Map: Stoney might be looking for another site that employs the Translational Pharmaceutics platform...
For the record...I didn't thumb you down, mfm....your POV is as good as mine...people play differently...
I'm kinda fast and loose when I see a good play...lol
Envivio (ENVI) is up 29% today to $3.60 after reporting stronger than expected 2Q results. ENVI is now trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38 despite the company just reporting its 6th consecutive quarterly net loss. Concurrent (CCUR) is an extremely similar multi-screen video delivery company with many of the same clients as ENVI, but CCUR just reported its 6th consecutive quarterly net profit - and CCUR is currently trading with an enterprise value/revenue ratio of only 0.64! CCUR deserves a higher multiple than ENVI and will quickly rise to ENVI's enterprise value/revenue ratio of 1.38, which will value CCUR at $13.77 up 75% from its current price of $7.86!
CCUR will file its 10-K any day now, and CCUR will report record annual free cash flow of approximately $6.212 million. ENVI currently has negative free cash flow of approximately ($20 million). CCUR's EPS has been ramping up on a quarter-to-quarter basis from $0.02, to $0.04, to $0.08, to $0.11, and to $0.26. CCUR's EPS last quarter was up 1,200% year-over-year! CCUR just doubled its annual dividend to $0.48 per share for an industry leading yield of 6.1%! If you own CCUR at the close of trading on Wednesday Sept 11th you will receive a $0.12 per share cash dividend.
CCUR from Sept 13th-17th will be publicly demonstrating for the first time ever its PATENTED breakthrough cloud-based Network DVR solution that will allow its pay-TV operator clients to provide DVR services over the cloud without giving their customers DVR boxes. Consumers will be able to record unlimited TV shows simultaneously with infinite storage space and have the ability to playback recorded DVR content on any tablet, smartphone, Smart TV, or other Internet connected device! CCUR will reach double digits next week!
CCUR is the company that pioneered the video on demand (VOD) technology we all use today, but nobody is aware of the stock - even though CCUR's VOD technology is now in 50 MILLION homes globally!
Alfred Mann is lost in the weeds! I don't care if you have built the best widget in the world. If nobody knows they can't buy it! Face the fact Alfred Mann has diluted mankind for no reason apparently. He tripled the dilution and kept afrezza a secret. Like a mushroom unattended will die in the dark as mankind. At this point he has pro used worthless stock options to a product never coming to market.
I am back again as I confused JAZZ with AZZ.
This is not a day trader stock, it has good long-term potential. When you are trading fast, the mistake of JAZZ occurred. After I realized my mistake I got back again today.
I also own AZZ stock.
Sorry for my mistake.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
6.7L Cummins is stopgap measure until Navistar's own mid-range diesels are fitted with SCR. Navistar has been installing SCR 6.7L Cummins in 'Blue Diamond' trucks for Ford, hardware existed to install engine in Durastar (same chassis as Blue Diamond). Quick move to buy time......
Windows RT No Longer Needed, According To Lenovo Exec By Daniel Perez on 09/05/2013 \
According To Lenovo Exec [IFA 2013] A number of OEMs have decided against creating products that run on Windows RT, with ASUS being the latest company to officially drop the stripped-down operating system. It looks like they’ll soon be in good company as Lenovo also shares the same feelings as ASUS’ chairman Jonney Shih does about Windows RT. During the Q&A session of Lenovo’s press conference at IFA today,
Australian marketing chief Nick Reynolds responded to questions regarding Microsoft’s Windows RT, which he said Intel’s Haswell chip has made choosing a product that either has long battery life or good performance a thing of the past. As a result, users are able to run a full Windows 8 experience and still be able to use their device for a full day on a single charge, which makes having a low-powered version of the software obsolete. If you recall, Lenovo ceased sales of its Yoga 11, which ran on Windows RT, just this past July. Judging by that move alone, it would seem Lenovo has been thinking negatively about Windows RT for some time now, and IFA just served as their opportunity to speak out against it. Lenovo does make a valid point, and we’re sure it’s an opinion a number of other OEMs will eventually share.