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applengineer 258 posts  |  Last Activity: 1 hour 20 minutes ago Member since: Jun 23, 2010
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  • with multiple aliases. Pure desperation - making longs look like complete idiots - not that they already do, but come on. Too funny.

  • Again, this YMB shows the extreme desperaiton of underwater longs - too stupid to blame themselves for making a horrific investment decision.

  • applengineer applengineer 1 hour 24 minutes ago Flag

    Come again fool? You're comitting malicious libelous defamation andf don't even realize it. How old are you?

  • Pathetic desperately underwater longs on this pathetic stock.

  • applengineer applengineer 1 hour 30 minutes ago Flag

    Go for it and I can serve you a civil suit too.

  • disguised as a desperate underwater long.

  • applengineer applengineer 1 hour 37 minutes ago Flag

    Another fake applengineer imposter, who's nothing more than the typical desperate (with lies, deceit, and mockery) long pump'ndumper. APPLENQINEER will ride it to $1.

  • applengineer applengineer 3 hours ago Flag

    And I'm willing to bet if Greg had his way with Enron (ENE), he'd have fought tooth'nnail to allow ENE to exist under NNG. The word "integrity" doesn't seem to exist in Greg's vocabulary.

  • Reply to

    2015 Marcum MicroCap Conference

    by applenqineer 17 hours ago
    applengineer applengineer 8 hours ago Flag

    Another fake applengineer imposter, who's nothing more than the typical desperate (with lies, deceit, and mockery) long pump'ndumper. APPLENQINEER will ride it to $1..

  • applengineer applengineer 8 hours ago Flag

    Another fake applengineer imposter, who's nothing more than the typical desperate (with lies, deceit, and mockery) long pump'ndumper. APPLENQINEER will ride it to $1.

  • applengineer applengineer 21 hours ago Flag

    BTW, I think CB feels vindicated on his first short Orient Paper (ONP). Drew Berstein (the B in MBP) slammed CB relentlessly as Bernstein sat on ONP's board and audit committee - and then guess what, Berstein resigned as audit chief and director of ONP "for personal reasons" before year-end 2014. So who was right on that call....Bernstein? I don't think so.

  • applengineer applengineer 21 hours ago Flag

    What's a "clean bill of health audit" OPINION? A 20-f from an accounting firm like MBP that specializes in signing off for fraud-alleged Chinese companies means almost nothing. MBP has signed off on Chinese companies that have been delisted due to fraud.

    On April 30, 2013, Ambow Education said it hired MBP as its new auditor after, coincidentally, PricewaterhouseCoopers Zhong Tian resigned as its auditor. That's not the only coincidence for Ambow and NQ Mobile either, it seems. One of the new board members that NQ Mobile announced on July 3, 2014, Justin Chen, was also added to the board of Ambow on March 19, 2013. Currently, the stock of Ambow is trading over-the-counter for pennies.

    On September 26, 2011, AutoChina International also announced it hired MBP as its new auditor, after dismissing PwC like NQ Mobile. The stock of AutoChina was delisted soon afterwards, and later in 2012, the SEC alleged AutoChina of stock manipulation.

    On August 16, 2011, Yuhe International announced Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk as its new auditor. In the press release, it said its previous auditor "Child, Van Wagoner & Bradshaw, PLLC resigned on June 17, 2011, and withdrew its auditor's opinion on Yuhe's financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2010 based on management's misrepresentation and failure to disclose material facts surrounding certain acquisition transactions and off balance sheet related party transactions."

    On May 5, 2011, ShengdaTech announced its auditor KPMG had resigned on April 29, 2011. On June 28, 2011, it hired MBP as its new auditor. ShengdaTech was eventually delisted from the Nasdaq. The exchange cited issues with its accounting and operational practices, obstructing investigations, and refusing to present all the necessary information as the reasons.

    Can you name one MBP clients that isn't a penny stock, micro cap, or Chinese reverse merger besides NQ? Can you even name one? I didn't think so.

  • applengineer applengineer 23 hours ago Flag

    Self recommendations will NEVER make your beloved stock rise, you fool.

  • 'Tis the official NQ Bagholders Club slogan - and the #1 reason why NQ shareholders have seen their portfolios shrink 85% in the face of record highs for the indices.

  • applengineer applengineer 23 hours ago Flag

    Greg, so your answer "Give it a rest Appleturd, tell us something we don't know" tells me you're more delusional than previously thought. So you "already know" about these MQ mgt #$%$-ups and you're still a shareholder, wow.

  • applengineer applengineer Apr 18, 2015 7:04 PM Flag

    Correction on #11: Yidatong, the alleged round-trip SP partner, mysteriously became immaterial to NQ's revenue stream - from 22.1% in 2012 down to 1.9% in 2014 (as per 20F filed in March 2015). For all practical purposes, NQ put Yidatong "out of business". Feiliu's MDM to YDT controversies: no mere coincidences in the life of Netqin. Ask the ex-CEO who disappeared for 5 months for apparently no reason, only to materialized over Chinese New Year from behind the scenes.

  • Blame NQ mgt for charades, missteps, and blunders + blame longs even more for believing in fairytales:
    1) Shorts didn't cause the the resignations of one CEO, two CFOs, one audit committee chairperson, two directors, one VP of Communications, and one IR manager.
    2) Shorts didn't cause NQ to issue $20mil/qtr in share-based comp and $20 mil/qtr in EPS losses.
    3) Shorts didn't cause NQ to buy a gross of non-core companies, and one outrageous hook-up like site in the past two years.
    4) Shorts didn't cause NQ to dilute investors from 194mil shares to 440 mil shares between 2011-2014 to fund 2) and 3).
    5) Shorts didn't cause NQ's gross margins to plunge 50% YOY.
    6) Shorts didn't cause NQ to dump one of their only two holy grail assets into an RTO with a t-shirt company riddled with past fraud.
    7) Shorts didn't cause NQ to realize a massive defection of their core competency of NQ Mobile Security users
    8) Shorts didn't cause PwC to refuse to sign off on the long awaited 20-F
    9) Shorts didn't cause Co-CEO Omar Khan to be paid 3.8 mil ADS over 4 years, but then be able to name only one province NQ does business in.
    10) Shorts didn't cause one CEO to disappear for 5 months
    11) Shorts didn't cause the alleged round-trip partner Yidatong' s contribution to NQ revenue to plunge from over 25% to below 10%.
    12) Shorts didn't cause the removal (and continued absence) of FL Mobile's publisher account from iTunes
    13) Shorts didn't cause NQ mgt to ratify an increase of authorized shares from 560 mil to 1.56 bil.
    14) Shorts didn't cause Piper Jaffray, Wedge, Canaccord and all analysts with the exception of Freddy from Kansas to abandon coverage.
    15) Shorts didn't cause NQ's $173 mil bond to crash to the current $65, yielding almost 20%.
    16) Shorts didn't cause Sprint not to roll out NQ Live on every smartphone sold by end of 2014, as announced by Gavin Kim.
    17) Shorts didn't cause the three founders of NQ to have total control over shareholders rights with 500 mil votes issued to RPL

  • applengineer applengineer Apr 15, 2015 5:08 PM Flag

    Dangoschit:
    1) Carson Block didn't cause the the resignations of one CEO, two CFOs, one audit committee chairperson, two directors, one VP of Communications, and one IR manager.
    2) Carson Block didn't cause NQ to issue $20mil/qtr in share-based comp vs. $20 mil/qtr in EPS losses.
    3) Carson Block didn't cause NQ to buy a gross of non-core companies, and one outrageous hook-up like site in the past two years.
    4) Carson Block didn't cause NQ to dilute investors from 194mil shares to 440 mil shares between 2011-2014 to fund 2) and 3).
    5) Carson Block didn't cause NQ's gross margins to plunge 50%
    6) Carson Block didn't cause NQ to dump one of their only two holy grail assets into an RTO with a t-shirt company riddled with past fraud.
    7) Carson Block didn't cause NQ to realize a massive defection of their core competency of NQ Mobile Security users
    8) Carson Block didn't cause PwC to refuse to sign off on the long awaited 20-F
    9) Carson Block didn't cause Co-CEO Omar Khan to be paid 3.8 mil ADS over 4 years, but then be able to name only one province NQ does business in.
    10) Carson Block didn't cause one CEO to disappear for 5 months
    11) Carson Block didn't cause the alleged round-trip partner Yidatong' s contribution to NQ revenue to plunge from over 25% to below 10%.
    12) Carson Block didn't cause the removal (and continued absence) of FL Mobile's publisher account from iTunes
    13) Carson Block didn't cause NQ mgt to ratify an increase of authorized shares from 560 mil to 1.56 bil.
    14) Carson Block didn't cause Piper Jaffray, Wedge, Canaccord and all analysts with the exception of Freddy from Kansas to abandon coverage.
    15) Carson Block didn't cause NQ's $173 mil bond to crash to the current $65, yielding almost 20%.
    16) Carson Block didn't cause Sprint not to roll out NQ Live on every smartphone sold by end of 2014, as announced by Gavin Kim.
    17) CB didn't cause the three founders of NQ to have total control over shareholders rights with 500 mil votes issued through RP

  • Reply to

    A Guide To NQ Mobile Expansion And Growth

    by surendar5124 Jan 27, 2015 12:04 AM
    applengineer applengineer Apr 14, 2015 10:49 AM Flag

    v-Life: NQ Mobile paid approximately $105 mil in cash and stock (class A equivalent of over 6 mil ADS shares) for a 68% stake, which contributed to 10% shareholder dilution in 2014 alone. So with a post-money valuation of $105mil, NQ shareholders have essentially a dynamic wallpaper company that gives away product for free to consumers. A look at an earlier posters claim of 80mil downloads from Huawei alone seems outlandish, Why?
    A quick look at VLife's About Us page shows the company making the following statement: "over 80mil users downloaded".
    Firstly, how can they all be derived from one handset partner, Huawei?
    To boot, a look at China's top app stores shows the following number of VLife downloads:
    Baidu - 9,770,000 downloads
    91 Wireless - 890,000 downloads
    Qihoo360 - 220,000 downloads
    Tencent - 190,000 downloads
    and for kicks, Google Play (although not a China barometer) - 13,123 downloads
    Total between the 5 stores is a smudge over 20mil downloads.
    AppAnnie has VLife ranked #87 of all wallpaper apps in China and #287 of all personalization apps in China - odd for 80mil users in a 1.25bil user market (7% of all Chinese use VLife?)
    Even if you were to believe in 80mil downloads, you would have to accept that users will update and download the app multiple times, users will have more than one device, so each download does not correspond to a unique users.
    Earlier, I've written about my thoughts on monetization and compared VLife to GOMO. The moment NQ tries to monetize vLife with interstitial or display ads, user experience and corresponding users plummet. Investors should pay close attention to GOMO as a proxy.
    In summary, a dynamic wallpaper (or NQLive for that matter) is a battery, processor, and memory hog. As for NQLive, Sprint has yet to launch Sprint Live powered by NQ - as was announced would be on every Sprint handset sold by end of 2014 (NQ press release in January 2014). NQ Live: a game changing next generation in mobile spam with puny rev potential.

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    Applengineer is a clown

    by khansos Apr 9, 2015 4:06 PM
    applengineer applengineer Apr 9, 2015 4:39 PM Flag

    Like a middle school teachers pet, you got me khansas - bet you can't wait for the next district spelling bee. What if I told you I speak 4 languages with fluency, can you give me a pass on the spell-o?

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