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Heartland Payment Systems, Inc. Message Board

  • notalentassclown73 notalentassclown73 Jul 23, 2006 11:09 PM Flag


    OK, posting 38 messages in a row seems a bit obsessive. I have talked to current reps and former reps, so don't try to pass that one on me. I am only trying to discuss the merits of the company, yet NO ONE, not even the reps who post say much of substance. All the shorts say is the company sucks, and the reps only say it is great and FDC sucks. No one discusses the fact that the company capitalizes bonuses or has huge amounts of residuals commissions on the books. Also, there are lots of insiders holding the stock that may very well sell soon, especially holders with PEP stock that will qualify for long term capital gains soon. That being said, the move to the Passport system for processing should greatly improve margins, and improve cash flow. If the company can continually increase cash flow, improve margins, and maintain a low level of attrition, then it is attractive in the low 20s. Right now, it is barely holding the 200 day MA, which looks to be a very important technical point. Now does anyone have anything intelligent to say or are you all going to go back to waving your manhood about..?

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    • Not obsessive. First time on the message board and nothing else to do on a Sunday. Look I have worked in this industry for 12 years now, 4 at HPS. And I can honestly say that HPS blows awy any company I have ever come across. This company truely cares about its employees and the clients. There are alot of dirtballs in this industry and HPS is leading the way on cleaning it up. I can't talk in regard to the technical aspects of the stock but I can tell you this company is going to the top in the industry. Not to mention we have a Payroll product to supplement our Credit Card Processing. Our Payroll is taking on ADP and Paychex and we are winning. I see no reason that our stock will not continue to rise.

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