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  • srexaminer570 srexaminer570 Dec 3, 2005 4:26 AM Flag

    Invest in Drive-In theatres

     

    The movement in this stock caught my attention. Checking it out for a possible investment. Lets see, another pipe dream company that is losing its ass year after year. The only run it has had since IPO was speculation momentum in a year that the company is losing money at about twice the tangible net equity of the shareholders. Lets see, there is more than $15mm in goodwill & intangible assets on the book. Another $18.7mm in debt. In fact, after accounting adjustments, there are negative tangible assets which means the shareholders have no equity after the bills get paid. Looks like one of those companies all the insiders abandon when they figure out how to get things right so they can start their own company. Meanwhile, this one declares bankrupcy. You know, like K-Mart did. Something to think about. Wake up, this stock has got to be in the bottom 1% of all the opportunities on Wall Street. Good luck. I pass. But at least you know what other people think when they check things out. Under $5 in 12 months. I'll come back to check it out in one year. Give it 2-3 years and it won't be around anymore. The balance sheet will show you the obvious. Let mgm't performance so far be your guide. If AIX is around, it is only due to borrowing and the issuance of more shares as collateral. Your interest in this company will continually erode due to share dilution and negative earnings. Might as well invest in Drive-In theatres.

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    • SRE, you better do your homework again:

      "Another $18.7mm in debt"

      Umm..wrong - AIX has 2M in debt (they just paid it all off

      "Lets see, there is more than $15mm in goodwill"

      Given the numerous acquisitions...this is not to be expected?

      "Looks like one of those companies all the insiders abandon when they figure out how to get things right so they can start their own company."

      Umm..WTF are talking about! These guys worked together at Clearview, built it, took it public, and sold it to Cablvision for like 3x the IPO price. Let's see if they can do it again..shall we?

      "Meanwhile, this one declares bankrupcy. You know, like K-Mart did."

      Wow..you are a damn moron because this company is just like K-mart (a brick and mortar company with tons of debt and running a business during an economic downturn).

      "Give it 2-3 years and it won't be around anymore. "

      Only because they will be boughtout.

      IN YOUR 35 YEARS OF INVESTING..YOU HAVE LEARNED NOTHING!

      Oh...and P.S. - Russ Wintner owns a drive-in....HA SRX, maybe you are right afterall you dumb SOB!!

    • why??? did dis,sony,uni,wb signed with them...why did the largest maker digi screen partner up with them why is techno shitting in there pants or looking to buy them why jhancock invest all that money at 9.50 in aix why...why wannbe why is bear the investment advr..why why...wannbe ib..why??????? look i own for clients and myself little over 650k of aix 4.25 to as high as 12.98..cost avg..10.23 i wont sell till 24-28..

    • The movement in this stock caught my attention. Checking it out for a possible investment
      Your interest in this company will continually erode due to share dilution and negative earnings. Might as well invest in Drive-In theatres. ...wow so you don't ass from your mouth...first you are looking to buy..next you want sell before you buy...huh..duh wooohuh...look at siri or xmsr 2yrs ago wannbe investment banker

    • Strange how you would spend soooo much time to post on a board for a stock in which you have no interest.

      I wonder why? Upside down in the short?

    • >>"Your interest in this company will continually erode due to share dilution"<<

      You couldn't have done too much research - the CEO explicitly said they won't sell any more shares.

      Also, if the company has such limited prospects, why do all the major motion picture companies continue to sign agreements to distribute content through AIX technologies?

      The digital cinema switch will save the movie industry over a billion dollars a year - and, don't fool yourself, AIX will (eventually) reap benefits from this.

      My only complaint is that there are no options available for AIX... I'd sell my soul for a couple hundred two year LEAPs...

 

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