That would be difficult given the charter, unless they turn on each other, and get the majority of the board to go along, which would leave the remaining one vulnerable.
It needs a headline confirming sells, or confirmation of the validity, and ownership of vital IP, to move it to a higher level. Anything else will create a short pop, IMHO.
Yes, but when the financiers periodically cover their shorts, like I said about a month ago, buy low, in the high .40's/low .50's and you can make money here. Also, NvVault isn't a part of the agreement, so at least Hong will hang on to that long term.
a couple of the companies he follows have appreciated quite a bit or merged.
Cerius has the KOK
NetKOK up $.02 based on a price target 200% higher. What a stupid POS
Managing this company, is like a rockwilder puppy trying to keep a meaty bone away from a pack of pitt bulls. Wait intil the puppy grows up. Disclaimer! I'm not into dog fighting. Analogy purposes only.
Haha, this guy sounds like a dumbazz if he thinks NetKOK has a strong management team.
Fhuck and Fail r imbeciles
he covers iphi but iphi is not part of the apha select group which is a group of companies which can have meaningful appreciation in value. net list does not fit a traditional sector. I take this as one of a kind(moat).They say net list has an attractive business model,unappreciated value,above average growth prospects and strong management team. So who you gonna believe? Exactly what I have been saying!
I went to their website. Netlist is part of the alpha select group. Richard shannon is the analyst you are talking about.
The analyst who initated NLST for Craig Hallum also covers IPHI, I would hope he's keen on all the little details. The guy formerly worked for IBM as an operating systems programmer for 4 years.