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  • flyingfishroe flyingfishroe Jan 18, 2008 2:37 PM Flag

    total O/S 99 million

    I was almost going to be tired of leaving my SOEN sign on other message boards.So,I am relieved by seeing this white board.
    Now, it is nice to see your dreams over SOEN,but things are not always kind for us. My main concern is when the second line will start to produce. It supposed be already running by now,in the original plan.
    I know this is a young company which needs every thing including good finance back up,but plan is plan,they should achieve at least this kind short term plan.
    By the way,I had called their PR asking about the second line, but the operator made me to leave the message on the answering machine and I have not heard anything since then.They may be,should be, too busy to make money for us, but certainly it is not nice.
    Has anyone tried to contact them and how was it?

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    • we must agree that SOEN's investors relation is not that good. Their California admin office has only 4 emplyees, rest 260 employees in China. That could be the reason they outsourced the IR to another company. Once I called,but that guy is not enough knowledgable. I think they should hire an IR office asap.

      I know this is a young company, will take some time. Actually I am not much concern about the IR, SOEN should post strong Q1, Q2 with gross profit if possible then operating profit and should generate positive cash flow. That's all we need. Patience pays. I hope by Q2 (ends March 08) we should see SOEN at $3.00+

 
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