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  • The Institutional began quietly divesting their holdings in CPI as the stock's failure to perform was damaging their fund.

    Tomorrow's definition Governance.

    Thanks, keep sending the thumbs down.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • I know they are in trouble, but I did not see any notice of a trade halt,
    TIA

  • And apologies on the typo that was PAINTING OF THE TAPE.

    The poor sheep do not know what has hit them.

    Hey did CEO Dougie, Mr. Aerospace Mogul, buy any shares yesterday?

    A CEO (seriously CEO) that does not invest in the company he is running?

    Or is that running into the ground.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Sent this out this morning, either failed to post or was deleted. I figured I would repost this even though it is not verbatim. BUT BEWARE!

    The big boys (Institutionals) always do everything professionally. Yesterday was a classic continuation of dumping CPI shares in an orderly and non-price disruptive process. The paining of the tape on tiny trades, the end of the day one the best was sheer textbook. Yes folks CPI is in deep trouble and getting dumped deservedly so for failure to perform or meet any logical metric.

    A classic dump is always done under the guise of good news or some excellent distraction. Yes a few tiny holders were created. Poor souls. But you really have to take your hat off to how they exit. What hype yesterday and deservedly so NOC had blow out earnings and more importantly their guidance was off the charts, not expected or predicted by anyone. What a great positive surprise. How can you not notice what happened in the Aerospace Industry yesterday. NOC, GD and LMT all traded on heavy volume yesterday and all three set ALL TIME, YES ALL TIME, LIFETIME HIGHS (not 52 week) their highest highs ever!!! And CPI could not even claw back for a day to $9. That is because CPI has no good news. The industry leaders have great news and have for years as their share prices have rapidly risen as CPI’s has declined.
    Yes the exodous of CPI’s stock is on full time and deservedly so. They are failing badly, they can not sustain a mature business. A 30 year old company is still acting like a start up not able to generate money to grow.
    Always watch the exit doors on hype. Watch when a small tiny margin contract is awarded, watch when the Sector and the cream of the crop stocks such as the ones listed above have tremendous news. Or watch how every, yes every CPI insider dumped shares in June 2012 on the same day during a secondary offering. These things have to be done in this fashion for such a lightly traded stock, if not you would collapse the price immediately, rather than the slow drawn out process we have been witnessing.
    Be very careful, CPI is in big trouble, an Institutional wants out they can not meet even “mickey mouse” metrics, have no long term vision or good news on the horizon, NO GOVERNANCE/OVERSIGHT and a CEO that is just not competent to do this job. An indicator would have been his failures when he oversaw the company’s operations.

    This is a very ill company and it’s share price has shown that for years. Yesterday, just confirms how bleak things really are. Always watch the exit doors, always!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Quiet Exit

    by greeneyes600000005 Jul 28, 2015 5:29 PM

    I hate too, if you do some research you can figure it out. And who can blame this company for dumping CPI. CPI has been a portfolio killer with no upside potential.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Kudos to Greeneyes!

    by curiousinvestor123 Jul 29, 2015 10:32 AM

    Thank you escaping during the hype of NOC blowout earnings and guidance. Always watch the hype.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • 30,000 shares traded today before 10:30, including 12,000 in block sales. That sure does sound like someone with a large holding getting out. Thankfully for all you shareholders, they seem to be doing it in an orderly manner, and not tanking the stock completely. But watch out. This could get real ugly before earnings are released next week.

  • Somebody at CPI must be on vacation

  • Reply to

    Quiet Exit

    by greeneyes600000005 Jul 28, 2015 5:29 PM

    Can you give us a hint as to who that institution is?

  • Instead of clicking on message board click on Key Statistics. Once you do on the right hand side of the page it says Trading Information. There it shows Stock Price History and for CPI it reveals a 52 week change of -29.17%. Directly below is the S&P500 52 week change which shows +6,25%.

    Just another piece of raw data published by Yahoo Finance.

    Also utilizing Yahoo Finance you can calculate the difference in share value or PPS since Doug Mccrosson took over as CEO from Ed Fred. Since Doug has become CEO the company's stock has declined by -41.37%. This in a matter of less than 17 months!!!!!!!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • No intelligent responses. Do you wonder why this management team and this company is failing?

    Earnings out on the 5th, call on the 6th. Remember folks, they already told us the second quarter won't be special. Everything amazing will be in the second half of the year. So please wait until the first week of November to crash the stock, because we promise things will be awesome by then. We won't spend any of our own money to prove that to you, but you should still trust us!

  • Wow! On a day when the market was up sharply and the aerospace sector was exceptionally strong CPI continued their abysmal slide. Remember what I said about an Institutional with a large holding starting to make a quiet exit. You will see when the reporting period comes out.

    One has to wonder what took them so long and when will the others join in.

    CEO Dougie has been running to investor presentations and it is apparent by the lack of response his message and delivery style are not resonating. Then again people can read past the fluff and see factually what is happening. Can you imagine him trying to tell investment houses that CPI is such a great company to own stock in while at the same time he (Dougie) will not buy any shares?

    Many companies attended the Paris air show. Many companies where awarded large contracts while there or shortly thereafter. Did anyone even notice the CPI contingent and their same old tired message.

    Yes Sir, Dougie is a leader and this stock is going sky high! NOT!!!

    Without having anything proprietary they are not even a buy out candidate.

    A failing company with an overwhelmed, unskilled CEO without any vision.

    These are the same people that where telling you CPI was a great buy at $16, then $14 and then $12 and then $10 and I think sane people get the picture.

    Sentiment: Strongest Sell Ever

    I have been 100% correct. Now the management boys can give me a thumbs down because they sure are not busy buying their company's stock or making the company profitable.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    Look At This

    by curiousinvestor123 Jul 25, 2015 11:17 PM

    Just magnifies how much trouble CPI is in. I notice the thumbs down person never can comment what is positive about CPI or the raw factual numbers. Well those thumbs down do not seem to be helping CPI's woes.

    Hmm I wonder why a stock that barely trades receives more post critique than AAPL, AMZN,BA, GE and on and on.

    LOL nobody is fooled anymore.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • The last five posts have each had 4 thumbs down. Looks like there's a team set up to handle the chat board.

  • Reply to

    More Bad News for CPI CEO (LOL) Dougie

    by greeneyes600000005 Jul 24, 2015 8:16 PM

    How do you give that a thumbs down? It's a fact. The stock was over $14 when Mr. Fred left, and it's under $9.00 now. Duh! That is the classic definition of a lack of performance. And one of you thumbs down people hasn't checked in yet. Sleeping late?

  • Besides touching the 40% mark today. That is the company has lost 40% of it's value since you where named CEO 16+ months ago. The word is out that one of the Institutionals that held some shares has started to make a quite exit for the door. Stay tuned. Another sad fact.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    You've Got to Love

    by curiousinvestor123 Jul 24, 2015 12:46 PM

    Only three thumbs down. The fourth person must work on the night shift. Give it a little while. Oh, by the way, thumbs down people, you closed at under $9.00 today. You have anything to SAY?

  • Reply to

    You've Got to Love

    by curiousinvestor123 Jul 24, 2015 12:46 PM

    You have to laugh actually. In some convoluted thought process they or he think by assigning thumbs down is a method of refuting those posts and showing a strong belief in the Company's future. However, without any rebuttal to the mere facts that are being posted that they assign thumbs down to exemplifies the fact that they have no rebuttal to what has been stated. The precipitous drop in the stock's share price confirms this. What can they positively say. There thumbs down show that a nerve has been struck (a fact has been posted) and in some warped fashion they think the thumbs down will discredit it or make it go away. A long while ago I posted here regularly and I can tell you that had an obnoxious insider posting lies about how great this company was and he/she attacked anyway that had a contrary position.
    Enough, I wasted more time than this soon to be defunct company is worth. 
    I buy LMT. I own LMT. I am richly rewarded by LMT. An as aside, it was laughable the microscopic if you can call it a contract LMT gave CPI. If they screw it up as they historically do with orders, the minutia will not phase LMT. Besides since CPI is doing it dirt cheap I almost wish LMT would have gave them a large order to work for next to nothing. Worst that can happen as with Boeing and CPI is that CPI now works for Boeing for free. Also Boeing has no more use for CPI.
    THUMBS DOWN, HAND UP, CHEERS AND DANCE. HEY CPI YPUR COMPANY IS VANISHING.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    You've Got to Love

    by curiousinvestor123 Jul 24, 2015 12:46 PM

    One thumb down! Another CPI employee monitoring the site for management instead of actually trying to help the company make money!

  • The idiot who just got on and simply added a thumbs down to the last three posts! Gutless! Instead, why don't you tell us what's so thumbs up about a stock price approaching $9.00, shrinking margins, and burning through cash. I'd love to hear an explanation.

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