02 October 2014
copy the above and paste it into your search. click on link at top of the list and go to Table 2.
Prove what? That the doctor is in stable condition? That the hp was instrumental in improving his condition? Your mental capacity?
Go to Google. Enter: Epidemiological update: outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa into your search. Set search option for Past 24 hrs so you don't get older one. Click on the Epidemiological Update. Scroll down to Table 2. Mawanda is listed 4th from the bottom, date Oct 02, from Sierra Leone. Look to the right 3 columns to see status and confirmation.
At least the hp didn't exacerbate the good doctor's condition. It might have even saved his life. Stable is good when it comes to ebola.
Pham got plasma transfusion from Brantley a doctor who had been treated and recovered. The doctor in Germany is in stable condition.
Have to assume AEMD hemopurifier was instrumental in elevating his condition.
I'm wondering if they aren't using AEMD hp on all these patients. All of a sudden the cameraman in Nebraska is going home. Vinson and Pham are ok. The nurse in Spain. The Ugandan in Frankfurt. Could it be? Wouldn't it be something to hit the field in Africa running with hp and wipe this outbreak out.
Sold EGHT and INFN this a.m. Have LVLT on the block for Tuesday's earnings. Might hold, might sell. Plowing profits into beat down microcaps. WYY, OTIV, NEON, etc. AAPL, FB, BABA, YHOO are my big plays now. Spec risks AEMD, TROV and DVAX are priced to move later next year.
Here's the thing. At least every other printer sold globally the next 2 yrs will have NEON Z-force touch interface on it. Amazon is back. Auto is still there. And maybe, just maybe a major break in the PC market pending. Trading at 1.79 5 days ago. Hit 2.70 in premarket today. Nearly 9 million shorts have to cover. Get the picture?
Hurts when they squeeze those nads, eh? Consider there are millions, probably tens of millions of WYY shares bought for below 1.00 Accumulation is a slow process whereby the holders have to be continually frightened off their position. Check back in a year and the same conversation will still be occurring but the pps will be in a different range, certainly north of 2.
C'mon guys, what you going to do, sell the pop if news? I'm willing to wait until 11/25 for their qtr numbers for news. That's only thing that will really move this. Might have to wait until March to see Apple Pay impact. Hopefully they can beat $7m revenue in Nov. Other than getting huge lock contract for million readers what is there to say?
This reminds me of WYY, another of my holdings. WYY filed a $25 million shelf to ramp up for $600 million BPA they had won from Homeland Security. Shelf was filled at 1.35 when stock was trading at 1.60. This was January of this year. Of course everybody was scam this scam that. Stock fell all the way to 1.25. Stock now at 1.66, been to 2 a couple of times since. In the meantime like here, there were packs of jackals trying to pry shares away from shareholders by claiming pump and dump, fraud, no value to the company, etc. Soon WYY will be a double from 1.35 I expect it will occur less than a year after the shelf, which was in January 2014.
So, OTIV is filing a shelf for $50 million. Big deal. Ivy still sitting on all his shares. What are they ramping up for? My guess is mass adoption of NFC technologies. Of course I might be wrong. Maybe they don't have any intellectual IP in this area. Maybe revenue didn't really jump $2 million past qtr from previous qtr. Hell, maybe NFC is just a hoax and these Israelis are scamming me for my money like some of the idiots on this board insist. Even so, I like my chances here. NFC is a global phenomenon which is poised for geometric growth. Readers will be needed in all the usual places, banks, vending machines, fuel pumps, etc. and in places you can't even imagine today as the technology becomes mainstream. I expect OTIV might even sell a few of those WAVE's along the way for the gazillion phones out there that are not pre-loaded NFC compliant but whose users want a secure means to conduct NFC transactions. You think?
Do your own due diligence but don't let a bunch of snarky idiots be part of your equation.
According to the new market research report, now available on ASDReports, "Fingerprint Sensors Market by Type (Swipe And Area), Material (Optical Prism, Pizeoelectric, Capacitive,and Adhesives), Application (Mobile Devices, Government, Defense, Healthcare, Commercial Security and Banking & Finance), and Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2014 - 2020", the global fingerprint sensor market is projected to cross $14.35 Billion by 2020, growing at a high CAGR of 16.8% from 2014 to 2020.
Today, using biometrics for authentication purpose provides greater convenience and reliability. Fingerprint sensors are the leading biometric technology in consumer electronics, equipped with secured authentication system. In recent times, smartphones, tablets, and PDAs are becoming the most indispensable gadget of our everyday lives. Fingerprint sensors enable fast, secure, and reliable access to smartphone as lots of personal information like contacts, payment details, texts, location data, and mails are stored in some kind of encrypted form on the phone.
The fingerprint sensors are having wide application not only in mobiles but also in areas such as government, criminal identification, defense, travel and migration, banking and finance, healthcare, smart homes, and commercial security.
The fingerprint sensor market is segmented into five categories that include materials used, sensor types, biometric types, application, and geography. This report divides the overall market into four main geographical segments, namely North America, Europe, APAC, and ROW. APAC is currently the highest contributor in terms of the market growth as compared to the other regions.
The leading companies in the fingerprint sensor market covered in the report are AuthenTec Inc. (owned by Apple, Inc.), Synaptics (U.S.), Fingerprint Cards AB (Sweden), IDEX ASA (Norway), Next Biometric (Norway), Atmel Corporation (U.S.), Fujitsu Ltd (Japan), BIO-key International Inc. (U.S.), 3M (U.S.), Infineon Techn
This is the part of buy low sell high that most don't get. The NFC market is set to boom the next 5 years. These guys are positioned better than most to benefit. Can't wait until Google or NCR or Fujitsu come sniffing around for their reader technology. Just a matter of time. In the meantime, I hope every one of you suckers panic and sell everything you have. I have plenty of dry powder left for this one.