Right now more upside than TSLA. TSLA will never be a $1000 stock but INVE can easily be a $3 stock....think about it
easy 4 baggger
I agree but INVRE sounds like a 4-bagger to me
The Machine-to-Machine¹ industry is forecast by Strategy Analytics to grow at a CAGR of 18 percent, from $45 billion in 2013 and reaching $242 billion in 2022, according to the new Strategy Analytics Machine-to-Machine Strategies (M2M) service report, “M2M Revenues by Industry Vertical“.
Identive Group (INVE) is selling slow-growth, non-core operations to focus on high-growth technologies.
The company will focus on high-growth NFC, RFID, and cloud identity-as-a-service (IaaS) patented core competencies.
Successful implementation of streamlined operation should yield consistent profitability and increase shareholder value.
Many companies focusing on NFC/RFID/M2M/Internet-of-Things markets like SuperCom Ltd. (SPCB), On Track Innovations (OTIV), Lantronix (LTRX) and others have much higher valuations than INVE. Investors should note that INVE's expected revenues after restructuring will be much higher than the companies I've just mentioned. Even larger sector player Sierra Wireless (SWIR) saw its stock price almost tripled to a 52-week high of $26.56 before the recent consolidation. The projected rate of growth in this technology sector is staggering, and companies with a growing presence like INVE are sure to benefit from this windfall.
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CKSW was struggling 3 months ago barely over $6 and it;s now @10. The burst in sales has been relly strong (same fr VRYAF). The demand from small to medium enterprises has been sudden and has taken vendors by surprise (ATEA included). Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good.
ATEA did not even want to attend conferences a few months ago but now it's even sponsoring them. They are also hiring more people ...look at the website.
ATEA'a float is only 1.4 million shares. Author has $6+ target after earnings in tow weeks
CKSW and VRYAF more than doubled and reported record revenues and net income last week due to unprecedented demand for Field Service Management (FSM) cloud-based solutions from small and medium sized enterprises (SME;s) trying to remain competitive. ATEA's products and services are far superior to VRYAF's.
New Seekingalpha article just out.
Easy 3-bagger with new CEO from larger competitor SANM.
Profitable quarter ahead and trading at 0.1 times sales.
Bids piling up as we speak........low floater can gain 20 - 30% with volume
Superundervalued profitable low floater is trading ar 0.1 times sales. Will explode after profitable earnings.
Easy 3-bagger in 204 with new CEO from larger competitor SANM
Superundervalued profitable low floater is trading at 0.1 times sales. Will explode after profitable earnings. easy triple in 2014 with new CEO from larger competitor SANM
GIGM is grossly undervalued...... even with today's gain, GIGM is valued 30% below below cash value of $1.47/share and 200% below book value of $2.27.
Another bullish factor that many investors might not be aware of is the fact the CEO Collin Hwang has put his money where his mouth is by buying almost a million shares in the open market!
Going forward, the company focus is on growth markets: mobile and social casino games, and cloud computing services.
• Games business expects growth: New mobile games launches expected in the first half of 2014, followed by new social casino games.
• Cloud business forecasts growth: New cloud services expected to make initial revenue contributions in Q4 2013; multiple new services to be launched in 2014 expanding target market to larger enterprises.
Online games business
GigaMedia is investing in and repositioning its online games business to align itself with strong growth in browser/mobile games in the social casino sector. Management targets a comprehensive, multi-platform offering of self-developed browser, mobile and PC-based games by early 2014, delivering improved financial performance and lower business risk.
Cloud services business
Developed by GigaMedia as an integrated platform of critical services and tools for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), GigaCloud provides cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings. GigaCloud's hosted services enable SMEs to outsource key IT needs and increase flexibility, efficiency and competitiveness. Expansion of GigaCloud in 2014 will begin with both new hosted and new private SaaS applications and services refocused on larger SMEs; new consulting services are also planned.
Bought TSYS at $2.37 after I read your post ...Thanks!!
Micro-cap Gen Finder (MCGF) must know something about TSYS that I don't know.
Up and up every day. The chart looks great!!
SMTX is a growing and profitable contract electronic manufacturer poised to double according to SeekingAlpha article today. The company has a new CEO and has delivered a strong 3Q and is expected to deliver a better 4Q in a few weeks
Below is a summary of the various improvements achieved in 3Q 2013 over the prior quarter(s) results:
Revenues of $72.9 million up by 12.3% from the prior quarter.
Achieved positive adjusted EBITDA of $2.1 million versus $(1.3) million in the prior quarter.
Net income was $0.6 million (4c/share) and was negatively affected by two non-recurring legacy items totaling $0.51 million. This compares favorably to losses in the two prior quarters
Interim President and Chief Executive Officer Larry Silber commented: "We are pleased with the improvement in revenue over the prior quarter and our order book remains strong. Significant gains have been made across our business resulting in improved customer satisfaction. "
Mr. Silber continued, "Our short-term goals includes, successfully completing the CEO search and implementing a smooth transition plan, substantially reducing inventories, improving the efficiency and profitability of our sites, continuing to expand our business with existing customers and the pipeline for new customers, and continue with executing our strong order book."
On December 23, 2013 SMTX announced the appointment of Sushil Dhiman, a Senior VP with competitor Sanmina-SCI (SANM) as its President and Chief Executive Officer effective January 6, 2014.
Commenting on Mr. Dhiman's appointment, Executive Chairman Clarke Bailey stated: "we are pleased that our search resulted in Sushil joining SMTC as President and CEO. He brings a wealth of experience in operations, customer service and business development. I believe he is a great fit for our company and expect him to have a significant impact on the success of SMTC."
Read Friday's SeekingAlpha article on SMYT.....don't miss the boat!!
INVE's new CEO, Jason Hart (Business Week's Top CEOs Under 40 and was named 2002 Ernst & Young 'Entrepreneur of the Year"), is a man on a mission. He is selling unprofitable divisions to focus on nigh-growth areas such as contact and contactless smart cards, tokens embedded in mobile phones and tablets, NFC cashless payments and identity as a service, or SaaS or cloud-based identity management solutions are growing exponentially. According to a December 26, 2013 filing, INVE has sold a unprofitable assets that generated $5M for about $10 M.
Competitor Supercom (SPCB) has gained over 1000% in the last 52 weeks. Much of the gain was due to the acquisition of OTIV SmartID division. The combined revenues will be about $26 M compared to INVE's over $100 M. SPCB P/S ratio is 7+ compared to INVE's 0.5 times sales.
INVE’s most impressive growth areas are being seen in NFC transponders for machine-to-machine applications, electronic games, and mobile phone-based applications. The company expects a significant demand for its NFC products in the second half of 2013 for applications in games compatible with Xbox, Playstations, etc. In 2Q 2013 the company reported that they shipped 46 million transponders bringing 1H 2013 shipments on par with FY 2012 shipments.
Market research firm Deloitte projects that 300 million NFC-enabled cellphones, tablets and e-readers will be sold in 2013, and Identive is a pioneer in the advancement of complementary infrastructure-based solutions. This figure is expected to triple by 2015.
Another high-growth area with a lot of promise is the company's cloud-based Identity as a Service (IaaS) offering. The company reported several new orders for cloud-based services in 3Q 2013 including a three-year contract to issue and manage trusted credentials for an international government's healthcare program and the expansion of activities with a U.S. based Fortune 100 company. Cloud-based revenues are high-margin and recurrent.