r its investors
via PR. It appears to me that CUST has been
blindsided by the consortium and the ECML announcement. IF
not they surely would have had an announcement of
their own to go along with the recent ones we've
Like I said earlier, to win at this game CUST not only
had to be first, but they had to be the best. NOW,
even if their product is superior to that of SUNW and
Microsoft they will likely not get the acceptance they need
to make any significant impact...
believe we are still waiting for any type of details from
CUST... Way too many questions left
After reading all these great posts, I took my
entire IRA and my 1999 contribution and SHORTED CUST. I
am short at 34 1/2 for 225 shares. This will be the
easiest money I have ever made. This shortening of stocks
is sooooo easy. GO CUST = GO BUST.....
You're not missing anything. These issues and
others have been pointed out before on the board (but
its nice to have someone do some research and restate
it for the newbies). I've quoted before a $20 price
pre-launch (going down after - buy on the rumors, sell on
the news) and it looks like we're going to see that.
The longs on this board are the most pathetic bunch
of dreamers I've ever seen on an investment board
and I liken their cheerleading and dreams of
$650/share to someone buying a lottery ticket. The lottery -
it's a tax for the stupid.
What is funny about the fishing lure industry is
that science has proven that most fish can see only a
very limited range of colors. Lure companies however
use outrageous color schemes to appeal to fishermen.
That method seems to have worked with investors here.
I doubt it will work with industry professionals.
I wonder if Joseph Charles covered the Banjo
Minnow story. If they did, they would have suggested
that if the BM captured 1% of the market for fishing
lures (like Cotton Cordell, Rapala, or Rebel -all
established companies working on fishing lures for several
years) they would have the same market valuation.