Has anyone considered that THIS SUBMISSION was actually submitted in EARLY JUNE .....
(besides some ihub posters)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You touted AAPL just days ago vs. HIMX. If you're still hanging onto AAPL, you don't know what you are doing in the market. Steve Jobs is dead. When he "left the company" it was time to sell. The new management hasn't a clue about product development and now, like Microsoft, the company is too big to grow at a high rate. Both AAPL and MSFT should have made the move GOOG did recently. Now that's a company to invest in. If you want to talk long term, I'll beat you anytime chump. I'll also beat you on any short term trade you wish.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I agree with this ... we have not seen the end of the big flash crash lows yet ... overall feels like the downtrend has kicked in ... no science, just gut and remedial chart reading
"China doesn't matter" ? "strictly based on fear" Tell me something, what do you think is causing the "FEAR"? I will answer that for you, (since you are so smart)...... CHINA IS CAUSING THE FEAR. Read what you post before you hit the return button on ur keyboard....SPORT! In the market, perception is reality and right now the perception is causing the fear.
the top dogs of this company has most of the shares and if they raise the div , they raise their own check
Figures, Billy, your "Laryngitis" is "suddenly" cured when the Jerrylogic Basher Freddy shows up with some sort of lame comment for you to hide behind. Jerry appreciated his presence too. Now you want to "discuss" this "interesting" topic of "Rita's discovery" Well we already have and I schooled you both as I always do. .
But to respond, again - Dish doesn't need to "sign a license agreement with Blockbuster" because it already owns it all. Also, BBondemand is not getting anything for "free" from anyone BUT Dish. Plus, the cables, Dish, Direct, Netflix, Amazon, are all negotiating and making deals for content all the time without "Blockbuster" having anything to do with it. Finally, any revenue coming from the "Indian conglomerate that produces lots of movies" would go to Dish and has nada to do with the worthless and dead stock you so feverishly grasp on to for hope.
Throat hurting again Billy? I hope Freddy response soon so you can too.
I don't have the watch since I have an iPhone 5S. But my contract is up in December and I'll get the 6+ and then also pop for the watch.
Our international revenue grew at 99% compared to Q2 of last year. Excluding currency fluctuations, international revenue growth would have been 133%. We now have customers in over 50 countries globally.
In terms of acquiring new Global 5000 customers and cloud service producers, there is still an enormous amount of room and this is something I anticipate will continue to happen for us, not just over the next year or so, over the next several years we will continue to do that. An even bigger opportunity is just in going deeper within any one of these customers. Let me give you a couple of examples of customers that became part of our installed base this quarter. One of those customers is an extremely large Global 100 insurance company. This is a company which just in the main datacenter they have 25 petabytes. They went through a 4-month evaluation cycle, where they concluded that they were looking for a next generation storage vendor and tested everybody. We were selected as the platform that they would consolidate all of their virtualized infrastructure on. The very first rollout occurred during the quarter, but we are absolutely certain that over the next several quarters, we are going to see multiple repeat deployments. Now, that is a story that repeats itself over and over again as we look across most of our large enterprise customers. Another major healthcare customer that has over 15 petabytes on the floor, our first deployment was a couple of petabytes and we see major opportunity for continued progress. And so we are seeing these over and over again.
We are seeing the large incumbents who are decreasing on a year-over-year basis in revenue and are discounting on pricing aggressively in the market. In spite of that, our advantages and the efficiency of our architecture has actually allowed us to maintain our margins at a very strong level. Looking ahead in terms of where is it going from here, we don’t see anything changing
Sentiment: Strong Buy