It is clear that much of the market doesn't know squat about NLST, their court cases, their patents, the implications, etc. Then you have the persistent negative presence that has followed NLST for year, due to the financial stresses they have endured due to the litigation and the USPTO tortoise speed of exams.
Yesterday was heavily shorted creating a false supply of shares, it was a few million share volume. Today, immediate dump on open, and you can see it is still game playing with the PPS.
Netlist really needs something concrete to get the investors who don't play games into the stock. They need that first licensing deal, they need IPHI to throw in the towel and settle, they need to PR that first supply agreement with the Hyperscale company, they need SanDisk to settle, etc.
Any of those would put an end to these hedge fund games that are being played out here on the Yahoo forum.
You have to like this type of PR compared to those from earlier days, it isn't filled with direct hyping, it just lets the reader do the work to ascertain the potential.
There isn't going to be a mass exodus to DDR4 in the near term, if you can enhance DDR3 and prolong its life span, companies might prefer to stick with their older server set ups.
Insufferable pipster, Netlist had selected Diablo Technologies as a qualified chipset supplier for its HyperCloud memory modules back in October 2010. They were their chipset SUPPLIER, and they had access to trade secrets in order to MAKE the CHIPSET! They didn't have the freedom to take those trade secrets and build their own product off of them! That is not legal. Why do you think Diablo told their employees to not talk about it with anyone? If it was legal, who cares, tell everyone that you're using Netlist design to make your own memory and then offer it to SNDK and sell your company. Diablo is the epitome of sleaze and you're fitting along quite nicely with them.
All it takes is the First PR to announce a licensing or an injunction vs. UlltraDIMM, or a settlement, or a few more Hyperscale customers (that they hinted at) "there is the lead horse out of the gate and a couple others following to see the lead horse." This will gap up overnight.
Yeah, you're right misterdeee, easy to determine the way you just did. Hong did say this would be a significant boost, and they haven't seen one prior, so of course they're not just switching out pci-e to DIMM.
Celsion is treating Recurrent Chest Wall breast cancer, no good therapeutic options for these women. pain relief is something they would need, if not remission. this is end of the road treatment.
I should add that DDR4 had been delayed, basically, and they're looking at 2016 as the point when DDR4 overtakes DDR3 memory. There is a good article covering it "Adoption of DDR4 memory faces delays"...
"Nobody wants to pay a premium for DDR4 products and manufacturers don't want to make the memory if they are not going to get a premium"
Shorts were 40%, 50%, 65% of the daily volume, people flooding the market with short shares, keeps price subdued with false supply of shares. If you have only 20%, 30%, 40%, we'd be at a much higher PPS.
Go browse any lower cap stock on Yahoo, most will have someone of your ilk calling people names, dismissing any positive point of view with derision and nonsensical retorts. Only the mentally ill or someone with skin in the game would carry on as you do. Why waste time monitoring this board and responding to every post with your LOLOLOLOLOLOL AHAHAHAHA IDIOT, MORON!!!!! You clearly want to try to influence others who might be browsing these forums. IDIOT.
It isn't smart money, it is opportunistic. Hedge funds use Yahoo to stalk low cap stocks, spreading FUD, fear, uncertainty and doubt keep the ignorant retail away. Bigger funds/firms usually stay away from these lower cap stocks, so Hedge funds prey on them like vultures. They had to short a lot to keep the price from flying.
Hallum is having a conference for their AS stocks Sept. 18th, some are presenting there, I sent e-mail to NLST asking if they are going to be there.
Having been through the USPTO wringer, they must have learned a LOT about what it takes to make a patent stick. They are covering all angles, shoring up all prior art. Better than the alternative.