Interesting to note, Cane that FKWL's Director of Product Operations, Planning, and Logistics (Manny Ramirez, recruited away from Sprint) has listed on his Linkedin.com profile page that he: "Would like to gain more knowledge about the technical and engineering aspects of wireless back haul for media". Thought that would be on interest to you, as you have invested in "The Dragon" (DRWI).
A few years ago I bought a company called Endwave who was in the radiowave sector. All these companies like Smith Micro, Endwave, Novatel, Alvarion etc. Are really young young Wireless companies. I decided then I would buy into a bunch.All of them were similar to Franklin in that they were basically upstarts. Some have done better than others but all of them moved up double to their price after my purchase. Sadly I bought a company called Gigabeam (past founders of Endwave)then a research company but within months went Nasdaq hit 12 before backing off and then going bankrupt.
The game is played now and it would be hard to get in. The only reason I liked "The Dragon" is that they are partners with Clearwire.And they just went Nasdaq and usually there is a eventual push when that happens.
I am hoping Franklin stays the course and finds new roads Internationally now that they have a foothold in the US.
Thanks for the thought.
On another note I thought the stock acted well today and some decent early volume.
The problem is if somone wanted to sell about 10k worth the bid would probably drop under 90 cents...this is why any stock offering to raise capital will murder the price..well you guys peaked my interest so I will wait and see if this turns viable...float is micro scopic so if it does become viable without dilution it would be big big deal...cant see it happening without a huge stock offering to raise operating capital