I about had a heart attack when, I think, Yahoo had a 90-something cent AH's. So I read the abridged version of the 10-Q, and didn't find anything alarming. For instance:
"We believe our cash and cash equivalents on hand as of September 30, 2013, together with amounts to be received from our collaborative research agreements, should be sufficient to fund our ongoing operations as currently planned for at least the next twelve months. Through September 30, 2013, we have financed our operations primarily through the sale of convertible notes, the private placement of equity securities, the sale of common stock through a public offering, and from revenue derived from grants or collaborative research agreements."
So, I don't kmow what happened. a computer glitch or someone bailing for no reason. Only thing is, I am POd that the pps has basically recovered while I was reading the 10-Q. Much ado about nothing, it looks like.
rivvir: RDN's statement indicated they "immediately matched" the competition. I don't think they mentioned when that took effect. However, it was only 5-100ths-of-a-percent (or 5 basis points), so that will have very little impact on net revenue, I would think.
Yes. A minimal downward effect. A few cost cutting moves by MI's that adopt the 5-basis-point reduction will mitigate the deleterious pull on net revenue.
I think rivvir is referring to RDN's statement that reduced the interest they charge by 5 basis points to counter existing and new MI competitors rates. It would have a slight effect on RDN's revenues.
I agree with both of you about the future prospects. They are very bright, indeed.
However, I sold my position 2 days ago for $10.15 a share bc I was afraid of this very thing happening. I will watch HIMX, and establish a more permanent position in the coming weeks. GL
Re-established my position @ $7.559.
The long-term potential of ONVO is outstanding, not to mention the possibility of a buyout (just not too soon, OK management?).
Also: 1) Win 8 laptop smartphones and tablet growth in Q4 -- long-term growth engine. 2) ASIC project: won new projects from existing and new customers. 3) mulpile top-tier customers for new HMD's early-stage for certain customers pilot run in Q3. ...working with numerous partners to create projects targeting a wide range of applications. ...its LCOS microdisplay business remains one of the most important areas for future growth.
Not of GOOG, but MSFT and others will increase future earnings in 2014. Will be flat however in Q4. So may see some selling today or in the coming week. If so, it will create a buying opportunity.
Taiwan is 13 hours ahead of EST cities. The conference call is scheduled for 8AM EST here. That would be 9PM Taiwan time Thursday, if I'm not mistaken.
As far as when HIMX will post earnings, I don't know. Usually companies post earnings in advance of C.C.'s
Huh... just looked at TDA again. estimates .085-.09.
But good forward guidance is what is most important.
I looked at Yahoo Finance and TD Ameritrade earnings forecast the other day. Yahoo had it at .09. TDA had analysrs estimates from .06 to .11 (mean .078-.08).
It would be great if they had a significant earnings beat, but robust forward guidance is definitely more important.
SA and MF articles are not worth reading for the most part. I used to read them quite often years ago, but very rarely do now.
Somethings screwy about the last couple movement.