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alangreenspam 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 3, 2015 2:35 AM Member since: Apr 7, 1998
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  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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 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?

  • Reply to

    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?

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