For the most part "jmei" is harmless enough. Doesn't shout or call names. However, I don't feel he posts with a true conviction with his opinion for HIMX. Reading over past posts it appears the posts are created only to entice a response. It is like the child that continually tries to interrupt the adults having a conversation. I agree with the ignoring request. It would go a long way if no one responded to his posts. His posts are redundant and irrelevant. So please reframe from responding. Just let "jmei" slide. Thanks.
Listen, Eeyore, don't be so pessimistic. So long as the stock closes in the green it's a good day. Even if it closes up one penny. And I have the feeling it will close higher than a penny. Don't worry. HIMX is coming into its own.
Keep in mind, this is the year that not only wearables will flood the markets, but VR and AR are to be rolled out. It doesn't matter if it's Facebook or Microsoft or someone else. Each company wants to be in front, to lead, to dominate. They will all want to get their product into the hands of the consumers. Lots of consumers. Supply and demand for parts dictates HIMX and its competitors will all be used. VR should be in full swing by summer. I'm sticking with HIMX hopefully to December, maybe longer.
Should add, I think $15 is a fair conservative price. If they can score with Perry and say another celeb and a couple of sports games, it would not be unrealistic to see between $20 and $30 a share. But this is very broad speculation. Seeing $7 in the next weeks or so, and no buyout, I'll be happy.
This is SPAM.
This is a pump for Ultimate Spam Alerts.
And these dopes are so stupid they're spamming a board that is currently under used.
I'd like to believe he got his shares on the cheap and took a nice profit. But, all indications show Glu is more likely to increase than decrease. Also, for a VP he wasn't holding that many shares. As Steve44 points out he trades and there were no others dumping. It's just his timing. Maybe he was heading to Vegas on Feb 6.
Z can state they will deliver 100% mobile-first games, but, Zynga will need successful games. Otherwise, they can drop as many games as they want, but will not dominate. So far Z has not had a very successful history of games. My money stays with Glu. Better games, better management.
Ah, so that's what happened to you, SPAM-BOY. You were a fool with investing and lost all your money. Now you troll all the boards for otc and get paid a nickel for each email address you steal. With such a bad attitude you need to find something better to do. You're a bad rep for otc.
On Jan 29 of this year it was reported prestigious research group Foster & Sullivan has surveyed the European AR market and decided to bestow Infinity AR with the Technology Innovation Award. Not bad for such a small company. Still, there seems to be activity with ALSO without news. I'm taking a chance and picking up a few shares. Certainly cheap enough for a gamble.
Again, it would benefit this board if you would reframe from responding to this poster. Oldno has it right, "Hold and ignore."
The shares represented 62% of his stake in Glu, which were divested in multiples transactions dated Feb 5. He now has a 48,161 stake in the company.
Have to question the timing even if he was in need of the cash. Any thoughts on this?
Should add, I hold Glu and believe the stock will be moving higher. It is important to be aware of both the good and bad news out there. There are certainly a large number of analysts who see Glu as a good investment calling for an average price of $8. So, we will see.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
sba, what's your knowledge of Corning (GLW) and their new gorilla glass? I understand they've blended their original glass with GT's scratch proof glass and made a glass that wont break.
This is an insightful opinion piece written by de Masi. And I see nothing negative directly pointed at Glu. de Masi is pointing out that Asia knows a good sector, mobile gaming, and is focused on control. He states 75% of mobile gaming is in the hands of Asia. That major powers that be, Tencent, Softbank and Alibaba, have the money and platforms to incorporate startups and indies.
He goess on to say, if the west does not follow their lead, Asia, all mobile gaming will be held by the east. He believes, Yahoo, Facebook and Unity could help control the erosion of mobile games and give them protection as well as promoting them to succeed. Tencent already has a piece of Activision. The Asian companies have the cash to buy controlling interest in the US markets.
de Masi makes a valued point that indies and small companies should seek the protection of larger companies through partnerships or from allowing acquisitions. I would not be opposed to sy Facebook taking a 10%, or larger, stake in Glu. Given that Glu has a strong portfolio of 3D games and Facebook has Oculus rift, it would be the perfect match.
I interpret de Masi's opinion piece as bring us up to speed. That the sector is changing and we need to be prepared for those changes.
HIMX is up 22 cents in AH. Gee, that can't be good. It might be a omen HIMX may do well tomorrow morning. Yikes!
Closing up 10 cents is "negative" to you????
Well, pal, if HIMX close up Friday then I welcome this kind of negative.