Red hot, he says! Maybe somewhere but not for this little company. The greater concern is the historically proven lack of concern for the shareholder by the CEO....I have never forgotten owning the stock and it was over $9 and Ken Berlin did a secondary for $5....how do you explain that? Was he doing somebody a favor or did he get taken advantage of or what? Makes little difference to those of us who lost a lot of our retirement when he did it.
Same old thing, the stock pops a little on headline and the smart money sells the pop and the rest of you welcome a new class of ROSG bagholders. In my opinion, ROSG management is not real interested in what they do for shareholders, maybe they hold such an atypical, VERY SMALL amount of the stock...they are more interested in their paychecks. And history shows that investors are just used as an ATM.
or call them up and tell them they had better come up right away with a follow up of some kind.
But smart money is glad to buy these shares under $2.50....same old thing, the little guys chase it up and use margin and daytrading credit and then when it comes back down, Ameritrade and others are on the phone telling them they must sell and if you don't they do it for you, which is their right, of course. But the bigger traders know how to play this, they are out at or near the top and may even short it back down and then really unload when they know the margin calls will accelerate the huge downward move in the stock and then they will be down there waiting at the bottom, like the big fish who sits under the waterfall.
I bet your parents would be greatly ashamed, some of us have been set back years on this investment. You should look in the mirror and ask yourself what kind of a bitter monster you have become and how that happened.
I am more than overweighted already and down hugely, of course. Somebody step up and get this thing over 3.25 this morning. And I would think and hope that the insiders would step up and buy now that they have received their nice dividend today. It also shows good faith and that THEY believe in the future of the company.
Copy and paste my post below and send it to her, she neither responds to my emails or returns my calls, though I have 59000 shares of the company stock. Hopefully, we will get some buying out of this but she REALLY dropped the ball releasing this PR, granted, it was not a major PR but nonetheless, it IS POSITIVE, and she made the mistake of releasing it when most people were already gone and then when you turn on your computer today, there is no NEWS FLAG.
Now it does not show up on anybody's Streamer like it would had it been released THIS MORNING....the only people who see this are ones who happened to be on their computers an hour and a half after the market closed yesterday. She missed a whole lot of people, EVERYBODY would have seen it that was on their computer this morning. For future reference, let's hope she learns that you release negative PRs AFTER THE MARKET CLOSES and positive PRs BEFORE THE MARKET OPENS. That said, this is the right guy to take the company to the next level, just wish it would have been flagged on my Streamer this morning, not yesterday late after most people are gone.
“No one better understands the market intersection of video management software and HD/megapixel cameras, which he demonstrated during his 10 year tenure at Milestone Systems, the world’s leading provider of open platform IP video management software. Eric has a recognized ability to set strategy, lead teams and drive growth and innovation at the highest level. He is also a natural cultural fit for Vicon. This is a great development for our company
Add if you can, the sky is the limit for ISIS, 31 drugs in the pipeline, they WILL MOST LIKELY GET TAKEN OUT for a fat $20 premium or more. Resist the temptation to sell any pop and come back in a couple of months.
“We had very specific criteria for our new CEO, and we were highly strategic about finding the right person – Eric is that person,” said Julian A. Tiedemann, a Vicon Director. “No one better understands the market intersection of video management software and HD/megapixel cameras, which he demonstrated during his 10 year tenure at Milestone Systems, the world’s leading provider of open platform IP video management software. Eric has a recognized ability to set strategy, lead teams and drive growth and innovation at the highest level. He is also a natural cultural fit for Vicon. This is a great development for our company.”
Following senior positions at netVigilance, Inc., Intel and Nokia, Fullerton joined Denmark based Milestone Systems A/S in 2004. During his tenure, the company grew from start-up to more than $70M in revenue and was named a Europe Fast 500 company.
But how is your #$%$ feeling today, adlyparis? You bought at $8.75, from what I hear. But hopefully, they will run this MFer either tomorrow or Monday.
I had him review all the trading of last couple of weeks and he says MOST LIKELY those that shorted over $5, once they see this one basically sitting still like it has yesterday and again today, will start to cover those positions and take their hefty profits. Of course, and granted, that is just one opinion but this guy is real smart at this stuff and is rarely wrong. And it does make sense.
Get out quick!
Why not encourage them to do just that? Email them and tell them to show their investors some good faith by doing this.
It is not too late, the merging of the two companies is a perfect fit. BUY VII and hold it. And they have not been investigated for anything nor did Ameritrade see any reason to not let their people use daytrading credit. Ameritrade reserves the right to do this any time with any listed company, they did it with PLU when it went parabolic and they did it with ISNS last week when their review showed it was priced reasonably. VII is the correct choice, sell the first pop of ISNS and move your money to safer and better investment in VII.
Very thankful my other two holdings, FEYE and ISIS, had sweet days today after the carnage of this week with VII.