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  • elitecrete1 elitecrete1 Sep 17, 2007 12:11 PM Flag

    May 01, 2007 Merriman "buy" rating

    Does anyone happen to have the research report from this? MT is presenting at 8:30AM EST tomorrow. You have to wonder how many will attend at that hour?

    http://www.merrimanco.com/home/conferences/index_summit2007.php

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    Aware initiated with "buy"

    Tuesday, May 01, 2007 11:54:35 AM ET
    Merriman Curhan Ford & Co

    NEW YORK, May 1 (newratings.com) - Analysts at Merriman Curhan Ford initiate coverage of Aware Inc (AWRE.NAS) with a "buy" rating.

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    • Can't help with the report. But I do think MT has his work cut out for him tomorrow. Given the May 1 recommendation, Aware has since then come out with two lousy quarterly reports. Both had strong Biometrics and DSL T&D sales but Royalties and Contract Revenues have been way below expectations. And the stock has been in the toilet.

      Merriman made their recommendation just under 6$/share, so a 30% hahircut for their clients is likely a sore sticking point. They did reiterate their recommendation after the Q2 disappointment. I do hope they make the boy squirm.

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      • Begins at 11:30 AM EST so we'll see if it creates a stir by mid-day tomorrow. Nice to see a pretty constant bid all day today, although it was small and we know many days there is nothing.

        We have more inclination than usual about revenue sources this Quarter. That should bode well for a nice build-up to earnings. One of these quarters, they'll even deliver some goods and we'll see a post-pop. I can't remember the last time that happened.

 
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