I like this as well:
"Finally, we believe that we are well positioned with our enterprise SSDs customized for the data centers of leading Chinese internet companies and industrial SSDs tailored for Japanese OEMs."
You mean the technologies that Apple already stole from somebody else!
The thing is, it will probably drop down to the $12 - $14 range again before anything happens. I will buy then.
The Centerview PR last week was BS. This is a shady company with questionable motives. I would not be surprised to see an SEC investigation / Trading HALT at some point in the near future.
Man, so glad I sold at $23.60. I thought I was going to be stuck in this stock indefinitely. Bought at $18, and it promptly went to $13. Whew!!! Thank goodness for pop a few weeks ago.
I've been in this stock for nine years, and I would still rather have a management team on the conservative side, rather than pom poms and air horns. By now, the analysts know this, and I don't believe it hurts the SP as much as it did 5 or so years ago. Steady, steady, steady.
A very strong week, despite the pullback from "crazy Wednesday". Next week will be interesting.
Quite the contrary, they put a Morgan Stanley employee on the board. This is to help facilitate the sale of the company.
SSD prices dropped by 12% in just the last quarter alone, now within striking distance of their hard disk drive (HDD) counterparts. The market for SSDs with a capacity of 250GB to 500GB is expected to grow at the highest annual rate between 2016 and 2022. - Computerworld.