will not buy a company that uses Liolios for IR. They know nothing about the business. Can't answer questions. Give wrong or misleading info. Lots of complaints against them
They said I am the new most interesting man in the world. I will now be in their commercials
Now caseyboy2 can beat off watching me on tv rather than just reading my posts
- hey Liolios, did Felker quit? "He was there last week." Great thanks for checking if he actually quit, which he did by the time I asked.
- hey Liolios, how is Ned able to sell 85% through the quarter? "He probably got legal approval". Probably? How about asking for sure if he got approval
- hey Liolios, what was up with that strategic initiative? "See 10Q". Uh, 10Q didn't even mention it.
on and on. They are USELESS. Fire these mofos. IDSY would be better served with an IR email that they respond to. Save the $100K/yr fee.
- don't bother to have an IR person. Outsource it to Liolios who refers you to SEC docs for information the docs don't contain. When they do give info, they "guess" rather than find out or they out and out lie. Companies that outsource IR obviously hate retail investors
- pay the top execs 10% of revenue for their compensation even though they seemingly do nothing
Maybe the city will license "Shields" that Uber drivers can pay for and display in their cars that allow them to drive in the city. I guess those could get expensive. Maybe they will need financing....
coincidence? The lack of news was probably more of the culprit
since Todd Felker left, Marketing has ground to a complete and utter standstill. No articles. The web page Events section is now outdated. No PR's.
don't know the exact rule, but we could make it quite uncomfortable for him. After doing the cashless exercise, and paying the taxes, he really din't walk away with much. Not worth it so close to end of quarter
all the deal announced this quarter were the 5 year SaaS type. This is the lowest news flow quarter in memory. Possibly ever. and yet Ned was a big seller 85% through the quarter. For his sake, they better meet numbers
Looks like a record quarter. $16.6M in revenue, 570K coins, 460K cards. First time combined certs go over 1.1M. There should be a good cash add getting cash back above $18M. In 6 months, half of their discontinued lease expense ends. Will free up about $400K/yr or 5c/sh. Momentum into the next quarter appears good, not great. Backlogs are not as high as they have been but it could be because they have finally figured out a better procedure to optimize grading times. Folks are reporting fast turnaround times which is spurring on more folks to submit coins.
Stock yields 7% at these levels.
Uber is reportedly operating at a loss of close to half a billion dollars, according to a bond prospectus viewed by Bloomberg.
The Bloomberg report showed $470 million in operating losses with $415 million in revenue, but the report said it was not clear whether the numbers were the results of one quarter, a full year, or some other time period. Nor does it say when the financial numbers are from.
"These are substantially old numbers that do not reflect business activities today," an Uber spokesperson told Business Insider. The company declined to clarify the time period or time frame for the numbers, but it has said that the prospectus was not being distributed by Uber.
Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that the ride-hailing app was raising new funding from Chinese investment management firm Hillhouse Capital Group. It was rumored the amount could be as high as $1 billion, though another source told WSJ the final investment is likely to be "hundreds of millions of dollars."
the short interest of almost 3M shares (out of 24.4M) is overwhelming. It is THE story. There could be no Uber and the stock would still be down due to that massive amount of shorting