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  • mgm2020 mgm2020 Jan 14, 2013 10:29 AM Flag

    Again, I say DON'T DROP YOUR ASKING PRICE!!!

    If you're that desperate to sell your 200 or 300 shares then this is the wrong stock for you--or any stock for that matter. The buyers will bring up the bid if you hold firm. Keep the ask up! Of course, if the stock drops back down under $7.75, then that's another great trading opportunity. Hmmmm. Keep the ask up!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Verifone launch today:
      "VeriFone's latest version of PAYware Mobile for iPhone 5 and the new iPod touch is a multifunction solution incorporating mag-stripe, NFC and EMV acceptance, with an integrated PIN pad, as well as a 2D barcode imager."
      Sounds alot like Digipass from Vasco and validates 2 factor security for US smb point of sale mkt. Verifone has 80% SOM here..I really like the EMV adoption.
      You just know that the upcoming March Vasco US Roadshow will be pumping the DigiPass cloud-based security architecture for this space..

      Sentiment: Buy

    • MGM, it's looking good today. I noticed that when market specialist whacks the opening price with a mkt-opening sell 4k block (8.05- 7.98), the price goes up the rest of the day. They then come in right at close and buy double whatever ask price there is at last trade of day. Institutions do this to get back in but we need some volume here.
      BTW, how did you structure/ time your sell block last Fri? I noticed that the ask was 8.11 and two 2k sell blocks came in closing at 8.05. It seems to me, due to low volume, this is the only way to sell some shares

      Sentiment: Buy

 
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