Looks like this is certainly then end of the road for VHC. AAPL has apparently clearly laid out its' counterclaims to the court. The courts were already decidedly in favor of AAPL. This slams the door shut. No wonder shorts have been adding at a rapid pace.
Is that the sign of a company on the rise?
Anyone following the CEO has to be out of their minds. I don't know if the guy is an just outright liar or if he is just incompetent or if they just don't want his products, but this guy has gotten nothing done. 5 years ago SDNI was announced and it was pretty much the same for Gabriel, yet nothing has moved.
Many IV board members appear to be ready to throw in the towel. Many recognize they don't have a CEO who can get the job done and he seems like nothing but a snake charmer. He talks a good game but he's completely incompetent when it comes to landing a deal.
Someone defended that $6 are in a big way the last few days. Something appeared to be happening and that volume was impressive when the buyer stepped in. If this CEO has something going on, a big player sure believes it. Seems like it might be time to step in and buy it just in case this trend continues. If this move fails and they reverse it tomorrow and take it down, then all bets are off. However, it's a bit silly to remain short given today's trading activity. That got my attention
When the only house that covers your stock lowers it by $20 per share, you know you have problems. Know wonder the CEO had to recently sell almost 2 million shares. Things aren't going well to say the least.
I don't know what that was about, but they let the stock run up after that 24ok sell and then it started to tank again. Someone is helping the shorts get loaded here, so it's something to keep in mind
Agree, I wouldn't doubt if KL is selling out of the rest of his position. He knows AAPL will drain him and he knows better than anyone that he can't sell anything.
timing, would you sell your long position if you knew, without a doubt, the stock was going up another 6 points? Well, the shorts know, without a doubt, this stock has to go to zero. Why would they cover now? Do you realize shorts are adding to their positions? Check the short interest. When you have a company who can't sell anything and who is blowing money in court chasing a pipedream, you know it's the easiest short in the history of the market. What is it you don't understand?
It's the same company that said it was worth $55 when they watched it go from $42 down to $3. You know, that company, Cowan
You mean he's going to announce breakout news like he does before every ASM? Oh now wait, that has never happened. This guy has no news. Will you ever understand that?
Who is going to sign a deal with the patent troll that can't collect from AAPL? Absolutely no reason to. They can't even get their best product Gabriel to market. The company continues to blow smoke with no results. Probably the safest short in the market.
I believe he was supposed to have 4G deals signed a year and a half ago. Where are they? No wonder the shorts love this stock. You just have to sit back, wait for the CEO to promise something, then short it with both hands because you know the guy won't deliver.
Oh, now wait, investors always thought he was going to have news to release before each and every ASM, but he never did once. I guess when you don't have anything, you can't announce anything. Maybe he'll announce that he sold more shares, that would get a lot of interest at the ASM.
LOLOL....I'm sure AAPL is worried that they'll be facing an injunction. I told you this 3 years ago and it came true just as I told you....no judge in his right mind is going to rule against AAPL and for some fly-by-night patent troll that can't sell anything on its own. KL couldn't sell water in a desert. The guy is nothing but a pumper and never accomplished anything.
It's pretty simple. No company is going to sign up for anything from VHC until they see if AAPL has to pay. The problem is, it's pretty clear where the courts stand. AAPL is never going to have to pay. The courts are clearly siding with AAPL. As wrong as that may sound, that's what will be the deciding factor and it's clear the courts don't want to see VHC come out on top. Shorts know this stock is going to zero. The question is, when are longs going to realize the incompetence of this CEO in getting a deal done.
How is that long position doing for you while the rest of the market rages higher? I do understand you aren't smart enough to think for yourself, so that's why you have to put all your faith into whatever this windbag CEO says to you. He sells 2 million shares while he talks people like you into buying more. He'll send you a thank you note when he sells the rest and escapes while you ride Gabriel and SDNI to zero.