I am admittedly very optimistic about Widepoint, and having been in this investment as long as I have, I've observed trading patterns, volume, news releases, etc. with hawkish interest (no pun intended Hawk). Something is coming soon, and I believe it will be a good thing. Still waiting very patiently. I would add that you are a great addition to this message board Fred. Thoroughly enjoy your insights and knowledge shared. I'm going to take a leap of faith in my hopes that we get something meaningful news wise by month end. Could pertain to many things. Go Widepoint!
What are your thoughts now on Widepoint. I have always accepted and appreciated your input on this board, although at times I may not have agreed with your words. It is clear to me at this point that Widepoint is turning the corner and come two quarters from now, we will officially be in a sustainable, accelerated earnings curve. Who knows, with things ramping as they are, maybe Q2 will surprise and we'll earn a cent or two. Obviously you still have an interest in Widepoint's potential or you would not be wasting your time posting. I wish you a great day Portman, and of course, go Widepoint!
Very true Truth. Very true. It's good to have you on the board my friend. Enjoy the exchanges. Let's keep planting words of hope and eventually the mighty oak with show itself. Go Widepoint!
That sounds about right. Heavy volume with plenty of follow through. Samsung does carry some serious weight and I can't wait for the official announcement from Samsung. I am seriously over weighted in this company for obvious reasons (at least to the longs on this board). We're on to a good thing here jhs. Our patience will be rewarded, and this year. Go Widepoint!
When the one two punch of official news from Samsung regarding their relationship with Widepoint combined with confirmation of the Coast Guard portion of the BPA being secured comes down the pipe, we will get the push we need. This could come any day now. Go Widepoint!
No way around it Cheech. Things are looking up for us on all fronts. Q1 drew a definitive line in the sand. We are crossing into the event horizon where the force of momentum takes hold and there is no turning back. I am thoroughly convinced of this. Have a great day!
Good Morning Cheese,
No apologies necessary Cheechwiz. Pennywise is your go-to person for all things HACK related. I have never commented on HACK but am elated they continue to buy. Things are going to continually heat up for Widepoint as we waltz down the aisle of 2015. I'm beyond excited at this point. Go Widepoint!
Sounds like a plan Truth. Enjoy your picnic. Briefly, I went to a local butcher shop in our city that deals exclusively in grass fed, , pure organic, humanely raised livestock. In truth (no pun intended), I eat little meat but yesterday's weather put the bbq front row and center. Long story short, I made some hamburgers that would rival the finest available. Like a great hamburger starts with the beef, a great vision for securing our cyberworld stems from the technology. Widepoint definitely has the beef. Bon appetite Truth, and of course, go Widepoint!
I agree with your speculation Truth, but it feels awkward that Apple is the black sheep of the family. What is taking place is holistic, and that includes Apple. I would find that extremely unfair to Apple users to have to purchase a second Android phone in order to be in compliance. Crazy if you ask me. Hopefully Apple will agree to this new paradigm and all will be well, but Apple's history speaks otherwise.
Forgive me Grandslam, I am in the process of enjoying my morning coffee, waking to the day and perusing the message board. You mention the Big Four. I know of the big three being Kyocera, LG, and now Samsung. Who is the big fourth? Why I ask is I am still awaiting some confirmation that Apple is on board to allow their devices to be outfitted with COD. To date, all I have heard is that COD will work with Apple, but nothing definitive from Apple on the matter. As you know, Apple gave TPM the big send off after only allowing it on their computers for a couple of years. With a 100 million addressable device market for COD, is it possible that Apple would prefer to not participate, leaving government/enterprise individuals to actually have two devices (one Apple, one Android) in order to part of the reindeer games. This would not be my preference. In my mind, it is odd that Apple hasn't received much more that a brief mention in all the developments to this point. If Apple were to publicly announce participation in COD, this will be an undeniable slam dunk. Your thoughts? Have a great day and go WIdepoint!
Good Morning Jhs9,
I reside in the great state of Washington which offers a multitude of superior outdoor experiences. From the Mt. Baker region West to the Olympic peninsula, it is simply spectacular. The Eastern portion of the state is a different kind of beauty, but awe inspiring just the same. The Gorge is a prime example of such. Nice to have you on this board. Lots happening these days with our common interest. Getting back to your place of residence, what are your feelings on the drought. Our Governor here in Washington just issued a drought warning for our state. If it's bad here, it must be getting desperate there. I've often pondered how many gallons of water it takes to fill and maintain all the pools in California. Then one must consider how much water is being directed to regions of the state that normally would not support life if water were not introduced by man's hand. It get's complicated for sure. My wish is that climate change hasn't finally put the hammer of judgement down on us quite yet and will allow for more time to adopt new policies to get our environmental act together, but I fear mankind on a global scale will require more of a push rather than shove to get the ball rolling. Time will tell most certainly. Be well.
You are all right in my books. Additionally, you have an extremely witty sense of humor. Glad you are with us. Be well JB.