Yeah if samsung is king of smartphones then why is there no lines for their new phones and they dont even do pre orders because there is no need for it!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Made it clear in his presentation the 2015 guidance did to include any acquisitions only income from the 3 producing plants.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
there is no SEC investigation. shorters were just trying to push the price down. buy the dip and hold. if people stop listening to shorters, prices could go back up to 8 or 9
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- APT MotoVox Group, Inc. (OTC BB: MTVX) today announced the acquisition of MotoPed, which debuted last December in a breakaway Kickstarter campaign that quickly went viral. The MotoPed design (soon available in Beach Cruiser, Downhill, and Black Ops Survival bike models) is a radical new mash-up fusing the unique combination of a downhill mountain bike, a motocross motorcycle, and a moped. The MotoPed utilizes a patented jackshaft pedal drive system and various lightweight low-displacement engine packages in order to yield a 115 pound "Frankenbike" of sorts that gets up to 160 miles per gallon as a commuter, while letting its riders slam a back-country trail on the way home.
"While working on a similar design to the MotoPed we were introduced to the creators," said Wayne Patterson, CEO of APT MotoVox Group. "Due to the design, speed to market, a new product category and the value of the growing momentum, MotoPeds became an obvious target for acquisition. The fact that our patented SmartCarb technology will push this product into a nearly 200 mile per gallon ultra low emission commuters dream, made for an even easier decision. Looking at the expanding commuter and light transportation markets, we found a tremendous opportunity to deliver next-generation hybrids that offer incredible styling, heretofore unheard of flexibility, are green, and economical to operate and maintain. Our new designs will open new market opportunities such as the military, retail, and municipalities," said Mr. Patterson
Chuck Carothers, a principal of MotoPeds and an X Games Gold Medalist and ESPY Award nominee, shared equal enthusiasm. "The acquisition by APT MotoVox was timely because MotoPeds had become a victim of its own success; we simply couldn't scale to keep up with the demand. Their team of production and sourcing engineers removed the supply chain bottlenecks, enabling MotoPeds to greatly improve production lead-times and delivery schedules. In addition, Motopeds will gain immediate distribution through APT MotoVox's US and International dealer and retailer network," said Mr. Carothers.
The Company anticipates new revenues from MotoPed sales to approach $1MM through the end of 2014, followed by an explosive 2015 where sales could exceed $5MM.
The Company will continue to update shareholders, investors, and the riding community with additional developments on products, orders, and special events related to MotoPeds. The company is preparing for a full rebrand, including product updates and redesigns to be unveiled in Q4.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Out of 301762 total volume, 113844 was accounted for by short sales. 38%
Even if all short sales were covered intraday (I doubt that this time), that would mean 75,000 was accounted for by true long transactions. Given what I have seen over the past month, that would be the most for quite a while. I think some buyer waded in in early drove the price up resulting in a mini-squeeze of those with short positions. When it topped, I think the shorts resumed shorting and found resistance at just above $1.
Hopefully, some of them will soon get caught with their pants down.
companies don't charge you anything for owning their stock.... nor would it make any sense for them to do so. in fact, it would be insane.
Walmart and Meijer see how the stores became homogenized sterile plain grocery stores. Now that is something they can compete with and this was a huge incentive to come to Milwaukee. When the major competitor just rolls over for you, why not take advantage?
800k volume today
What's that about? I posted a while back about how volume has been higher lately, but this is downright strange. Looks like maybe some institutions are increasing their positions
Point well taken but much if it wasn't even about Exact Sciences, rather the Colosure test that detects methylation of the vimentin gene "developed by the Laboratory Corporation of America (LabCorp), which required licensing intellectual property from Exact Sciences Corporation." It was a complete bust.
Claims to own property in foreign counties. Nevermind that expats generally have their housing paid for by the companies and foreign ownership in most foreign countries can be difficult if you don't have a high net worth (does Jim's/Marc's 200k house in Houston make you think that?).
Notwithstanding Pershing Square and Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc.'s (“Valeant”) efforts to change the subject, Allergan recognizes that what actually matters is value, and that's what the Company is focusing on delivering to stockholders.
This morning I sent Geert and Tamara (the ir person at rxi) an email. I asked them, essentially, two things: 1. Was the relatively small visual difference in placebo and rxi-109 effects on hypertrophic scars after one month expected? 2. Were the results positive and useful? Here is their joint reply which I received within two hours:
"Your observation is correct that 1 month is early time and that differences were expected to be fairly small since healing of surgical wounds takes some time...As mentioned multiple times in past presentations, we are using this protocol (RXI-109-1301) to learn about the way we need to apply this product in our target population (existing hypertrophic scars) and that our adaptive protocol design should be able to give us such information fast and relatively inexpensively. This is actually exactly what happened from this early read. We have been able to determine that best results with RXI-109 are likely to be obtained when it is started a few weeks after scar revision surgery. Because of this, we are actually pleased with the results since early on they offer us valuable learning for further fine-tuning the way this important product should be used"
This post is courtesy of CAPX from IV Board.
Here is a prompt response from Investor relations a few days ago. My question was why the volume was anemic after the Gateway conf and is there interest. FWIW.
With a full day of one-on-one meetings for Jeff Hawthorne at UniPixel, there is no doubt in my mind that the Gateway Conference generated interest. That said, meeting with management is just one step in a portfolio managers due diligence (For example, followed top down analysis with bottom up research depending on equity investment approach). So, initial volume around the conference is not a perfect correlation of the amount of interest generated at the conference.
As Jeff Hawthorne commented on August 7, 2014, UniPixel is making yield progress on a weekly basis, and at this stage of the game, he does not see any major showstoppers. He also commented that he thinks production revenue in the fourth quarter timeframe.
Sentiment: Strong Buy