Thread regarding Sabre Holdings layoffs

Stock price - WTF?

How transparent was the decision to issue additional shares...
And the share price is going to hell once again.
So, do we need more cash or we don't?

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Post ID: @OP+16wsd5Ly

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Hope you help on to that stock. It’s worth something now.

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Post ID: @3ddju+16wsd5Ly

Cash is going to remain strapped. The airlines are cutting workforce and putting projects on hold. Sales projections are even more dismal than ever expected.

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Post ID: @7xwk+16wsd5Ly

I have plenty of office space right now. I even have a private reserved parking space. What I wonder is if I will be able to deduct it as a business expense in my 2020 taxes. I have been forced to convert 100sqft to a home office because Sabre's office has been closed, so it should be tax deductible, no?

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Post ID: @6wvy+16wsd5Ly

Sabre needs to quite burning through cash fast. Sabre is still top heavy needs to reduce staff and office space.

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Post ID: @6ucb+16wsd5Ly

I didn't mean consulting me.
So why do we have all these TH, All Hands where we hear about the company situation?
A few days after talking about our 1.3B/18months cash reserve, Sabre makes a move to raise more cash. So my original question was: is the situation really as stable and under control as they claim?
I don't have a right to expect consulting me about the company's finances, but I thought I have a right to know the real situation and make an informed decision about my next steps.
And to all of the people criticizing the guy with a lot of Sabre shares - you are just jealous that he was able to purchase so many shares in the first place.

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Post ID: @6kkq+16wsd5Ly

Lololol you actually think SM or the board of directors will consult with a peon like you for issuing more oustanding shares? Why would they even need to be transparent about anything? All companies are scrambling for cash right now. Sabre is not the exception.

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Post ID: @6kzi+16wsd5Ly

Most employees don't care about the stock because they aren't given stock or even offered options at a discounted price. All of that is only for the privileged class

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Post ID: @2ypx+16wsd5Ly

@2qzu+16wsd5Ly
It looks like you have failed to diversify your sources of income. Im sorry to be the one dropping this on you, but I honestly wish you best of luck in absorbing this lesson.

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Post ID: @2bik+16wsd5Ly

Thats kind of a hindsight question sir.

I am vastly underwater and its not like I bought 200k of stock in one day.

I guess i could have sold at 3 bucks and only lost 170k of my investment ? I've waited since that low and its almost tripled the low.

Regardless. The point of the post was that I care about the stock price. I'm surprised to hear employees dont care about it.

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Post ID: @2qzu+16wsd5Ly

Why would you have $200k invested in Sabre? Didn’t you know airlines are shrinking by 30%. You think we will make money as airlines lose money. There is no short term catalyst for Sabre stock to gain recent losses and if travel does not pick up and they post losses again next earnings expect another dump by shareholders.

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Post ID: @1dru+16wsd5Ly

As a stock owner with personal Sabre investment over 200k. (not options given by the company) I care what the stock does !

With a previous billion dollar loan, if there is a liquidity need that doesn't involve MAJOR acquisitions. Then Sabre is being vastly mismanaged. Looks like im a s—er on the employee side as well as a s—er on the investment side. The complete silence to the investment community is also inexcusable

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Post ID: @1wdq+16wsd5Ly

Unless your compensation is tightly coupled with the stock price (like Sean’s) what do you care about the stock price? What’s more important is that we have jobs and funding to pay our salaries. With this offering we are raising money by offering more shares which dilutes the current shares so the stock went down. We are not going back to the bank for a 9%+ interest rate loan. That’s good news. They are turning to investors for the next round of funding. As they should. They have been milking this company for dividendA and via stock buybacks for years. Get them to pay forward some of those gains.

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