And what if the key stats and balance sheet are wrong due to management maneuvering?
It has been going up a little on low volume. it will go up a lot on larger volume. Watch and learn.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Perhaps my wish is coming true. Up nearly 7% today on low volume to $9.39
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Meanwhile, I'm keeping plenty of cash available in case the Mkt crashes so I can buy in even lower, it it gets that bad.
I'm hoping the bottom temporarily goes a bit lower, enough for my buy offers at $3.98 to get filled.
Many ups and downs over the years but all in all, it was one of my better investments. The dividends that CKSW used to pay out added up nicely too. Good luck to all. Hoping to have good results with SPNS (so far so good) and AUDC and CRGN.
Francisco Partners bought out CKSW CLicksoftware earlier this month. It was a nice ride with CKSW. Wish they would buy out SPNS after the pps goes up a bit more, and then AUDC.
"ok" lackluster results. PPS falls in panic sell off to low $4.25 then recovers. Mgmt will be upbeat about future especially for 2nd half of yr.
expecting lackluster Q1 results, a panic sellout, then a partial rebound. Hoping to buy during the panic sellout. Also expecting mgt to tell us to wait until 2nd half of year for better results.
Ha. I feel the same way. There is a double curse on this stock as I own way too many shares for it to go up.
Nicely written soccer dad! What about ADTN (Adtran) which took a 10% beating today with its quarter report? Seems a major client cancelled contract -- perhaps a win for AUDC?
the question from Rich Valera - Needham & Company was about "Revenue Expectations" not about earnings.
From 2014 4th qtr report transcript at Seeking Alpha
Rich Valera - Needham & Company
Great, that's very helpful. And just final one if I could, I don’t know this is for Ofer. Any color you would be willing to give on the first-quarter revenue expectations maybe relative to the fourth quarter. Should we expect maybe flattish sequentially or any color you would be willing to give, that will be appreciated.
Ofer Segev - VP, Finance and Chief Financial Officer
I think it’s seasonally like it has been in previous years, it’s, call it a flattish quarter with might be a slight decline like 2014 versus 2013. So, we don’t see any change in seasonality.