SCO Delisted as of Today

By Anonymous

December 27 2007

I check SCO stock almost every day. The thing I could never understand, with
price hovering as high as $.20, the one year project was $5.00 (Yahoo). Who
makes these forecasts, and how can anyone take them seriously since it was
pretty easy to see that SCO couldn't continue for a year?

09:48 AM EST


The stock scam is dead, but not the FUD

By vb

December 27 2007

I think that we can all agree that this announcement puts an end to the stock
scam portion of the SCO lawsuits. The pump and dump was a big success. Can
anyone give a figure - what was the % increase of SCO stock value from this
March 2003 announcement to the highest stock value. Actually we should go back
to about November of 2002, because by time of the March announcement, all of the
insiders had already been buying stock for months in preparation for the scam.

The FUD machine is not dead. The lawsuits are not over. Specifically, the IBM
lawsuit is not over. There are plenty of MS senior salespeople talking to
CIO's, CTO's, and CEO's of fortune 1000 companies pounding on the fact that
Linux is still under a legal cloud because the IBM suit is on-going. Keep in
mind that for most people who are not following the SCO lawsuits, IBM is the
main show. Novell, like Chrysler, AutoZone and Red Hat, is a side show. We at
Groklaw all know the effect that the Novell rulings have on the IBM lawsuit, but
most people have no idea.

11:18 AM EST


The stock scam is dead, but not the FUD

By vb

December 27 2007

Also, I wonder what is the % loss of a fool who bought SCO at the market high
and is still holding the stock as of today.

There had to have been plenty of fools who thought that SCO was on the gravy
train to collect BILLIONS from IBM, and threw down loads of cash for a stock
that looked like it was going to the moon.

11:26 AM EST


The stock scam is dead, but not the FUD

By digger53

December 27 2007

I'm not sure what the actual high was--interestingly the SCOX charts have disappeared from Yahoo, and Excite, and MSN money seems to have no record of SCOX whatsoever-- but assuming $20.00 as a "minimum high," the loss is 100-(.12/20) = -99.4%. Nice going, Darl. Seems like when Darl moved in SCO/Caldera was about $4.00, which still works out to a drop of -97.0%.

Reminds me of this quote attributed to Euripides:

Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.

12:37 PM EST


Proportional owners

By Anonymous

December 27 2007

From a few days ago:

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From_a_horse's_mouth_http://moneycentral.msn.com/ownership?Symbol=SCOX

SCO_Group_Inc:_Ownership


Institution_NameShsHeldShsChgRptDate
Gagnon_Securities_LLC_____679,533.2%____09-30-07
Barclays_Global_Invest ors,_N.A._____592,08____2.8%____09-30-07
Eton_Park_Capital_Management,_L.L.C ._____289,89____1.4%____09-30-07
Jet_Capital_Investors,_L.P._____206,4____1. 0%____09-30-07
Merrill_Lynch_&_Company,_Inc._____190____0.9%____09-30-07
Citadel_Investment_Group,_L.L.C._____116,2____0.6%____09-30-07
Californ ia_Public_Employees'_Retirement_System_____73,4____0.4%____09-30-07
Deutsche _Asset_Management_Americas_____46,6____0.2%____09-30-07
Northern_Trust_Inves tments,_N.A._____24,29____0.1%____09-30-07
State_Street_Global_Advisors_(US) _____18,02____1.1%____09-30-07
J._Goldman_&_Co.,_L.P._____14,13____2.1%_ ___09-30-07
Northern_Trust_Global_Investments_____14,13____3.1%____09-30-07< br>
Mark_Asset_Management_Corporation_____12,95____4.1%____09-30-07
Credit_Suisse_Asset_Management,_LLC_(US)_____12,9____5.1%____09-30-07
UBS_Securities _LLC_____10,67____6.1%____09-30-07

Are these normal percenteages?
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I never really quite understood why all these investors, like Credit Suisse
Asset Management, hang on to a subsubsubdollar listed company. Pure speculation,
with _their_ share holder's money?

Back to the subject line question - will these companies remain proportional
owners of what is left? Proportional to their share, that is.

12:48 PM EST


The stock scam is dead, but not the FUD

By Peter H. Salus

December 27 2007

I've come across this many times, but have been unable to find anything like it
in Euripides. There is a Latin proverb that
is similar, but I don't know its source either.

I have a feeling that this is like the "dwarves on the shoulders of
giants" that Merton had such a good time with
(R.K. Merton, On the shoulders of giants [1965, 1985, 1993]).

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Peter H. Salus

01:29 PM EST


SCO Delisted as of Today

By Peter H. Salus

December 27 2007

And down to a dime ($0.10) with an hour
to go!

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Peter H. Salus

03:41 PM EST


SCO price at 3:24PM ET: $0.105

By JesseW

December 27 2007

Down even further... let's see if it reaches single digits today!

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04:09 PM EST


SCO price at 3:24PM ET: $0.105

By JamesK

December 28 2007

I saw 6.5 cents this morning, but it has since soared to 7.5 at the moment.

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May the source be with you.

02:21 PM EST


SCO price at 3:24PM ET: $0.105

By Peter H. Salus

December 28 2007

and we can all sing together now:

"seven-and-a-half cents doesn't mean a heck of a lot"

-- "Pajama Game"

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Peter H. Salus

03:11 PM EST


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