When is that class on "point and figure charts?" (LOL)
Bob's analysis ... roflmao
by: cranberryvino (55/M/Longview, WA)
Long-Term Sentiment: Strong Buy 11/02/05 04:41 pm
Msg: 1313 of 3242
Having given you lessons now in stock selection, market timing, truthfulness, chat room etiquette, modesty, proper use of the King's English, common civility and decency, and most recently 'duck hunting'... its time for one more... lets call this simply 'wasted breath'.
Much like the question.. 'When a tree falls over in the forest, and there is no one there to hear it, is there any sound?', you need to ask yourself...
If I continuously huff and puff, blowing hot air and speculative sarcasm and innuendos...will anyone really listen to me?
The answer begs to be known!
So without further ado... I must answer with the obvious resounding 'No bob.. save your breath'.
However, if you'd like to enroll in my next lecture class, I'd be happy to give you a reduced fee. Consider it my 'pro-bono' contribution to your continuing education.
Oh, don't worry, I'll be sure to cover 'how to read charts, point and figure and otherwise' in the class. Maybe even throw in a 'comparative results analysis' primer as well.
Nice Try? I was asking a simple question. A company you supposedly have so much invested in and are convinced will be the next great gaming stock is paying $750,000 in cash and $3,000,000 worth of stock and you don't know anything about this business they are getting into.
It is a simple question, not a trap. Who will be their biggest customer for the new RFID chips they have the right to?
If you don't know the answer just say it and I will tell you.
If I need lessons, you need to start discussing fundamental things.
Here is an easy one to prove that you know what you are talking about with VNX.
Who will be their primary customer for their RFID chips that they are purchasing the rights to?
This question is only for Cranberry.
Trust me, my goal was not to enlighten Bob. No chance of that.(although he did say recently he bought shfl puts ......cause he felt there was a chance the M would 'correct'.)
Too bad he did not purchase the puts when someone here suggested shfl longs buy insurance when shfl was 32+. (I WAS trying to help him and all shfl longs at that time.)
Have a good one.
You really do need a few lessons. First one, accruacy. I started my 'cheerleading' as you put it, in Feb of this year. VNX was no where near $6, it was 1/3 of that. Excuse me while i add you to the class list, with special note to put you in the front row. Oh, and don't bother with bringing apples.
>>Here's the answer: the DEAL was exlusive when announced. SHFL and IGT experienced some indigestion when they heard this. A few hours and phone calls later, the deal was non-exclusive.<<
Are you getting still more insider information? I was wondering whether you had a direct line to Newburg? Seems like the least he could.
So the deal was "exclusive" when Newburg brought it to light, eh? Could you give us more color on it? TIA
Finally, it wouldn't surprise me to see the dogs of the gaming sector form some kind of partnership and this, of course, would include names like VNX, AGI, and possibly PGIC. Afterall, desperate people and companies seek their own kind. The fortunate thing about desperation is there are few outs for desperate companies. Once their reputations, balance sheets, and infrastructure are shattered the options available are limitied. It pains me to say that of all the desperate companies in the gaming sector VNX wins the prize for the worst of the worst. VNX's outs are so limited that if I were a bankruptcy lawyer I'd be calling them everyday of the week knowing full well it is only a matter of time before they desperately need my services.
"Wending Data Earnings Call Correction August 9, 2005"
"VNX held its second quarter 2005 financial results conference call at 4:30pm today. During the call, Executive Director Mark Newburg, mis-spoke regarding the Company's relationship with PGIC. The distribution agreement with PGIC to distribute VNX products as part of a suite of table game products is non-exclusive, rather than exclusive, as mentioned during the conference call question adn answer segement."
It's understandable how chatterbox would have forgotten this she's so busy sucking up to ScamBeery she's probably forgotten what she said two seconds ago much less what happened two months ago.
In any case, it's truly pathetic that on his first months on the job Newburg screwed up something as fundamental as this. It's no wonder he's working for a company that is giving away equity at breakneck speed in a desperate attempt to survive. Breaks my heart to see what happens to losers like Newburg.