Yes jdsu is "incredibly small" as a stock, a company and JC coming down off the golden cross doesn't seem like even he could help this poor pos.
jdsu is the poster child of a bog of stagnant mediocrity
I shouldn't have been rude and demeaning back to you. I apologize. Have a good weekend.
This is another cut and paste from Camp's website:
Look at the last three words... I hope you can comprehend this without me holding your hand and explaining it to you: "and driver activity"
Across industries, pressures are mounting for supervisors, fleet managers and executives in charge of transportation. Mandates to cut costs and boost productivity underscore the need to diligently track vehicle and driver activity.
I was just venting and saying that jdsu is a POS
maybe time to short this pig
CalAmp Corp. develops and markets wireless communications products and solutions for various applications worldwide. It operates in two segments, Wireless DataCom and Satellite. The Wireless DataCom segment offers solutions for mobile resource management applications, machine-to-machine communications space, and other emerging markets that require connectivity anytime and anywhere. Its M2M and MRM solutions enable customers in energy, government, and transportation markets to optimize their operations by collecting, monitoring, and reporting business-critical data and required intelligence from high-value remote and mobile assets. This segment offers a portfolio of wireless communications products, such as asset tracking devices, targeted telematics platforms, fixed and mobile wireless gateways, and multi-mode wireless routers. It also offers cloud-based telematics platform-as-a-service and targeted software-as-a-service applications that facilitate the integration of the companys and third party applications through application protocol interfaces. This segment sells its products and services through direct and indirect sales channels in the United States, as well as through sales personnel in Latin America, Israel, and the United Kingdom. The Satellite segment develops, manufactures, and sells direct-broadcast satellite outdoor customer premise equipment and whole home video networking devices for digital and high definition satellite television services. CalAmp Corp. was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Oxnard, California.
article on DIGG but for all the talk about CAMP being such a big player in the internet of things they are not mentioned. Wonder why.
Yes this sounds right to me.
jdsu management uses jdsu as a piggy bank. And there doesn't seem to be any oversight by the board.
Boy wouldn't that be nice to think jdsu couldn't go down any farther than 12.50
Sadly I don't think this is the case.
But I do hope I am wrong.
And think of all those that knew jdsu's history of meekness and shorted it before earnings!!! They are up BIG also. Just not the longs.