I did my research on this company last week and bought in. Seems like a play with a lot of upside.
But, and this is a big but, I am perplexed by the informed posters on this board who attended the shareholder meeting and purport to be relaying direct conversations with the CEO (and other key members) about non-disclosure/extremely sensitive information. This is a publicly traded company. There is no way an executive would reveal this kind of detail to anyone not under a signed NDA. He'd not only be fired, but brought up on charges by the SEC.
I'm not saying that ALL of the information relayed was sensitive, but there were key statements with numbers and partner names, etc., that is beyond unusual to be revealed to anyone outside the company. And, the postings here appear to have influenced the stock price up.
Again, I'm not dissing the company, hell, I own some of it. It's just I've been an exec at publicly traded high tech companies and I've really never seen anything like what I've seen relayed here.
Can someone bring me up to speed on this?
If you were not so pathetic, you would be comical. I’m in Seattle, so you can check out the IP addresses all you want. This is also the first time I have ever posted on one of these boards, because I own a bit of Augme stock, and will get more with the HC payout, and your pump-and-dump nonsense is impacting the value of my investment. However, that should be irrelevant to you if your postings have any merit – your concern over the location of IP addresses is just evidence that you have no meaningful information regarding Augme. To be clear, I am happy you have no material information – your early posts suggested you had inside information that Paul had provided you in material non-public information in violation of federal securities laws. I think that that is not the case, and you are simply trying to pump and dump the stock. But, if your posts are correct, we will know that in the next couple of weeks.
Pauls answer, if anyone knocks on his door;" We believe the patents are worth 100,000,000 dollars. we hope microsoft feel the same way. I am sorry that the uneducated idiot from the yahoo message board (me), misunderstood my comments.... maybe paul is smarter than you think..
LMAO! Your totally right. Check both of the id's posting history and they both post on exactly the same stocks. He must have owned the stock at one point and sold out. Check this comment out. He sure was bullish at one point.
No it's not. Warns IP address is not pinging from the same area. Augmeshareholder, mymywhataday and Ghof7 are all coming from the same address in Michigan. I'll have his name in a few days.
let me go out on a mini limb here. based on management confidence at the shareholder meeting, I think, and this is just my own personal speculation, that we are going to be HAPPIER with the terms of the financing then the financing itself..... I have no problem admitting when I'm wrong; hell,I do that with my wife on a daily basis!!!
I suspect that flyersdh is right on all counts, so it will be interesting to see how it plays out. Getting financing from patent-trolls does not tend to come with borrower-friendly terms.
If you are right, I guess we need to start considering the stock price implications of an SEC investigation into the CEO's violation of Reg FD.