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Silver Spring Networks, Inc. Message Board

  • clubshop1 clubshop1 Jan 16, 2014 7:17 PM Flag

    im still in

    my tail between my legs but we are at the first pitch in the first inning . im buying more

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    • I don't see any reason to sell. Long term things are brighter than ever. Huge and growing backlog along with new initiatives coming up - this will be a big winner with some patience. I'm amazed at the selloff - can't see that they are fundamentally off the track at all. These quarterly "misses" usually are a great gift to a patient investor and this is no different. I'm holding it for 2-3 years when it could be a $50 stock.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Stringy details about the two huge deals that didn't make the quarter. Said they were tendered but no contract yet, they feel good about them though. They say these deals should add to a much more profitable year, by the end of 2014. If these two deals are supposed to be moved to Q1 of this year, why won't they be profitable until the end of the year. One of the deals the customer told them not to announce it. Mmm okay. A lot of fancy talk but you really had to read his mind to figure out what in the hell he was really trying to say. Not very forthcoming about details, a lot of murky statements glib salestalk and generalities, you read it and tell me what you think. I'm extremely disappointed everybody talked this stock up, just everybody. Not sure whether to keep what I have or dump it. It did go up from the bottom somewhat, it could rebound but how long will that take? I just bought in today believe it or not, saw it move up and well now I'm in the dumps. I hope the market holds up at this point.

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