Odd...when I did my check early Friday morning, KITE2 was at #10, but still in stock. Glitch in their system or sold out then replenished same day? On a related note, the STRIKE7 moved from 672 yesterday, to 532 today, yet says (and has said for some time) "online only" "not available" "currently unavailable online". I can't quite wrap my head around how a SKU can sell ZERO units yet move up 140 spots, UNLESS, every other SKU from 500 or so down also sold ZERO units and then they're ranked by item number or some other metric other than the prior 24 hour period's performance. Any observations on this subject?
Thanks for the advice. We'll know soon enough if the actions they've taken to date will bear fruit. I went on a little field trip the other day to look at some of their product. Looked to me to be well built, high quality furniture. Maybe a bit expensive for most, but there is a niche for most price points.
You give yourself a 6% closing price window and then miss it by 130% and still pat yourself on the back? Too bad the markets didn't close an hour sooner right turdly?
conference attendees. The right existing product mix at the right time with innovative products in the pipeline or just hitting the market. IF a few institutions see the same potential I see, MCZ could move up quickly. When those guys decided to build a position, they don't play. It's market orders til they get the qty they want. Exciting times!
Of the 14 SKU's i'm tracking at GameStop, 9 are currently in the top 5% of all accessories (i.e. ranked 178 or higher.) Of the 5 which are not in the top 5%, 3 are out of stock online, and possibly sold out altogether.
On general principle, I just believe it is bad business to essentially make a promise (i.e. a delivery date), and then not execute. That's called OPUD: Over Promising, Under Delivering. The goal is the opposite: UPOD, Under Promise, Over Deliver.
looks like MCZ screwed the pooch again on that one. That's likely at least $1.3M in lost revenue for 4q14, and possibly lost forever as race game enthusiasts purchase the Thrustmaster model instead. Not Good!
I rely on TDAmeritrade's Trade Architect to alert me to company news. I used Yahoo! Portfolios for years, but it's just too unreliable to even fool with any more. Even when they do show company PR's, the newsfeed spam from any mid to large caps I might be following quickly push anything relevant off the page. Marrisa has darn near ruined Yahoo! Finance. I fully expect her to 86 the message boards soon.
I spoke to soon wrt Amazon as they now report "ships from and sold by amazon". Hopefully everybody will restock. I've developed a strange sort of fondness for this headset for some unexplainable reason.
in any event, I hope it goes to a $100 for you guys. I was just sharing my reasons for never buying in, right or wrong as they may prove to be. The immediate fact is that I missed a nice run-up.
I went back and read their profile after my previous past and saw where they they claim to be a, " designer, manufacturer and provider of wireless handsets and related products to OEMs, carriers, distributors and consumers in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific." Given their limited in house R&D capabilities, how can they possibly hope to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung? Even 3rd gen phones from either of those two are likely superior to anything IFON can develop in-house? AND much cheaper.
Providing service is another animal, but that side of the business is beginning to become highly competitive as well.
I'm not 100%, but I believe mojo owners will still have to go thru the OYUA store to download games/apps. The prices will be the same as if you we're using OYUA hardware. The pluses are that this potentially creates another revenue stream for MOJO (assuming there is revenue sharing), MOJO gets added publicity, and MOJO users have access to additional games/apps other than what is on Google Play/Tegra/etc. Win-win as far as I can tell since hardware was likely break-even at best for OYUA.
Anybody else having the problem of new posts not bumping the thread? Unless you follow up with another post, nobody sees the first one.
Have you ever watched the series "Wall Street Warriors" on Hulu? One of the guys featured turned $13k into $1.5M by shorting overhyped micro/small caps around the 1999-2005 time frame. Shorting isn't really my style, but there are definitely quite a few solid candidates for the strategy now-a-days, especially in the micro/small cap arena.