Since the market is open, it's another great opportunity to short a stock that can't sell anything. Anytime the market is open it's a great time to short VHC. Motley Fool calls this junk "a terrible investment" and that they have "no business substance"
morty, yes it sure appears to have been a great for VHC. The problem is, everyone knows it was of no importance since AAPL will never pay. The longs appear to be missing the point. Yes, it was a nice ruling, but one that won't matter one bit.
moish, VHC will never see a dime of AAPL's money. I think everyone realizes that. Secondly, LTE-A is already being rolled out and VHC has no contracts. I'd say that's a bit of a problem if you were counting on VHC getting these licenses. It's becoming pretty clear that nobody wants to use VHC for anything.
It's wonderful that Greg Wood is taking calls and talking to shareholders again. Investors have apparently been so reassured by his comments that the stock has only fallen $3 since they took him off that gag order. Looks like he's finally earning his keep as he seemed to have curbed the slide in the stock and held it to only $3.
All you have to do is read yesterday's Motley Fool article to find out why VHC is headed to zero. It will also help you understand why KL has signed no business outside of his lawsuits. MF calls the company a "terrrible investment" and nothing but a gamble. They say the company has "no business substance."
Anyone not realizing this CEO has done nothing but blow smoke at investors deserves to be trapped at this point. He strings along investors and tries to keep the dream alive, but we know he can't garner any business because he's proven it. The fact that he has no 4G licenses signed says it all. These should have begun being signed last year. He's got nothing. He'll battle AAPL until the company is broke even though he supposedly told investors "we're through with AAPL." Apparently he's not and it will obviously lead to the demise of the company.
NO, it does not. For one simple reason. The CEO has not accomplished anything he promised and they can't sell a thing outside the courtroom. End of argument.
geejo, you look more stupid every day you defend this company while it continues to go down. Don't you feel real stupid defending a company who sells nothing and has no business plan? Are you really as stupid as you make out to be on this board?
He'll have to report it within 30 days. Wouldn't it be exciting to find out that while you were buying this stock as it totally collapses, you were buying the CEO's shares? Almost like having a cool collectable.
The other funny thing is that people are happy that Gregg Wood is back and taking calls. The likely reason is that everything fell through and he has nothing to be quiet about at this point. I don't see him talking again as a good thing. I see it as the likely fact that if there was anything actually happening, it all fell apart so now he's able to talk again. Not that he's ever provided even a shred of valuable insight.
Didn't several people post this quote from the last shareholder's meeting? If so, it seems to me that VHC is spending every waking moment concerned about AAPL. Is it me, or do others see this also?
That's a tip that should be used when assessing a company to invest in.
What "fear, gargabe and intimidation?" Maybe you haven't looked at the stock price lately, but they've been exactly right. The longs keep saying this is going to happen and that is going to happen. But, nothing ever happens! Maybe you should pick up the phone and ask the CEO where all the business is that he promised. Ever think of that?
Maybe because they are hoping their short pays off like you're hoping your long positiion pays off? Ever think of that? It may not be much more complicated than that
I guess everyone is afraid of the answer to this questions. Longs tend to ignore anything negative, even though it's the truth.
the guy wanted out. he's an insider and knows this junk is going nowhere. these people aren't stupid and they know what is going on in the company. the guy sold and wanted out. that's never a good sign