My price target has one more zero at the end.
$200 by 2020..
I guess by then, warbird will have as much debt as the federal government.
We know that insiders were buying in the $11's, so I would bet they know this is a blowout quarter,
The question is, how obscene will it be?
$38 million, $40 million, $50 million plus!!!!
Will they announce NYC on the conference call?
Or perhaps a small village, called Prarieville.
I think Taser will be at an all time high within 12-18 months.
And if you follow charts and support / resistance, once you break out of a multi year double top, you can run for a long time.
Run Taser, run.
Are these short idiots now in panic mode, or do they think we will sell them our share at $16, so they can get $30 when the deal is done.
Any analyst that is that out of touch should be fired immediately.
These dopes have no accountability.
My neighbor Joe was talking to his daughter's math teacher, who said that he heard somebody at McDonald's tell their friend that they heard from an undisclosed source that BBRY will be bought out for $22 share.
Good grief, longs, sell now or reap the benefits of greater tax write offs in 2014.
I am out of this POS, and I think the management should be executed.
You can hear JPM, talking about a blowout quarter.
And if you hold your breath for a few seconds, I can swear they are using whisper numbers..
41 million in revenue, and earnings of 21 cents / share..
I hope other companies think this is true, and that they will bid higher.
I wonder what management thinks.
Did they have personal financial issues?
The fact that they sold so low (in all our opinions), leads me to believe they will miss second half guidance (units sold), and just want out.
One man's garbage is someone else's treasure.
Stryker will bring this technology into the major leagues and make a lot of money off it.
I hope Stryker sells off so that i can buy them cheap...
If management accepted the offer, and assuming they know more about the company than we do, then maybe they see problems with future products / services.
I thought they were in the first inning of the first game of the season, and with future opportunities (shoulders), along with partial and total hip / knee, and people living longer, they had a great future.
They could have used better leadership and probably Stryker's relationships, but it still seems they sold too low.
It is obvious people see value in MAKO.
Stryker thinks @ $30 per share, they can make money off this.
So, does MAKO need help, and what is their fair value?
When he has the news in advance, that's OK.
When Goldman Sacks has the news in advance, that's OK.
When somebody else has the news in advance, it is monkey business.
I smell a L O S E R..