what exactly is the relationship between net tangible assets in a firm heavy in intellectual property to the value of a firm? just askin.
Lets put it this way. Suppose you write a piece of software allowing you to make ten million a year trading the markets. Now someone buys your company and its software for 30 million dollars. this firm now has about 30 million in intangible assets. Do I understand we should disregard the value of the intangible assets on the balance sheet of the acquiring firm after the purchase to establish the value of the firm?
I made no expression of what I thought the company was worth .... just passing on some data, buried in the prospectus and making a point about "dilution" of existing shareholders.
intangible assets are wonderful. Tangible cash from actual significant product sales ... much better :-)
I've been burned by too many "story stocks," so pardon me if I do a tiny jump for joy instead of a big leap. Even all the hiring is good news, but on the other hand many a company has been sunk from spending too much money that's just bound to come any minute now too soon. My goodness, even Google gets slammed from time to time over hiring too many people.
Just really looking forward to some sustained sales! A couple of million doesn't go as far as it used to :-)