14 major funds hold TASR. All positions are increasing and expecting double within 6 mo.
Ad blocking is an interim issue that advertisers are not paying for. It will not change FB's growth and as I said when FB was in the $40,'s, most affluent users have an account and it is obviously growing as international users join the ranks due to internet availability. There are more and more initiatives to get affordable online access to anyone that wants it.
MM trying to shake weak hands. This will probably close above $25. They just increased their total camera allocation by 25% with one order. Where do you think NY is going to go? There is only one fully supported choice and TASR inked that deal by contracting to Microsoft.
2200 cameras with 5 year/10 mil total support contract in one order. Missed by 2 cents due to growing pains. This should open up about $3.00. Don't let them shake you out in pre-market. Buy all you can!
I did call them prior to my post. I was told "I don't think so, it's a capital requirement". I don't think so by the man in charge of investors relations.
I think WYY has less than 10 days before receiving formal delisting notification, then they have to submit their plan and get it approved. Normally there is a decent drop the day of that announcement. I have a call into investor relations.
Her advisers are shrewd and her plan will be successfully implemented. She's going to return this brand back to a household name. You'll see a new 52 week high as her strategy is revealed.
I’m expecting a WSJ article on TASR any day due to the evidence.com camera support contracts. Like I’ve said before, once this issue is recognized (their annual software support contracts will exceed their annual sales contracts of all products) this stock will jump in leaps and bounds. I’m looking for $40 after the next two quarters are released.
With the rate hike planned now in December thanks to the labor report, there will be a rush for the (looking) homebuyers making this another excellent quarter.
Low-priced Express Homes, averaging less than $200,000 per unit, accounted for 19% of homes sold and 10% of revenue, up from 8% and 3% a year ago. $35 by the end of the month. Next quarter should be about 12% and will continue higher if/when fed raises rates.