Been so long since the market traded based on fair value. It's been about cheap/free money and the China growth bit. Maybe now, there can be trade on fundamental value and CALL will get the attention it deserves. Current price is laughable. Should be above $20.
Your bullshite reeks. CALL is spectacularly undervalued. When the knives stop falling, and there is a return to fairly valuing stocks, CALL will shine. I think there is approximately 80 million in cash and no debt. No way this stock is even close to being fairly valued here.
Yes, you here are still bashers. The filter still saves lives. The device still is remarkable and has broad approval and will sell. Nothing is wrong except your obsessive need to turn general market trend due to China, price of oil, and manipulation into a critique of a product which will do fine once the flood waters recede. I very much doubt dilution will occur. The product will sell just fine. If you don't like it, bang your heads against the wall.
He doesn't give a damn. Kellerence only protecting his short, even if he must bs to do it. In Judaism, we have a special term for that---"lashon ha'ra"--- which means "bad speech" and it produces really bad karma (in non-Jewish parlance). So, if he is lying, which it appears he is since investors would have been apprised of such sales, he, like anyone who engages in bad speech for the sake of gossip or to mislead, will get his.
There are likely many reasons the price is down---though none have anything to do with fundamentals. Take a walk around the corner and see if it's raining.
This thread extends thoughts I've had for last half year or so. I don't know if anything is "wrong" or if it is just impatience, but my initial reasons for investing in CGEN seem no longer relevant and each time I'm inclined to lighten up, the price starts to climb and I suspect there's something big brewing. Then.....nothing. It really is getting tiresome.
The telecom market is fluid, I suspect more than many other industries. Still waiting on the word that the papers have been signed. The wait will have been worth it as I expect it to be very lucrative over time and subject to steady growth.
Is totally in keeping with every other sick, twisted thing going on in the world. Black is white, remember that. Feels like End Days scenario. Better to let people die while interminable time lapses for bureaucracy to figure out how many more stumbling blocks to place in the path of good and noble things. Victimize the vulnerable and champion the causes of the ruthless and ignorant. Sheesh!
....we won't have to share the bounty with any other entity. When the impulsive mania ends and the record is re-examined, the crazed protestations will shut off and we can calmly await the landing.
I get renewed confidence with the article about "Street Sweeper" which gets it all wrong. Anyone who can publish a ream of tripe like that must be a pretty desperate short.
At the end of September, a total of 9 of the hedge funds tracked by Insider Monkey held long positions in this stock, flat over the previous quarter. With the smart money’s sentiment swirling, there exists an “upper tier” of noteworthy hedge fund managers who were upping their holdings significantly (or already accumulated large positions).
When looking at the institutional investors followed by Insider Monkey, Renaissance Technologies hold the most valuable position in magicJack VocalTec Ltd (NASDAQ:CALL). Renaissance Technologies has a $3 million position in the stock, comprising less than 0.1% of its 13F portfolio. Coming in second is T2 Partners, managed by Whitney Tilson, which holds a $2.9 million position; the fund has 5.8% of its 13F portfolio invested in the stock. Some other members of the smart money that are bullish include Peter Muller’s PDT Partners, Israel Englander’s Millennium Management, and Paul Solit’s Potomac Capital Management.