I love corning glass products. Why'd they sell that part of the company? Oh well, I like the other parts too, but the glassware... that's a class act! Buy it back Corning.
I am long GLW because I like their dishes, their cables and fiber and telecommunication products, and yes their Gorilla glass and phone/LCD products. I just like the company. Does anyone know how much revenue their get from their other divisions? I mean the best frying pan I own is coated with corning glass. Eggs slide right out perfect.
The only other source would be contracts. Part of what I am learning is a company could have a boatload of contracts coming in but be unable to announce them as part of the agreement or unwilling to announce because it might affect their competitive advantage. That is where I think his confidence is coming. Look, the broadband revolution is a tidal wave and growing. It will lift all boats. All the reasons we bought DRWI in the beginning are coming, not as fast as we would like, but I believe they are coming. Ninety days puts us in December where we I guess we are going to learn we are in the beginning of why we bought DRWI in the first place. jmho
I am continuing my research into DRWI given the recent drop in price. If you read my posts, I am not here with an agenda. I am working to respectfully share honest information about an investment I hold and could sell. I am getting exciting information from numerous sources on DRWI that I am not ready to share, but I am NOT selling. My basic conclusion is that by December 1 or sooner people buying here and longs holding much higher will be very happy. jf
Jopo has some great information but I think is tired of the pettiness. That is why I wish we could all be mature and discuss DRWI as an investment. I am pretty busy today, but there is some good information I can post on DRWI tonight or tomorrow. By the way Greedy, I think I figured out what LMFAO stands for: "Let's make fudiciary accounts optional." I think it is a movement started by accountants, but I am glad you support social causes in your byline. Much better than save the whales.
I e-mailed DRWI and asked them to post more details about their upcoming contracts. I'll post what I learn, otherwise, I hope they just do a press release and give us more details about their contract with a major U.S. provider, the contracts in the pipeline in India and other news. jf
Anyone know when DRWI will announce details of the initial order with a major North
In India we are experiencing strong activity. This includes new orders,
an increased pipeline, and we are particularly pleased to be short-
listed as a supplier in a large greenfield build.
-- In North America we have received an initial order associated with a new
project with a major carrier.
Does anyone know when DRWI will be announcing who the major carrier in the U.S. is and details of this particular order?
Looks like over a million longs and shorts are scooping up shares down here today. Drwi is coming back strong...
Don, there are some very Smart longs Who follow DRWI like Jopo. PM, Tim And others Who can give honest insight into this company. I followed some companies like SSCS and BBY where everyone is doom and gloom right before they become ten baggers. Look at how negative everyone was on Best Buy recently. No one could Say anything positive about it and most thought it would be bankrupt by now. I wish I had bought more of BBY or SCSS when it fell from $30 to 50 cents And is now back to $30. Who Knows what will happen with DRWI, however, many smart people like PM believe this is a long term winner. We could be just a little ways from orders coming in and DRWI flying higher. the one thing I keep in mind is they have great products in a huge demand area and relationships with major Carriers. At this price it Seems worth a risk.
The need is "astronomical"... Cramer was talking last night how everyone will soon have a smart phone and use it buy groceries, gas... I am not saying the need is only for DRWI but for their kind of product... the need will benefit drwi, alu, crnt and many others. None of the players will need a huge share of the market to make money. All I am saying is the need for this product is huge and drwi has enough coming it's way to get back to $3 and if they start announcing more contracts we will see this stock move higher. My thinking is it will base around here and then moved higher, especially as contracts are clarified. It would be great to have some of the other longs comment. There are positives here. Enough for me to feel it will bounce back .
I am with you, cost averaging down and holding. The basher's are right....until they are wrong. There are some contracts coming for DRWI; Zacks has them a "buy." There was a recent Canadian analyst on the Canadian Business Network pounding the table to buy DRWI. It is his largest holding. Smartphones are exploding and the need for DRWI's product is astronomical and the rising tide of broadband will lift all boats. Consider also DRWI's past relationships with Clearwire and Sprint and Nokia... I believe product demand will pull DRWI through. Warren Buffet said to buy when there is blood in the streets. It is tough but I believe adding at these levels will be the right decision. We'll see. jf
This is a great product. It tastes great and is actually good for you. The stock price might bounce around here for awhile, but this is a wonderful product in the health food arena and I fully expect this stock to take off on short notice. Management of Pulse has done it before with other products. Do your own due diligence but I think we see $3.00 soon and beyond... jmho
I had my first bottle of Pulse today. It tastes really great. Unlike a soda, this is healthy stuff, and only about 60 calories per 8 ounces. It is not a diet drink nor does it taste like one. I'll leave my Mnt Dew behind for Pulse any day. jf
Ordered it off their website; it arrived in several days by Fed Ex.; I wanted to try all the beverages and look over the product. So far, I am very impressed with the professional way they handled my order and the news/management of this company. I agree with those who say to buy here. I do believe the company will continue to execute on their business plans. Look at the management and I think you will agree with me Pulse Beverage will hit $3.00/share over the next few quarters and will then will get bought out by a major distributor like Coke at a much higher price. jmho jf
I have followed this company and many others. It is obviously a speculative play. However, look at the management of this company...look at how they have faithfully executed their business plan... look at the huge market for genuine health products... once they get going they skyrocket. This company is an undiscovered gem, but won't be for long. I truly believe the stars are aligning for PLSB and people who buy at these levels will be very happy over the next few month.
Thanks Don... what I am wondering is how quickly the new shares will get swept up so we can be off again on any good news. Will the secondary offering be behind us after Sept. 23rd? It seems even some shorts have indicated they would be buying under $2.00 in anticipation of a short squeeze! Obviously this is a speculative play with great risk and great reward. However, when I look at the huge need for DRWI's product, I think all players in this field that have been dogs will have their day... my main question is if the negative impact of the secondary offering will be behind us after Sept. 23rd so we can focus on the conference call and forward guidance coming in a few weeks. Thank you again for a kind and relevant post. jf