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marsavian 252 posts  |  Last Activity: 21 hours ago Member since: Jun 15, 2005
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    Discrete graphics shipments to drop in 2Q14

    by wallisweaver Jun 19, 2014 3:42 AM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 19, 2014 8:44 AM Flag

    At 14nm (especially Skylake) Intel's iGpu will outperform AMD's and then you will only have price to try and make a living on. AMD is on a long slippery slope to bankruptcy. Intel is not going to fab for you so you have to wait until expensive 20nm and even more expensive 14/16FF becomes available. Consoles have only given you a little breathing room before your extinction beckons.

  • Reply to

    Discrete graphics shipments to drop in 2Q14

    by wallisweaver Jun 19, 2014 3:42 AM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 19, 2014 8:45 AM Flag

    Nvidia's Maxwell cards also have better mining performance/power so AMD was going to lose that revenue anyway even before the ASICs arrived.

  • Reply to

    How's that 92 cents per share grab YOU ?

    by jamesblack15 Jun 17, 2014 3:01 PM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 22, 2014 10:48 AM Flag

    'TSA's orders will be a few million here and a few million there. There will be no bulk order for 30 million. Ain't happening.'

    You don't know that for certain, only the TSA does. If as the longs keep stating that their kit has much better cost of ownership numbers than their radioactive competition then the TSA may decide as some point to replace ALL their current Smiths/Morpho kit and that would be a huge order numbering in thousands eventually. I am not saying it's going to happen but it is not an impossibility as you claim. TSA are paying Morpho over $10m a year just for maintenance so these cost of ownership issues are not irrelevant.

    ' Even if it did, then subsequent orders would suffer and IMSC would have the same cash flow problem a year later. '

    If IMSC become the preferred TSA supplier then added to their existing business this company stops losing money, DMRJ can convert all their options eventually and the shareholders live to trade another day. Company needs about $40+m annual revenue to stop the bleeding. DMRJ will carry on supporting the company as their 8c options are worth so much even at 95c. It's the lack of liquidity that must be concerning them now but if the company starts making money the trading liquidity will return and DMRJ will be happier. I was down on this company before when all the longs were unrealistically high just before cargo approval but I feel the situation is not as bad as you paint now. I was pointing out all the cash/debt problems here years before you so I am hardly a pumper.

  • Reply to

    How's that 92 cents per share grab YOU ?

    by jamesblack15 Jun 17, 2014 3:01 PM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 23, 2014 2:06 AM Flag

    It's not capitulation it's just balance. It's not fair to you shareholders to say there is *no* hope here just slim ones and in your eyes dead cert ones. I added balance when all you guys were uber-positive years ago and I was right then and now I am adding balance when all the bashers are being ultra-negative now because this company and stock could still have a happy ending. GL to all longs here and hope you finally get delivered the company you was promised by Buldoc many years ago.

  • Reply to

    Is Tegra rugged & radiation hardened for SpaceX?

    by followon Jun 20, 2014 4:27 PM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 23, 2014 4:52 AM Flag

    No but what SpaceX do is have multiple computers processing the same task and they all vote on the outcome and the majority rules which should filter out the momentarily radiation affected chips. This has actually happened in reality in previous missions, check nasaspaceflightDOTcom forums.

    Mainframe chips on Earth work on the same principle.

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 23, 2014 2:38 PM Flag

    Peace looks like it might be given a one week airing

  • Reply to

    Gap needs to be filled at $28.40

    by backbay_bstn Jun 13, 2014 8:14 PM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 23, 2014 2:52 PM Flag

    I think we have had long enough to confirm the runaway gap so good early call on that. The stock is still butting against resistance but it keeps pushing that resistance higher. It has gone from 29.82 ± 0.3, type Single, strength 8 TO 30.11 ± 0.3, type Single, strength 5 so it has moved it up 29c and reduced the strength from 8 to 5. This has been a really strong technical surge from the positive warning and that $1 gap is a future blow-off valve if ever needed in the future so is TA money in the bank.

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    by scootertime22 Jun 23, 2014 11:08 AM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 24, 2014 4:47 AM Flag

    '2820 units need to be replaced per this report.'

    Where do they say that ? I see 2820 units as being declared future full operational capability (FOC) on slide 23 but I don't see where they say they ALL need to be replaced in one go. They are going to procure additional ETD systems in late FY14 (which ends in September so you have 3 months to get QPL/IDIQ to be available for that) and they say they are going to establish new ETD contracts in FY15 on slide 22. Are you basing your claim on the last statement ? 2820 units is a potential $120-150m order so that would transform this company if you got the contract to replace ALL current TSA ETD units in the future but that is a big IF on many grounds.

  • Reply to


    by scootertime22 Jun 23, 2014 11:08 AM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 24, 2014 10:00 AM Flag

    Why am I here ? To prevent you creating bagholders like you did all over $1 for the past few years exactly like I predicted you would, so I want to ensure you come up with the real facts not your 'we are the champions' BS hopes. You and the other pumpers should be ashamed of yourselves for your irresponsible behavior misleading so many for so long with false hopes. ASTC's price is holding there because it will have $50+m in the bank, great spectrometer IP which has been taken up by a leading world OEM and a very benign chart with every moving average under 9 years underneath the stock supporting it. No-one is expecting another offer you clueless fool.

    As for your so called educating you were just as useless bashing ASTC as you were pumping IMSC, both went in different directions to your false idiotic claims. No-one in their right mind listens to you clueless IMSC pumper idiots because your track record is so bad. I will stay here as long as I damn well please to keep you honest as you have done enough financial damage to newbies here. As to the Gold Standard claim frankly I think that is a figment of Buldoc's imagination and as long as he does not directly claim the TSA said it he can get away with another one of his tall tales of which he has produced so many over the years.

  • Reply to

    Gap needs to be filled at $28.40

    by backbay_bstn Jun 13, 2014 8:14 PM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 24, 2014 12:49 PM Flag

    and that resistance around 30 has now been turned into support which is bad news for those of a bearish disposition ;-)

    BULLISH Confirmation - Strong bullish 3 day chart pattern with Strong 3 day accumulation.
    Confirmation - CONFIRMED breakout above 30.44, no resistance in area just above.

    CURRENT PRICE 30.77, just above resistence, 30.11 ± 0.33, type Single, strength 5


    SUPPORT BELOW -2.1% at 30.11 ± 0.33, type Single, strength 5
    -9% at 27.99 ± 0.31, type Single, strength 5
    -12.9% at 26.8 ± 0.29, type Double, strength 10
    -14.4% at 26.35 ± 0.29, type Triple+, strength 10
    -17.3% at 25.44 ± 0.28, type Triple, strength 10
    -19.9% at 24.66 ± 0.27, type Triple+, strength 10
    -22.9% at 23.71 ± 0.26, type Double, strength 10

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 25, 2014 4:58 AM Flag

    This is from a study released this month and shows the leading edge of this technology which of course we had no doubt ...

    Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
    June 2014, Volume 116, Issue 3, pp 1435-1444
    Study on thermal decomposition of polymers by simultaneous measurement of TG–DTA and miniature ion trap mass spectrometry equipped with skimmer-type interface


    Simultaneous thermogravimetry–differential thermal analysis and miniature ion trap mass spectrometry (TG–DTA–ITMS) instrument equipped with a skimmer-type interface has been successfully developed. The system allows precise real-time monitoring analysis of activated organic compounds such as pyrolysates because gaseous transformation of the evolved gases from the TG–DTA is suppressed by the skimmer-type interface. Also, excessive fragmentation during ionization of molecules can be avoided with the soft ionization method by photoionization. In addition, the miniaturized ITMS is equipped with unique tandem MS capability. These features permit a better understanding of the complicated thermal behavior and the precise pyrolysates of materials. The pyrolysis of various standard reagent polymers such as polymethyl methacrylate, polystyrene, and polyphenylene sulfide has been examined by the TG–DTA–ITMS in inert atmosphere. The synergy effect of the skimmer-type interface and the ITMS was evaluated comparatively with conventional quadrupole mass spectrometry results. It was confirmed that the real-time monitoring ITMS/MS worked satisfactorily. Here, we demonstrate a valuable application of the TG–DTA–ITMS in the detailed analysis of commercial polymers.

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 25, 2014 12:56 PM Flag

    LMT is also doing the new GPS satellites taking over from BA who did the previous model. There are lots of reason why they came looking for more processing capacity.

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 25, 2014 12:58 PM Flag

    Has anyone done a scientific study on any of your IMSC junk ? No, I didn't think so. Loser company with loser products for big losers like you.

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 25, 2014 1:03 PM Flag

    Don't fret about the day to day price. Support is exactly where I predicted, just above 3 and these moving averages to be exact which have over 12m shares behind them

    Day MA
    ----- ----
    10 3.05
    11 3.05
    12 3.05
    13 3.04
    14 3.05
    15 3.05
    16 3.05
    17 3.04
    18 3.03
    19 3.04

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 25, 2014 1:32 PM Flag

    You must be living in another parallel universe, BuldocFantasySpace ?, if you think my predictions are wrong and yours are right. I said the stock would stay over 3 for weeks now all the while you have been claiming under 3, under 2, under 1, repeat ad-nauseum. You are too stupid to realize that as you have the typical moron IQ of a typical gullible IMSC shareholder. I know so much about your company because of you boiler-room bunnies coming over here for years got me curious as to what you were so frightened about being revealed so I did real DD on your company unlike you fantasists and presented it to you guys and made my sales/stock price predictions which were proven accurate over the years unlike you fantasists promising $2-3-4+ to all the new bagholders you shamelessly created with you pumps.

    Why the hell would I be afraid of IMSC, you are a me-too company who brought a dual-IMS detector 10 years after two serious security companies did. You and your company are a joke but you are too stupid to get it. What would a scientific study on your detector say ? It would be one line long: 'Nothing original, similar dual-IMS products brought to market 10 years earlier'. ASTC's product is light years ahead of your me-too product, absolute light years and this study begins to show why.

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 25, 2014 2:07 PM Flag

    Yeah that decade old technology really scares me ROFL !!!!

    It's a joke, a complete utter joke of a company and stock and has been for years. I just want everyone to know from what particular sewer that cucurbita_pepo idiot has spawned from.

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 25, 2014 4:48 PM Flag

    See I told you not to worry, stock price dropped to that support and that sparked volume and the stock then bounced back up again. Underneath these immediate 10-20 day moving averages are all the others in the past nine years rising gently up too including all the ones from the recent rise from 60c which have a lot of volume associated with them too. There are dropping ones above nine years but they are dropping slower than the earlier ones are rising meaning net pressure is up. Shareholders of other companies would love to have a chart this good. This gives the company plenty of time to deliver on its product without the share price being an issue for shareholders unlike 2010-2013.

  • marsavian marsavian Jun 26, 2014 11:19 AM Flag

    There is no guarantee that IMSC will get any/enough TSA orders to ever turn a profit. Functionally what it makes it so superior to any other dual-IMS detector ? In open world competition with the other detectors there are still not enough sales for IMSC to make a profit which proves my point that they don't have a disruptive product. Now you are relying on the TSA to save your butts, good luck with that because you are going to need it. It's easy to copy like your company has done but much harder to innovate and break new ground like ASTC has with 1stDetect. You are just too dumb to know the difference. As to IMSC sailing past ASTC in stock price you can forget that pipe dream as DMRJ have 40-50m cheap options cocked and ready waiting to rain down on you on first sign of trading liquidity e.g QPL/IDIQ PRs. If you ever get to $2 you can count yourselves lucky. I have also told you before that no-one pays me to post although I suspect someone is paying you.

  • Reply to

    Why the melt down?

    by gebenhoeh Jun 17, 2014 9:38 AM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 27, 2014 10:28 AM Flag

    I suspect the dumping is done, at least for now maybe for good. Just need to find some buying strength now, 3.50 is the breakout price at which the moving average support pyramid is fully reformed.

  • Reply to

    Devil's Canyon

    by alexander.dumbass Jun 27, 2014 10:25 AM
    marsavian marsavian Jun 27, 2014 11:39 AM Flag

    1) later better stepping/binning
    2) slight voltage bump
    3) better TIM lowering temperatures allowing more clockspeed to be revealed.

    Intel just need an unlocked i3 too to go with the unlocked Pentium, i5 and i7 and they will then have the complete enthusiast set then.

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