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Robear_77 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 5, 2014 6:02 PM Member since: Oct 1, 1998
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  • robear_77 robear_77 Sep 5, 2014 6:02 PM Flag

    The key to success for this company is converting lots of products. If they don’t own those products then they will always be sharing in the revenue for the converted products so the key to success for this company may be purchasing companies that already have lots of products…

    One company that comes to mind is French based GameLoft. If you take a close look at their website then you’ll find that they have dozens of games and many of them already run on multiple platforms. Converting many of those games to Chinese could be a big win for both companies (so a partnership isn't out of the question).

    Fortunately for iDreamSky, GameLoft does not have a very big market cap so it could be a very good takeover candidate for those who like to dream big.

    May all your dreams come true...

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Shorts have taken it upon themselves to spam this board in hopes that they'll drive the stock down, but what they don't know is the timing and the amount of the next big sale. With the way they are behaving; perhaps Taser will let them have the names and amounts real soon. With so much chatter here the shorts are out in force so when the buyers rush in this will become the squeeze of a lifetime.


    Time will tell but it's going to be a WHOPPER !!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • robear_77 robear_77 Aug 13, 2014 2:50 PM Flag

    Yeah, I would get out before the stock lockup expires and purchase GameLoft while it's cheap... BTW, King should look for a few small acquisitions while they still have a boat load of cash; GameLoft is the perfect target for anyone who has the cash.

  • IMHO, this is very good news:

    Prior to Infinera, Dr. Elby served as the vice president and chief technologist of Verizon Labs. During his tenure at Verizon, Dr. Elby was responsible for developing Verizon's technology vision and target network architecture to support emerging products and services. In this role, he had significant influence in the network architecture and development of Verizon's platforms for metro and long haul networks, including Verizon's cloud and digital video services. Dr. Elby led the design, development and launch of cloud services platforms for Verizon Digital Media Services and managed the specification and design of multiple core services platforms including cloud and API secure gateway. Dr. Elby holds a bachelor's degree in Optical Engineering from the University of Rochester and received a MSEE and Doctorate in Telecommunications from Columbia University. He serves on the advisory boards of several university, government and industry consortia.

    If I didn't already own so much I'd definitely be buying more

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