Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PCG) Social Stream
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$PCG my friends team located at the SF HQ has been asked if they want to have an office at the new Oakland HQ or to be permanent work from home the choice was clear no one wants an office 😂 save some money for the company and have happier workers why notBlindfoldtrader, published April 30, 2021
Other Notable StockTweets About PCG
$PCG The New York Times. Retrieved June 16, 2020. "About half of the $13.5 billion in compensation PG&E is paying wildfire victims will be in the form of company stock, leaving roughly 70,000 of them owning a little more than 22 percent of PG&E once it leaves bankruptcy. The company also plans to pay off its bond debt in full and its existing shareholders will continue to own a big chunk of PG&E, an unusual outcome in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases like this one." It's in everyones interest for this stock to go up even the fire victims.FinancialFoundation, published April 26, 2021
$PCG PG&E call volume above normal and directionally bullish
Bullish option flow detected in PG&E with 6,780 calls trading, 1.1x expected, and implied vol increasing almost 5 points to 39.42%. 4/23 weekly 11 calls and 4/30 weekly 11.5 calls are the most active options, with total volume in those strikes near 1,900 contracts. The Put/Call Ratio is 0.47. Earnings are expected on April 29th.
$PCG The sleeping giant. Through all the tulip-mania in the markets these days, this thing is a loaded spring and anyone paying attention knows it. The only danger here is the disgusting and concerning cultural shift toward socialist idealism and collectivism . Naive college aged morons and their Marxist "eat-the-rich", participation trophy culture is certainly a danger to not just this stock but the entire country and the world at large. They truly and stupidly believe large infrastructure like PCG (and other means of production) should for some reason be owned and controlled by the masses.corner_pocket, published April 16, 2021
$PCG Executive Stock Ownership Guidelines
"We believe that stock ownership further aligns the interests of our executives with those of our shareholders, encouraging executives to consider the long-term performance and prospects for our companies. Our guidelines require senior executive officers to achieve and maintain a minimum investment in PG&E Corporation common stock, expressed as a percentage of their base salary. Until an executive meets the applicable guideline, the executive is subject to a 50 percent holding requirement in relation to the net shares realized after tax withholding from the vesting of RSUs or PSUs. In assessing compliance, unvested RSUs are counted if the executive is eligible for retirement under the awards terms."
The current guidelines are as follows: (% of base salary)
CEO, 600 %
President, Executive Vice Presidents 300 %
Other Executive Officers 150 %