Why shouldn't you believe it? It's easy to calculate the currency effects, and most companies have suffered this quarter due to the strong dollar. Does it upset you that they're growing? Are you another stock_market_ surfer shortie?
What about those who bought shares two 1 for 10 splits ago? Their breakeven is $100-300 a share. This dog was $346 a share in the early 90's and they were hyping Multikine way back then. The fact is, they still haven't made a penny, they keep diluting the stock, and P3 completion is still a long ways off and uncertain. How long ago did they start P3 enrollment? Where are the results so far?
In the time you've been bashing the stock has gone from $18 to $26. Yes, it may drop back some but as the company split gets closer it will climb again. Missing by a penny isn't that big of a deal shortie.
I don't understand he HD exclusivity deal. HD sells other bulbs and those other bulbs are available elsewhere. Why is it that just CREE is restricted to HD sales but HD can sell whatever they want? I say sell wherever you can.
Sure it is magicshortball. They still have 3/4 of a billion in cash ($7 per share), and are buying back stock. Cree has the technology and innovation to succeed. You're just a lame basher and shorter.
They should have issued more shares instead of reverse-splitting it. A reverse always slams shareholders worse than simply dilution. If you knew anything you'd know that.
is this what you're hyping yankee?
LOL! If a guy bought 25K shares in 1990 he has 250 left after two 1 for 10 reverse splits, not to mention the massive losses as it's dropped from a split-adjusted ~$300 to $1 now. All they keep announcing is "enrollments" for years, and nothing ever happens but the execs get their pay. I know, I've watched this circus for long enough.
This "trial" has been going on for years. When will the results finally be published? I don't want to hear about all these new "enrollments" and nothing else. All we've seen is one reverse split after another. I've owned this stock under all it's various tickers since the early 90's and the reverse splits have screwed long-term shareholders badly.