Ha! Confirmed by your alias, "HowieJo"? I suggest you move on to a board more suitable to your sophomoric ignorance and leave the rest of us big boys to discuss the more relevant topics at hand. Goood day, sir.
A "Noteworthy Post" by Howie Jo Sep 13, 2011 08:46 AM
I am the BOARD IDIOT and I use many names. I come from New Jersey and I have no friends. Only cellmates, including mask_ipx_spx. Together we hatch evil plans to take over the NASDAQ investment community. I like comic books. Mask makes a wicked lemon jello bundt cake!
Hey, "I was paid $150 bucks for this one", what's your going rate now ?
"A special post from me
by sconroller • Jun 22, 2009 12:29 PM
I was paid $150 bucks for this one:
So How Much of This 10 million sq. ft. 17-Oct-07 11:22 am
in China will be used for Suptech's JV manufacturing? I've been through their Santa Barbara facility and would estimate they're in around 6 to 8,000 sq. ft., including warehouse (they've downsized a bit since their overhead reorganization). Even if they run a couple or three shifts currently, from 8,000 to 10,000,000 sq. ft.?! Doesn't make sense, although fixed capital overhead in China's obviously going to be a lot cheaper than Santa Barbara. Good question for someone to ask at the meeting.
Whatever the sq. ft. allocation, Suptech's got the capacity to "ramp up sales incrementally" (I believe TW used that term) BIG TIME.
We'll see a $50 - $100 SP in 6 months once the numbers support 12-mo. profit visibility of at least $20 million. And let's not forget the NOL carryforwards that will help, too.
The perfect storm could be forming. Great time to be long!