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  • brainboy262 brainboy262 Apr 22, 2014 10:45 AM Flag

    You Idiots.....Anybody Can Make a Wireless Sensor

    Warren Buffet says only buy companies with a moat.......every chinese, vietnamese, koreanese, tawianese, sudanese, botswannaese, zimbabweanese, bananaese, bolivianese, figiese, dumbphukese, afghanese, russianese, phrenchese, germanese, and every other 2 bit electronic manufacturer you can think of will do produce these gadgets for PENNIES.......granted .....everything will be connected and billions of these sensors will be needed but that doesn't mean some backwater canadian company will be in the race. canadians are very canadian companies are first at anything.......canada wouldn't even exist if it weren't for big dog USA living in the same neighborhood

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    • Yep your right AND it proves that two inbred people can make a MORON like you

      Sentiment: Buy

    • You must be going for some kind of record when it comes to slandering the Canadians or in making false/misleading statements. The other day you said "these Canadian companies always underperform" but I can think of at least a dozen or so which have substantially outperformed the major US equity indexes, including the S&P 500, NASDAQ Comp and DJIA. For example, Catamaran, ticker CTRX (started in Can but now has HQ in US), has been outperforming since 2008; Suncor Energy, SU, since 2000; Barrick Gold, ABX, since 1986; Potash Corp, POT, since 2001; Tech Resources, TCK, from Oct 2003 - Dec. 2008, 2009 - present; Goldcorp, GG, since 2001; Rogers Com, RCI, since 2004; Agrium, AGU, since 2006; Onex Corp, ONEXF, since 2009; Imperial Oil, IMO, since 2004; Telus, TU, since 2004; Royal Bank of Can, RY, since 2000; Toronto Dominion Bank, TD, since 2000; Bank of Nova Scotia, BNS, since 2000; Bank of Montreal, BMO, since 2002; Brookfield Office Prop, BPO, since 2001. There you have 16 "Canadian companies" which have been outperforming the major US equity indexes.

      Regarding your comment about "anybody" making wireless sensors, if anybody could, then they would be doing it now, but just "anybody" can't. IMO, SWIR has the best design team in the industry. And if it was that easy to design FAST, SECURE, COST EFFECTIVE, OPEN PLATFORM wireless modules that have built in multi-core processors, secure cloud services and an open app framework, they would be doing so now. They would already be challenging SWIR's dominant share position. But they haven't so far and that's likely because SWIR has the most advanced architecture for embedded wireless comm.

      SWIR's design leadership allowed them to introduce the world's first LTE devices, the world's first multicore processors for M2M comm. & the world's smallest intelligent embedded mod. I could go on with more accolades but that would be a waste, since your job is to scare investors out of and away from this stk with your bash-trash.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Did you get this revelation while shining shoes, or delivering newspapers?

      Sentiment: Buy

    • LOL Yeah they can make them but they wont be able to sell thim without the Patent that allows them to speak to one another... And speak to one another via Cell phone, 2g,3g,4g which is where the value is.. Guess you shorted a company that you knew very little about... he he

    • Hey braindog, That's what morons like you said about Intel in the early 1990s. Foreign chip competition with Intel made no difference to their bottom line. so if you had invested in Intel in the early 90s you would have gotten rich. Apparently you are not people do not put dribble on message boards

      Sentiment: Buy

    • You know what? You're right. I am going to immediately sell all my shares. Thanks for the heads up. Actually now might not be a bad time to take some profits.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Yeah, only thing is, YOU'RE GETTING CRUSHED, AREN'T YOU, SHORTY???

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