the pre-dividend announcement mania started early. With an avg 12% gain from announcement to ex-div date, it is possible this hits $25 in this earnings cycle. Throw in 655K shorts and a low float and who knows?
2800 shares. I only mention it because there are days when that's all we get for the whole day. Now before a 3 day weekend we get AH trading?
This BOD is being brought in to pretty up the company and sell it. They have a history of doing this. They will make some splashes with IP lawsuits. With some luck, the core business can sustain the company profitably until this is done so they don't have to sell at a fire sale price.
I would take $8, but with some luck they can get $12 within one year
My saying your were spandex was sarcasm and a poke at spandex. I guess that wasn't clear.
did you ever check out CLCT? Great company, great management, fantastic dividend
also IDSY just fired their CEO and entire BOD and put the founder back in charge. The founder has nominated a slate of highly qualified people for the BOD. They are at an inflection point
The IP and contract lawyer would have never agreed to the non-compete and Avis accepting 4999 units to prolong the non-compete by 9 months. He would have also sued when Avis bought ZIP. A move that clearly Ehrman regrets now. IDSY should have sued ZIP
I like it. I see patent suits in the future. I see potential fund raising. I see a more focused company with better oversight. I see better communication with Wall Street houses
I think we are at the inflection point
These guys look real good. Big improvement over the dead wood we used to have. Hence today's spike.
It seems Ehrman is going to take a different approach with the patents. He is going to start suing. Jagid was a pvssy.
Stanford Buddy? Investment Banker can get company more money
Tony Trousset is a partner and founder of Atlas Technology Group LLC, which Mr. Trousset founded in November 2009. Mr. Trousset has worked in the technology industry for 18+ years as an investment banker, venture capitalist and corporate executive. Mr. Trousset’s previous experience includes: Global Head of Software Investment Banking and Co-Head of the West Coast Technology Investment Banking Group at Lehman Brothers, where he served from 2005 through 2008; Global Head of Software Investment Banking at UBS AG, where he served from 2001 through 2005; VP and Head of Corporate Development at SAS Institute, Inc, where he served during 2005; and Co-Founder of venture capital firm Bluevector, which Mr. Trousset founded in 2001. Tony received BA and MA degrees from Stanford University. Mr. Trousset is also a board member of the San Francisco Symphony.
One guy is an IP lawyer. I think we are going to go after Avis!!!
Mr. Brakebill spent most of his career in the San Francisco office at Morrison & Foerster, a global law firm with one of the top litigation practices in the country, especially in intellectual property. He joined the firm in 1998, became a partner in 2005 and retired from the firm in January 2010. He primarily represented technology companies, both in the hardware and software sectors, in bet-the-company type intellectual property cases involving disputes over patents, copyrights and contracts concerning use of technology. Mr. Brakebill has significant trial experience. Most recently, he was part of the trial team that successfully represented Novell in a high-profile case in federal court in Utah concerning ownership of the copyrights to the UNIX operating system. Mr. Brakebill also was part of the trial teams that successfully represented Altera Corporation in federal court in California, first defending Altera and its reprogrammable logic device technology from claims of patent infringement by Xilinx and later successfully prosecuting a mask-work and tortious interference with contract claim against chip-maker Clear Logic Corporation. In addition to his intellectual property work, Mr. Brakebill devoted substantial pro bono time to 4 th Amendment civil rights cases. In December 2006, he was the recipient of an “Angel Award” as one of California’s top pro bono lawyers. Mr. Brakebill received his undergraduate degree with Honors from Stanford University. He attended Harvard Law School and the University of California, Hastings, from which he received his JD in 1997.
the want you to google "underground stock a???" to thus raise that sites google placement and generate clicks on that site. If 1/1000 people click on it, they can make millions.
NGC announced they just graded their 30 millionth coin yesterday. They appear to be running at a 10%-20% faster coin cert rate than PCGS. They also tend to grade more lower value modern coins. So profit margin is higher at PCGS.
I will admit spandex had me fooled at first. He was in CAMP at a low price and claimed to have made a boatload of money. He was telling everyone to sell over $10 (it went to $34) and said he was taking a big stake in CDTI. So I bought a little. I knew not soon after he was full of it. CAMP went much higher and CDTI was a near BK turd. I am sure based on the volume that there were many who who hurt in a great way by this clown.
in the next year?
in the next 5 years?
in 20 years?