That's accurate. Think the answer is yes. Bought 2k today. Maybe I need voice lessons or some will say I need my head examined. Ah the best laid plans.....
Meaningless drivel. Sure marsha.
This may be the start of the "get real" fun. If not we are damn close. In ANY case we have the ride of an investors lifetime ahead of us.
Something for you blowhards to munch on:
"With our Glassware 2.0 enabled Dell™ server, we were able to virtualize the applications we needed and future proof our investment in Chromebooks for our students," commented Dustin Hardin, Director of Technology of New Caney ISD, a current Glassware customer."
Revenues are coming. Big revenues. Glassware enabled Chromebooks will own the education vertical. And that is big...and only/barely the beginning.
Simple premise: Early does not equate to being wrong. Most companies at Sphere's stage would not be public at all but would be still in the VC stage. This incredibly disruptive technology is being adopted by Dell, MSFT, Ericsson, ATOS and soon others (think Google). Cyrus Capital a MULTI-BILLION $$ company does not own 20% and buying in the open market because they are stupid. They could be wrong, I could be wrong but neither of us are stupid. GlassWare in my opinion will be as well know as Intel Inside once was.
Those reading this, do yourself a favor and read the link to SA Instablog. read it twice and see what you think. It will filter out the white noise of a Yahoo MB.
Know that this is a no no so please forgive me but understand. For ch47ady to help him get the picture.
No need to feel sorry. There is something coming down the pike (many things actually) that will blow the socks off....and soon too. Things that even Warren Buffet might comprehend. Bill Gates certainly. As is the case of OSIR the short term effect of the shorts can't be underestimated. Currently the shares shorted and free float are about equal. Something has to give. I know that I am sounding like the Ozark of yesteryear but I can make a reasonable case for ANY trading at $100 in one year. Remember that the don't depend on the FDA just revenue. Stay tuned.
Did someone mention wine and celebration? My ears perked up. I used to sell grapes to Morlet Family Wines arguably the best crafter of wine in North America and likely could get some special bottles if La Tache was still out of our price range.
Love the confident chatter. Times have changed as we are on solid solid solid ground now. Stryker and Arthrex wouldn't be interested in being the front men for quasi-efficacious products. I say Hurrah!
What I know can't be distilled to a mantra but I'll try: Disruptive tech being widely, albeit quietly, recognized. I have been buying the last several days.
Not frustrated at all. Fifty cents to $5 in two years, on Nasdaq and hobnobbing with Dell, MSFT, Atos, Ericsson, GOOG. I'd say ANY is on a very favorable trajectory. Should I nullify all this because I failed to sell at $10? Only in a perfect world.
Kick me to the curb and i'll revel in the pain like a flagellant. Check out today's action and/or put a pin in my likeness. There is SO much going on and I haven't wavered one bit from this being as big as VMW($40B). ANY's tech is a disruptive as Prochymal in our wildest of wet dreams.
For laughs or weeps put it on your screen. MSFT, Dell, Atos, Ericsson, EPIC all love it. Not bad for a $200m ex-shell penny stock.