What's up nk499? Long time.
FIO had all kinds of buyout rumors and all were dismissed.. If you bet against stocks which are beaten down and acquisition targets, you deserve to get nailed to the cross IMHO.
I bought at 7, sold at 7.80, bought again at 7 and sold at 6. After the fall below 3 I bought back in and plan to stay long. I am not trading this stock because the news that will spike the price will be sudden, and it will be painful for shorts and traders unlucky enough not be along for the ride.
Go away piptard, you are embarrassing yourself and nobody cares what you think.
Manipulators did the same thing with FIO stock before the buyout. There is no reason for the drop from 4.50 to 4 this week, pretty amazing.
Pippy I warned people about going long in OCZ and even forecast it dropping below $1 with a vengeance. I always said that playing the bounce was a spec play. You are well aware that I was no longer long OCZ when they went BK.
Anyhow there really is no comparison here, I admitted you were right many times with OCZ, but you are wrong about Violin.
We just had some news, buyout rumor involving Micron.. What happened? Manipulation it seems, the stock is trading down while the entire market is up big.. After a buyout rumor with the stock trading THIS freaking low?? I hate market manipulation, I hope the buyout happens and the jerks responsible lose a lot of money.
Toshiba and Sandisk use the same 19nm process. Micron is currently producing 20nm in volume but will be at smaller geometries soon. Either way, I'm sure Violin has already tested with Micron NAND and has a plan to switch if there is a need.
Thanks crazy, as an application architect I care more about the final product and not the sum of it's parts. I'll admit cld9731 does know quite a bit about Violin's hardware as well as the competition, but it also seems he has a negative bias, which is why I think we butt heads in this forum.
What does OCZ have to do with anything?? And I agree, FIO was bought at bargain basement prices.. Their valuation metrics were similar to VMEM, while others are trading at 5-10x their P/S and P/B ratios. That coupled with the unique architecture and forecasted explosion of all flash array market should put VMEM on the short list to be bought out quickly.
The market will correct the discrepancy, VMEM is trading like it is going bankrupt in a year when the market for their products is forecast to explode. Don't listen to the naysayers this stock is going higher.
Buyouts don't always happen when the company is doing great, look at FIO. It's all about future prospects, and who needs them the most. Don't bet against VMEM guys, and don't discount the rumors, they are coming from what appears to be reliable sources.
Ignore the noise.
WHATEVER DUDE I get it you are short and you hate VMEM.. Point taken, now sit back and watch your money flow into my account.
Still you miss the point.. This is a stock message board man, and this stock is way undervalued. Keep shorting it please, it will help propel it to the next level when you and the rest of the shorts cover.
Don't be caught on the wrong side of this trade man, you should know better.. MU can adapt the technology to their own NAND.
Don't be so quick to dismiss this.. Benzinga: Hearing Deal Reporter Says Micron May Have Interest in Acquiring Violin Memory
Additionally, aren't they using cheaper MLC drives to boot? LMAO, that's really competition for Enterprise??
Yes really, don't pretend those guys aren't just stacking SSD drives just like everyone else.
Violin's unique architecture (using VIMMs) is superior for low latency, high speed, and redundancy.
Sentiment: Strong Buy