LOL.....well what do you expect someone to say that owns 23% of a company!!!!! Funny, but he said this before...
"Baker Street believes this valuation discrepancy is largely due to the flawed strategy of reinvesting
substantial profits from the Company's mature core businesses in loss-making and
unproven HPC and Cloud initiatives."
So?, its unproven technology that management wasted money on, now he applauds the flawed strategy he pointed out since he own 23% of the company and is trying to sell it to profit and take credit for managements hard work.
It is what it is Ben, but Vadim walks like a duck, so you should see him as a duck. He has done absolutely nothing to increase shareholder value but to muscle his way in with money and offer another company a huge discount on future technology.
I wish he would do his job in a hurry so I can take my money and profits somewhere else, this deal is signed, sealed and delivered, its just a matter of what our price per shares is, the only unknown left.
I don't disagree. Could be a mattier of convincing suitors that necessary investments will continue into Clusterstor thereby making XRTX a more attractive target for potential Baker st partners since that is where the growth is.
Still in STX/WDC. If their FCF meets estimates they should be able to return more to shareholders. Wouldn't be surprised to see dividends increase if that's the case. I saw where STX' Evault launced an EMEA division and has/had something like 40,000 customers. Never really hear much otherwise about that except that I think STX is planning on developing Evault to where they eventually IPO it. Not sure if that will amount to much but seems like there is potential there.