"When Google had it's IPO in 2004, Tilson famously said in 2004 Motley Fool article, "Google with the same market cap of McDonald's (a stock I own)?! HA! I believe that it is virtually certain that Google's stock will be highly disappointing to investors foolish enough to participate in its overhyped offering -- you can hold me to that."  Note: Since then (as of 10/18/13) Google has gone on to give it's investors over a 1050% return."
What ship are you on? We recently got back from a cruise on the Royal Princess. Will take many more when our "ship comes in" with UNXL. LOL!!!!
Story from 2008.............
"A drug to help newborns with a rare heart condition increases from $108 to $1,500 in the space of a year. The price of a 40-year-old anti-cancer drug increases 8,000 percent. A treatment for babies with spasms jumps from $1,600 to $23,000 seemingly overnight. That's the reality of the last decade as startup pharmaceutical companies buy up the rights to old drugs used to treat rare illnesses and jack up the prices overnight.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar convened a hearing of the Joint Economic Committee on Thursday to look into the price gouging. Entitled "Small Market Drugs, Big Price Tags: Are Drug Companies Exploiting People With Rare Diseases?" the hearing offered evidence that some drug companies dramatically increase the prices of drugs used to treat rare illnesses because for the patients and insurers there are no alternatives.
“I understand that we have a market-based economy,’’ Klobuchar told the committee. “It’s fine for companies to make money on the products they sell. But when you’re dealing with the well-being of sick patients – babies and the elderly and everyone in between – there has to be special consideration,’’ Klobuchar said. “I don’t think this is the law of supply and demand.’’
Klobuchar told several stories from constituents whose medical costs moved out of reach. The names of two companies, Ovation Pharmaceuticals and Questcor Pharmaceuticals, popped up again and again."
"The SEC has informed the Company that this inquiry should not be construed as an indication that any violations of law have occurred or that the SEC has any negative opinion of any person, entity or security."
"Tremor Video, Inc. provides technology-driven video advertising solutions for advertisers and agencies, and publisher partners in the United States and internationally. "
"Jefferies analyst Brian Pitz said Tremor Video is facing increasing competition as clients buy more ads on TV rather than online."
What does this portend for MM?
Unless this thing is a complete fraud, this is way overdone. This was selling for $25.90 a couple of days ago. I picked some up at $10.19 after hours and will buy more next week if it goes into the 9's.
Maxdaddy was right, 2 VERY BULLISH articles, particularly Forbes.
I agree that this is an undervalued stock and believe it will be up to $10 by end of year. Surprised how little activity there is on this board considering it's a heavily traded stock.