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Procera Networks, Inc. Message Board

  • petercohen33 petercohen33 Mar 26, 2013 12:22 AM Flag

    pk

    " Consider the large dilution last April for around $90m with "acquisitions" cited as a reason, then Huebner is appointed to BOD. A few months later they acquire Vineyard. All a coincidence? " This is a IGNORANT comment. I have been biting my lip holding back on tearing u a new A Hole for crying & whining every day , not becoming . This above comment casting dispersions on that most strategic / necessary capitol raise makes me intolerant. That cash 120 million on Balance Sheet by itself serves so many positive redeeming qualities fool where should i start . Every analyst on the Sell Side and PM on the Buy Side looks at that pile of cash as one of this this companies most attractive assets. Every Large Service Provider would not consider getting into bed with this Company if that peace of mind green capital was not on their balance sheet & i can assure you larger competitors would shine a light on that void if it was not there. That type of Capital give a Company both flexibility and most important security . The biggest mistake JB could of done was not leveraging Procera's stronger valuation into liquid capitol. Company is growing headcount went from 40/50 2 years ago to 200 today. That Vineyard acquisition is the 2nd best move behind Capitol raise. If you spoke to JB today he would tell you how fortunate Procera is to have this opportunity. Management has a vision which i appreciate very much you are very provincial something you remoind us of everyday.

 
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