Check Quantcast web site. it's increasing amazingly fast after the site be up-built. More users, more income. Best news for the search engine company. Go Yippy.
Yeah, Insiders are finally buying shares, that they stated,as cheap as possible. We don't have much to do for their implement. I just watch the attraction from the side.
What was I asking is... Do you think the short squeeze story is reliable? To be honest, I have no clue about short squeeze. If you think it won't be happened, why or how you figure it out? I just want to learn about it from you, if you don't mind.TIA.
You may be right,but this year, we got Buyins site estimated YIPI Target price $3.62, because of the short squeeze could occur. What would you say?
Here it is:
Yippy Inc. Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements February 28, 2013
On April 20, 2013, The Company’s board voted to hire a merger and acquisition firm to ascertain the value of the Company’s assets and to prepare the Company for a merger or potential sale in 2013.
Not many people knows this news. You should check Ihub message board as well. You can find many Yippy share holders there. search as Ihub messageboard. Good luck.
(I am copying an IHub post. Check the message board at IHub.)
Quote:With the stock at $0.18 today, the target price would be $3.62 if 12.95 million shares of stock were bought back.
I don't know about today's stupid action. SONY has been got all the good news. What are they smoking on the street?
IDG News Service - Sony will soon launch 4K TVs far smaller and cheaper than existing models, along with a 4K media player and download service, all aimed at bringing the next-generation TV format into the mainstream.
The company said Monday it will launch a 55-inch 4K TV set in its XBR line for US$4,999, to go on sale from April 21 in the U.S. That is about 20 percent the cost of its 84-inch model released earlier this year for $24,999. The company had no comment about launches in other regions.
Sony will also try to alleviate a major barrier to adoption of the new format: a scarcity of content. The company said that in the summer of this year it will launch a new media player, which will come pre-installed with movies in 4K format including The Amazing Spider-Man, Taxi Driver and Total Recall.
Sony said it will also launch a fee-based download service for 4K movies that will work with the new media player, to go live in the fall of this year. The company has yet to release more details about the player and service, but has made it clear they are to be used together in a Sony-only environment.
"The 4K media player and download service will only work with a Sony 4K TV," said company spokesman Keizo Masuda in Tokyo.
The media player will cost US$699. A 65-inch version of the XBR TV will cost US$6,999.
The prices are far below not only Sony's previous offerings but also those of other companies. Samsung offers an 85-inch 4K TV for $39,999, while LG sells an 84-inch model for $19,999.
Sony was once dominant in TVs but has suffered deep and prolonged losses in the category for much of the LCD TV era. The company is attempting to leverage its assets to make a comeback in 4K. In addition to be a household brand name in consumer electronics, Sony is the only major manufacturer with extensive movie holdings, including the Spider-Man and 007 franchises.
Sony is also a major seller of recording cameras and projectors for use in movie theaters, areas where it has also been pus
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Thursday, April 11, 2013
Sharp Seen Beating Op Profit Projection For FY12 2nd Half
OSAKA (Nikkei)--Sharp Corp. (6753) likely generated slightly more than 20 billion yen in group operating profit in the October-March period, surpassing the standing projection of 13.8 billion yen, thanks to such factors as payroll cutbacks and increased sales of LCD panels to Samsung Electronics Co.
The company secured a combined 360 billion yen in loans from its two main banks in September, on condition that it would turn an operating profit in the second half. Sharp suffered an operating loss of 71.1 billion yen in the same period a year earlier.
It cut labor costs in the second half of fiscal 2012, which ended last month, by offering early retirement packages to about 3,000 workers and lowering the salaries and bonuses of remaining employees. The firm slashed fixed costs by holding down capital outlays, and improved its bottom line by reducing LCD panel and electronics parts inventories.
Sharp also benefited from stronger sales of smartphones that use its proprietary IGZO (indium-gallium-zinc oxide) power-saving LCD panel. A capital tie-up with Samsung Electronics helped by raising LCD panel sales to the Korean group. And the company enjoyed brisk sales of refrigerators and other white goods in Southeast Asia.
After recording its fourth consecutive quarterly operating loss in the July-September period, Sharp reported a profit the following quarter. It appears to have ended the first quarter of 2013 in the black as well.
For the full year ended in March, Sharp likely suffered an operating loss of more than 140 billion yen, compared with a 37.5 billion yen loss a year earlier.
(The Nikkei, April 11 morning edition)
SNE has been 50% up last three months. It may be time to consider if this rally is real or not. The question is the coming fiscal year ended, March 2013, earning report will be as good as we expected. It should be out early May. If it is a good news the pre-announce may come out any time soon.
Meanwhile we are expecting a news release next week, may be Tuesday, about the joint venture with Olympus. search the article below:
Sony-Olympus Joint Venture Wins Regulatory Approval.Chinese regulators delayed the deal.Apr. 3, 2013 Agence France-Presse
Sony Xperia Z could be headed for T-Mobile US
09 April, 2013 | Comments (26) | Post your comment
Tags: Sony, Android, Rumors
Testing of the latest Sony flagship, the Xperia Z, by T-Mobile for use on its US network have reportedly started according to several sources. While this doesn't mean that we'll definitely be seeing the device on the Magenta network with any degree of certainty, it does mean that T-Mobile is at least considering once again offering Sony smartphones in its lineup.
The reason for the long separation is really anyone's guess, but is good news for US consumers looking to get their hands on the slick Sony device. With a 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core 1.5GHz processor and dust and water resistance to accompany its glass-fiber polyamide frame, the Xperia Z is an enticing package that could help Sony gain some ground when it comes to Android market share in the US
4K-tv, PS4, Movie, music and Xperia. While those segments are coming back, SONY group has been making money with its financial segment as well. USD/JPY was 70 just 5 months ago, now going 100.
All I say is SONY's future looks Wow.
I don't know whose estimates you are referring, but they are wrong according to my DD. The estimate might be out of date cuz Yen's rate has been changed rapidly, I don't know. By the way, I appreciate such low expectations; it could be a set up to make the market surprise, when company releases the ER. We'll see.