Actually an inverse correlation---Greater the decline in messages posted,
a quantum leap in % chances for substantial appreciation from current levels
near term IMHO
IMHO it's Daffy Duck---Most have a perception of Daffy being a little jittery, slightly unstable etc.---
actually he is one very smart duck and an astute investor!
Well we got the Seeking Alpha Article, and also a capital raise will be forthcoming--
Long term outlook appears to be extremely positive--Personally, I would be
ok if stock stays around current levels for awhile---Best not to get ahead of the
Will post later on JV Accounting---spent a lot of time on this over the weekend, and
have a pretty good handle on it--
Also, of course it will all depend on terms and conditions incorporated,
and whether or not "time is of the essence" will be one of the conditions.
Although you could be right, I respectfully disagree---
IMHO a lot of positive things happening---nevertheless
there are a lot of risks and as you suggest this is
not for the faint of heart and belongs (at least for now)
in the high risk component of one's capital----
Hopefully moving up the "ladder" over the nest few months.
Thank you onkey007
IMHO this company does have huge potential---will probably
need to raise additional capital---Will need to execute plan with excellence
and not too many glitches. Certainly worth having if nothing else, a
small position---to be added to as events unfold
Belongs in risk component of one's portfolio IMHO
Thank you very much
We are a world class company---need a world class website--
I tried to access Kandi Technologies Corp. website using
Google and got message---- Service Unavailable.
Not to dwell on this but do consider Website important in terms of presenting
to the global community
"An Expression of Excellence"
Desperately needs to be updated---
Somehow I seem to remember a current website last week---Must
have been a senior citizen moment---
Maybe I am missing something?----
I get to the website by clicking "Profile" on Yahoo Menu---then to the website--
References to 2010 financials?
No apologies necessary--
In the light of everything that is happening globally,
tis best that we all maintain equanimity (Lat. balaced spirit) ---
#'3 and #4 definite risk factors---I am optimistic that associated challenges will be
dealt with successfully---
IMHO Bottom line for success:(does not hurt to state the obvious):
Produce in large quantity ---quality vehicles --generating a fair profit for KNDI
Vehicles not only need to initially be perceived as excellent value by customers,
but in reality (where the rubber meets the road so to speak) our vehicles in fact will
represent an outstanding value proposition by all measures. KNDI will do
whatever it takes to ensure that this is the "Guiding North Star"
It would be great if we could see the brokerage reports and also--
how the Joint Venture is being treated
For example if Revenues $1.3 to $1.5 Billion--Theoretically KNDI gets 50%?
Impact on reported EPS?
I agree with you that investors should not be disappointed if
there is an offering sometime with stock over $20----KNDI
will need additional capital to reach full potential--
Hard to disagree with your assessment--
Unfortunately the overpaid executives component of your post
characterizes most of Corporate America.
The severance package orchestrated recently at Yahoo seems
Thanks "just" and "svs"
Hopefully the scenarios postulated will materialize over the next year or so--
Also,hopefully, someone in the next few months will post a "Seeking Alpha" type of
artclcle which would project a hypothetical model of Revenues and Earnings per Share
incorporating a Capital Raise (which would involve some dilution), and breaking down
revenues by various products and services using conservative assumptions.
Such an article would also simplly explain how the accounting for the JV is being treated
both on the balance sheet and the income statement.---(that may be more clear
following the second quarter earnings report and conference call)
With respect to the capital raise---$200,000,000+/- seems like the right number to me--
To the extent that this amountt is more than actually needed to retire all debt and finance
capital expansion--the excess could be used along with free cash flow being generated
to institute a dividend, a stock repurchase program and other shareholder friendly
initiatives.a year or so from now.
Victor Anthony covers the Internet Media sector at Topeka Capital Markets. Over the last 10 years, Mr. Anthony has covered the Media, Internet and Entertainment sectors as a Senior Associate at Lazard Capital Markets, and previously, as an Associate Director at Bear Stearns, Inc. with primary coverage responsibilities for companies in the Media and Internet sectors. Mr. Anthony helped build the team into the #3 ranked Internet team as recognized by Institutional Investor. He is a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Fox Business, and BNN discussing trends on companies such as Facebook, Amazon, eBay, and the overall Media and Internet space. His work is often quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, The Financial Times, and other financial publications. Prior to working on Wall Street, Mr. Anthony was a Regional Manager of Data Analysis and a Senior Actuarial Analyst for Cigna Healthcare and Group Health Inc. Mr. Anthony received an MBA in Finance and Accounting from the University of Rochester, Simon Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor’s Degree in Actuarial Science from Temple University.
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