why don't you keep your unbased,
gramatically-incorrect, sorry-ass messages to the WDC board. that way you
can annoy a whole different group of people. don't
you have anything better to do with your time? sorry
to hear about your wife running out on you because
of your severe gambling, but i can't blame her. you
are a total loser with no life. i can get you numbers
of some doctors who may be able to get your twisted
life a little less twisted (making it normal again
would be a scientific miracle). oh, by the way, please
post a message here (have the guts to show your lame
face) on this board when mxtr starts gaining ground and
surpasses wdc's stock price. the only thing you and wdc
will be "chomping" and "munching on" and "eating" are
your words. have a nice life--maybe too late for
I don't think SEG or QNTM will buy
However, MXTR is a good fit to IBM since IBM has state of
the art storage technology but lack state of the art
manufacture efficiency which MXTR can offer.
all, there will be no buy out. MXTR does not need buy
out since in has a lot of cash, it is making money,
it's revenue is increasing, it's market share is
A lot of people said MXTR lacks product mix.
However, focucing on destop market may be a good thing.
The key is to keep the pace in introducing new
generation of high performance drives.
execution, not excuse like WDC.
Well there is still someone out there willing to
unload at any price.
50,000 @ 5 5/8 while Bid was
60,000 @ 5 19/32 while Bid was 5
The difference today is that on balance many more
buyers than sellers so large sales not having much
Price still moving up.
It just occurred to me that during the conference
call last week the mentioned that the float of shares
were less than expected. By how many I do not know. I
know that in the second offering the underwriters were
given a certain number of shares that they had to hold
for a particular time. If these share were being
publically traded the earnings number would have been
different.I wonder if they waited until after the CC to
Sell.They received these shares for Underwriting the
offering, so this would explain the selling at any cost.
They did not have anything to lose. I will check the
SEC filings regarding the offering to find out more,
unless anyone has the information handy.
The guy bought millions of drive shares in Dec.
and Jan. only to get disgusted and puke them out over
the last few weeks. MXTR was his last (about 4
million yesterday through Troster and Smith Barney and
Instinet) But he's done. He was the guy that made KMAG go
to 16 when was hoggin and 3 when he was
At 5 MXTR has 2.80 in cash per share(offset by .80
in debt), has been profitable when others in the
desktop space lose gobs because of low costs, good yields
and technology lead and is about to ramp GMR and 7200
RPM drives. The second quarter got whacked because
Seagate tried to get back into Dell with the U4 and
Western also made a push with the 4.3. But thats old
stuff and the market is about to move up. With a $500
mil market cap, $200 mil in net cash and $3 bil in
revs the stock sells at 10% of revs (well below all
historical bands of valuation) and far cheaper than WDC (up
20% yest.) or QNTM. In fact at this price it sells at
less than one times gross margin dollars. Way too
cheap and about to double now the fat boy is out of the