That would all be for the 'Navy' contract for handheld biometric enrollment/search devices.
Not reflected is any potential revenue from the the Saudi or Canadian announcements. We have no idea whether the value is significant or not.
At December 31, 2013, we employed 58 people, including 37 in engineering, 10 in sales and marketing, and 11 in finance and administration. Of these employees, 56 were based in Massachusetts.
Can you describe your tech setup to us please?
Do you have three separate laptops all signed in with a different user name? Or, one desktop and two laptops? Or, do you just use one laptop, one user name, and 5 of the alias ID's that Yahoo offers?
Whichever it is, it must be exhausting because you've been carrying on at this frantic pace for about a week. It must be taking a terrible toll on your health and family life.
For everyones sake, step away from the computer for a few hours. Take a good long shower, shave and get some sleep. If nothing else, get a brown paper lunch bag, place it over your mouth, and breath in and out for 2 minutes.
AWRE will still be here when you decide to rejoin us.
look at the form 5 filed on feb 14, 2012
Explanation of Responses:
( 1) Represents shares that were held by Kimborama, LLC, to which the Reporting Person is the manager and sole member.
( 2) Represents shares that were gifted from Kimborama, LLC to Susan Yang Stafford 2010 Kimborama Trust, for the benefit of the Reporting Person's child and to which the Reporting Person is the trustee.
kimborama llc is dissolved. kimborama trust is born. thats why your post got down voted saved. you only gave half the story. sort of like all your bio posts.
This was in the last proxy filing...
He actually owned zero shares at this point (Nov 20, 2012) only voting rights. That constitutes one of the 3 forms of 'beneficial ownership'
John S. Stafford, Jr. does not have the right to direct receipt of dividends or the proceeds from the sale of the Common Stock which he beneficially owns as a result of holding the proxies described above. Each of the following parties granted John S. Stafford, Jr. a proxy and has retained the right to direct receipt of dividends from and the proceeds from the sale of the Common Stock subject to their respective proxy: Equitec Proprietary Markets, LLC, Pyramid Trading, LP, Charles K. Stewart Roth IRA Rollover, Charles K. Stewart, CKS 401(k) Plan, Stewarts Children’s Trust, and Francis Cook.
It's confusing FD because 'beneficial ownership' in old Staffords Nov 20 filing included the shares owned by Stewart but voting proxy was designated to Stafford. Stafford actually owned next to no shares in his own name. Now it seems that only 275K of proxy remains with old Stafford.
The question I have is what happened to the voting proxy of the rest of Stewarts shares and who bought the 300K Stewart sold?
I suspect they'll show up in the next Kimborama filing.
In investing, some practitioners of technical analysis use the golden ratio to indicate support of a price level, or resistance to price increases, of a stock or commodity; after significant price changes up or down, new support and resistance levels are supposedly found at or near prices related to the starting price via the golden ratio. The use of the golden ratio in investing is also related to more complicated patterns described by Fibonacci numbers (e.g. Elliott wave principle and Fibonacci retracement). However, other market analysts have published analyses suggesting that these percentages and patterns are not supported by the data.
Q3/2013 was released on Oct 28. The stock price was $5.20/share. It was an even bigger dung sandwich than the Q4 that we were fed today. I thought for sure that the stock would tank in it's wake but instead did the opposite.
One never knows what to expect on Air Aware. The passengers fly blind to an unknown destination, but the pilot says "he's confident".
Numbers are out. Looks like another dung sandwich. Moberg is 'optimistic' though.
Let's see how far his optimism gets us tomorrow. Too bad we won't have the opportunity to ask him why.
I don't know which to believe:
The 100K share volume days when the stock was going up, or the anemic volume of the last 2 days that has the stock breaking the uptrend.
The former says earnings will show significant improvement, the later another 'dung' sandwich.
We'll probably find out after the close today.
I'll concede you that, but who bought it and why? A million reasons to sell, give me one reason to buy.
Only one explanation makes sense, inside info.
"7.2 million known or suspected terrorists on its watch list"?
Does anyone besides myself find this number a bit high? How exactly do they define terrorists these days?
Again looks like nickels and dimes Socks.
12/13/11 Contract Number W911SD-12-P-0035 International Biometrics Group, LLC SB $172,400.00
9/4/12 Biometrics Research W911SD-12-P-0424 International Biometrics Group, LLC Unrestricted $79,750.00
W911SD-12-P-0424 was awarded to IBG as a follow-on sole source contract
to a previously competed action.
I did in fact sell a very minute portion of my position this morning at 5.55. Why did I sell is the question?
Well, It should be no secret to anyone on this board that thanks to FD's heads up on HA, I find myself far beyond overweight AWRE as a portion of my portfolio. I still am by a factor of 10X. I'm merely took advantage of the liquidity to raise some cash to diversify a bit after the crash.
Also, it seems everytime I sell something, the price takes off right after.
Radio and Radio alone....please upvote my post that I sold a bit. I can't do it myself.
FD...yes, no vote means no buy or sell.
As far as who is right about the whether the price rise? Whether it's caused by the sisters incessant bio pumping or Staffords minions, allow me to quote from one of my least favorite people, Hillary Clinton..."what difference does it make" I'm as long as I'm ever going to be right now and enjoying the action.
With all due respect Radio, there is a big difference between an up trending AWRE, at a 52 week high, remaining unchanged, on a horrible market day, on high volume, and a down trending AWRE, remaining unchanged on good market day, with low volume.
The difference is that today we have liquidity. The stock has done well recently and with a looming market crash in front of us, some people are taking some off the table. To me, that explains the sellers. The question is, who are the stealth buyers and why?