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  • seetheworldsfuture seetheworldsfuture Dec 4, 2013 4:16 AM Flag

    I CANT WAIT, COME-ON FCC

    MAN WE ARE GETTING CLOSE AND BAM TO THE MOON

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    • see,

      Low Earth Orbit is more likely. That is still above the stratosphere!

      We are probably looking at a low 20s stock three to five years out.

      Enjoy the ride!

      LNP

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 1 Reply to lakenonapatriot
      • ambi_kanthasamy@hotmail.com ambi_kanthasamy Dec 4, 2013 10:06 AM Flag

        Just curious...instead of the wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon,would it be more reasonable to look at cell tower organizations like AMT and CCI as benchmarks for valuation of GSAT stock? Both of them have risen drastically in the past decade with advancements in technology and a greater need for wireless data. Trading currently in the mid $70s range, I believe GSAT will have a similar trajectory. People look at this as "disruptive technology" similar to the dvd and Blu-ray's impact on the VCR and VHS, satellite tech will replace towers moving forward. I don't believe cell towers will ever become obsolete but 2 decades from now who knows that might be a reality. By then I would expect GSAT to be a dominant player in the wireless and LTE space....for now we're in good shape. The next decade will belong to GSAT! Short term (2-3 years) pps around $20-$30 threshold. Longer term(10-12 years) pps around $70-$80. Again similar trajectory to AMT and CCI.

        P.s. First time post. But long time reader. You guys as great! Keep up the amazing work.

        Ambi

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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