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Emerson Radio Corp

Emerson Radio Corp (MSN)

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Triple nickle Triple nickle 11 months ago
Iโ€™m loading up some see were she goes
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Special Situations Special Situations 1 year ago
The management of "Emerson Radio Corp." should either liquidate their company or use it as a shell company to perform a Reverse Merger deal!
IMO
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yankee2 yankee2 3 years ago
GM Gregg, Whats MSN going to do today.Are we adding ? crazy one (:
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GREGG THE GREEK GREGG THE GREEK 3 years ago
MSN $1.60 reached in AH trading.
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Batman412 Batman412 3 years ago
Nothing
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Batman412 Batman412 3 years ago
Whats going on here
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GREGG THE GREEK GREGG THE GREEK 3 years ago
MSN $1.27
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 3 years ago
Looks like the crazy share churning machine was turned on again.
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GREGG THE GREEK GREGG THE GREEK 3 years ago
Setting up now ...jmo



MSN
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GREGG THE GREEK GREGG THE GREEK 4 years ago
Good time to add or begin buying.

Way undervalued here JMO



MSN
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Basket buying is on-going. Volume is still off-the-charts. Yet the price is now falling right back into the range it was before. No idea how anyone profits off this spin cycle of activity when there was basically no volume / traders prior.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Basket buying again! Getting in front of it now.

Edit: put in sell order at $1.25. Let's see if it breaks upward again.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Volume returning to normal.

Back to the slow fade to the high $0.60s / low $0.70s. Buy back and sell. Rinse and repeat.
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barnyarddog barnyarddog 4 years ago
1.00 for a strong buy to 5.00 for a strong sell

The stock has an overall rating of Buy and investors could take advantage and scoop up stock of the company

https://stocksregister.com/2020/10/19/are-investors-keen-on-selling-holdings-in-emerson-radio-corp-nysemsn/
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barnyarddog barnyarddog 4 years ago
Who is Nimble Holdings Company Limited?

Nimble Holdings Company Limited, based in Hong Kong, beneficially owns approximately 56.2% of Emerson's common shares outstanding. Grande is engaged in a number of businesses including the manufacture, sale and distribution of audio, video and other consumer electronics products. Grande's brand portfolio includes the Akai, Sansui and Nakamichi brand
https://www.emersonradio.com/service/faq/


Grande Holdings today
Following a series of losses, Grande had reached insolvency and appointed provisional liquidators on 1 June 2011. At the time of filing, the company controlled the Akai, Nakamichi and Sansui brands as well as its key assets, including a TV factory in Zhongshan, China. The company also owns Ross Group plc,[2] a transformer manufacturer in the United Kingdom, majority ownership of Emerson Radio, and Kawa a Chinese brand of electronics. The company is currently incorporated in Bermuda as an exempted company with limited liability.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grande_Holdings
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
$1.25 will be tested again.

That didn't take long.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Whole gaggle of T Trades coming through for the trades after-hours last Friday.

Buying pressure continues. Expecting more "basket" buys today. $1.25 will be tested again.

Definition of T Trades: "This is a form (T) that's required by the NASD for reporting an equity trade that is executed during market after hours."
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Burst Basket definition below per IHub.

Question becomes what sort of "equity specialist" is buying MSN as part of *any* basket of stocks? Next question, if they continue buying, does it mean they can be front-run because they certainly don't care about price?

http://learn.advfn.com/index.php?title=Trades

"Burst Basket (BA): A burst basket is a stock transaction that involves the sale/purchase of a basket of stocks. A basket is an entire portfolio of stocks ranging from 5 to 50 different stocks from different sectors, which are purchased together by an equity specialist."
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
This closed at $1.10 on about 4.5M volume.

After-hours it's down below $1 with an additional 100K+ in volume.

No idea what is going on here.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
$1.25.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
ARCX often drives the action around here.

that is especially true today. ARCX puts a BID at 0.95 and then someone will jump it at 0.951, and then ARCX moves accordingly.

$1.03 should be the next resistance point if this breaks to the upside again. $1.15 is in play for end of day.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
No signs of letting up. $0.95.

Could've had your fill and then some at low $0.70s this morning.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Burst basket?

Looks like someone or some entity just put in a ~$1.5M market order and hit send. Trades are dozens and dozens of small "bursts" of 10 to 1,000 shares per trade. There are a few blocks of ~5,000 or so shares but not many. Average trade is ~665 shares.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
What in the Wide World of Sports is going on here!?

Guess someone thinks they know something or just find all that cash on the books irresistible?
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PStockPickz PStockPickz 4 years ago
Nice volume today
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
"Penny Stocks To Buy [or sell]: Emerson Radio Corp.
Emerson Radio Corp. ( MSN Stock Report ) is one of the lower float names on this list. Something to keep in mind with low float penny stocks is that they tend to be very volatile especially in light of above-average trading volume. On Monday, MSN stock jumped over 25%, trading its highest, single-day share volume since June.

There werenโ€™t any headlines nor filings to accompany the move. The company is one of the nationโ€™s oldest consumer electronics distributors. Youโ€™ve likely seen the logo on plenty of electronics and appliances if you recall going to department stores, pre-COVID. One of the things to consider with companies like Emerson is whatโ€™s going on in the U.S. right now. A push for stimulus, on a basic level, means money in consumersโ€™ pockets. The companyโ€™s customers include Kroger, Wal-Mart, Amazon.com, and Fred Meyer."


If no news accompanies this spike, should be a slow grind back to low 70's or high 60's.
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whytestocks whytestocks 4 years ago
NEWS: $MSN Does Your List Of Penny Stocks To Buy Have These 5 On It In October?

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In case you are interested MSN - Does Your List Of Penny Stocks To Buy Have These 5 On It In October?
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Surprised by this volume.

Suspect one or both of the big shareholders are selling out.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Historically, this is long-term bottom in share price...

ARCX sitting there with a 98.2K share BID. That's unusually large. Maybe the bottom is in.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Share price drop to mid-sixties.

Usually ARCX is on the ASK daily, waiting to sell to whomever wants to buy.

Historically, this is long-term bottom in share price, where it will rally. But I doubt it happens this time. Company is slowly dying on the vine. Lots of cash on the books, high book value, but the company is seemingly on auto pilot, with CEO and CFO pulling down significant paychecks despite not returning value to shareholders.

There's a point where this becomes a buy but I think it's farther south from here.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
What I'm seeing is someone selling.

Looks like 5K to 10K shares per day.
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pach pach 4 years ago
hearing strong rumor of major shareholder taking the company private at $2.00 plus so they can access cash

so just slowly building up position
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
Someone's selling. If you're starting a new position / looking to buy. Sit on your BID, the ASK will come to you.
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NewJerichoMan NewJerichoMan 4 years ago
For such an illiquid stock, there has been lots of shares flying around lately.

Despite effectively small float, share price doesn't move up as it should.
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pach pach 4 years ago
MSN being accumulated hearing takeover coming at $2.50 plus company has more than $1.40 cash per share in bank major shareholder wants to access cash cheaper to buy up float
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tripil7z tripil7z 8 years ago
$MSN .70
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deadjim deadjim 8 years ago
$MSN on watch here at .66
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tripil7z tripil7z 8 years ago
$MSN in at .63
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diligentcpa diligentcpa 8 years ago
This company offers excellent value in my opinion and its products are certainly out there selling in stores. Even my local Target has some of them in the store and I live in a smaller community.

Emerson Compact Refrigerator
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diligentcpa diligentcpa 8 years ago
I really like this one here.
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stargazer123 stargazer123 10 years ago
Correction on my post 79. Since the payable shareholders of record was listed by the company as 12 Sept. the normal ex-dividend date would have been 9 Sept, not 15 Sept.
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stargazer123 stargazer123 10 years ago
Premarket closing price is listed as $1.28. Bid/ask is $1.25/$1.37 if anyone wants to try to get some at these prices.
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stargazer123 stargazer123 10 years ago

Do Not Reduce order: Interesting, the Ask for tomorrow is $2.05, but the bid is only $1.01. Previous days the pre-opening ask/bid has been around $2.05/$1.95. Since the bid is so much lower than the normal $1.95, it could be that people more familiar than me with special dividends, think that it is going to open lower Wednesday. The company stated that the payable shareholders of record will be Sept 12. The stock fell on what would be the normal ex-dividend date, Sept 15. I don't know the opening price that day, but it ended down only .25 which is a lot less than .70. But even though the company said that shareholders of record will be Sept 12, it is the stock exchange that officially determines the ex-dividend date, and for a 25% dividend, or higher, this is the day after the payable date, which was Tuesday, Sept 30. So the ex-dividend date would Wednesday, Oct 1st. MSN closed at $1.98, so that may mean that at the start of trading it will be listed as $1.28. But maybe not. I found one reference that said that a company can arrange for the stock price not to be lowered by the amount of the dividend, although it said that this was very rare. Since the stock closed at $1.98 and the Ask is $2.05, that means that people want a price at least 7 cents higher than the close. Since only a few hundred shares may be offered at this price, I added an additional 5 cents, which would normally be $2.10, but the exchange automatically drops the ask/bid by the price of the dividend: $0.70, so the Ask would be $1.40, not $2.10. I put in a bid of $1.40 BUT normally the exchange would also lower this by $0.70. To prevent that from happening, I added DNR to the order (Do Not Reduce). If the stock doesn't open lower, I will cancel my order. I'm happy with the $2.00 price I paid for my present shares. Just thought that I would try to get some for $1.40.
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stargazer123 stargazer123 10 years ago
Doing more research, it looks like normally a stock would fall the amount of the dividend on the ex-dividend day, which would be before the payable day. However, for a 25% stock dividend, or higher, the ex-dividend day is the day following the payable date. The payable date for MSN is Tuesday 30 September, so Tuesday the stock should open 70 cents below Mondays closing price or $2.00. If you own shares and want to be paid the dividend, if I have this correct, you have to wait until Wednesday to sell your shares, but, whether you own shares or not, you can buy more starting Tuesday morning and share in the profit as the stock works its way higher again. (Possibly the stock won't open lower until Wednesday, the ex-dividend day. The articles weren't clear on that point.) As you may have noticed, the stock has been strong ever since the special dividend was announced. People realize that more will probably be declared in the future. The last few days the stock dropped, but then started climbing again and finished back at $2, its new trading range. So on the morning that the stock opens lower, this coming morning or Wednesday, I will buy more shares. That way I can participate as they go back up again, plus eventually receive another special dividend or have the stock bought out at a higher price.
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stargazer123 stargazer123 10 years ago
Buying the stock ex-dividend may be a very profitable trade.

In respect to cash dividends of stocks which are 25% or greater of the value of the subject security, the ex-dividend date shall be the first business day following the payable date.
Emerson Radio Corporation declared an extraordinary cash dividend of $0.70 per common share payable on September 30, 2014 to shareholders of record. The first business day following that would be October 1. I think that would make the ex-dividend date September 29 (Monday). So the stock should open at a price $0.70 below the previous closing price (or it could be that the stock opens $0.70 lower on October 1, but I think it's Monday.) That means that it should open at a price of $1.22 ($1.92 closing price minus $0.70 dividend).

Since the company has cash equivalent of $47.9 million and 27.1 million shares, that means that it's intrinsic value is $1.76/share. When a stock opens after having it price lowered by the amount of its dividend, it usually quickly starts rising. It may not rise all the way to its intrinsic value, it may only go up to around $1.60 range, but after a while, it will probably rise toward the $1.76 level, and eventually reach the $2 level as people get comfortable with the stock, especially since it may have another special dividend next year, or sooner, and may also be put up for sale.

If it starts at $1.22 and reaches $1.60, this would be a +30% rise. $1.76 would be a 44% rise and $2 would be a 64% rise. People can't make money buying a $10 or higher priced stock ex-dividend, but they can make money on a low priced stock, such as a $2 stock. This might not work if the stock is weak and has problems. Our stock has problems, but I think that all things considered, it is a fairly good stock. If the stock opens low enough I will buy more shares, whether that is today or October 1.
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stargazer123 stargazer123 10 years ago
The chance of future special dividends or sale of company.

There is a high probability that there will be more special dividends in the future, which will act as a catalyst to the stock price, plus the stock is trading well under its liquidation value of $2.18, and management is being urged to sell the company at a price above its liquidation value, and if that takes place the stock will be sold well above its present trading range. Either way, with future special dividends and a stock price possibly in the $2 range, or a buy out above $2.18 this is a good stock to hold, but remember, the operating word here is "possibly" not certainly. Investors would need to monitor how the company is doing, plus keep track of company announcements.

Shares Outstanding: 27.1 million
Cash equivalents $47.9 million + receivables & inventory minus liabilities = $59.2 million
$59.2 / 27.1million shares = $2.18/share

Involved investors with large holdings, such as Lloyd Miller III, have repeatedly pushed for shareholder-friendly actions. This can be clearly seen from various recent schedule 13D filings. In particular, Mr. Miller has pushed for a sale of the entire company or for more special dividends. The recent announcement of a $0.70/share dividend is the result of such effort. It's likely that the board of the company will arrive at more shareholder-friendly decisions down the road.

13D filing
As previously disclosed, Mr. Miller directs a number of urgent questions to the Board of Directors, based on his review of Emersonโ€™s public filings and the Schedule 13D amendments filed by a subsidiary of Emersonโ€™s controlling stockholder. In particular.

Mr. Miller has urged Emerson to return value to stockholders and appreciates the recent extraordinary dividend of $0.70 per share of common stock declared by the Board of Directors. Mr. Miller believes that the Board should return value to stockholders through cash dividends rather than maintain excessive cash balances, especially while control of the Company is in question.

Mr. Miller continues to believe that the Board of Directors of Emerson should pursue a sale of the Company. Mr. Miller believes that Emerson stockholders face continuing uncertainty as a result of the ongoing restructuring of Emersonโ€™s controlling stockholder, The Grande Holdings Limited (Provisional Liquidators Appointed). Mr. Miller believes that the rights of minority stockholders continue to be compromised by uncertainties over the control block of shares held by Grande Holdings.

What protections are provided to Emerson public stockholders if Grande receives approval to be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange? Mr. Miller believes that a sale of Emerson is in the best interests of Grande as well as Emerson, and would provide liquidity for Grande and its creditors during the restructuring. Mr. Miller believes that the obligations of Emerson as a U.S. public company can be best served by a sale of the company.

As a long-term investor, Mr. Miller believes that each member of the Board has a duty to minority public stockholders, including directors who have relationships with Grande Holdings. Emerson has a long history of related party transactions and accounting failures, as well as litigation and tax disputes that created risks to shareholder value, many of them related to Grande and its affiliates.

In view of prior lawsuits against Emerson insiders in conflict of interest transactions, Mr. Miller believes that further litigation might result if Grande remains in control of Emerson. Mr. Miller will continue to scrutinize all transactions that affect Emerson common stock and its trading value.

In the Schedule 13D and prior amendments, Mr. Miller has communicated with the Board of Directors of Emerson to urge them to enhance shareholder value, including through cash dividends and a sale of the Company to resolve uncertainties over the bankruptcy and restructuring of Grande Holdings, the Companyโ€™s controlling shareholder.
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stargazer123 stargazer123 10 years ago
Today is the last day to get the dividend (or possibly tomorrow), conversely, if you sell today, you don't get the dividend


The MSN Board of Directors declared an extraordinary cash dividend of $0.70 per common share payable on September 30, 2014 to shareholders of record of the Company at the close of trading on September 12, 2014. Since the stock is trading near the $2 range, this = a 35% dividend.


For a dividend of 25% or greater of the value of the security the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) indicates that the ex-dividend date is the first business day following the payable date, which in this case is Sept 30. The ex-dividend date is the date the security trades without its dividend and if the security is bought on this date it is not eligible for the dividend. But because of the T+3 rule, it takes 3 days from the transaction for the stock purchase to be entered into the companies books. Therefore, in this case, the stock has to be bought 3 business days prior to the payable day, which would be Sept 25.


When a company declares a special dividend of 25% or greater they are not required to state that the actual ex-dividend date is the first business day following the payable date. They can just state the date that would apply for a normal dividend. Most companies do this and so people that sell on that date do not receive the dividend. In this case, anyone that sells today, or earlier, such as Sept 12 as stated by the company, will not receive the dividend. (It could be that it is tomorrow that you can still buy and get the dividend, but to be safe do it today, and do not sell today, or if you sold previously, buy back today.)
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BWAstrology BWAstrology 10 years ago
I just found out in this case that the EX date is when the PPS will drop .70. So, 10/1 is when the PPS will drop .70.
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BWAstrology BWAstrology 10 years ago
So, I did some research and found out that MSN's last dividend was back in March 2010. The record date was 3/15, the pay date was 3/24 and the ex date was 3/25. It makes NO sense what-so-ever.

Like I said below, Fidelity is saying, 9/12 is the record date, 9/30 is the pay date and 10/1 is the ex date...

Can you please call your broker and see for yourself. Just ask them what the ex date is.
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im broke im broke 10 years ago
I see what BWAstrology is talking about. There are multiple references online stating the Ex date is 10/1, the SH of record date is 9/12 and the payout date is 9/30. The Ex date must be equal to or before the SH of record date. Normally, I would say, it is 2 business days prior.
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