Thanks to the Intel investment, they just paid down their accounts from $2.2 million to $829k. Meanwhile, accounts receivable is only $255k. If they go back to floating their accounts to artificially inflate their cash position, you want to run as fast as you can. If A/P goes back up over $2 million, I'm throwing the red flag for deceptive accounting.
He's already giving possible excuses in case they don't hit the mark. Not a good sign.
I'm still having nightmares about that NASCAR ad. Pretty soon, we won't have to worry about them being good stewards of capital because there won't be anything left to steward.
Sorry. Just had to get that in.
It seemed like a lot of analysts on the conference call had problems understanding how the company was reconciling non-gaap earnings. The same question, asked repeatedly by different analysts, who were clearly frustrated. If the stock crashes today, that is the reason. Institutions need faith in accounting in order to maintain support of a stock.
Someone doesn't like it.
Icar, please don't take this the wrong way, but you come across as the biggest blowhard I've ever seen on Yahoo message boards. And I've been around over 15 years. You really are something amazing to behold.
I had sold 3/4 of my VUZI a few weeks ago and put it all into GLUU around $5.1. But at current price, I like HILL better. It will be the first of all three to hit $10, and the only one to hit $20.
Hey, nice to see you puppies! What do you think of GLUU?
Tonight, director Hanny Nada filed form 4 with SEC, he sold half his stake in GLUU, around 1.5 million shares. That hurts. I will be shocked if GLUU doesn't drop over 5% tomorrow.
He sold 100k shares on 4/30. Just once, I wish these prima donnas in the executive suite could lay off the sell button every time the stock gets rolling. I guess this is fair value for now. It was nice while it lasted.
Weren't you the same guy who kept saying this stock should be trading at $10 ever since Gomes recommended it back in October 2013? And now you're caught without any shares??? LOL!!! I thought you had faith in your guru. Guess not. Better luck next time on your swing trading.
In IBD momo world, anything less than a "beat and raise" is considered a warning. Their words are chosen to cater to their paid subscribers. Consider it a blessing. It will be good to get the IBD lemmings out of this stock so we can find the true bottom.
Bad technical sign. Means no instututional support showed up to defend the 50-dma. This is usually a bad tell when that happens. Bears are loving this chart, unfortunately.
April 28, 2015 5:08 PM EDT by Jason Cohen, Editor in Insights • Technology
Canaccord Genuity analyst Matthew Ramsay was out pounding the table on NXP Semiconductors NV (NASDAQ:NXPI), reiterating a Buy rating and raising the price target to $130 (from $110), which represents a potential upside of 34% from where the stock is currently trading.
Ramsay wrote, “We continue to believe NXP is fundamentally the best positioned mixed-signal semiconductor firm, regardless of market cap. We anticipate sustainable growth at least 50% above the sector over the next several years with integrated security providing multi-sector differentiation. As such, we believe NXP shares deserve at least a sector multiple, despite the debt load, as growth naturally deleverages the company long term. Incorporating the effects of the pending Freescale merger, our thesis changes little.”
“We believe the companies’ product portfolios are complementary and should allow for considerable costs synergies, pushing operating margin toward 30% once fully integrated. We conservatively model $9-10 in 2017 combined earnings power and significant free cash flow generation to quickly delever back to 2.0x debt/EBITDA, likely followed by the resumption of aggressive stock repurchases long term. We reiterate our BUY rating despite near-term sector headwinds and believe the recent stock pullback provides a buying opportunity.”, the analyst added.