Saturday, March 9, 2013

Ethanex Has A Proposed Settlement With McGuire Woods.

Ethanex is now petitioning the Bankruptcy Court in Kansas to approve the proposed settlement of $6.7 million dollars in regard to the McGuire Woods case. This, just after hiring a firm to help determine the shareholders of the company. The original investment thesis can be read here. Keep in mind that there may be additional monies coming into the Ethanex estate from the liquidation of the Zehil Estate.

While I am a touch disappointed with the settlement amount, I am certainly not complaining.

For your reading pleasure:



Disclosure/Disclaimer:  I own and represent shares of Ethanex. I reserve the right to change the positions at any time. This post is my nothing more than my thoughts/opinion. Always do a ton of your own research before so much as contemplating anything that I say, do, write, or even think about.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Law Firm To Determine Ethanex Shareholders.

Ethanex's trustee has hired a law firm to find out the owners of Ethanex common stock... Seems to be a good sign.



Disclosure/Disclaimer:  I own and represent shares of Ethanex. I reserve the right to change the positions at any time. This post is my nothing more than my thoughts/opinion. Always do a ton of your own research before so much as contemplating anything that I say, do, write, or even think about.

Monday, March 4, 2013

A New Way To Follow Ragnar...

In case you didn't see it, I recently added an email update option to the right hand side of the page... This takes the way of efficiently following Ragnar up by 50%! Previously, there was just RSS and Twitter (which the efficiency of for following this blog is debatable). As much as I appreciate a steady stream of traffic, any of these methods is better than randomly "checking in" as it will save you a lot of time that can be used for more productive endeavors.

As a side note, if you don't use a "Reader" application of some nature, you should consider looking into the option. You can do a lot of really cool things with them such as not have to constantly check in to your favorite sites to see if they have been updated, manage/organize subscriptions in a way that is similar to email, and even have Google Alerts come directly to your reader! It's kind of like a customizable version of Bloomberg... but free!

And since this is not the typical type of post that I do, here is some cool music straight from "The Bluegrass State" to you...



Come back by soon, I like to think that I am working on some interesting stuff- let me know! :)