Originally Posted by JimPS
I think we all have skin in this game.
We all stand to get scraped pretty bad.
Nexen shareholders will just be able to buy a few more band-aids than the rest of us.
I guess what I am trying to say is that the opportunity for people in opposition to this deal has passed. Before the shareholders voted to accept the deal, the public in opposition had an opportunity to buy in and either value Nexen higher than the bid by Sino or vote to not accept the change in management.
Objecting today, is crying for nanny state to pick a favorite when the individual was perfectly capable of being part of a democratic outcome yesterday.
If I was opposed to the sino-nexen deal, I would have been bidding Nexen up past $25.00 before the shareholder meeting and voted NO with those overvalued shares I just purchased.