It's obvious that LFTB works for a competitor since he is so obviously butthurt about EFOI winning the Navy contract.
He uses Paul the Big Finn on Seeking Alpha
LOL he was in OPK, AA, ZINC - and has the nerve to bash EFOI considering all the stocks he owns are getting crushed.
He commented more stupid BS on a Forbes article way back on 9/2014 LMAO
Bright Idea: Navy Turns To Ohio-Based Energy Focus Inc. For An Illuminating Breakthrough
his comment LOL
"The Big Finn a year ago
It is a fact that LED technology is the wave of the future. It is also a fact that EFOI is the only US “Manufacturer” of fluorescent replacement lamps. The missing fact is the LEDs themselves are manufactured abroad and assembled in Ohio. A quick search of Alibaba reveals 100s of manufacturers peddling similar products at 1/4 of the cost. The Navy’s buddy buddy procurement system pays EFOI 4 times the world rate for a common technology. The real question is why?"
I take that back - idiot LFTB KNEW this information a year ago!
Since LFTB is too stupid to know the answer here you go.
"there are approximately 1,352,000 light sockets across the fleet — not counting those in shore facilities"
Energy Focus estimates the addressable maritime market at about $4 billion, and that is a small slice of the potential military, civil and commercial demand for LED lighting.
So a day old post from zerobagger gets a response from an ID created today - try harder LFTB.
LOL another ID created 02/13/2016 how impressive.
I get it. He is a waste of time. Why not put him on ignore. Haven't you noticed you are one of the few that responds to her.
Come on Zerobagger you spend so much time with your BS questions - how much is the Navy fleets total contract value for LEDs?
The only one who was confused was you since you said that there was net institutional selling which wasn't true.You got caught in another lie or you are just too stupid to know what you are looking at.
LOL LFTB isn't the brightest bulb
"Less than 100K for management." LMAO
lookingforatenbagger • 9 hours ago Flag
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Mel, The information I posted yesterday was ABSOLUTELY correct. It was based on the 20 holders that had reported as of yesterday. 14 more were shown today including Oxford Asset Management's 120.3K shares which was enough to swing it from negative to positive.
Do you understand now?
I do have a question. Where did you get your insider share count from? In looks high to me.
I see 11.6M shares out with 2.5M held by institutions, if you think there is only 4M shares out that implies 5.1M insider shares. After the insiders sold their shares last September there should be less. I'm not sure if Bright Horizons even counts now.
Less than 100K for management.Who's owns the rest?
LOL Bump - zerobagger can't add "Less than 100K for management." what an idiot.
Sadly it is apparent ONCE AGAIN, the chicken boy shouldn't attempt analysis. Let me explain so evn he can understand.
When one goes tot the NASDAQ website and clicks the the "Institutional Holdings" button (second from the bottom on the right.
There one finds the latest reported ownership. They site totals the their data and displays and if one does not spend a moment or two to understand it, one is often confused.
The US requires institutions file their updated holding by the 15th of the second month of the following quarter. One knows the reporting period by looking at the second column. A nice feature of the NASDAQ site is the ability to click the column and have the reports ordered by date. Yesterday afternoon 20 companies had posted. As of this morning 34 have. I suspect the remaining 15 will by Monday
of those 34 reporting in the 12/31/15 period
8 have sold out completely and 2 others decreased the number of shares they held a total of 250K shares..
9 have reported changes of less than 100 shares leaving
17 reporting increases totaling 328.8K
15 companies have yet to report totaling 160K shares
NASDAQ report 51 institutional shareholders, but includes the 8 that have sold out and the 15 yet to report.
Unfortunately NASDAQ doesn't make a distinction between reporting periods so they still show 21 new positions as well as the 10 sold out. 8 of those new positions were in the 12/31 period totaling 147K shares. Oxford Asset management owns 120.3K of the 147K. Oxford Management was able in switng the institutional shares from a net negative to a net positive.
The net reported change so far is +78.8K shares with 160K shares not updated