TeleCommunication Systems has the Lowest Price to Sales Ratio in the Systems Software Industry (TSYS, FALC, WBSN)
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Below are the three companies in the Systems Software industry with the lowest price to sales per share ratios. Often companies with the lowest ratio present the greatest value to investors.TeleCommunication Systems (NASDAQ:TSYS) is lowest with a price to sales ratio of 0.31. TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. develops network applications that enable the delivery of Internet content, short messages, and enhanced data communication services to a variety of wireless devices. The Company's wireless Internet gateway enables wireless carriers and enterprises to provide customers and employees with real-time, wireless access to Internet content and e-mail.
***There is potential upside of 54.4% for shares of TeleCommunication Systems based on a current price of $2.59 and an average consensus analyst price target of $4.00.
Then if x=y why isn't at x? Throw all that stuff out the window in the garbage can. Edison swore up and down that D.C. current would light up the world. Nicola Tesla made Edison look like a 2 bit chump. And Tesla worked in NJ with Edison, who screwed Tesla on another invention of Tesla's out of dough. Tesla left and dug ditches in Boston. Then Tesla came back and is _the FATHER OF ELECTRICITY!
Ohh, yeah your car has an Edison invention, the battery. Try lighting up your house with that! JPMorgan bet the farm on Edison, he lost. Therefore x does not = y, cause ...? Cause it doesn't, it's all for public consumption.
There is a huge gap around 1.75-1.80.....x=x, a fact. That gap is too large for this stock, for most any in fact.
Here's the corrected "X" factor??? in your odd ranting and rambling on equation...
Tesla died unknown, penny-less and insane. Couldn't sell his good ideas very well.
Edison was and is famous and was not penny-less. Knew how to market and combine patents and ideas.
Ben Franklin is actually the traditional father of electricity - Please don't rewrite history... that's what Marxists do.
TSYS 's modus operandi is akin to combining the best ideas of Tesla and Edison.
It's innovative technological applications, new patents demand and targeted marketing is increasing as witnessed by higher sales via Gov't. Contracts and civilian-commercial markets.
Wait for the improving numbers of the Dec. 2012 final qtr. and also for the dollar amount share of their billion$ Gov't. contracts.
There's no denial...This stock is rising and will continue soon.