is ordinarily, given to liquidating value, even though the current market price may be much lower.
  45. But in many cases also the fact that an issue sells below liquidating value is a signal that mistaken policies are being followed and that therefore the management should take corrective action—if not voluntarily, then under pressure from the stockholders.
  46. As a matter of fact, because certain controlled affiliates appeared to have values substantially in excess of the market prices used to determine Baker Fentress’s net asset value, it was a fair guess that a realistic liquidating value for the Baker Fentress common stock could approach $80 per share.
  47. In studying this computation it must be borne in mind that our object is not to determine the exact liquidating value of White Motor but merely to form a rough idea of this liquidating value in order to ascertain whether or not the shares are selling for less than the stockholders could actually take out of the business.
  48. It is true that one company often sells out to another, usually at a price well above liquidating value, also that insolvency will at times result in the piecemeal sale of the assets; but the voluntary withdrawal from an unprofitable business, accompanied by the careful liquidation of the assets, is an infinitely more frequent happening among private than among publicly owned concerns.
  49. My personal list begins with the Management Assistance Liquidating Trust—perhaps my first true value investment—and includes Public Service of New Hampshire 18% second mortgage bonds trading at par; Executive Life Muni GICs trading at 25 cents on the dollar in the wake of a trial court judge’s decision later declared on appeal to have no basis in law or reason; and Gentiva common stock, a spin-off resulting from a merger that was trading at about a third of its working capital.
  50. But the question may well be raised: Is the loss of a subsidiary necessarily a direct offset against the parent company’s earnings? Why should a company be worth less because it owns something—in this case, an unprofitable interest? Could it not at any time put an end to the loss by selling, liquidating or even abandoning the subsidiary? Hence, if good management is assumed, must we not also assume that the subsidiary losses are at most temporary and therefore to be regarded as nonrecurring items rather than as deductions from normal earnings?
  51. The Williams theory, to be realistic, could be restated to posit that a common stock held by noncontrol stockholders is worth the sum of all the net after-tax cash expected to be realizable in the future from ownership of the common stock, with such net cash being realizable either from cash disbursements by the company (whether in the form of dividends or otherwise, such as liquidating in whole or in part), and from sources outside the company (whether they are stock purchasers or lenders willing to treat the common stock as collateral for borrowings by the shareholder).
  1. That old stock simply must be liquidated.
  2. Those elements who resisted were liquidated.
  3. There is still liquidated your life, without love this.
  4. Liquidated, although he’s kept up a small franchise on the clubs.
  5. Their majority liquidated, the Bhuta-Ganas had no choice but to withdraw.
  6. Sometimes a company will be liquidated pursuant to Chapter 7 or a Chapter 11 liquidation plan.
  7. If the case is converted to a Chapter 7, a trustee is appointed, and the company is liquidated.
  8. By 2003, Pillowtex was liquidated as foreign competitors destroyed pricing within the industry.
  9. If the company is not worth more as a going concern than in liquidation, it should be liquidated.
  10. It has been my experience that PP&E is ultimately valued or liquidated at well above the 50% discount.
  11. Holders of preferred shares also are paid off ahead of common-stock holders if a company is liquidated.
  12. Once a whole clan of ninjas was liquidated because they used spiritual knowledge with selfish motives.
  13. But when he liquidated the textile operation, he got 10 percent of the stated book value for the machines.
  14. By the time the position was liquidated, with commissions and charges, Hal and his father had lost over $45,000.
  15. In early October 1942, the ghetto was liquidated and the Germans sent all remaining five thousand Jews to Treblinka.
  16. Too Big to Be Reorganized or Liquidated in an Uncontrolled, Contested Proceeding Whether Out-of-Court or in Chapter 11.
  17. This particular example would have given the scalper 21 pips profit if the short position was liquidated at the price of 1.
  18. The first is what the company would be worth if it was liquidated, the second is the price the market has placed on the stock.
  19. If they are liquidated, even at virtually any price, the damage caused to the bank’s reputation by doing so will be irreparable.
  20. Moreover, transaction costs can accrue not only when the strategy is initiated or liquidated but also whenever an adjustment is made.
  21. Accordingly we took the third option and liquidated the company and started again with someone else tied in and understanding loyalty.
  22. To determine a business’s short-term liquidity needs, evaluate how quickly the current assets on the balance sheet can be liquidated.
  23. When a common stock sells persistently below its liquidating value, then either the price is too low or the company should be liquidated.
  24. When positions are initiated, when they are liquidated, how the positions overlap, and the relationship between different instruments (e.
  25. As is usual in such cases, when they started to use spiritual practices for gaining their own material enrichment, they were liquidated.
  26. However, many derivative strategies require carrying an offsetting stock position to expiration, at which time the stock position is liquidated.
  27. Eventually, competition caught up with Bradlees, which filed a second bankruptcy petition in December 2000 and, this time around, was liquidated.
  28. Next year in May 1969, Buffett informed his partners that he was "unable to find any bargains in the current market" and liquidated the partnership.
  29. They preach: When a common stock sells persistently below its liquidating value, then either the price is too low or the company should be liquidated.
  30. Thus one of the outstanding businesses of the country was considered by Wall Street in 1938 to be worth less as a going concern than if it were liquidated.
  31. Yes, we were not cast into camps or liquidated for speaking our minds, but the new villages were miniature camps and any dissent made pariahs of dissenters.
  32. So are state-sponsored terror and a variant of genocide in which a group of humans are liquidated not on the basis of race, but on the basis of social class.
  33. The trade is liquidated not as a result of a logical response to the price action of the marketplace, but rather to satisfy the trader's internal risk controls.
  34. For example, if you buy a business for $8 million that can be sold or liquidated for $10 million and promptly take either course, you can realize a high return.
  35. Yet in 1938 this outstanding business was considered on Wall Street to be worth less than its current assets alone—which means less as a going concern than if it were liquidated.
  36. If the distressed credit is to participate in a reorganization, there will be an estimated reorganization date; and if the debtor is to be liquidated, there will be an estimated winding-up date.
  37. Take Jonathan, a friend who made a fortune in business (and whose real name will remain anonymous for his privacy) and then liquidated everything to invest in the booming Las Vegas real estate market.
  38. Once the strategy has been executed, it will usually be carried to expiration, at which time the position will be liquidated through a market-on-close order to either buy or sell the component stocks.
  39. If he had bought an insurance business and liquidated the textile business immediately, those actions might have added another $200 billion net worth for Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholders over the years.
  40. The committee are of opinion that this claim was not included in the resolution of 23d July, 1787, because that resolution mentions only unliquidated claims; and the present claim was always liquidated and certain.
  41. Information had been received from the Treasury Department, stating in a distinct and unequivocal manner, that all this description of claims (which were all liquidated claims, such as indents of interest, certificates, &c.
  42. And so she liquidated her pawn business, the treasure in the jars paid for completing and furnishing the house, and still left over were many of the most valuable old jewels in the city, whose owners did not have funds to redeem them.
  43. On the other hand, if such positive earnings developments failed to materialize and if this happened before the liquidation value of the firm was significantly damaged, then the company could be liquidated and the proceeds distributed to its shareholders.
  44. We will touch upon this more in the liquidation valuation section in the Margin of Safety chapter, however this will be a great introduction to the specifics of the balance sheet and how we determine how quickly current assets can be liquidated on the balance sheet.
  45. The very unusual story of Texaco—founded in 1901 as Texas Fuel Company, eventually merged into Chevron a century later—offers useful lessons about liquidations, even though Texaco was not liquidated and, notwithstanding its bankruptcy filings, was never insolvent.
  46. How can you buy something at a value price if it's desired by the world? Investors go out of their way to look for companies with certain cash flow characteristics, returns on assets that are stable and that have objectively verifiable tangible assets that could be liquidated at some point.
  47. If the department store is to be liquidated, merchandise inventories are indeed a current asset, convertible to cash within 12 months at prices that conceivably could be close to NAV, although much less than NAV may be realized if the merchandise is disposed of in a GOB (going out of business) sale.
  48. Instead of a 32 percent premium’s being paid to OPMI investors (assuming that old XYZ was liquidated or that Newco had purchased XYZ common stocks rather than XYZ net assets), perhaps only a 20 percent premium was paid, with the missing 12 percent going to XYZ management and control people as bonuses and parachutes.
  49. He would have to threaten to expose the Organisation to the DEA or Police and he knew that by going this route, his life would be at stake – and he also knew that Hu Lyang was totally implacable and would not hesitate to have him liquidated as quickly as possible…so, how to proceed?…there was also his family to think about.
  50. Dividend income tends to be unimportant, also, where a company is not essentially a going concern, but rather is in a resource conversion or a workout situation (that is, with prospects of being liquidated, acquired, or reorganized), because of the expectation by shareholders that realization will be obtained on a more advantageous tax basis than if dividends were paid.
  51. The paper trail will help him uncover these other attractions, perhaps providing hints that future earnings might increase dramatically; that large cash distributions to stockholders are likely; that a company is a takeover candidate; that it is likely to be liquidated or recapitalized in whole or in part; or that a security is priced inexpensively compared with other companies, based on its history.
  52. In addition, if some classes of claimants and interest holders approve the plan and other classes reject it, the bankruptcy court may confirm the plan over those rejections via a cram-down if the court determines that the plan does not discriminate unfairly, that it is fair and equitable to each class, and that the rejecting classes will receive more under the plan of reorganization than they would if the company were liquidated.
  53. Shoved in whatever space remained, there were statues of various deities, (some serving as bookends), incense burners of all manner of shapes and sizes, stones and crystals (most natural formations, but some shaped into cubes, spheres and pyramids), animal pelts, dried branches and bunches of herbs, candles and candleholders, Tarot and rune sets still in their boxes-- in short, whatever had remained of her father's inventory seemed to have been liquidated here.
  54. The committee feel themselves by no means able to draw a line of distinction between a just claim liquidated and a just one unliquidated; and to attempt the invidious task of distinction in point of merit, where there can be no difference, and to open the statutes of limitation in order to relieve a part or a few favorite classes of claims, does not comport, in the view of your committee, with any principle of fairness, or with that equal system of distributive justice which ought to be dispensed toward all.
  1. When a man fails, he is dishonored; but when he merely liquidates, he remains an honest man.
  2. If the company liquidates, that is the end of the story, and the holders of debt will be paid with the proceeds from the sale of assets according to their place in the claims line.

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