You must be talking about the equities market? That's what's coming! The extinction of wall street and all the greedy piglets.
Watching this trade, it's obvious that the machines are in control. Once they short it to the chosen level it will then begin to be moved by human's again. I see this all the time.
Yeah, I've been watching for 15 years and the sentiment now could not be worse. This is when you want to buy. China is moving toward a gold backed Yuan and the latest Wall Street liquidity game is drying up. Cycles repeat. The next economic downturn will not be pretty.
I started buying yesterday to start a position. Much of the negativity is about Greece. At the end of the day, Europe will not let Greece go down the drain. Be patient and buy at this very low PPS and you will be rewarded big by the end of the year.
The confusing thing for me is I don't understand why they agree to keep pushing dates forward when they have all these issues.
They need to dump some of the patents to raise funds or this thing is dead. Shareholders need something positive to spur buying or the downward spiral continues. Sad but true..
Well, this looks like a brilliant investment and hey Carl said so and that means it is.. Let's see, a few highlights - Book value -$6.22 per share, ROA -45%, operating cash flow -$16.5 million. Looks great Carl! And the sheep they follow. That's all it takes on fraud street.
From what I see, David James was just posting information which is factual. I don't consider that pumping the stock. The other dude's info is not factual.
Kasier Roll -- what is realistic about this statement? -
"T-Mobile --- same patent as AT&T, if they settle, will be just as good, $30K"
Does R2D2 know something we do not know? Do you think they settled for 30k? I'm guessing they did not, but we are all guessing. Catch my drift?
I never said it was great news. You must be confusing me with someone else. My only points here have been to convey that as bad as things seem, they are not terrible. They have assets and things can change quickly.
Therefore, given the circumstances, it makes perfect sense for them to sell some of these patents to raise money. I think this is a much better route than diluting the stock further.
If only we had the answers to these questions, but 360k per year x 3 is over a million per year and a company may pay 5 or 10 million, possibly more for the ownership of that patent.