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investtxs 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 27, 2014 11:27 AM Member since: Jan 20, 2005
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    BSQR vs. DAIO

    by inthehotsector Jun 25, 2014 8:10 PM
    investtxs investtxs Jun 27, 2014 11:27 AM Flag

    Interestingly, Brian Crowley is over at DAIO.
    Brian T. Crowley (2012)
    Vice President Engineering Snupi Technologies (Sensor to Cloud)
    Chairman of Compensation Committee.

    But why do they show him being there since 2012? He was CEO at BSQR until late last year. Was he an adviser or on the board before that?

    The company looks interesting. They have their own IP and product.

    Their P/S is high and they don't have any earnings. This may be a good investment if they can start growing and become profitable.

  • investtxs investtxs Jun 11, 2014 1:33 AM Flag

    Hey, Lambguy. Trying to create FUD (fear uncertainty and doubt) won't work to get FB down. The problem with being short a stock like this is that the top is infinite and the bottom is only $64 dollars away. You may want to hedge your bet by buying some calls to limit your risk. That way, if FB goes down, you can cover your short position and may be able to to make a few bucks on the calls if FB continues to rise. The call premium is much less costly than buying the shares or covering now if you are short the shares. This could well go much higher and you don't want to sweat out trying to cover at an even higher price. This is just what I would do and I am no expert.

    This stock reminds me of google, apple, wal-mart from many years ago. While they seemed over-valued, they just kept rising and crushed the shorts. I am long the shares, bought some calls a few weeks ago and already covered for a 100% gain. I have also written covered calls on FB and probably will again when the stock slows down a bit (volume).

    Get yourself some protection so you can stop obsessing about FB. I believe that this could be a $200-$300 stock in a few years. They are well positioned and diversified to capitalize on their recent acquisitions.

  • Bsquare is certainly going after the right space with their push into Iot. Companies in this space are trading at huge preiums compared to the rest of the market. Take SPLK for instance, this IoT company is trading at 15x sales and a pe of 360. Granted, they haven't had many profitable quarters but their revenue growth and cash flow has been impressive. BSQR trades at .4x sales, is soon to be profitable again and is moving into IoT. Once Bsqr starts announcing products, they could take off.

    IoT is the next big thing in the market. Bsquare has a lot of experience with the devices that create the data. If they can create data gathering and application tools to transmit, view and analyze the data, they will really have something valuable.

    All it will take (imho) is for Bsquare to get noticed for IoT. Anticipation of revs and growth could propel BSQR significantly higher. I am hoping Bsquare will keep posting news releases of their progress with IoT tools and software. Services will also follow.

    This is the best thing BSQR has done for a long time. I am still accumulating shares in anticipation of growth. I don't think we will have to wait more than 6 months to a year to see results. Buy low, sell high. Bsqr is low now.

  • Reply to

    With a decline of .03 cents a day

    by edward.drossman Jun 4, 2014 11:36 AM
    investtxs investtxs Jun 4, 2014 5:05 PM Flag

    You obviously don't understand markets or balance sheets. The share price has little to do with bankruptcy. Take a look at balance sheet and income statements 101. That is what determines a companies viability. There is little chance that this company will ever go bankrupt.

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