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jrbikes
624 posts
msg #89453
Ignore jrbikes
3/12/2010 2:07:25 AM

YRCW will issue a reverse stock split after April 24, 2010 not prior too, they are not in compliance with the $1.00 rule and will be delisted if there share price does not maintain the $1.00 closing bid price for 10 consecutive days, they were notified on March 5, 2010, they have 30 days to comply, this is getting interesting, so will it go, or will it fail, that is the question.

any takers?

any opinions?

karennma
6,823 posts
msg #89456
Ignore karennma
3/12/2010 8:36:25 AM

karennma
- message 2/23/2010 3:46:05 PM
YRCW = looks like 0.35 was THE low.
karennma
- message 2/24/2010 3:47:06 PM
YRCW = 0.40.
See you @ YRCW = $1.00.
:>)

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I bought YRCW near the bottom.
I BET YRCW hits $1 by April 24, 2010.
:>)



mystiq
650 posts
msg #89498
Ignore mystiq
modified
3/12/2010 6:46:39 PM

don't know about that...some insiders sold off some shares this week! but how can you pass on an option priced @ .01 .....



Alerted Stock(s): YRCW
Insider Filing Date: March 12th, 2010 - 09:24:02 AM
YRCW: YRC Worldwide Inc.

Senior Officer (EVP, Gen. Counsel & Secretary): CHURAY DANIEL J
Sold 2,221 Common Stock on Mar 9, 10. Direct holding 59,288 shares/units after transaction. Holdings decreased -3.61%.
Senior Officer (SVP - Finance & CAO): GAINES PHIL J.
Sold 1,234 Common Stock on Mar 9, 10. Direct holding 45,676 shares/units after transaction. Holdings decreased -2.63%.
Senior Officer (Chief Operations Officer): Michael Smid
Sold 2,776 Common Stock on Mar 9, 10. Direct holding 126,999 shares/units after transaction. Holdings decreased -2.14%.
First-Class Insider (Chrm. of Bd. & CEO): ZOLLARS WILLIAM D
Sold 13,947 Common Stock on Mar 9, 10. Direct holding 515,827 shares/units after transaction. Holdings decreased -2.63%.
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mystiq
650 posts
msg #89672
Ignore mystiq
3/16/2010 4:39:12 AM

http://www.j3sg.com/Reports/Stock-Insider/Generate.php?tickerLookUp=yrcw&Submit2322=GO&DV=yes

karennma
6,823 posts
msg #89676
Ignore karennma
3/16/2010 9:02:21 AM

ewwww!
they must be preparing for the R/V.
Hmmmm....
I guess the current YRCW shares will become YRCWQ, and they will issue new shares under another symbol.
:>(


mystiq
650 posts
msg #89905
Ignore mystiq
3/19/2010 3:41:45 AM

YRCW @ 0.44 July 10 Calls 120 Days to Exp
Strike Bid Ask Last Change Volume Open Int Day High Day Low Delta Gamma Imp Vol
1.0 0.01 0.03 0.03 0.01 380 62,323 0.04 0.03 0.387 0.847 112.09%

YRCW @ 0.44 October 10 Calls 211 Days to Exp
Strike Bid Ask Last Change Volume Open Int Day High Day Low Delta Gamma Imp Vol
1.0 0.05 0.06 0.04 0.00 0 2,535 0.00 0.00 0.531 0.664 117.72%

YRCW @ 0.44 January 11 Calls 309 Days to Exp
Strike Bid Ask Last Change Volume Open Int Day High Day Low Delta Gamma Imp Vol
1.0 0.08 0.09 0.09 0.03 12,453 51,962 0.10 0.08 0.627 0.522 116.88%
1.5 0.02 0.05 0.04 0.00 2 3,204 0.04 0.04 0.531 0.548 104.43%
2.0 0.02 0.03 0.03 0.02 93 2,832 0.03 0.03 0.461 0.547 109.02%


(o.-)

jrbikes
624 posts
msg #89980
Ignore jrbikes
3/20/2010 2:12:18 AM

where you find all that info Mystiq?

mystiq
650 posts
msg #90070
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modified
3/21/2010 9:48:26 PM

...have alerts on web for all news related to YRCW - use Yahoo! Alerts OR GOOGLE Alerts

Insiderslab.com - for insider holdings buy/sell -- free to monitor 3 stocks

j3sg.com - for insider holdings / buy/sell - free for reports generated 3 times daily

tradeking.com - for option data/ delta/gamma/ IV


**YRCW and OCNF ...related business .... good candidate for options out-of-money/ 2-3 months ahead...(-.-) on signs of ?turnaround?

TimeLessWealth.net
OceanFreight, Inc. (NASDAQ: OCNF)
On Thursday OceanFreight Inc. revealed the company had terminated a public stock offering program. The Company reported to have raised just under $100M, construed to be used towards financing operations, growth, and reinstatement of shareholder value. A bullish 'triple-bottom' chart pattern had formed, suggested a 'bottom-play'. The key breakout level is the trending 50MA, currently listed at $0.84/share. Support is found at $0.71.

jrbikes
624 posts
msg #90077
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modified
3/22/2010 2:43:54 AM

Secform4.com is another site that tracks insider selling and buying.

Look at the sells on GOOG! insane amounts of money!



mystiq
650 posts
msg #90208
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3/24/2010 6:12:06 AM


Congress to consider YRC pension relief
By RANDOLPH HEASTER
The Kansas City Star

Matt Rourke
Casey More News
Dow gains 103 points as momentum carries stocks higher In brief | Toyota offers replacement pedals; executive compensation capped; Fed officials gives glum outlook With numbers improving in March, H&R Block's stock price rises Heads Up | Calorie counts are part of health law; KCP&L gets kudos Missouri agency approves new ethics rules that sprang from Aquila e-mail KCK-based grocers' cooperative again posts record sales New trolley system will travel KC streets, connecting bars and restaurants Geithner says bank overhaul must protect consumers Stocks rise after health care vote Almost a dozen Freight House properties are up for auction Noteworthy | Best Buy’s chief ethics office will give a lecture KCK Toyota dealership will move to Legends Congress to consider YRC pension relief Former CEO of failed Sugar Creek bank banned from financial industry Strong March sales put the U.S. auto market in drive Heads Up | Bernanke pitch; SEC investigates run-up to crisis; GM has chance to turn profit Senate OKs jobs bill featuring tax break for firms that hire unemployed UMKC's MBA coach finds success in the classroom, not on the court KC has weathered recession fairly well, according to analysis of 100 metro areas Stocks rise after Fed’s news on rates KC housing market continued its weak performance in February Process may soon determine a buyer to complete the stalled West Edge project Heads Up | Fed repeats a pledge; Pepsi’s sugar vow Local conference to focus on green construction Supporters of proposed convention hotel remain optimistic YRC Worldwide Inc.’s push to get relief for its benefits costs picked up momentum Monday as the U.S. Senate began to consider a bill that would address problems with multi-employer pension plans.

Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania said he would introduce a bill intended to protect the pension payments of retirees of failed businesses while assisting companies such as YRC, whose pension liabilities include non-YRC retirees.

Multi-employer pension plans such as the Teamsters’ Central States Pension Fund have become severely underfunded in recent years as more unionized companies have liquidated. That has left fewer employers to pay into the funds, which continue to provide benefits to the retirees of the failed companies.

YRC is the biggest contributor to the Central States plan, which has more than 430,000 participants and 2,000 employers. YRC and other big companies such as Kroger and Associated Wholesale Grocers also participate in other union-run, multi-employer pension funds.

As part of its reorganizing to remain viable, YRC received Teamsters approval last year to suspend monthly payments into the union pension plans until next January. Before the suspension, YRC had been paying about $40 million monthly into those funds. About 40 percent of YRC’s pension costs have gone to fund the pensions of the so-called orphans, retirees who work for failed companies and were never employed by YRC.

Casey said the Senate legislation would address the problem in a couple of ways.

First, it would allow multi-employer pension funds to merge as a way to reduce costs.

Second, after satisfying certain requirements, the multi-employer plan would be able to create a separate account to transfer assets and liabilities for the projected benefit payments to the orphans for five years.

The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp., the federal agency that provides pension payments to employees of failed companies, would monitor the separate accounts. After five years, the federal agency would take over benefits paid to the orphans.

A similar bill has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Casey’s news conference Monday was held at a YRC regional carrier’s operation in Carlisle, Pa.

Since deregulation of the trucking industry in the 1980s, hundreds of carriers have shut down, leaving fewer unionized truckers to fund the pension plans, said Mike Smid, president of YRC Inc., the company’s national carrier.

“A penalty has been placed on the unionized companies that remain,” said Smid, who also is chief operations officer of YRC Worldwide. “It’s unfair and unsustainable.”

The Teamsters union supports Casey’s bill, as well as the similar bill in the House. An executive from Kroger attended Casey’s news conference in support of the bill.

Casey, a Democrat, said the federal government’s cost for the pension assistance would be $8 billion to $10 billion



Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2010/03/22/1830267/congress-to-consider-yrc-pension.html#ixzz0j5URMKy7


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