YHOO Finance is helping by eliminating the DEJ chart historyolder than 5 days - easier to reel in new suckers if they cant see a long term loss of a dollar changing to a nickle-
This is not the type of stock DFA usually goes for, making it all the more interesting theyve taken a healthy position. The CAMP longterm chart is a scream - it explodes upward every decade, gives it all back, except this time trying to hold in. DFA is not a giant fund and when they are holding $20M of a microcap, they usually smell a takeout-
Several years ago, I invested in a company called California Amplifier. They had many similar problems with their company as Widepoint does
I appreciate your mention of CAMP; I used to trade it also. Do you have an opinion on it presently - I cannot see why is laying so low - last downgrade 2007! I am especially interested that Dimensional Funds has a big position. I have made money over the years following them into takeover candidates (Philad Indemnity, Ohio Casualty) and they are pretty keen on finding value that gets bought out - we all like those juicy takeout premiums-
Id like to make a further corrections to First National Bar and Tattoo Emporium, but this will definitely move WYY very quickly into an area we gurus call: No where fast - this is subject to immediate correction and that will be equally incorrect - good night from Fantasy News Headquarters-
sayton, you are clearly the man and the board is begging for more of your lengthy expounding on your vast experience and greatness. Also congrats on the recent 3 week birthday of your identity-
Most beloved Master had intended to come back and rally the troops, but then busboy position at PF Changs came though - go get them Master!!!
Fred, you say the issue is pricing and margins, and you are obviously in a position to know. It reminds me of PTRY who went nearly a decade trying to get margins on gas right, and never really did. But an acquirer saw the real value of the franchise, in location among other things. I feel it could end the same way for WidePoint. When management cant get the most important thing right, but has good contracts, a real business, new management is needed and current holders get rewarded-
Lets agree that all of us are billionaires many times over and we post here to pass the time. I personally own several foreign countries, plus Nebraska, and I'll be acquiring planets as well, in a joint venture with me, Donald Trump and Ronald McDonald-
I think you're right about the buyout, but this one is all in the chart. Since 4th qtr 2013, you buy below 1.5 and when it goes up, have a trailing stop for when it heads back to 1.50 support. We are seeing that again today, and you never want to get completely out, but the position trades are there because someone liquid watches the 1.50 line carefully
true on both counts, jb, but a close at or above 1.5 looks a great place to nibble - this can easily get back to 2 by end of quarter-
sayton, they had the same hopes and dreams 2 years ago as well - like a true Trump supporter, they will continue to double down their double downs. The expression I come back to is Often wrong but never in doubt-
the after hours votes have been tallied and Who Cares has won by a landslide, simply by not talking about women bleeding-
Please educate me on what is happening, other than normal volatility in a thinly traded microcap.
essentially nothing - we kill time by roaring about it- this board is The Sound and the Fury board!
1/5 th of the market cap gone in a week and a ttm PE of N/A do not seem to inspire confidence these days - probably goes by to 1.5 and if that holds, worth a nibble-