This only make for more revenue growth from AUDC's #2 partner...
one reason shabtai keeps buying 20k shares per day, btw, that keeps going until end of May.
More M&A coming in the space
Haven't seen them in awhile........
Anyway, you asked for honesty, well, here it comes:
AUDC is a great company!
Shabtai is a fantastic CEO!
The buyout is around the corner!
Hurry, get in before it's too late !
Larry the LIAR, Igi the LIAR, etc., etc.,...if you want to demonstrate a modicum of
HONESTY, then identify the Merciless MM from T123J posts!
Hey,mtruth! I'm not a liar , I'm just stretching the truth every now and then .....
Just trying to make an honest buck by pumping AUDC, and I think I've done a pretty damn good job !
Since I've embarked on my pumping mission ,the stock went up 40%!
Josh the "Jackal ".....oops, I mean Josh the Pumper .
These deep pocketed money sources are making a statement with conviction. This investor (s) has to believe strongly in the stocks prospects because that door to enter or leave the trade is tiny. A whale won't fit through it if it needs to leave in a hurry. But just maybe once in the door, it won't have to leave i.e., buyout. Or maybe the stock will advance to such a level that a whale can exit profitably even after getting a haircut exiting in volume. Nothing else makes much sense if we believe that the investor wants to profit from the trade.
Actually Bialik didn't raise his stake. Rather his stake was raised due to a reporting error. Had he purchased shares there would have been a separate filing. If you had taken time to read the 13G you would have found this:
The Reporting Person also beneficially owned 4,019,322 ordinary shares as of December 31, 2014. Amendment No. 17 to the Reporting Person’s Schedule 13G, filed on February 9, 2015, inadvertently reported beneficial ownership of 3,924,002 ordinary shares as of December 31, 2014.
This percentage calculation is based on 37,841,603 outstanding shares as of December 31, 2015, which does not include 17,168,127 treasury shares outstanding as of December 31, 2015.