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  • threespeech threespeech Jan 30, 2013 2:55 PM Flag

    Valentines Day Huh?

    Not exactly a tough call when you have individuals running or should I say showing up at a company such as RFI. Wonder which one is flipping the coin today? The heck with all those reality shows. Put a couple cameras in that building. Talk about entertainment. And the special episodes would be the board meetings.

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    • I was wrong. Stock closed nearly 3% above the"terrible twos" at $3.07 on Valentines Day. Tougher call than I thought.
      Pass the Humble Pie. Yum!

    • Three,

      You raise an interesting point when you said; "Wonder which one is flipping the coin today?"

      I made the comment a year ago that the CFO's job looked like a part time job. He pays $300K of bills a month and manages about $70K of bank deposits, from only a couple of paying customers and paying licensees. Payroll? That is what is covered in the $300k of payables.

      Joe/Bob....well Bob is retired--pretty nice pension there,eh? Joe? I have no idea what he does to fill his days. Read novels?

      Director of Marketing, Mr. LaPointe? Well, we can rule out reading books, he's not smart enough. Actually doing something that IS marketing...well, no evidence of that anywhere!

      I think it would be very, very telling to know who shows up at the office, how often, for how long.

      And Three, you are right. My call was not exactly a tough one, since the stock is on a run of dropping a dime a day.

      I also wonder who owns their building (RFI pays rent) and if it is an arms length relationship or if Bob or Joe are the landlord.

      Sentiment: Sell

 
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