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  • bbkingagain bbkingagain May 14, 2012 5:30 PM Flag

    Acquisitions?

    Here's a thought on lvwd that I had not previously considered (in a long time).

    Could lvwd become an acquirer of others - is this out of the realm of possible?

    Perhaps small boutique type ops that could enhance their own operations or add services or scale to their present menu.

    Pie in the sky? Am i actually becoming optimistic? I have this notion things are finally going lvwd's way.

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    • Hi guys,

      I share your enthusiasm as well. I(t has been quite a long haul and perhaps this year will continue to show growth top and bottom.

      They continue to hire which is positive, a lot of press on social media and related ad budgets of large corporates and FB going public.

      At some point I predict LVWD will get on the radar screens of some of the hedge funds. The low float is problematic in terms of large concentration of shares by anyone going forward. Do I think a buyout is possible yes but would hope it is two years down the road. I can't imagine them selling out at these levels or even $1.00. COULD they get to $5.00 per share possible given their present financial structure. This would be a market cap at 250 million fully diluted. Outrageous no!

      As for a secondary I am neutral to negative on this and again at under a $1.00 would make no sense at all.

      I am hoping the company continues to grow and they land more large accounts. The FB lift due to pages puts them on corporate radar screens and given the size of some of their present corporate clients it could accelerate opportunities.

      I am speculating but given the continued hiring am reading that the company is real serious about growth

      Anticipating another good quarter and more importantly guidance with higher numbers.

      Michael

    • Hi guys,

      I share your enthusiasm as well. It has been quite a long haul and perhaps this year will continue to show growth top and bottom.

      They continue to hire which is positive, a lot of press on social media and related ad budgets of large corporates and FB going public.

      At some point I predict LVWD will get on the radar screens of some of the hedge funds. The low float is problematic in terms of large concentration of shares by anyone going forward. Do I think a buyout is possible yes but would hope it is two years down the road. I can't imagine them selling out at these levels or even $1.00. COULD they be worth $5 per share given their current financial structure, growth of social media and related ad budgets absolutely.

      As for a secondary I am neutral to negative on this and again at under a $1.00 would make no sense at all.

      I am hoping the company continues to grow and they land more large accounts. The FB lift due to pages puts them on corporate radar screens and given the size of some of their present corporate clients it could accelerate opportunities.

      I am speculating but given the continued hiring am reading that the company is real serious about growth

      Anticipating another good quarter and more importantly guidance with higher numbers.

      Michael

    • ah, the pleasure of simple things, positive cash flow.

    • True. I think of acquirers as either confident, flush, or desparate so in a way, maybe no activity hasn't been bad because only the last description has fit over the past 5-10 years.

      If they have a little revenue surprise in the first Q we could see cash building up - WOW. I enjoy even the thought of it! :)

    • not going to hold my breath but if stock/cash shows steady growth they would be stupid not to make some acq's but then management would have to work real hard. wouldn't it be nice to know what their 5 year plan is?

 
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