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Nautilus Inc. Message Board

  • tropicdeposit tropicdeposit Jun 14, 2003 2:43 PM Flag

    NLS is selling off deeply in anticipati

    ...anticipation of bad news. There is strong reason to anticipate bad news.

    Further, the history of the stock and the company now weighs heavily on the stock, in that relatively early buyers who have been gaffed again and again by management, don't feel like riding it down, when they see MANY other stocks going up.

    NLS will continue to selloff in my opinion. If the news over the next month is as bad as I think it will be, the stock will be driven down sharply from here. It is very hard to see why anyone would hold the stock as an investment, at this point.

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    • > It is very hard to see why anyone would hold
      >the stock as an investment, at this point.

      Well ... let's use some lateral thinking here. You overlooked a possibility that I think is worth exploring: What if you, deposit, are full of shit? Then it's very easy to see why one might hold great towering piles of the stock as an investment.

      My own hope for the endgame here is that you will suffer some sort of mild embolism in the Financial Lobe of your brain, begin to believe your own posts, and take up a large short position -- with your mother-in-law's money -- at today's prices. I can dream, can't I?

    • of ball bearings, with the value of NLS stock and the market position of the company.

      That is what most posts here from disappointed retail holders of the stock reflect. The value of the stock isn't about whether a machine is neat and cool. As the recent NLS legal defeat, among other things, demonstrates, there's quite a difference between the market value of unique, marketable intellectual property, on the one hand, and NLS's efforts to hype the coolness of the machine on which more than 50% of its revenues HAVE DEPENDED in the past.

      Another confusion apparent in the posts of disappointed retail holders of NLS stock, stems from the belief that IF REVENUES ONCE GREW, THEY WILL GROW AGAIN. There is strong reason to believe the NLS revenues stopped growing some time back, and that a powerful contraction in those revenues is now underway.

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