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thefattlady 56 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 25, 2016 6:17 PM Member since: Feb 9, 2000
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  • Reply to

    Pretty terrible results

    by fatoldmaninnj Apr 27, 2016 4:39 PM
    thefattlady thefattlady Apr 27, 2016 4:55 PM Flag

    Business is still in decline, debt is huge, still losing tons of money. Book value means little if they can't service the debt.

    Future is very dependant on housing market. Then you have to throw in all the legal issues regarding past practices and ability (or lack of) to do business in key states.

    Bottom line, the future is so extremely unpredictable that whomever has the loudest megaphone will move the stock in the near term.

  • Looks like doouucchee bag Spence is stuffing the ad pages by having 200 new cold calling sales people selling uses display ads that don't work.

    But hey, he got a pop in the stock price.

    No doubt, after jaaakkking each other off, Jim Cramer will have him on the show to do an encore for Jim's viewers!

    Well stroked Spence, well stroked.

  • thefattlady by thefattlady May 6, 2016 5:51 AM Flag

    seasonedinvestor79 needs to learn to read a balance sheet. Only $4.8MM cash on bal sheet as of March.

    Per CFO's very clear statement on the conf call they are burning $4million+ per quarter from operations. Evidently seasonedinvestor79 doesn't listen to conerence calls or didn't have his hearing aid turned upl

  • Again seasonedinvestor79 seems to think these orders are going to all pour in Sept. seasonedinvestor79 should really listen to conf calls. That is when order deliveries begin. As CEO warned on the call this amount is for 18 months to THREE YEARS, that works out to about $1.25 million in sales per quarter, ROFLMAO!

    As small deliveries begin in Sept, customers will test the product and IF it can meet quality requirements they will ramp up to full deliveries over a few months. then some money will trickle in.

  • UNXL has an outstanding shelf registration. They can issue stock at any time. Listen to the conf call. CFO kind of mumbled it at the end of the list of financing options.

    You need to think like a CFO, you raise money when you can, NOT when you need it. And you raise it by the cheapest means necessary.

    UNXL going to be burning big cash for next 12-18 months.

    Stock up 500%. If I were a CFO, I'd be filling my coffers real soon by selling shares.

  • thefattlady thefattlady May 6, 2016 7:10 AM Flag

    Remember what happened last time they did a stock secondary in Nov 2015? Stock closed @ $1.45, the offered stock with warrants at $0.85! Stock went sub $60 after that.

    No revenue for next 6-9 months, burning $4 million per qtr and that will go up as they start to ramp production.

    All 15 orders only equals about $1.5 million revenue per quarter.

    Do the math...............

  • thefattlady thefattlady May 6, 2016 7:13 AM Flag

    No, actually I'm thinking like a smart CFO. You raise money when you can. This company is on the hairy edge of making it. Better to dillute now when stock price is up 5X and dorm room traders have run it up than when nobody wants the stock and you have to give it away like last time.

  • Reply to

    They need a secondary and here is why

    by copx_crook May 6, 2016 7:26 AM
    thefattlady thefattlady May 6, 2016 7:48 AM Flag

    Come'on don't be a buzz kill.

    To heck with reality, we like the pump..... got to have the pump!

  • Reply to

    They need a secondary and here is why

    by copx_crook May 6, 2016 7:26 AM
    thefattlady thefattlady May 6, 2016 7:55 AM Flag

    Exactly. cash is gone by end of the year. You have to think like a CFO, you raise cash when you can, you don't wait until you are broke.

    Nobody offers money to anyone who is broke without sticking it to them, if they'll give them money at all.

  • thefattlady thefattlady May 6, 2016 8:55 AM Flag

    The company will likely survive for a while, the question is how much cash will it bleed and how much will shareholders be dilluted along the way. You can't live on sub million dollar revenue. And you can't survive on piddly contracts that are only worth a million bucks that take nine months to get underway and where the million bucks is spread over three years.

    Reminds me of LQMT, Liquidmetal. Great product, just cant sell enough of it to cover all the executives salaries. Company just keeps limping along, doing stock hype press releases and subsequent secondary stock offering again and again........

  • Reply to

    Question about these design wins

    by staccani May 6, 2016 8:48 AM
    thefattlady thefattlady May 6, 2016 9:09 AM Flag

    UNXL actually canned their own touchscreen technology and bought a different technology from Atmel back in April 2015 for a nominal sum. I wonder why Atmel sold it??

    They've had about a dozen SMALL design wins in some niche products, Still no revenue. Revenue won't start until late this year and value of contracts is averaging only about $1million each.

    Company is bleeding cash and there is no end in sight. Everybody was thinking theses were big money design wins and the cash would be rolling in. Management had to bring penny stock investors back to reality on the conf call last night.

  • All the anticipation about soooooo many companies wanting to partner on Afrezza, but NOPE.....

    Mannkind will be hiring ex-fuller brush salesment to go door to door in hope of hocking a few doses!

    What a bust!

    If you price a stock far enough in the hole, you'll eventually find a few sharks (flipper) who will roll the dice in hopes of grabbing a quick couple percent profit.

    This thing will be below a buck within a few weeks when the sharks are gone.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • From the P.R.

    The Company has evaluated the operational and financial feasibility of pursuing 510(k)s for SurgiBot and ALF-X concurrently, and has decided to reprioritize its near-term regulatory efforts and focus on the ALF-X 510(k) submission.

    What makes them think ALF-X will do any better?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • TRXC CEO is dillusional. And this was one disasterous quarter.

    SurgiBot an utter failure. They've abanoned trying to get it apporved in the U.S. They aren't even going to try for European approval, I wonder why? Analysts seriously unhappy on the conf call. They blew $100Million buying the already European approved ALF-X system last year AND HAVEN'T SOLD A SINGLE SYSTEM (and CEO would not commit to even selling a single ALF-X system in 2016). You think SOFAR knew something when they dumped ALF-X?

    The sharks at Intuitive have taken every single surgical robot sale, EVERY ONE! ISRG will do WHATEVER IT TAKES to put these guys out of business. It's just business. If these guys had half a brain, they'd give away a half dozen systems for a $500K price tag JUST TO SAY THEY SOLD SOME and get some real world experience.

    The cherry on top of this whole ice cream sundae of a joke is that they were savvy enough to dupe $75 million out of starry eyed small investors to continue the charrade for another year or so. $75MM may keep them afloat for a while but it CERTAINLY won't get them to profitability!

    Surgibot and ALF-X may some day make some money, but it won't be current shareholders who profit from it.

    Congrats longs!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • thefattlady thefattlady May 10, 2016 7:23 PM Flag

    By the way, I feel for all those who are losing their jobs at TRXC, it's got to hurt. The sad thing is that the ones who deserve to lose their jobs (executives) will likely get a bonus this year.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Rizzone says changing priority from Mid and full size Watt UP to the newly prioritized mini 'contact' version requires pushing back completion date of original timelines, That is absolute bullKrapp.

    If the market opportunity for original products still exists, you keep working on them at same pace by hiring additional resources AND YOU PUT YOUR best people on the 'new' mini opportunity.

    To suggest that it is an 'either/or' situation is complete bullschitte. It's only an either/or situation IF you've realized your previous assumptions were WRONG.

    My guess is that feedback from FCC, R&D, industry leaders, consultants, whomever, says the market isn't there or the technology ain't cutting it.

    By the way, this is the first WATT conf call I've listened to and already I CAN'T STAND RIZZONE. Guys is full of himself. It would be quite satisfying to squat and take a healthy schitte right on the top of his head.

    p.s. Conf call reminds me of old UNXL conf calls. Everything is great..... until it isn't.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Only way to control the message is if you don't let anyone ask questions.

    Ignore the man behind the curtain.......

  • Reply to

    Holly SMOKES... 18-20% down

    by fsusmatty May 12, 2016 9:47 AM
    thefattlady thefattlady May 12, 2016 9:57 AM Flag

    Wake up kid. This stock ran to $11 from the $7's on the Facebook Oculus launch. Qtr results were just in line, no overly enthusiastic talk by the company. What's the next catalyst for someone to buy more, rather than sell?

    Buy the mystery, sell the history! This stock is now range bound.

    You have much to learn.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • 20F filed on EDGAR, (Equivalent of a 10K if they were a U.S. based company)

    Not looking good. They lost $409.93 per share in 2015, that's right, FOUR HUNDRED and NINE DOLLARS per share loss!, That's got to be some kind of record!

    Book value, now NEGATIVE -$70.15 per share!

    Oh yeah, the icing on the cake......

    Auditors gave them a 'Going Concern' warning in their letter. (For you dorm room traders, that means the auditors don't think they are going to survive!)

    You play with fire...............

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • thefattlady thefattlady May 12, 2016 6:58 PM Flag

    Looks like they had been playing games with the value of their vessels to make balance sheet look good. Had to write down the value of the vessels they sold by $116 million, then had to write down the value of the ones they still own by another $96 million.

    And to think they still have to come up with the money to pay for the three new ships that they contracted to have built back in the bubble a couple years ago. They already extended the deliveries of these vessels until later this year. because of their cash crunch and low demand. Will anybody be crazy enough to lend them money for ships that won't make money when PRGN is broke?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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