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alangreenspam 2026 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 3, 2016 1:26 AM Member since: Apr 7, 1998
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  • alangreenspam alangreenspam Mar 3, 2016 1:26 AM Flag

    Wrist blood pressure testers already exist. They're just bulky. Not impossible.

  • Thanks for the great buying opportunity, but JMP is a douche for slamming the stock.

    Anyhow, I bought a load of calls going into earnings runup.

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    by alangreenspam Feb 18, 2016 3:01 PM
    alangreenspam alangreenspam Feb 18, 2016 3:01 PM Flag

    Meant to say JMP Securities is doing a BASH & BUY. Great opportunity.


    After speaking with sources in the IT security sector, Wells Fargo believes that Palo Alto's existing customers are in the early stages of buying the company's newer products. Resellers indicated that the sales of Palo Alto's products were either at or above expectations and they said that its pipeline remains strong, Wells reported. Furthermore, the firm thinks the company will continue to gain share against other IT security vendors going forward, as large organizations look to buy more of their products from one vendor. Palo Alto's risk/reward ratio is "compelling" for longer term investors, Wells stated. The firm reiterated an Outperform rating on the stock.


    This is from FEB 10th. Morgan Stanley and Stephens also subsequently confirmed channel checks.

    JPM is in contrast to these (3) analyst firms. It's clear JPM is clearly a BASH & BUY attack today.

  • GoPro Investors Are Once Again Spooked

    By Maureen Farrell

    GoPro Inc.’s shares fell by more than 9% Tuesday after a research analyst warned that there could be risks to the wearable-camera maker’s forthcoming third-quarter results.

    Cleveland Research analyst Benjamin Bollin released a report saying that demand for GoPro’s items appears to be falling below the company’s estimates. According to several individuals who read the report, Mr. Bollin said that the supply chain appears to be flat for the quarter, most likely because GoPro is having trouble selling its wares to customers.

    Cleveland Research declined to provide a copy of the report to MoneyBeat citing company policy.

    Mr. Bollin’s report also spooked investors in Ambarella Inc., one of GoPro’s key suppliers. Ambarella’s stock was down by nearly 7% Tuesday. The company reports results after the close Tuesday.

    GoPro did not respond to a request for comment. GoPro reported second-quarter earnings in late July.

    Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter called the sell-off in GoPro shares overdone. He noted that GoPro launched new products in early July, and those initial shipments should add enough new sales to lift the company’s quarterly revenues. If the supply chain appears to be flat now, it could be due to a build up of supply in May and June that stayed flat because GoPro launched new products.

  • alangreenspam alangreenspam Aug 28, 2015 9:48 AM Flag

    No more margin calls, so the earnings rally begins today in earnest. Close over $95.

  • VDSI's post-earnings trading is not a good measure of comparison with FEYE. Here's why:

    1. There is 51% short interest on a 29M float stock. They have the stock by the balz and are manipulating it down

    2. FEYE only has 12% short interest on a 137M float. Much harder to manipulate

    3. VDSI ran up 6% today into earnings. Not the case with FEYE.

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    Wow. I can see FEYE move 20% since

    by kingofstems Jul 28, 2015 2:37 PM
    alangreenspam alangreenspam Jul 29, 2015 12:19 AM Flag

    VDSI is not a good example.

    1. There is 51% short interest on a 29M float stock. They have the stock by the balz and are manipulating it down

    2. FEYE only has 12% short interest on a 137M float. Much harder to manipulate

    3. VDSI ran up 6% today into earnings. Not the case with FEYE.

  • alangreenspam alangreenspam Jul 27, 2015 1:37 AM Flag

    Trust me, a lot of people post stupid stuff like you did. So I take it on face value. You need to express proper context so your readers know where you're coming from. For example, follow up your text with "/sarc"

    Clear Writing 101 Remedial class needed (for you).

  • alangreenspam alangreenspam Jul 26, 2015 3:30 AM Flag

    Listen, Noob, I said "The Gov't has been contracting FEYE..."

    That means the gov't is one of FEYE's customers. What part of that don't you understand?

    "Remedial Reading Comprehension 101 Class" needed on your part, dude.

  • alangreenspam alangreenspam Jul 25, 2015 1:01 AM Flag

    Good news for FEYE as the gov't has been contracting FEYE for a lot of it's cybersecurity needs.

  • alangreenspam alangreenspam Jul 3, 2015 2:35 AM Flag

    Your moniker is fitting because your analogy is so flawed it's only befitting for a mental dwarf such as yourself.

    In a FREE SOCIETY, the guy VOLUNTARILY chose to work for the company, right? Did someone hold a gun to his head and say, "Dude, here is where you MUST work, or else!!" Of course not.

    And the guy VOLUNTARILY chose to work for his boss on his daughter's birthday when asked by his boss. If not, he can quit or tell his boss, sorry, it's my daughter's birthday and if the boss doesn't like that, he may fired. There is nobody with a gun to his head saying he MUST work there. So his working for his boss on his daughter's birthday is NOT involuntary servitude. It's voluntary working overtime. He does have alternatives, you just aren't recognizing that he does.

    Nice try and I had to laugh when a guy like you is not only ignorant, but has the gall to be smug with your cute condescending, "Thanks for stating the obvious condescending remark.".

  • Whenever a stock declines so violently, one has to examine the worst possibilities. True, there was a short-selling Citron article that came out Friday and the stock dropped single digits.

    Why the delayed response today with a 21% tankage? Something just doesn't add up. Methinks there is more to this story...

    --A failed chip design?
    --Lost a big order?
    --Xiaomi dropping AMBA as a supplier?

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    Tesla Funded By Tax Incentives

    by jjohn.1971 Jun 22, 2015 11:08 AM
    alangreenspam alangreenspam Jun 22, 2015 11:16 AM Flag

    Hey Greenie, both subsidies are wrong (oil and altE).

    But ALT Energy doesn't generate HUGE TAX REVENUES for ROADS and INFRASTRUCTURE like OIL DOES.

    All the shallow-thinkers like you ALWAYS make that worn out moral-relativism claim about oil subsides therefore subsidies for rich greenies are somehow OK.

    You're forgetting that OIL generates as much in tax revenues, if not more - than the tax subsidies it receives. AltE does not! Get it?

  • So GPRO is partnering with BABA in China. Very good for AMBA. Not to mention that AMBA is in GPRO's competitor (Xiaomi), so AMBA wins whenever body cameras or action cameras are sold in China.

  • alangreenspam by alangreenspam May 14, 2015 11:45 AM Flag

    $AMBA - Hearing chatter that $GPRO and $BABA joint venture in China... (see GPRO thread). What's good for $GPRO is good for $AMBA!

  • Expect analysts to pump AMBA tomorrow after quietly accumulating AMBA shares today...

    GPRO's good guidance and the new Spherical Camera tech is GOLD for AMBA!

    From Investor's Business Daily:

    --""It seems obvious to us that GoPro is off to work on a device that will let users capture spherical video," Anderson said. "That means totally immersive video (up-down, side-to-side) that could be viewed on a virtual reality headset.

    "While there are other companies working spherical, or 360-degree video, it strikes us that no one will have the brand, ecosystem or distribution footprint (both retail and content sharing) to make it mainstream in the same way that GoPro can."

    A new high-end GoPro camera for capturing 360-degree images would provide a new market opportunity for GoPro image chip supplier Ambarella (NASDAQ:AMBA).

    Ambarella stock was up more than 3%, above 74, in midday trading on the stock market today, once again above its 10-day line.

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    by dcr82160 Nov 22, 2014 12:59 AM
    alangreenspam alangreenspam Nov 22, 2014 5:34 PM Flag

    Cramer really didn't say that if you watch his Friday Interview.

    PANW is one of his favorites. He was just cautious, but again said it's his favorite. At best, it's a mixed msg from Cramer. But if he ever does say stay away from a stock, that means Cramer & his cronies want to accumulate the stock.

    If you watch the CEO interview last month, he was totally confident in the quarter, so I would say, a buy of PANW before earnings would be rewarded. Look at the chart how they always blow out earnings... Nothing has changed in the cybersecurity niche to diminish the bullishness - and, it has actually even gotten better.

  • Without the $10K state/Fed subsidies TSLA buyers receive FROM OTHER TAXPAYERS, the company would be even more unprofitable. Many taxpayers who subsidize rich green socialists are middle class working stiffs. Seems unethical to transfer their money (via TSLA credits) to some rich green socialists, doesn't it?

    Repubs know this and the Nov 4th election means a step in the right direction to eliminate this wasteful subsidy which is also a case of our gov't using tax credit policy as a tool for ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION against other automakers.

    This green cronyism has got to stop and the election (with Repubs now controlling the House AND the Senate) may be the turning point, which will ultimately not end well for Tesla.

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    Q3 CC confirms...........

    by ballcoach_30 Nov 5, 2014 8:49 PM
    alangreenspam alangreenspam Nov 5, 2014 11:22 PM Flag

    Ummm, aeon, you do realize that smart investors read BOTH bull & bear perspectives, don't you?

    Evidently not. You seem to just want to hear one side of the Tesla Fairy Tale. Ballcoach provides excellent analysis. And he's usually right. You mentioned the fact that he's wrong about the stock price, but I don't recall him making stock price movement predictions often. Rather, he provides incisive analysis.

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