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Entropic Communications, Inc. (ENTR) Message Board

  • logik_prevails logik_prevails Jul 30, 2013 12:37 PM Flag

    I EXPECT NOTHING! from this lame dog of a company.

    I have been trained well...

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    • You are quite likely right. MoCA is over, now that BRCM is on-board and the STB business has been an epic fail for the last three companies that tried it. Look at the history.

    • And what short hedge fund is paying you to post here? We all know the management and investor relations have been deplorable. Mistakes have been made in the past and the big funds voted with their feet and ran. What's done is done. Now it's all about the future and what management has learned from their mistakes. I believe management has learned that Wall Street wants to see performance before they trust them again. The analysts will come back, but not until management puts up some attractive numbers and guidance. Remember FACEBOOK! They put up the numbers and the stock has more than doubled from the low. This gig isn't over, far from it! It's going to take patience, which most investors these days don't have.

      Sentiment: Hold

      • 1 Reply to dbrewerm
      • Yep, this is not a quick fix. Trust needs to restored. Numbers need to be hit and confirmed in consecutive quarters with the necessary guidance before this goes anywhere. I think eventually all these things will happened just not this quarter or next. ENTR does have a very good balance sheet which should give them time to get this sorted out. This stock is not for the faint of heart but may offer good upside for speculative accounts with a 2 year time frame. IMO

        Sentiment: Hold

 
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