the down 35% was Jagid selling. He got squeezed pure and simple.
$7 price target seems reasonable.
isn't Didbox OSHA and impact compliant? Powerbox and Powerfleet reduce maintenance costs, reduce the number of vehicles needed, and can geo-fence.
Analytics just compares one site vs other sites; your sites and other companies. Again, I'm not buying into this
so they still have a VP Process Excellence & Quality according to linkedin. Now these people report to her? That sounds like a lot of expensive overhead for mostly nothing.
I'm not buying into this increased spending plan.
I thought they hired a lean six sigma black belt just a few months ago. I noticed that person on linkedin. Did they quit already?
in 2011, CDTI announced after the final determination was made. It gets made today after COB so most likely an announcement Monday before the open. Funds have to buy by Monday as of COB.
other companies have been announcing their addition to the indexes and some have had nice pops. I expect CDTI will announce and hope to sell into that non-news
one of my stocks, CLCT, announced today and the stock is up 4%+. I surmised it was going in over two months ago
Collectors Universe to be Added to Russell 2000 Index
GlobeNewswire Collectors Universe, Inc.
3 minutes ago
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., June 26, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Collectors Universe, Inc. (CLCT), a leading provider of value-added authentication and grading services to dealers and collectors of high-value collectibles, today announced that, according to the preliminary list of additions published by Russell Investments, the Company will be added to the Russell 2000(R) Index, when Russell Investments reconstitutes its comprehensive set of U.S. and global equity indexes on June 27, 2014. Collectors Universe will also be added to the Russell 3000(R) and Russell Global indexes.
another new patent awarded 2 days ago
United States Patent 8,762,009
Ehrman , et al. June 24, 2014
Impact sensor calibration tool
An impact sensor calibration tool, wherein an impact sensor is installed on a vehicle and in wireless communication with a processor, which analyzes data reported by the impact sensor. Specifically, the impact sensor of the present invention continuously measures two dimensional acceleration of a vehicle. Changes in vehicle acceleration create impulse data and the impact sensor reports this data to a processor. The processor performs statistical calculations on the data to identify the vehicle's normal use operation and from this, develops an impact threshold wherein impulses exceeding this threshold are identified as impacts. The impacts may be further characterized as real impacts and stored in memory for subsequent analysis.
Inventors: Ehrman; Kenneth S. (New York, NY), Ehrman; Michael L. (New York, NY), Smail; Scott (Bronx, NY), Charitonos; Michael (Mt. Kisco, NY)
Name City State Country Type
Ehrman; Kenneth S.
Ehrman; Michael L.
Assignee: I.D. Systems, Inc. (Woodcliff Lake, NJ)
Appl. No.: 12/949,191
Filed: November 18, 2010
TMS deals over 5 years: $500K, $700K, $200K
VMS deals: $160K, $200K, $200K, $1200K
Deal flow is way down. It seems like it takes one quarter after deal is announced to flow through. So the September quarter looks terrible.
So the pilot was at the same facility? $160K win is about 60 units. What were they piloting on, 10? What's to pilot really? I hope the sales guy didn't get a commission on this.
there are essentially 3 US tobacco companies. RAI, LO, and MO. We couldn't mention them by name? Really?
Now we get news of a $160K win. What's the next headline, "Ehrman finds spare change in company couch"?
Why are we still doing pilots? The company has been around for 20 years. They have some of the largest companies in the world under contract. We still need to do pilots?