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Minorplanet Systems USA, (MNPQC) Message Board

  • tony876 tony876 Feb 8, 2000 5:46 PM Flag


    In at 3 3/8, Out at 10 1/8 in two months.

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    • The higher it flies the greater the shorting
      opportunity. Because, in the end-game it's still a $1 stock.
      Float level doesn't change the company fundamentals.

      Of course I wouldn't extend my short position at $5
      if there is an opportunity it could continue to
      climb in the near term. More money to be made if it
      goes higher. I already covered 1/3 of my position @$6
      and 1/3 @$4 after selling short @$8.13. I will
      re-extend my short position back out again if the price
      continues to move up a few more bucks and starts to
      stagnate again. Been there, done that once

      It's a wait and see for now. Looks like there still
      may be a lot of money left to be made playing this
      stock ahead of the restructuring.

    • I subscribe to CUTTING EDGE magazine,its an
      excellent publication and I have made some big bucks on
      their reccommendations.
      they have now come out on
      the hotline with HWYM an aggressive buy under
      This stock is way,way undervalued....forget this
      guy/gal brakemybones,when we reach 9 or over he/she will
      be gone......
      The float is so small we could pop
      5 or 6 bucks in a short time with any form of good
      Im buying again on Monday.

    • if your soooo confident why don't you short at $5.00. Man, if you buy 30 or 40k maybe you could charter a plane and go watch picabo ski.

    • Been here, done it before already.

      The end-game is the same.

      It's a $1 stock. If it hits $8, I'll increase my short position back up again.

    • we are now on our way....steady climb with a partial selloff in the last hour.
      Iwatch shows institutional 20k buys,quite a few.

      brakeyourbones.....where are you

    • I wonder outloud if this new uptrend has anything to do with the SBC/BLS announcement?

    • Let the spring cleaning begin, sweep out all the
      All we need is one good piece of news, and we
      should stay well above $5. I still say for a company
      with a 100 million in sales, $5 bucks is darn cheap.

    • SBC does not own Network Alliance Solutions. They
      are just an investor. And, even more importantly,
      they do not own the cellular networks in these new
      territories, so there is less motivation for SBC to try to
      drive them to use the HighwayMaster system. Plus they
      would be at the mercy of competitors intentionally
      screwing up their service communications by doing so.

      There are many other field service systems available on
      the market. Most use handheld computers and can be
      used for transmitting and viewing job documents, which
      is not where HighwayMaster is at today. Don't now if
      Network Alliance has already invested in one or not, or
      if HighwayMaster would be the right solution for
      their specific operation.

      But, keep your
      fingers crossed that something materializes. There's a

    • I apologize. I just read the article. I
      misunderstood what you were getting at.

      Their new
      partner will need service trucks to service customers in
      those new territories. If SBC convinces them to use
      HighwayMaster technology for those service trucks, it will be a
      big boon.

    • sbc, is now covering apx. 13 states, they plan on
      expanding from california to connecticut, plus mexico, all
      within the next 12 to 18 months. I kkep saying this is
      just the tip of the iceberg. Expansion,

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