when spanspur owns some stock, he pumps it with outrageous lies. When he doesn't own, he jabbers on incessantly saying nothing. He is a vile POS. The worst kind of human being possible. billyt does the same thing
I would like to see these numbers over time to see if IDSY is growing faster than the peers. That is a possible reason for a lower share price.
It will also be interesting to see who ORBC picks up for that $70M and how it effects the metrics.
These are the exact same companies mentioned in their latest presentation. About time these guys started doing some promoting
i was just looking at that. We have been saying the same thing forever. They need to say this at an investor conference.
If you go by EV/revenue models, using mean of 2.7X, IDSY sb $9.79 when compared to industry peers (MIXT, CAMP, ORBC, FLTX)
if you go by EV/Deployed units, IDSY sb $16.96
If you go by recent industry transactions, using mean of 3X, IDSY sb $10.92 (XRSC, Skybitz(2), ORBC(2), NMRX deals)
I am amazed at this boards lack of ability to read a PR and figure out what it means. From the SA P&D article, to the PR on Honda replacing TSX, to this recent earnings warning. You folks should stick to index funds.
spanspur couldn't analyze his way out of a paper bag. All he has is lies, more lies, ad hominem attacks, misinformation, and sheep dumb enough to fall for it.
I don't doubt you and your boiler room buddies can manipulate it higher. It is a low value, penny stock. Fundamentals are awful and getting worse. Auditor issued GOING CONCERN and since then sales have cratered. BANKRUPTCY looming. Execs leaving the sinking ship (CEO/CFO,Chairman).
In the end, this POS goes to ZERO
terrible last quarter, desperation sale, terrible forward guidance. Stock should be at $1.25 now or less
so I see your confusion here. Berg aggregates ORBC from its customers like IDSY who use ORBC. From an app standpoint, ORBC is #4. A distant #4
that is why they put out the revenue warning today. BK is looming. A creditor may have demanded payment and thus the fire sale selloff of the asset.
this is even more obvious than GTAT. CDTIQ next?