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  • x993231 x993231 Sep 1, 2008 11:10 AM Flag


    OK If you look at the investor presentation they lay out the possibility of annualized revenue for the following:

    Modulator Market reaching 250 Million by 2014
    All Optical Internet 5 Billion
    Militaryt Homeland Security 4 Billion
    Displays 6 Billion
    The potential laid out in this presentation is 15 Billion dollars a year = guessing 60.00 per share net income.

    How did I get there?
    Triple Play calculated that 68 million in revenue nets them 11 million in net income = .30 per share. Or 680 million in revenue nets 110 million = 3.00 per share.

    Extend it one more time 6.8 Billion in revenue nets 1.1 Billion = 30.00 per share

    15 Billion a year, get the F outa here. Let’s keep this SIMPLE and short term and only use the modulator market and only assume a 50% share of the total market.

    2010 end of year 68 Million = .30 per share Price to earnings multiplier of 20 = $5.91
    2011 128 Million or .58 per share Price to earnings multiplier of 20 = $11.62
    2012 220 Million or .99 per share Price to earnings multiplier of 20 = $19.89
    3013 230 Million just say a buck Just say 20 Bucks a Share
    2014 250 Million just say a buck Just say 20 Bucks a Share

    This is JUST the Modulator Market and ONLY 50% at that.

    I hate to use the word “count on” cause they haven’t published R33s yet. But when the new management team wraps their arms around this thing and the company moves from the lab to an actual functioning goal driven, results oriented business, ish will start to happen.

    Lets say in 20 years they are earning $60.00 per share in income with a price to earnings multiplier of 20 = $1,200 per share
    Dream on folks at $1200 per share it won’t matter how much Viagra costs lol.

    If they are off by 10 fold it is still a Hundred dollar stock.

    Purp and Scout I know you guys ran the numbers, watcha think?

    Splits would be kewl to the share count but the numbers would still remain the same.

    You asked for me to work the numbers. From a personal side I won’t be selling as long as it appreciates at 1 or 2 cents a week (50 cents to 1.00 a year). $1,200 a share phew I don’t have enough fingers to calculate those numbers.

    I hope we see the $5.91 numbers when the R33 numbers are published followed by a Fully Functioning Modulator. I’m still saying Thursday for the R33’s, but it is a holiday week and these guys tend to use …….. they can find.

    I hope the stock will both split and pay dividends.

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    • I have 15000 shares left at no cost as I sold a number of shares which I bought at 0,76 usd;
      As my shares are at no cost , I will sit back and see what will happen. The technical part of the story is way over my head ;I am certainly not considering selling ,even if they go down , but buying additional shares for me is at this moment too much of a lottery?

      I am only wondering, If this is really as big a potential as some of you are presenting, why are the big shots not buying like mad???
      I hate pumpers and certainly bashers ; Most of the time you recognize them by the way they treat unbias contributors, as if they are Alzheimer patients;

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      • You assume that the insiders all have a ton of cash, not sure if that’s the case. I couldn’t find that in their backgrounds, my guess is more like great pension packages so they don’t need to draw salaries. Even Michael Jackson is broke. Next move will be R33’s, then Modulators, then deals. Each time new levels should be reached, but they have to get some news on the street. Without a product it is still just science modeled in computers and you are correct, way above my head too.
        When they have the annual meeting though hopefully they can explain it to us in layman’s terms and we can better understand the potential that they see.

      • I mean by Big Shots not the present insiders , but the large companies like IBM , Microsoft and others; As soon as they think this is the future they will buy in and take the benefits; As long as there is no certainty they leave the risk to small investors like us;
        Therefore I think we are noy yet there? Otherwise they will be buying the company?

    • Glad you are back scout......I am like a bird out of a cage.....personally anyway..............coming with a new song soon,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,All the best, Purple

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