I wonder if insiders will open their wallets and buy more on the open market at prices below where they bought 2/3 of the company. Probably not.
Because growth has peaked and dilutuon is totally out of control. Future growth is reliant on another major hit, which is not certain to happen. Last but not least, it is way way overvalued compared to KING based on P/E and P/S and DCF metrics. Now that growth is decelerating, there is NO reason for this stock to trade at a premium to KING.
In addition, the Issuer and the Reporting Person agreed to use their commercially reasonable efforts within the 45-day period following the Closing Date, to negotiate in good faith a collaborative development agreement pursuant to which they would collaborate with respect to certain key technologies of the Issuer, and the Issuer would grant certain rights to the Reporting Person to be a lead partner in commercializing such technologies in certain markets to be agreed upon.
I'm looking for a quick pump & dump trade. The combination of GLUU and Gomes is the perfect marriage of hype and short-term volatility, all wrapped up in a garbage stock with a pretty bow on it. Come on Mark, we need some more lipstick on this pig. Help us out. Remember, $10 by year end, you promised!
With that Seeking Alpha article he wrote, saying the stock was going to $10 by the end of the year. He killed all his subscribers who averaged up due to his irrational exhuberance. Guy can't even get the DIRECTION right, let alone the price target. Thing went from $7 to $3.40 intead of $7 to $10. The true value of his predictive skills is zero, after factoring in all the wrong calls he's made. No better than flipping a coin, but he talks a good game for those with no BS detector.
Yeah, Gomes is still pumping this POS, though he's been rather quiet lately. He's been taking a beating over at the private PTT message board for his underperformance in 2014. He's been laying low and hoping it blows over. If he was smart, he would cut this garbage stock loose and book a 10% profit and don't look back. This is the only "winner" he's picked in a year, and that's really saying something. All his other picks either went bankrupt or are in the red. DLIA, MATR, JAKK, and AERO. All of them - black holes, where money goes to die. And people actually PAY him for picking losers. What a racket.
Carter Worth from CNBC fast money show is awful. I monitored his trades for a while and his track record is terrible. I would do the opposite of anything he says. His price target for FB is $65 and it's based on the chart, not fundamentals. We'll see if he's right.
What the heck are they waiting for? How many default waivers can they expect from Union Bank? Same old garbage. Again, don't be surprised to see insane dilution at cut-throat prices sometime in 2015. What a joke. I guess insiders want the chance to buy more stock at $.05, because $.09 wasn't cheap enough for them in the last go-round.
The Credit Agreement contains representations and warranties, affirmative, negative and financial covenants, and events of default, applicable to the Company and its subsidiaries which are customary for Credit Facilities of this type including maintaining a Fixed Charge Coverage Ratio between Adjusted EBITDA and principal and interest payments (as defined in the Credit Agreement) of not less than 1.25:1.00 as of the close of each fiscal quarter and an EBITDA (as defined in the Credit Agreement) of at least $2,750,000 as of the close of each fiscal quarter, for the 12-month period ended as of the last day of the quarter. The Company did not satisfy the minimum Fixed Charge Coverage Ratio requirement and the minimum EBITDA requirement for the 12-month period ended September 30, 2014, and in connection therewith obtained a waiver of such non-compliance from Union Bank for the period then ended
glensglenn, good question. I think you are correct. It will take a new hit, on the order of DH or KKH to move the needle to the extent that it results in 100% share price appreciation. Their smaller grossing games do not move the needle in a big way. All they do is bring in enough money to keep the lights on, pay employee salaries, and fund DeMasi's personal ATM habit via stock and option grants. But that's about it. Not much is left over for shareholders, especially after all the massive dilution year after year. The new problem now is that the revenue base has gotten so big, that any meaningful growth will be harder and harder to come by without having another mega hit like KKH fall into their lap.
And form monopolies with other pharma companies. See who really holds the power here.
You are mistaken. These knockoffs are not coming from "a guy in a garage". Nordcurrent, the maker of the game Cooking Fever, is an established small company that is knocking-off Diner Dash. Their game has been in the top 50 grossing games on iOS for many weeks now. Which is more than I can say for nearly all new GLUU games, which tend to fizzle out after a few weeks of fame (like Robocop, Dino hunter, etc...). In fact, all the long-term evidence shows that GLUU has only one game with staying power. And that is Deer Hunter. So when DeMasi says he has the secret recipe for keeping games popular, it is all hype. I'm sorry you've fallen for the hype.
Wondering if Express Scripts will go after other bio-techs now that they just de-clawed GILD. How safe is CELG pricing model?
Guys, forgive me for interrupting your love fest, but I can locate only one pumper who sparked this whole argument. Funny, he started the fire and escaped out the back door.
chevycorvette02 • 13 hours ago
What if it is Intel/Vuzix IP for the Hololens. The smart glass market is getting pretty intresting!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The new Lindsey Lohan game is the THIRD knockoff of a GLUU game engine in recent weeks. Prior to this we saw knockoffs of Deer Hunter and Diner Dash engines. Both of which had success in the top 50 gross earners on iOS. If these knockoff games from no-name companies keep piggybacking off GLUU and stealing customers, this alone will prove to be a gradual but continuous devaluation scenario for GLUU in the eyes of the market, as it becomes more and more clear that there are zero barriers to entry in this industry and game platforms are free for the the taking by any small player willing to take it. Good luck. And don't say nobody saw this coming.
Dude, what is your problem? You don't have to call everyove a troll just for posing a reality check. You come off worse for sounding like a pumper who is trying to censor discussion. Nobody should invest in stocks if they insist on wearing blinders.
Yes, I read his article and I think he is mistaken. He didn't even address the lapse in financial reporting. Whether he even knows about it, or he's just blowing it off, I can't say. But my point is that an uplisting isn't coming anytime soon. Yes, it may come down the road. But hyping the expectation on this message board and Seeking Akpha isn't doing anybody any favors.
Use your brain. This company paid over $70 million for one game that can barely hold the top 20, and will never see the top 10 in its lifetime. That's a big reason why this stock tanked from $7 to $3.50 after the news was announced. They pretty much announced to the world that they have no skill at creating games organically from the ground up. And the market voted with their feet. The company is in survival mode. It is dilutuon or die. Acquire outside games and hope and pray they stay popular long enough to recoup some of the cost before the game fades into oblivion. That is their business model. Gomes likes it. But the market doesn't. Too bad Gomes is not the market. Haha!