Dont be silly. Shorts have won. We need to just stop the bleeding and live to fight another day - which I'm not so sure is doable with the current management team.
Problem is he and a few longs are still indiscriminately pumping. Take it in stride and never get too excited about NQ until they start showing some results. No matter what pumping Matt is telling you.
He did say that. I'm hoping for a pleasant surprise on ER and guidance in mid-March.
any ideas how (or how much) this translate to revenue for vLife?
i'm a long but 80m buyback approval does not mean entire amount will be executed this year. doesn't look like they have been buying aggressively. just being realistic.
That seems to be the story with NQ one wait after another but always disappointing in the end. Most of the market have given up on this one and who can blame them with a mentally challenged management team and no visibility.
nobody believes the business. comes down to poor communication.
Nice write up. Thanks. A concern is the valuation, being discussed here and else where, for NQ share of TF is getting smaller and much less than the $570+ valuation management put out in the MOU?
T&J Are you serious? We have nothing to prove that either Vincent or management are market savvy? Hope you're right but I think it's this kind of bullish sentiment that has put me in the biggest hole of my life.
for starter: 1) 'only a matter of days not weeks for 20f back..' in may 2) we're no able to buyback due to legal reasons with RM on conf call...the a few days later they can bb after share price tanked. There are many other instances but i'm over these idiots and dont want to waste too much time on them..
speaking of ethics and morals, what do you think about management lying and holing out on shareholders, in return tanking share price and allowing for cheaper buyback?
Yep Omar is limp #$%$ manager and the rest of the team isn't even worth mentioning. Sad bunch indeed.
Topeka set the bar so low NQ's likely to blow the roof off by year end.