Thanks for the honest opinion BW. More like 2.5 billion and counting. I think they might make it....but it's a long shot. As you know management is the key. I'll most likely bet some gambling money on them. I own two core stocks that started out as lower listed pinks and did the reverse split to get up-listed. Both are up over 100% since and one is paying a 6% dividend. GL and thanks again.
How's it going? I know you're a beverage guy...so I wanted to run this stock by you. Warning...it's a fully reporting penny stock. Every tiny company has to start somewhere though and this one releases its products in NY and CA in August. The company is Minerco...MINE. Very little revenue so far with 2.5 billion shares outstanding with AS increasing to 3.5 billion soon. Trading around $.01/share. Their new products to be released are Vitamin Fizz, Coffee boost and just awarded rights to Vitamin Creamer.
I still remember you picking HANS at $5. By the way...my last tip to you ORBC is up 200% since.:) They have a satellite launch by Spacex scheduled for Monday morning...that's been planned for 5 years! It's been delayed about 10 times...so fingers crossed.
Management is the key to every good company. I learned in my first advanced stock class...that good management can overcome bad problems...but bad management can ruin good companies with great products. It's the truest lesson I've ever learned in the investment world.
Why the guessing game Z...unless you're accumulating?
By the way the micro cap leader in M2M ORBC has a satellite launch Monday morning...just before the open. It's my largest holding and I've waited two years for this launch by SpaceX.:) Rock on Vecima!!!
I'd say the investment world is counting on a launch Monday. With our luck so far...I'd bet we have another delay.:) Waiting for T-minus .00!
I might agree on the delay...but they stated the entire fleet would be outfitted this quarter. And to say they are losing 2 old subscribers for every gain is not true. Just look at subscriber growth over the past year.
Yeah I was looking at MELA and VRSEF at the same time. My gut told me that MELA's management was smoke & mirrors from listening to him on a conference call. At first I thought MELA was a better bet...because they had FDA approval. But in the end my gut was right. How new management does with MELA...time will tell. So far VESEF's stock hasn't done much better...but at least they weren't forced to do a reverse split.
It's not my field...so I don't really know that much about either product. Again my gut tells me VRSEF's product is a little easier and faster to use with more applications than MELA's product. Plus with Core and other research devices in the works....I have a feeling sales will ramp over the next couple of years.
Seriously...did you read the same PR I did? You don't consider 1000 subscribers large? This is an end to end solution and this new customer is growing rapidly. And...it is being entirely completed by this quarter. You must be short ORBC and long IDSY.:) By the way...CAMP won a 5 year 1000 customer contract a few hours away from me, as announed in their PR today.
Yeah I agree. I have been traveling the easy coast this week. Every stop light I look for all of the new technology attached on the poles. I'm sure most of that monitoring is being streamed and stored some where. It's just an awesome sector for a growing company like hill.
I agree friend. I thought it was a well written article that pointed out both positives and negatives. All of that money for new acquisitions will result in higher revenues and profits than predicted too. Also...until the satellites launch successfully....that risk is there.
ORBCOMM Inc. (ORBC), a global provider of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions, today announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Marc Eisenberg, received the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2014 New Jersey Award in the Communications and Marketing category. The award recognizes outstanding entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Mr. Eisenberg was selected by an independent panel of judges, and the award was presented at a special gala event at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick on Thursday, June 26.
“I am honored to receive this prestigious award along with some of New Jersey’s most talented and driven entrepreneurs,” said Marc Eisenberg, ORBCOMM’s Chief Executive Officer. “This award is a testament to the innovation, energy and dedication of our outstanding team. I am very proud of the tremendous growth and success we have achieved thus far, but I believe the best is yet to come.”
Now in its 28th year, the program has honored the inspirational leadership of such entrepreneurs as Howard Schultz of Starbucks Coffee Company, Pierre Omidyar of eBay, Inc., and Mindy Grossman of HSN. Recent US national winners include Reid Hoffman and Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn; Hamdi Ulukaya, founder of Chobani; and 2013 winner Hamid Moghadam, CEO and Chairman of Prologis.
As a New Jersey award winner, Mr. Eisenberg is now eligible for consideration for the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2014 national program. Award winners in several national categories, as well as the Entrepreneur Of The Year National Overall Award winner, will be announced at the annual awards gala in Palm Springs, California, on November 15, 2014. The awards are the culminating event of the EY Strategic Growth Forum®, the nation’s most prestigious gathering of high-growth, market-leading companies.
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You're welcome Jim. I said $4.50 was a key mark to break...a couple of months back. Now, $5/share will be a key price to pierce and close above. If revenue unfolds in the second half like management is predicting...we should keep on rolling. I'm still waiting on that divi news from that other stock and have one coming soon from AIRI.
It sure can't hurt CEMI the way I see it...as their future competitor is in disarray. Same thing CEMI went thru this past year.
As long as HILL doesn't warn about this quarter over the next week...we should be good to go for new highs soon. Fingers crossed.
For sure. Hope nobody here lost on it. HILL's chart is looking solid....as they keep winning new contracts monthly. Hope to see the 52 week high of $6.06/share broken by this fall.
I agree. Several stocks that were being added to the Russell 2000 had almost the same action. You would think the reverse would happen......but I guess it has over the past weeks and at the close shares were paired correctly.