I doubled down today.....should have done it the other day under .49, but better late than never. I'm in for long haul also.......or $1.20....whichever comes first. Merry Christmas to all
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Us long-term holders are betting you're right.
COMMENT DATE: DECEMBER 19, 2013,
"I am working on a follow-up article, and the more I dive into it the more I am convinced that INVE will be a huge % gainer in 2014. I believe that the 180-day NASDAQ extension gives the company time to show significant progress and the market will reward it accordingly.
In my update report I promise to spell the name of the company correctly...:)
Wishing you, and all readers, very Happy Holidays and a Hugely Successful 2014 !!!
I hope it stays like this for a while. I've got shares I'm holding onto for the long run but in the meantime making a lot of money trading this thing as it goes up an down.
You have a great crystal ball
Form 8-K for IDENTIVE GROUP, INC.
Notice of Delisting or Failure to Satisfy a Continued Listing Rule or Standa
Item 3.01. Notice of Delisting or Failure to Satisfy a Continued Listing Rule or Standard; Transfer of Listing
As previously announced, on June 11, 2013, Identive Group, Inc. (the "Company") received notice from the NASDAQ Listing Qualifications Department ("Listing Department") that it does not meet the minimum $1.00 per share requirement for continued listing on the NASDAQ Global Market under Marketplace Rule 5450(a)(1). The Company applied on December 5, 2013 to transfer its common stock listing to the NASDAQ Capital Market. On December 16, 2013, the Company received notice from the Listing Department that its application to transfer its common stock listing to the NASDAQ Capital Market had been approved, effective as of the date of the notice. The Company's common stock listing will transfer to the NASDAQ Capital Market at the opening of trading on December 18, 2013. Following the move to the NASDAQ Capital Market, the Company's common stock will continue to trade under the symbol "INVE".
The Listing Department further informed the Company that it is eligible for an additional 180 days, or until June 9, 2014, to regain compliance with the minimum bid price rule by maintaining a minimum closing bid price of at least $1.00 for ten consecutive business days, provided that the Company meets the NASDAQ Capital Market's continued listing requirement for market value of publicly held shares and all other applicable initial listing requirements. The Company has provided the Listing Department with written notice of its intention to cure the stock price deficiency by June 9, 2014 by effecting a reverse stock split, if necessary. If the Company does not satisfy these continued listing conditions or if the minimum closing share price of the Company's stock does not achieve at least $1.00 per share for ten consecutive business days prior to June 9, 2014, the Listing Department will notify the Company in writing that its common stock will be delisted.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
i'm in for the LONG HAUL. this is a growing industry that should NET GOOD RETURNS
The way I see it is, who knows more than the insiders? If they like it buying hundreds of thousands of shares at almost double the current price, why am I afraid to double down?
My avg cost is under .65
I'm thinking we must be near bottom. I think I'll dip a toe in and buy 1k and see what happens. This "falling knife" syndrome is worrisome if I don't want to commit more $$$ to INVE than I had originally planned, but.....
It's like a fire sale......maybe 2k......any cogent thoughts? I'm heavily committed to another issue, but maybe a bit more here?
Thanks in advance for any helpful thought clarification...........
It would be interesting to see where this decline will find support. I actually find it compelling that they provide free software along with their solutions. Lets see where this goes next week. Perhaps 0.5 will mark support?
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Though I love your enthusiasm, you might want to temper your thoughts a bit based on a few things.. Don't forget that Boersch has been involved as a principal since the days of SCM Micro and Bluehill, when they accepted Identive shares to be acquired in a merger around 1/11. Though I didn't research more deeply, they accepted Identive share at around $2.5/share in a merger and have held on ever since for the most part... So as encouraging as it is that Boersch personally decided to add in August, he's also been a principal who has overseen his investment going from 2.50 to .57. I, too, am in to INVE due to the strong insider ownership and its potential within what should eventually be an industry capable of experiencing huge growth, but I ain't about to mortgage anything on this one... Right now, the catalyst to consider is what Jason Hart might be able to do, not insider buying from Boersch.... Here's hoping we're both right some day.... having said all this, I am much closer to buying more than selling any at this important time or transition for INVE.
We need news, Work, only if you're done buying. This has been a great opp to getmore shares on the cheap. Look at Boersch's purchses over the last 15 months........this August and last .....prices HE paid....and he's a "more than 10% owner"....anywau, he paid, 50 to 90% higher than we're buying at.
Now you tell me who knows more about what's going on inside INVE and what the plans are for the future.
I'm doing everything but mortgaging the kids....and somedays....well, that's another story.
GLTA.....it's only a matter of time and patience
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Anyone interested in the history of Eric K. Naarden (erickn122) should look at the following boards:
HAUP, CRDS, OTIV and UPIP.
Buyer best BEWARE.
Sentiment: Strong Sell