The question is if you saw a share certificate for 1 share of LLTI on the ground, would you waste the time to bend over and pick it up? I throw my pennies away these days. How the heck can a company that USED TO HAVE such an impressive array of Board Members have fallen so far so quickly? I think we can all (I wonder how many of us there are?) await a bankruptcy declaration very soon. I mean, how much lower can you go that valuing a share at one penny?
$.0184???? Are you kidding me? Why would the Advisory Board want to be associated with such a worthless entity? Beyond that, what are these AB members even providing in the way of expertise or counsel? So, we have a company in a news blackout and no way for investors to communicate with them? A truly first class organization....
Not only do they not respond to inquiries within their own system but they seem to have an information black-out. It's like the old "Get Smart" dome of silence. Boy, just how limbo low can they go?
No billy and more irritating than that they seem to have adopted a policy of ignoring all requests for information even when you use their own "contact us" method. No respect for shareholders whatsoever. As small company should not be so arrogant. It's not like the have the WSJ knocking at their door to an interview that they have to prepare for....
You seem to be a thoughtful sort. What is your background? Are you a present or Retired Teamster? If so, I would think you would want UPS to succeed particularly vs. FDX and USPS. Surely you know FDX is non-union and greater use of their network costs future Teamster jobs. Perhaps you used to work for UPS and had a disappointing career end? Are you game enough to tell your own story?
Well, it's now trading at $.0171!! The CFO jumps ship after so many other "key executives" have in the past. Just what is happening at this company to keep them a going concern? They don't answer e-mails sent thru their own system to they must be busy doing.....??????
Small, strategic and quickly accretive acquisitions are the wave of the future. Think of how bad off we'd be right now if the TNT purchase had been approved. They've been experiencing anemic growth. We've been trying to shed pension costs not add to them. Absurd suggestion Kateymae.
Paganpink- if you don't mind my asking, what type of stuff were they shipping and where were the sales/customer services reps in all of this? What location are you referring to?
Haven;t been here for awhile. Looks like LLTI is doing about as expected @ $.0352. Did they lose the McDonald's game contract? Do they have an administrative staff anymore? Is the company in business? Hello, hello- is anyone there?
Looks like we're going down in flames with no P/R about McDonald's being a telling blow. A bid this morning for $.0311. Looks like we'll be harvesting tax loss soon.
I e-mailed management to see if our security suite was selected for the new McDonald's Sweepstakes. If we were NOT chosen, that would tell us all something. If we were selected, obviously that's good news.
Good news is toxic to this company. They never talk about revenues or ID their "client." The only way to turn things around is to show meaningful REVENUE on a quarterly report. They've yet to accomplish that thus the "going concern" statement of recent times.
Clearly, the 10 year $7M contract is basically useless. While it does stand as being the first meaningful revenue producing contract, it appears to be too late and too modest. For a "leader in the field" of a sector that is skyrocketing in importance, this company has come up small time and time again. When it can be noted that the 2 most important things a company ever did was bring on BOD "names" without commitment and move its offices to the more expensive Washington, DC, it's simply a sad tale.
Great. Finally a revenue announcement is made and NOT A SINGLE SHARE IS TRADED off a very low share price for the first hour+. Some fun, eh???
$7M divided by 10 years = $700K per year. I'd say that isn't even enough to cover salaries and office rent expense. This better be the first of many contract. Also, marketing guys have to get in gear and explain to potential purchasers of our solutions why the Mexican customer bought it and exactly whats it' expected to solve for them.