Good Afternoon Victor,
My thanks for directing traffic to the SDC panel video. I highly recommend everyone watch it. Tom Carol from Samsung mentioned the banking vertical a couple of times. Many have criticized Jim Mc for talking about the big banking institution they are planning to work with. I believe it's going to happen although a longer time frame was/is required. Watch this video everyone. It is most uplifting and supportive of our little company that can. Go Widepoint, and thanks again for the excellent post Victor. A very good weekend to all.
Good Evening Simon,
I would like to thank you personally for all of your contributions to this board. Your posts are fully appreciated by me and quite educational. You really know your stuff! As far as the CDM contract is concerned, my feeling is that we are going to hear something in respect to progress on that front in the next company call. The planets continue to slowly align, and I will be completely dumbfounded if Widepoint fails to garner a piece of the CDM puzzle. Have a great evening Simon and go Widepoint!
Good evening to you GrandSlam. It has been a while since we had an exchange. My life continues to challenge me on all levels with illness in the family. I will spare you from the details but let me just say that getting old is not an easy thing. My plan is to simply do the best I can and carry the best attitude I can. It's all one can do really. As far as Hawk is concerned, I have not heard or read anything from him for a considerable amount of time. I sincerely hope that coping with illness has not become part of his portfolio as well. All of us on this board are not exactly spring chickens, so when good men like Hawk go dark my first concern is their health. I hope we hear from him again in the near future. He is a good man in my opinion who has shared plenty of worthwhile information with all of us. I remind everyone that Hawk was the man who brought the BPA to light before anyone knew about it. Have a great evening and a good sleep GrandSlam. We still have so very much to be optimistic about. This is the road I am taking anyway. Still holding every single share and have even added some over the last few months. I do believe my tank is topped now so time to coast and wait and see. Go Widepoint!
I hope this post finds everyone in good spirits. This next conference call could and should be a good one. Yes, I know I say this every time there is a conference call but I can't help being excited about our little Widepoint. With all the partnerships announced of late it's hard not to be just a little optimistic. Having been in Widepoint now for over 5 years I've watched the stock price with great interest and I must say it feels like we are readying for a positive move. I'm no technician but it's just the way it's trading these days is the best way I can describe it. We'll see if I'm ready for the looney bin or there is actually something to my observations. Once again, I wish everyone a good evening, let's stay hunkered down in the words of our fearless CEO, and of course, go Widepoint!
Due to both my age and a sincere desire to not participate in Twitter, I may be a little off on what I just read, but hopefully not too far off. On Daniel Turissini's Twitter page, it appears that he posted information this afternoon pertaining to an actual upcoming demonstration of COD on the new Cybersecurity Television channel I talked about some posts past. I could not figure out when this will will take place, but maybe some of you more competent Twitter people could find this out for us. I think things are finally starting to turn for our company. You know what's next. Go Widepoint!!!!! Have a great weekend everyone.
I went to the site and the deadline for quotes/bids is 3.28.16. Let's keep our fingers crossed. Thanks again Bargee.
Good Morning Bargee,
Thank you for bringing this to the attention of the board. This is very encouraging. My thought process leads me to believe quotes/bids will be accepted until month end as that is the end of the first quarter. Hopefully a candidate will be selected soon afterwards and we hear about it on the next conference call. Hopefully it will be our little engine that could. Have a great day, thanks for being there, and of course go Widepoint!
The positives you have cited Simon are worthy positives indeed. I'm continuing to hold the line here. This company will turn eps positive this year, and I will go out on a limb as suggest we will get some worthwhile news at some point. Have a great day Simon, and of course, go Widepoint!
Good Morning Curley,
You have always been the utmost of gentlemen on this board and I am sad to see you go, but that does not mean you don't have the option to reenter at some point. I will openly confess to being disappointed at where things are at, especially the Coast Guard. Now that's what I call a real hydra there. Steve Komar's description of the administrative levels left me cringing. I have no idea how they can successfully tackle a decentralized organization like the Coast Guard. He said they will keep trying so good on them. Steve K. also reiterated that he believes they are on the threshold of good things to come and with earnings projected to turn positive in the last half with somewhat higher margins beginning there is still room for hope here. Steve also suggested that their partnerships with the 800 pound Gorillas holds promise. I think he even said that level of promise could be too much in certain instances due to Widepoints size, but that is a good problem to have. There is no doubt thinks are migrating to multi-factor authentication. Widepoint is there, waiting with open arms. Be well Curley and don't be a stranger. I honestly don't know how this is going to turn out, but hope is still alive. Best of days to you.
I want to wish everyone all the best as we continue to move forward as Widepoint shareholders. I for one am looking forward to hearing from our management team on Tuesday, and again in another month or so. Lots to look forward to this year. Good night all, and of course, go Widepoint!
Good Evening All,
Things are quiet at present and I feel that it is for good reason. I, more than most understand what it is to be holding to Widepoint shares over an extended period of time. I am guilty as charged. But underlying this is my constant belief that good things are coming for this company. If you have done the research it is very clear that Widepoint is at the precipice of making a profitable business bloom. It's very clear in that regard, at least to myself anyway. This is what keeps me in the game. Many come to this board and many go, but few stay. I am still here and will continue to be until the candle of hope is extinguished once and for all. My feeling is that the candle will burn brighter than most dreamed, and 2016 is the turnaround year for Widepoint. In the end, we all must make our stand. This is a big one for me. Succeed or fail, please remember this. Whatever happens in life, every day above ground is better than below. I wish you all a good evening, and whatever happens with our company will happen. The stock market is not about nice guys finishing last. Much about other things I surmise. But nice guys do count, and they definitely do not always finish last. Be well and go Widepoint!
Someone used the term 'heavy lifting' in a recent post. The way I see heavy lifting occurring with Widepoint is in how they are allied with Samsung, AT&T, and others now and soon to be announced. To the untrained eye, our company appears to be making little progress, but I believe that could not be further than the truth. With the 'heavy lifting' now happening quietly in the background (Sammy & AT&T are carving a big path through hill and dale as I type this), it's just a matter of time before some sizable contracts are revealed with major commercial/enterprise entities. All we need to get some momentum stirring is for some leadership by large enterprise/commercial players and off we go. Toss in mounting pressure from increasing insurance company mandates revolving around cyber security and things get even clearer here. On top of all this, Widepoint's offerings actually bring savings to the table (substantial savings) to those who engage in their services. What's not to like here? Rear Admiral Bob Day and Mr. Johnson's enrollment is most confirming to me as well. I think our companies management deserve a little more time and respect to show us they can get the job done. I am willing to wait, and I do not believe we will have to wait that much longer for signs of better days ahead. 2016 is our year. Have a great day everyone and of course, go Widepoint!
I believe you mean PKI (Public Key Infrastrure) as opposed to PIK (Payment in Kind).
Have a great day and go Widepoint!
Good Morning Ilove,
Can you please give us a sense of what it's going to look like when all humanity knows the truth about Widepoint. From my vantage point, that will be a wonderful thing. When enterprise, government and the citizen base in general become aware of what this company can do for them, the share price will respond favorably. Why are you so down on Widepoint? Please be honest here.
I came upon this and want to share it with everyone. Great interview with Dan Turissini from about one week ago. There is also another one which is a couple of weeks old with Dan T. speaking directly to SolPass capabilities. For those new to Widepoint, Daniel Turissini is someone to listen to. I like to think of him as one of the rock stars of COD. Brilliant man. The site you might like to visit is cybersecuritytv.net, then do a search for Dan Turissini. You will be presented with a slew of videos of which a couple involve Dan T. A great resource for the interested now and in the future. Have a great day and of course go Widepoint!
Good Morning SImon,
Your technical level of understanding is deep and most impressive. How do I thank you for sharing your knowledge with us other than to say thank you. You are a good, well meaning individual. So good to have you on this board. I look forward to when all of us believers/supporters or whatever we call ourselves, raise our cyber-spirit of choice to our respective screens and yell out a resounding cheers! We finally did it. I am looking forward to that day so very much. Have a great day SImon, and go Widepoint! Go Samsung!
Good Evening Simon,
Everything you post is confirming of a positive outcome for Widepoint. This a very exciting time for our company although the share price is not reflective of this. I suggest holding the line and waiting for a few months to see if we gain some traction here. My belief is we will. As always. thank you for your tireless contributions to this board and go WIdepoint!
Thank you Simon. We still have some question marks before us but also some very big exclamation marks. If we can catch just a couple of breaks soon there will be plenty of smiling faces on this board. I continue to be very optimistic. Your contributions to this board are most appreciated. Be well and go WIdepoint!