With earnings overdue and little news to back up the extremely optimistic tone on the Conference Calls, investors are moving to the sidelines and wondering what is happening. Management, the shareholders are in the dark - time to enlighten them with some announcements
Sure hope that TISA management doesn't go silent for another 3 months until the next conference call. Looks like we are losing some of the goodwill from the last call as investors realize this management doesn't keep investors informed. Sell the company to the highest corporate bidder while there are buyers.
If TISA stock couldn't go up in a bull market, it is not going to find much investment enthusiasm in a bear market. Either business and announcements are going to have to pick up sharply or my own feeling is the company should be sold while the window is still open.
Need some management clarity on what the big capital raise was intended for. Probably some who bought the deal at 12 are wondering the same thing and causing pressure on the stock. Hopefully an earnings announcement date and a crisp conference call will bring some answers. Markets abhor uncertainty.
All the pieces are there for TISA to become a powerful force in the mobile banking space. Maybe this time it will happen but it certainly has been a long time in coming and it just seems that a major player could make it happen far faster than TISA. Of course they would have to pay a far higher price than the current $4.20 which is roughly the price it has been at for several years. Would be hard to believe that with this mobile banking win that someone is not looking at them now as one of the few independents left.
With MITK having a market cap above $110 million and TISA having greater sales and making inroads into MITK's financial market, maybe we can move our $60 million market cap closer to MITK's
Well it finally feels like we might have some momentum with a few accelerating growth quarters to come based off of the guidance. Not sure why management never reported the 2 contracts that went from Q1 into Q2 or anything else for that matter. There is a penalty imbedded in the stock price because of the reticence of management to disclose much info for competitive reasons. One would think they were building a defense system for the USA. A little more clarity and candidness by management would go a long way. Maybe now that the company may have finally turned the corner will make management more forthcoming. After all, last I checked, it is the shareholders who own the company.
All in all, nice turnaround and we all have our fingers and toes crossed that it lasts for more than this quarter.
Could management possibly have a positive surprise after not saying anything all quarter. Stay tuned, they will have a lot of explaining to do should they disappoint again since the last conf call certainly led investors to believe that this would be a very good quarter. Maybe Mr. Nakar will even show up on the conference call to explain his more than 4 year turnaround plan for TISA.
Early call, but quite confident that today is a Groundhog Day. Hopefully some sort of positive announcement comes before the conference call on Tuesday because this quarter has brought very little information of relevance to the TISA investor. Two more days till payday Friday for management.
Nothing like a mid level management change to get investors excited, maybe he can convince management to sell the company. Groundhog Day
and so ends another typical day for a TISA shareholder - no volume, down 2 cents. Management gets paid for another day's work. Best job in the world is being in charge of Public Relations for TISA, basically there is nothing to say. Just call me a totally frustrated holder of TISA stock who only holds on because there comes a point where even Nakar is going to want to sell this company as our aging leader realizes he needs the money for his retirement and he must sell while there are many buyers. Although the ineptness of this management tells me that they will decide to sell only when the market finally collapses.
Almost certain Groundhog Day as management silence continues. Seems like there will be a lot to answer to on the Conference Call. Maybe they are saving all their announcements for the day or two before the CC or even better announce the sale of the company. One can dream, can't they.
It's Friday so Groundhog Day becomes Groundhog Week - but it is already Groundhog Year with this management that says nothing but gets paid every Friday. Our best hope is that they are working to sell the company because they sure ain't announcing any contracts lately. Maybe Monday ????
Volume comes in and is met by the Endless Seller. Maybe Mr. Nakar is throwing in the towel since he is one of the few investors who has this sort of size and of course he wouldn't have to report it till year end [since they don't have to follow USA rules]. I truly doubt this scenario but with this inept management it is hard to know anything
No volume, no interest, slightly down. Another Groundhog Day. With earnings announcement day approaching it is hard to believe we have had so few updates since the last conference call despite the bullish pronouncements given on that call. Let's hope they are in the process of selling the company because as I have been saying for almost a year, that is our best outcome. There is no doubt that TISA sells where it does because of a management discount that hopefully other companies could rectify.
Another day another Groundhog day. Is management even working because from the announcements this quarter not much is happening. Of course if they are working on the sale of the company that would be a good reason for the silence. Best we can hope for is that they cancel out of one of their upcoming conferences but that is more than likely wishful thinking.
Pretty obvious that there is a large seller back in TISA. Will be interesting if management has anything new to say at some of their presentations coming up or will it be the same standard speech which no one seems to react to having heard it so many times