Matts, I actually spoke with the guy. He didn't really know much more than us. Nice guy and seems to firmly believe that there will be no buyout. He says all the money people like Carlos and for the big money managers, this is such a small holding for them that they don't want to be activists or upset the status quo.
What do you mean by entirely different situation? TIA
Nope - I am 1 pt underwater. I have traded HTZ many times over the past few months between 20 and 24, no issues here, very far in the green.
I also don't really hold positions for very long. My comfort zone is for a few days to a week or so. So I would not be able to really to say when is a good time to stake a position. You would probably want to watching the monthly and quarterly charts for that
"You know what? I don't right no. I've got people looking into it. But, right now, I'm in a hurry. I've
got a golf game with some of my Panther friends from my Chicago days. I'm running late. Gotta go!"
Digitimes Research: Smartphone AP shipments in China to grow over 17% sequentially in 2Q15
Eric Lin, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Monday 27 April 2015]
Shipments of smartphone-use application processors in China are expected to reach 122 million units in the second quarter of 2015, up 17.6% sequentially and 18.4% on year, according to Digitimes Research.
Among the top-three AP suppliers in China, MediaTek, which saw its market share slide to 46.8% in the first quarter of 2015 due to competition from Spreadtrum Communications in the 3G segment, is expected to ramp up its share to 48.4% in the second quarter, buoyed by rising shipments of LTE and 3G products, said Digitimes Research.
Although Qualcomm will see its AP shipments to China continue to increase in the second quarter, its share will decline to 21.3% in the quarter, from 23.6% a quarter earlier as the pace of its product updates was not as fast as that of MediaTek's.
Spreadtrum managed to ramp up its share to 17.4% in the first quarter but is expected to see its share slip to 15.2% in the second quarter as shipments of its WCDMA solutions will be affected by the offerings from MediaTek.
In terms of AP architecture, ARM's Cortex-A53 CPUs accountedfor 36.1% of total smartphone APs shipped in the China market in the first quarter, with the ratio likely to climb to 43.1% in the second quarter, Digitimes Research estimated.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
2016 estimates???Really?Nobody can figure out oil prices from day to day so 2016 estimates are pointless......apparently making money is pointless as well......set records and watch the price churn......LOL...same story..fake markets for fake countries.