Yes-The Movie tells what an EMP blast does. It's ok, but Samantha Mathis is kinda hot in it.
Survival Radio: What Will Work
Survival-Radio, Emergency-Communications,Survival, Bug-Out-Radio, Bug-Out-Bag, Survival
In any type of disaster (Hurricane, Earthquake, Economic Collapse, Nuclear War, EMP Blast/Solar Event, etc) your typical means of communications (Mobile Phones, Land Lines, Internet) will most likely be severed or severely impaired. Now is the time to start your Survival Communications Plan.
If the Patient doesn't get well next QTR. JUNO It's time for someone to call for a break-up, I know.
You saw Broken Arrow
Not that its any type of general indicator as a whole. ,FWIW the local Walmart is all out of the most expensive Cobra radar detector. Some Lower tier models left.
I'll be curious to see if he would consider a small venturing bet with a local company like VUZIX. Lets face it, Perez missed the cell phone and blundered the online picture sharing market with Kodak.
Alex- Maybe Short lived bounce till next qtrs report? I'd rather play this than Herbalife or Nu-skin. I've already sold my Nature's Sunshine Products Inc. (NATR) . I'm looking to add more piece meal if it can be had around 5.50 range. IMO-They need a friendly takeout for the insiders to cash out and expand. DSM was very good to me buying my Martek. CYAN sure seems a nice small bolt fit for them.
Leaf if your still out there. Hope you made a bundle on LCI.
FWIW-I own both OMG through Eagle Pitcher and ULBI. Former ULBI Mark Matthews Vice President of Sales and Marketing works there. Also curious is that EP has a venture with Arista Power/WindTamer Corp with a former ULBI person there. Past bad blood there with Arista suing ULBI for allegedly stealing trade secrets.
Alamo Group Inc. has announced plans to acquire parts of Specialized Industries LP.
The New Berlin, Wis.-based company manufactures vacuum trucks and snow removal equipment and operates a dealer-distribution company in the New England area, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange filing.
Alamo Group intends to purchase the three divisions for nearly $186 million, the filing reads.
Alamo Group is a manufacturer and distributor of right-of-way maintenance and agricultural equipment.
I agree the warrants will hold the price down and buy time. It will take one major event for conversion to take place. 3 dollars and a dream, so says the NY Lottery. Only yourself to blame for the tickets bought. Hey you never know. 😉
How much of an over allotment was issued?
warrants to purchase up to an aggregate of 3,500,000 shares of common stock, at a public offering price of $2.00 per share and $0.0001 per warrant. The warrants have a per share exercise price of $2.25, are exercisable immediately, and expire 5 years from the date of issuance.
IMO Anyway dilution is a little immaterial at this point. This ,when the company is not profitable or apt to be profitable any time soon . You know, it's a story stock. Revenue growth (to early) is a big unknown at this point, as the company has decided to focus on niches for now. IMO the big potential upside story would be a big funding partner or an equity stake by a partner. Just My Opinion
Brand identity is a problem IMO. IMO exactly why they need to partner with Kodak, and have a Kodak name on them for the masses someday. It would be something if the partner who is yet to be named was Kodak?. The brand is widely known and Iconic. Also in Rochester NY. They also have in town, if they could be had, to help market them. Lou Graham of Foreigner- Double vision (pun intended) Abby Wambach-World class women's soccer player. The ideas may never happen, but I have to consider the possibilities.
Although not an apple to apples comparison. It's not like Vuzix is selling the Chevy Volt. It's more of a Tesla. Yes, they need a capital infusion, but IMO they have to stick with a emerging niches they can build on at first. IMO there not ready for the masses yes. Let Google have it till Vuzix gets a paying Funding partner. I don't know Paul, but he seems the Lee Iacocca type, and not the John DeLorean type. He certainly has vision like both. Paul can't get Go'vt help like Lee did. Do you think he can get another round of funding or a paying developmental partner?
I think this is your point?
Nokia originally developed the technology and licensed it to Vuzix, which integrated it with its own Waveguide technology.
Since Microsoft is just about ready to close it's deal to purchase Nokia's handset business.
Sunday's press doesn't elaborate on what kind of projects.
Microsoft's OK with Nokia using Android. Kind of
Microsoft expressed its support for Nokia's efforts, although noting it was "less excited" about some projects than others.
Your statement- I'm sure he only took the position if he sees a bright future for IEC. Ok, I'll go along with that, but Lets not forget. I'm sure there some in it for him to. I'm guessing, like a bunch of 0 strike options. Just as long as progress is made leading to a higher stock price for shareholders. Being a shareholder myself. I only want to see granted options based on measured performance like return on equity. The company might had been hoodwinked on the CB operation, but if that's the case the company should be able to recover funds of those who received them? Maybe they already are?
P.S The future of drones look bright Recent LMT AVAV deal. NOC has quite a program also.
FWIW-Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Market (UAV) Worth $114.7B by 2023
Source: PR Newswire
Created: February 13, 2014
IMO-That's why they need to pick up the pace in selling farm equipment & buildings overseas. BTW- I believe their diversified even more now. Scientific buildings & the newest acquisition. How are tanks going to keep the lights on? I believe there only marginally profitable and should be sold to a larger player who could integrate the business better.
P.S. The Farm Bill passed
The nation’s sugar program, which guarantees prices, limits imports and allows sugar producers to repay government loans with sugar if prices fall below established limits, survived unscathed after millions of dollars in lobbying and political contributions by the sugar producers.
Minnesota is the nation’s largest sugar beet producer, and much of the money spent to lobby for the sugar program came from Moorhead-based American Crystal Sugar.
There are no #$%$urances, and I am a shareholder. That's why most every company has their legal dept draw up a cover your #$%$ disclosure as it relate to forward guidance. IMO this company needs defense orders for any meaningful significant growth and profitability.. The current business model was forces upon them due to defense cut/ sequester and defense budget cuts. Lets hope Harris & Other defense companies can get some orders subcontracted to ULBI this year. The saving grace here. The insiders have their money at risk. They've brought the company to be somewhat profitable on a lower sales level. If the company starts receiving some defense orders of size. I wouldn't be surprised to see Mike POPIELEC take this private.
A small fry for the Icahn team? But hey, there constantly looking for companies to break up. This company is already broken. IMO someone will be coming to pick up the pieces. This before they blow all their cash trying to build value for us shareholders! IMO Hypothetically a no brainier for the Icahn team.