Don't be ridiculous, this was one specific case. A ring tone company with a million dollars in revenue isn't even worth a dollar a share.
Unbelievable garbageholder, this trash will collapse to 30 cents when rehearing will be denied, do you get it?
I try not to look at anything in a worst case scenario. Everything going on with this legal battle has been victorious for VRNG up until the judicial speed bump last Friday. This speed bump is going to slow a whole lot of big money patent holders down enough to take a closer look at what will happen if things go wrecklessly wrong at the hands of the legal system. I view it as all positive, just added an overtime is all.
How about reviewing the qualification of the 2 judges on Patent issues? Judge Chen (the other judge) is the most qualified judge in this case with extensive Patent law experience. In addition, he has an engineering degree and understands that it is not obvious for an engineering invention which a patent had been issued.
In addition, he is relatively young and current with the modern technology.
"Obviousness" is an easy excuse to make GOOGLE a winner without explanation. Even GOOGLE may not want "Obviousness" as the deciding factor for its win in this case. "Obviousness" is nothing but BS and GOOGLE knows it.
VRNG must appeal and will win using Judge Chen's opinion.
I'd like to say that their patent portfolio is worth $2.00 a share but are Patents worth anything anymore?? after the CAFC judges found the appropriate vague 101 defense for Google is any software patent safe? Who knows?
Zel, I agree with what you have pointed out here. However, what is the best strategy going forward. Sell now and trade the swings? Realistically, if the case is heard En Banc it won't be for quite awhile. All you could hope for in the near future is a settlement with ZTE. Without news I believe this will continue to drift down and continue being shorted again. I have been here a long time like you and several others. What are your thoughts?