downstock, you continue with your rubbish writing.
If apple, or I, or any of the longs are beyond our league is yet to be seen.
In any case a fudder like you does not seem to be an adequate judge.
Apple's writing read sincere, to my eyes it was moving. OTOH the righteous writing lind, patrol or you produce reads fake and manipulative.
I don't think its a matter of smart or dumb with Applesauce. Its getting so involved and emotional with a stock that it consumes you and then he becomes blind to logic.
He lost a ton of money and he's desparate to get it back. Clearly and sadly he has become delusional and unrealistic.
Most of us may be down a little on IDCC, but we didn't margin or go crazy with options. We can sit back and relax and wait..and that's hard enough.
Now imagine having been on margin and lost a ton or had your options wiped out to nothing. That's where some of these people are coming from. Just my perspective from what I've seen on here.
This stock can obviously drift up or down with the market, but ultimately there will be no forward progress until there is leadership that knows how to navigate. So far Interdigital has failed miserably just at a time in the history of this company when opportunities are greatest. A monkey could run this company better in this environment where mobile patents are on fire. Instead, what they did is rack up debt by issuing a convertible, and astonishingly have done absolutely nothing with the convertible proceeds. All while other companies are acquiring valuable patents hand over fist. And to top it all off, they have set the IDCC shareholders up for major dilution in the event that they do actually accomplish something positive. Meanwhile, they have stalled business activity, licensing, partnerships etc to put up a for sale sign in the front yard. The IDCC for sale sign has been up longer than a deeply discounted Las Vegas foreclosed condo. :D
Incredible Management and Board of Directors bungling occurring here.
It would be interesting to know what the talented high quality engineers at IDCC think of this surprisingly lackluster leadership.