Last I heard, the general election cannot occur until the candidates are nominated, as far as a general election. Campaign dont mean anything until the General Election occurs. How can anyone in their right mind vote for a candidate when an ongoing criminal investigation by the FBI is ongoing, last I heard the FBI investigates when there it suspicions of Federal crimes have been committed.
Here is the problem with Benghazi, there was never an independent Inspector General appointed by the President to investigate. When the political process controls the inspection process where an Inspector General is an internal Inspector General, the results can be skewed with a political bias towards the result that is wanted or desired. By having launched several investigations that were not truly independent, Clinton can get away with not taking the real responsibility for what happened on her watch by saying there were a significant amount of inspections that took place and no need to spend the taxpayers money to launch yet one more. Same for the emails, there was never an independent Inspector General appointed. Inspector Generals are appointed by the President and in the case of President Obama, one only needs to ask the question as to why Obama hasn't appointed a significant number of vacant positions for Inspector General. Since Trump as President would have the authority to appoint independent Inspector Generals, my guess is that the Republican machine would rather Hillary get elected as President, even though it will damage the US even further rather than risk getting implicated with what real independence will turn up should Trump appoint Inspector Generals. A true independent Inspector General will be able to act with autonomy to get at the truth, the political machine entrenched cannot afford that to happen, the average American is screwed.
Don't get wrapped around the axle, either you believe in the potential where this company is going or you don't, simple as that.
Signing an agreement in 2010 based on no ability to deploy for commercialization in 2010 is a lot different in signing an agreement in 2016 with the ability to deploy for commercialization in 2016.
I indicated to accumulate. Think in terms of how many units will need to be manufactured and installed on a monthly basis.
The BREXIT was just an excuse to leverage to short stocks, it really didnt change anything materially for MSFT.
It will take 2 years to negotiate UK's exit from the EU before the UK is no longer part of the EU. A vote to leave won't change UK's position. The only down side is if the UK does vote to exit is what the trading algorithms will do to the markets.
Price drop on 121,551 shares this much? Doesnt warrant the price drop on roughly 15% of the daily volume if all were sells but it does present a better and better price entry point.
You are the kind that would whine and complain about how much you had to spend to take a vacation to Washington DC, then on your "SEE THE DC SITES!!" tour, at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, you would be cussing under your breath why they hell you went on the tour in the first place.
Give Obama credit, he's figured out a way to classify government handouts as a job creation program.
That's my read, 1K shares bought under $50, some may not see it.
I don't know where folks come up with the idea that companies just getting off the ground need to be sold. I think the CEO is doing a fine job going in the direction he is going, the vision he has already layed out that this technology will be positioned. All you need to do is sit back, accumulate, and watch first hand how this success story continues to make headway. Microsoft may have the cash but it has also demonstrated that it lacks the vision to move forward. Case in point, Microsoft already had the Surface concept proven, already had a tablet years before Apple even had the iPod yet lacked confidence to move boldly forward before Apple ate their lunch with the iPhone, plus the $7.5B write off of the Nokia handset purchase proved that Microsoft couldn't buy its way to a technology solution. Intel shouldn't stray from their core competency either. There are a lot of companies that have deep pockets but it would not be good fit. This company will do just fine, additionally, the CEO has probably and wisely turned down investment offers.
Not sure exactly how this company would be valued for a sale. Apple was in hard straights before they got a loan from Microsoft, exactly how would Apple had been priced to sell at that time now knowing how Apple repackaged and massaged technology existing technology and marketed the iPhone as the next biggest thing? I say it would be hard to come up with a number for this company in the face of a potential $60B industry, and that is probably a conservative #.
Rest assured, there will be momentum to get the units deployed for Salon. On average, to get potentially 10000 units deployed, Provision would have to ramp up on the average of 1600+ per month starting in July.
This is only the start, other companies will be recognizing the "need" to have 3D marketing at their premises, accumulate before the end of the year.
Patience is a learned skill set and in the mean time, accumulate by leveraging those that are in it for a quick buck for the better entry points.