Could you list reasons your backing up the truck to buy more stock?
Was it Cui's Tweets, that has you overly bullish or the profit on sales?
Simple- if you own the stock you must be committed to the stock, as there isn't a daily trade factor attached. I'm thinking of adding more shares and putting this thing back at $3.21. Your seeing normal profit-taking and Hors d'oeuvres market makers working over trading stock.
Most folks have been waiting for EMAN to cross the divide: both profit and development activities. While- profit isn't a shoe-in, evidence of break-even dollar figure is better defined. And completion of HMD could shed light on revenue potential vs speculative derived eps forecast. So- outside of PPS discount or non-parity to group- valuation, underlining events mentioned provide way for possible catalyst event/s. Stay tuned- rubber hasn't met the road yet.
Earnings showed cash preservation is possible (No cap raise in years is a good thing). And with product volume combined with leveraging of fixed cost, earnings are possible. HMD is a big thing if praise is received and name plate partner is identified. So with the earnings guess out of the way- its showtime. PPS will be in the $4-s or higher should ducks align?
Volume will resurface- low P/S ratio vs peers and possible game changing product within sector, still in search for the best in breed?
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Any sharp selling (which isn't ruled out by any means) should be offset by closer view of new product capabilities and or partnership details? Both events- could have milestone feel and push stock well beyond this sand-box price level witnessing today.
Mo, Larry, and Curly are getting involved. Dreams of grandiose market/product placement are setting up (warranting higher pps- if sweet spot with HMD is revealed in printed word)..
Margins are important analyst know better-
They mentioned ut I think our goal is to get back to a 50% gross margin. We had 39% here and with a little more yield improvement and some little revenue improvement and maintaining control on the cost, I think we can get there.
Considering all of the jail time- the fact they haven't used up their cash reserves in say 5 years, speaks to good cash management. AND last quarter demonstrated when cost ducks are in line, that eventual product volume could translate into monstrous future EPS.