GreenHunter Board Member Sells All of His Company Stock

GreenHunter Resources, the wastewater subsidiary of Magnum Hunter Resources (MHR), has essentially become a penny stock. Parent company MHR is close to declaring bankruptcy (some are saying it’s all but a formality at this point). MRH’s status seems to be weighing on its subsidiary companies, like GreenHunter. One of the members of the Board of Directors for GreenHunter, Ronald H. Walker, sold 196,470 shares of company stock he owned last Wednesday and Thursday. That is, he sold ALL of the stock he owned in GreenHunter–every last share. What did he get for all of those shares? A measly $35,364.60. Next to nothing. It averaged 18 cents per share. What does Walker know that we should know?…

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