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  • be_accurate be_accurate Jan 18, 2013 12:54 PM Flag

    Tight Trading Range

    Bid to ask spread now only 1 cent. This is like a coiled up spring just waiting to release its potential energy. Could be any day now. This is an official tsunami alert.

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    • Good to see no vacuous vegetable has posted details of any share purchases. When this thing explodes like Krakatoa, they will be smothered by its molten lava while those of us with shares enjoy the inevitable price explosion.

      Annual results and official Q4 results due in just two to three weeks time. The clock is counting down to the inevitable tsunami.

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      • And then, following the annual and Q4 results in early February, will be the Mobile World Congress from February 25 - 28 in Barcelona.

        I'm still acquiring more shares in the run up to these major events where it is inevitable major news will be released. Who is the chip manufacturer? Qualcomm? Intel? Broadcom? TI? Nvidia? ST-Ericsson?

        Whoever it is, more deals will certainly follow.

        How much revenue can be generated from the innovative new revenue sharing business models?

        Sprint will continue to roll out Netwise Director and MiTile will start to roll out once Sprint launches their Window 8 devices. The combination of Avatars and Visual Voicemail will be a compelling proposition for the younger market.

        T-Mobile will continue roll out Quciklink Zero and MiTile.

        The business is picking up strongly and a return to profitibility is not far away.

        What a year this is going to be.

 
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