he is not playing base ball.......that s not going to do anybody any good when you call your stock broker and want to sell at 8 dollars ,,,but he had 6 hits in one game what is that
why is the stock dropping then is this a secret.....or just BS like the rest of it.. i have the stock and very disappointed in performance...are these facts or just talk nothing else to do..so your statement means that saffier is in the new iphone then why the drop in the stock
you guys are still at it the stock in falling like a rock and you say to forms of of saffier screens..how do you know,,,, maybe you should tell gtat and the stock will stop getting crushed
Its a test for the longs, but still feeling that the "analysts" are using the NDA to their advantage because they can. They know GTAT is sticking to the agreement and can't comment on any of the info good or bad.... for the time being.
They know there is limited time left before both companies can start talking freely about announced products. So it was pretty much now or never to coordinate the move in my opinion.
But as others noted... if you're only in this for the Apple agreement, you'd probably have bailed this month. Luckily I'm betting on the other legs to come to fruition over the next 2-3 years.
If you want to deceive then at least do it so its not so obvious to see what you are doing . I just read the document and it is Parkside v. vs. XERIUM TECHNOLOGIES INC., and THOMAS GUTIERREZ and MICHAEL O’DONNELL, The case did present any real evidence from the unhappy investor.
Do you believe that Apple did not perform due diligence before signing a $548 million deal? Did GT's board not look closely at TG before appointing him President? Here is the press release from GT from 2009;
Mr. Gutierrez brings considerable experience to this position having served as chief executive officer at private and public companies ranging in size up to approximately $3 billion in sales. He was chief executive of Invensys Power Systems, a multinational business and world leader in power control and energy storage products, systems and services for industrial applications from 1998 to 2001. Under Mr. Gutierrez’s leadership, Invensys Power Systems doubled its operating income and grew its revenue from approximately $1.7 billion to nearly $3 billion via acquisition and strategic expansion. More recently, Mr. Gutierrez served as chief executive officer from 2001 to 2008 at Xerium Technologies, a multinational public company that develops, manufactures and markets technically advanced synthetic textiles. He has a strong international background having launched and led organizations in Asia, Europe, and throughout the U.S. Mr. Gutierrez has also held executive positions with Pulse Engineering (1992-1994), Pitney Bowes, Inc. (1985-1992) and Motorola, Inc. (1981-1984). He currently serves on the boards of directors of Verso Paper Corp. (NYSE) and Comverge Inc. (NASDAQ) He received his BS degree in Electrical Engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology
This guy has had a very solid career. More than 1/2 of all CEO's of public companies are sued at some point in their career.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Do you think all of the 100,000 media outlets that report on Apple leaks should be criminally liable for reporting rumor as fact? Or is that different in your opinion.
Sentiment: Strong Buy