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  • od_dude od_dude Oct 16, 2012 1:11 PM Flag

    1 year estimated stock price

    publikopinion, i really don't know if your a mole or what, but are you serious, you now just suspect that management is full of it, i don't know if they are full of it or more just not up to the task, Rubin is a creative type he is not a trained business exec, and Morvak is former studio manager of Relic, not a high end corporate exec trained to turn former billion dollar companies around, and Ferral need no comment, hes proven over and over again his inabilities. Did it not dawn on you than no insider has purchased a share in over a year? Lastly are you kidding me your taking Kirby's advice, hes either an Olympic bag holder, or hes one of many multi alias's on here that pump on one account and bash on the other.
    THQ is dying company, until more studios starts to release games that at minimum pay for the studio that produced them its just a matter of time. DS2 and DS1 have not by a long shot payed for VIGIL, SpaceMarine, COH1, DOW2 have not by a long shot paid for the money spent to operate RELIC, and COH2 with its 2 year dev cost wont come close, its a niche game. The SAINTS ROW series has payed for VOLITION, and THQ MONTREAL is still over a year or more away from a release, so its needs cash to operate. its pretty simple they have 3 studios that have a significant burn rate and cant pay for them self's or the head office, and they have outsourced the rest, Metro, South Park, homefront2 to other studio, whether they break even or not is not clear, but given that these are at the end of this generation of consoles, its unlikely they will, WWE13 like UFC has to be split with WWE so gains here will be small. They owe 100 million and are down to a 22 million market cap, this company continues to spread its self too thin with to many games that a risk for return. So you see why Management inst buying shares,


    Sentiment: Strong Sell