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.
Hey Puppies, you still hanging around this dive bar? I still have my VUZI lottery ticket in the drawer somewhere behind the old porn mags. It might be worth a few bucks in 10 years, if it doesn't get tossed out with the used condoms. Ah, such is life. Carry on my friend!
The 200 dma is widely regarded as the technical indicator of the long-term trend. If the share price is above the 200 dma, then the long-term uptrend is considered intact. If it's below the 200-dma, then the stock is in a long-term downtrend. If the stock goes below the 200 dma. You don't want to own it unless it can re-take the 200 dma with conviction.
Whole sector is in the dog house. This will take months to repair the technical damage. 200-dma sits at $78. But there is support around $80-$85. That's the first buy target for those who are aggressive and want to stick their necks out on the chopping block. For those who bought above $100, you have a lot of waiting to do before getting back to even -- if ever. Cramer knows a lot about that, as the self-appointed ambassador of the church of what's working now.
I'm waiting for $80-$85 to buy NXPI. This 1-month ledge on the chart looks like it's ready to implode. Nice gap down this morning on volume. No rush to buy.
Samsung's decision to use in-house chips had large impact on QCOM. Possible new trend of OEM's going in-house is spreading fear in semi's. Not cool.
You really think that if DHL puts in a purchase order for 100,000 units at $500/piece, which amounts to a $50 million purchase, that Paul would not put out a press release? Is that what you think? Seriously, I'd like to know. Because if he doesn't put out that announcment (or in form 8-K), he would be negligent in his responsibilities to report material changes in timely fashion. IMO.
Every night, they go to bed and say a prayer that they will wake up in the morning and see a PR announcement that DHL is purchasing 100,000 units of Vuzix's M100 smartglass. And every morning, they wake up and run downstairs to check their computers with all the excitement of a little kid on Christmas morning, only to be disappointed in the lump of coal left by Paul Travers.
And for this he siphoned over a million in salary throughout his tenure. Nice work if you can get it.
Puppies, nice due diligence on your part. Always refreshing to see someone actually read the 10-K.
Where are the new board members from Intel? Where is the 8k filing for the change in directors? Where is the new combined business plan that was supposed to be implimented within 45 days of the Intel investment? Where is the DHL purchase order that everybody was expecting right after Paul's fluff PR on day of uplisting? What REALLY happened with Lenova in China that they aren't telling us? This thing is starting to stink like a rotten fish. No offense.
Do you think Mark's brother has what it takes to steer this company?
FYI, the people who created ihub were indicted years ago and pleaded guilty to charges of manipulating OTC stocks with pump and dump scanscams. What remains of ihub is a burned out shell of that corrupt organization, and yet a few of their accomplices and beneficiaries still hang out their and stroke themselves with tales of greatness as if it were still the glory days.
DHL is working furiously as we speak on integrating robotics into their picking solution. Just read their website (which actually works well, unlike Vuzix's) to see the advances they are making toward that end. Once it is perfected, DHL will be nothing more than a sweet memory to us. They are stringing VUZI along for the ride, and Paul knows this as evidenced by his frantic fluff PR on the same day of Nasadaq uplisting, which also coincided with the top in this stock. Neglecting to mention in that PR that the pilot was only a meaningless first trial, he had to capitalize on the DHL pilot fluff while it was still relevant. Soon it will not be, as DHL goes dark. He got some mileage out of it while it lasted; good pumper that he is.