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Logitech International SA Message Board

  • beatstockpromotersdotcom13 beatstockpromotersdotcom13 Jan 23, 2014 1:43 PM Flag

    A dog with flees that just got a flee bath?

    Logitech is like all the other fallen tech companies like NOK, AMD, MSFT. They are all dogs and probably won't ever amount to much because they are mature companies. None the less the volume in this on LOGI was real tradable today.

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    • oh, you shorts are getting more subtle with your posts. real tradable today? bs. the shorts are trapped and in trouble. what happens if it rises to 18 or 20 over the coming days? what can you do but cover? the stock chart tells traders to fuel a furt\her run-up to fill that gap. the probability of that is very high. logi is no nok, msft or amd. they have their own challenges, but are in a very different spot than those companies.

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      • Shorts are in trouble.... I got up at 5:30 am (here) to listen to the conferense call today ... I think u can get a replay from their web site ..... cfo does 80% of the speaking ... anyways someone asks what new products they are working on? he responds, " we keep that close to our vests, but history may be a good indication" ... analysts do not get it... they have become fast rapid and innovative.... they must have a pipline of new products... and further indicating this, they were first to market in a couple key new areas recently, the air phone space and the new mobile phone mini gaming consul ... being fast and first to market is a key they have prepared the company for (not easy) with new products that will be coming out...

 
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