Or perhaps someone is kicking the tires? They have some assets that could be very valuable in the right hands.
GOP administration, the Obama administration policies result in:-
U.S. second-quarter GDP growth revised sharply higher to 3.7 percent
Why would any rational investor actually chose another GOP administration.
I realize partisanship is strong but this boggles the mind!
I'd like to get some shares also. I like their RTOS and I think this piece will become more important as companies come to realize you cannot fight malware effectively without a realtime OS that constantly monitors its own state against a trusted earlier state.
However we have two more quarters of confessions to endure if their CEO is accurate. Those events are likely to drive the pps lower IMO. I suppose one could start a position now to cover the possibility of a takeout (however unlikely at this point in time althout the RTOS is proven), and add after the impact of next qtr is felt.
That's the way I'm considering playing it.
No, it's not the first company I've invested in although I must admit I just lost two of my longer term holdings, CSRE and HILL, recently so i need to replace those guys. These were both contrarian purchases. i'm a contrarian at heart!
The purpose of my analogy was to try to put some reality to the uncertainty of long range future forecasts, particularly in this industry. IMO, it is preferable to let the actual number do the talking. That way the shareholder is not asked to have faith. Faith is something best left to the many religions who make good use of the concept in a very profitable way for whatever they happen to be peddling!
That's very vague and not the type on information appropriate for distribution on a financial results cc. I feel, after playing the lotto for many years, that 2017 is my lucky year. However, on my 15 year loan application to my bank manager I'm not planning on including this potentially game changing data. I just feel it's premature, like 2016 revs for CCUR.
Did it not occur to you that if were that easy to make money, everyone on the planet would be a billionaire and,
since they're not, there must be a flaw in the hypothesis.
It seems to want to go there. I guess the laws of equilibrium - don't fight it my friend, you'll just exhaust yourself!
Yes indeed, out the door at Sterling/Dollar rate of 1.56, more or less as predicted by yours truly.
Instead of acting stupidly and losing money, you could have listened more, spoke less and make a killing:-
Ah well, some people are slower than others I guess!
I had considered $12 to be a reasonable buyout price.
Don't sell just yet. Thta's my considered advice.
And so it comes to pass. Just too tasty to pass up.
My next take out candidate is even tastier and comparatively cheaper.