actually I was trolling it since it was 5c many years ago. Go onto the RVM.to board. I made a ton back then on the run up and only got back in after the mine collapse which I thought was a temporary issue. Get your facts straight
I'm gettin to you though. Your infatuated with me.
Why has a $40B private company taken to the smear campaign of a $200M public company? How does this benefit Uber? Is Uber so insecure that they need to hire folks to post all over the web and write false and misleading articles?
I wish Uber would go public already so I could short it.
Uber taxi drivers and shoe shine boys have concocted an ill gotten idea that shorting this illiquid, low float, $200M company is a synthetic long of UBER, a $40B private company. TAXI gets 10% of its profit from "competing" with UBER. If only 10% of profits of a $200M illiquid, low float company compete against a $40B company, who would invent a synthetic long by shorting this? Taxi drivers and show shine boys. I have nothing against either, but I don't want to take advice from a free lance, new era taxi driver.
TAXI needs to rename and rebrand the company and come up with a new ticker. UBER needs to go after someone their own size. I suggest Avis and Hertz. Why do I need a rental car if I can whip out my phone and summon a car when I need it?
I agree. They need a new ticker and new company name. They are more of a subprime lender than a Taxi Medallion lender. 10% of profits are now taxis.
go buy your subway sandwich with your profits. Maybe you can afford a foot long in a few more trades. Most suk to be such a small time player.
I actually got excited for a second thinking there was a new distributor until I saw your post was just a mockery of billy (or should we call him shilly?)
begs the question though of how CDTI will recognize selling to distributors; "sell to" or "sell through"? Sell through is the more conservative method and does not allow for "channel stuffing"
20% on a 100 shares? Wow. You really are a small time player. you've been touting MGN since it was $1.50. In reality, you probably lost a great deal.
It matters because RVM may still receive a superior offer. You are such a simpleton it is unbelievable
- growing revenue C-
- improving products B+ (we need a dual mode TAM's product)
- new customer wins B-
- maintaining current customers D- (WalMart Trucking loss to Orbcomm)
- expense control D-
- Bottom line GAAP earnings C
- communicating strategy to analysts and investors F
- marketing strategy D- (what strategy?)
- partnering with resellers incomplete (have no idea what Toyota means so far)
- new hires D
If the BOD wasn't his buddies, the company would be put up for sale.