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jing_sun01 9 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 7, 2014 12:39 PM Member since: Jul 12, 2005
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  • Reply to

    There are many pathways forward

    by kenji100 Jul 7, 2014 12:22 PM
    jing_sun01 jing_sun01 Jul 7, 2014 12:39 PM Flag

    This is exactly what I "heard" from the line "There are many pathways forward", i.e. go private or sell the company. The question is at what price? If I had to guess, I'd think the management would start at $20, and going lower, with $10 as the bottom, if they have to do the deal. Personally, I think $15 + cash value would be a decent value for both sides, i.e. at roughly $18/sh. But, if the situation becomes desperate, i.e. the 20F becomes so delayed that NQ is threatened to be delisted, then I'd think the management would be extremely reluctantly accept $10 + cash or $13/sh. In other words, if PwC is demanding something that NQ managements is not willing to or incapable to provide, which then becomes a sticking point for another couple months, which in turn prompts NISE's delisting thread, then we could see a buy-out deal at the end of Aug for $13/sh.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    What NQ market cap means

    by trade.real Jun 28, 2014 4:08 AM
    jing_sun01 jing_sun01 Jun 28, 2014 9:17 AM Flag

    I agree. I think with the audit report being clean, the chance that NQ is a total fraud is very slim. The reason PwC hasn't signed off the 20F is probably because they think some revenue or income are not verified, therefore are demanding for company's evidence or acceptable explanations, while on the other hand, the company thinks that it has given all the evidences and/or explanations it could give. Thus, both sides stuck there. Well, if this is the case, depending on how big the portion of the numbers are in question, the company should let PwC taking the revenue/income off the balance sheet. Although that's a bit harmful to its reputation, the company can acknowledge that there are some dispute on certain part of the revenue, and in the end they took'em away just to let it go. They can now start clean. If they did that, I'd see NQ price shooting back above $10 in a second, and continue to go toward $15 in a few day, and eventually go above $20 by the end of the year.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • My 20.00 EXP 01-17-15 Calls have been going up in the past few days. Today another 20% up so far. Looks to me clearly some smart money is quietly getting into NQ. Maybe these calls are bought by someone who knows something, like the mother-in-law of that auditor? Any way, I won't be surprised to see a news that 20F has been fired first thing next Monday morning.

  • The reason we've seen TSLA moving up strongly this week, is not because all of reported "news", instead, it's the option calls. There are tremendous amount of calls that are sitting at $250, over 7700 to be exact, worth over $200mil. All of these calls are expiring as of 6/21, this Fri! I can tell that these are big boys, and they won't let these calls expiring worthlessly, therefore they are pushing TSLA up hard this week. So far they've done a great job, pushed TSLA up over $30 in 2 days. All they need to do is to push another $20 up in the rest 3 days and they will be in money! I think they will be successful! I even think TSLA will finish above it's all time high closing of $265 by Fri. Let's wait and see!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • It is obvious to me that this latest run is fueled by huge fund buyings from some big boys who have purchased huge amount of Calls at $200, $225 and $250, which will expire on this Fri. Starting yesterday, you can see that huge amount of buyings kicked in, doubling the daily volume. So far today even bigger buyings are going on, with 300K shares bought in every minute! Unbelievable! At the same time, numerous media coverages of TSLA to the positive side, almost no negative mentioning at all. All of this tells me that the big boys are determined to push TSLA over $365 by this Fri, making all Calls in the money, and all shorts are burned to death.

    Join the rally, you stupid!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • She is obviously back to favour, supported by all major brokerage houses. In fact, it is obvious that TSLA has been under accumulations since it hit $177 a couple weeks ago. The way I see it, there are lots of 6/21 Calls (over 20000!!!) at above @200 ~ $225, so there is a major interest to push TSLA above $220 and keep it there, perhaps even to $250. It is definitely suicidal to short TSLA at this time.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    should not have gone below 220

    by a2020trading May 21, 2014 10:23 PM
    jing_sun01 jing_sun01 May 21, 2014 10:49 PM Flag

    Absolutely!

  • NQ has always released good news at around 9am to give its stock price a best opening push. It will do it today again! Just watch it. The suffer by the Longs will end today. Period. From now on, NQ will gradually recover toward $20. If as the management hinted that "something else will be done", my guess is that they may even announce some kind of equity investment by other big guys valued at $20 or better to increase the PPS instantly. In any event, this is the end of shorts. We will know in 30min.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • We should urge Tesla to split its stock so that more people can afford it. A 4-to-1 split would make it down to $45 range, which will be instantly bought up and move to $50 and beyond. From that point, it's another race to $80 ~ $100, IMO.

    Let's all send an email to Tesla's Investor Relations, Jeff Evanson. I just did. For email, just go to one of TsLA's press release and search for Jeff Evanson

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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