Yesterday, one of two things was going to happen. Either Hudson was going to sit on the stock and sell as much as they could and it would have a so so day or they were going to let it go and the stock would probably have broken .20. I find it funny that so many retail investors think Hudson is going to follow the rules of the agreement and follow the selling guidelines. They have a dubious past at best and have not followed the limits up to this point so why would you think they'd stick to the 1 million a month restriction. The good thing is they probably sold 1.5 million yesterday so that's 1.5 million less than they have to sell going forward. When they finish selling and they will soon enough this thing will head much higher. We shall see what they do tmrw. The good thing now is that due to the successful markman maybe we can get some increased volume to churn through the shares a bit faster.
As far as the Markman goes, for those that didn't read it, it was a very nice win. They didn't win every term, but they won the most important terms with the most claims attached to them. So, be careful who you listen to. Activision has much to lose here and i'm sure they are doing what they can to hurt WDDD. Maybe they are helping Hudson, maybe they aren't. They might the heavyweight in their space, but they are no QCOM, APPL or GOOG. Their time is running out, the same as Hudson's. So, Hudson/Activision, if you are listening please take it down cause i'll be waiting for you to bring it right to me.
I'm wondering if Activision has somehow influenced the judge with a bit of cash for a delay. No way a Markman should take 7.5 months and counting. This judge is obviously an idiot and completely underqualified for this relatively simple task. Good God, she can even request help from a technical expert on this matter.
I don't understand why our legal team would have picked this court to put this case in front of. No worries, as I will continue to take advantage of Hudson's stuck position. They have stock for sale, time constraints to get their money back and not too many buyers so bring it right to me Hudson, please.
This has reached the point of ridiculousness. If I were the judge i'd be embarrassed beyond belief at this point.
Is it possible for WDDD to file some sort of formal complaint with some formal Judicial body in regards to this judge taking this long for a Markman? Loge a formal complain to get it on the record and on her record. It's obvious she's over her head on this and why this was ever filed with her in Boston is beyond me, but i'd be curious to know if there is any recourse for WDDD to formally charge her with some sort of delay or ineptness charge. Thx