Cruise on over to the MSFT site and read some of the Microsoft announcements about kiosks going into stores, this sounds like a fit with what PVHO is doing. Keep your fingers crossed.
Stock has started to percolate last week, should be interesting on movement if what is being displayed is compelling, I know many of you that hold this stock may believe that this event most likely where the visibility rubber meets the road. Best of luck to anyone holding long term.
So the bottom line question is . . . Did they help drive the price of MSFT up or down?
In the news announcement about being showcased at the Javits Center in NYC during Jan 11 Thu 14, a tidbit was dropped, instead of 200 Rite Aid locations, they mention 1,000 locations, 500% more than what they previously announced. Watching the stock price during this period should prove "interesting"
This sure appears to be a first mover technology for advertising. There is no way to know how well this will be received, but the technology could be adapted to tons of technology platforms. My gut says PVHO is going to take off big although I have nothing to physical to base it on other than intuition.
These are the dates of the splits, assuming 1 share split, what is the fractional amount of 1 share today and what would 1 share be trading at if no splits had occurred?
Sep 21, 1987 - 2 : 1 Split Post Split Price $53.50 Pre Split Price $115.00 (Sep 18)
Apr 16, 1990 - 2 : 1 Split Post Split Price $60.75 Pre Split Price $120.75 (Apr 12)
Jun 27, 1991 - 3 : 2 Split Post Split Price $68.00 Pre Split Price $100.75 (Jun 26)
Jun 15, 1992 - 3 : 2 Split Post Split Price $75.75 Pre Split Price $112.50 (Jun 12)
May 23, 1994 - 2 : 1 Split Post Split Price $50.56 Pre Split Price $97.75 (May 20)
Dec 09, 1996 - 2 : 1 Split Post Split Price $81.75 Pre Split Price $152.88 (Dec 06)
Feb 23, 1998 - 2 : 1 Split Post Split Price $81.62 Pre Split Price $155.12 (Feb 20)
Mar 29, 1999 - 2 : 1 Split Post Split Price $92.38 Pre Split Price $178.12 (Mar 26)
Feb 18, 2003 - 2 : 1 Split Post Split Price $24.96 Pre Split Price $48.30 (Feb 14)
I managed to snag Regular in Montross VA for 1.99 and 9/10ths on New Years Eve as I was travelling thru there to my destination.
Jeffy, you are not intellectually equipped to handle a literate response of any substance without you having to look up the words that would be used in a response.
The number of old black men starting to sit in the chairs that the old white men are sitting in, grows daily, they are useless as well.
By Dow Jones Business News, December 29, 2014, 05:55:00 AM EDT
NEW DELHI--A simmering dispute at Foxconn'sIndia factory--which, until recently, cranked out parts for smartphones-- took a new twist on Monday when about 100 employees were arrested, a police official said.
The conflict at Foxconn, a Taiwanese company and goliath in the business of making mobile devices, comes just as India is trying to court more foreign investment in the all-important manufacturing sector.
About 250 people tried to enter the gates of the plant to punch the clock to claim wages, but we were prevented from entering by the police, said E. Muthukumar, president of Foxconn India Employees Union. He put the total number of people arrested at about 168.
The protest came just days after the Taiwanese company said it was scaling down operations at the plant due to a lack of orders. Foxconn India once exclusively manufactured cellphone components for Nokia's India plant, which stands just a few blocks away and within the same campus. The Foxconn plant is in fact part of the Nokia Telecom Special Economic Zone at Sriperumbudur, near Chennai.
The Nokia plant was once one of the Finnish company's largest factories, employing as many as 8,000 people.
However, as of Nov. 1, Nokia suspended manufacturing at its plant because of a lengthy, and still unresolved, dispute with India's tax authorities. That dispute prevented Nokia from selling the plant to Microsoft Corp. earlier this year as part of a deal when Nokia exited the handsets-and-services business.
Regarding the Foxconn protesters on Monday, "We have taken them under preventive arrest and will be released in the evening," C. Vijaya Kumar, superintendent of police at Kancheepuram district, told The Wall Street Journal on telephone.
Executives at Foxconn, known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., couldn't be reached for comment immediately.
I am unable to comply with your request due to the fact that the manufacturers technical specifications just may be a tad too advanced for your limited mental capabilities to comprehend, let alone try to even fathom what the hardware is used for. No far be it from me to intellectually torture you with knowledge, let's face it, you just cant handle the specs. Maybe you should ask someone out here that has a bit more experience and can explain the jargon, who care if they have to repeat it back to you 3 or 4 times? Maybe you'll get it, maybe you wont. The laptop is not important as it was manufactured well past the introduction date when Windows Vista came out.
All I stated was that the installation time of performing a Vista install was extremely slow and I am sure that anyone that is experienced with doing a Vista OS installation has found the same thing. The problem was a hardware problem that was experienced, hard disk can crash even with Linux OS's. Don't construe personal use Operating System from those that are the highest of mission critical systems having the highest availability requirements managed heterogeneously. The Vista OS installation took a long time, however, I have meticulously good habits for ensuring our personal systems can be put back into a steady state prior to any hardware crashes. The requirement to restore an OS quickly means nothing if the data cannot be restored to a steady state with integrity. You are technically inexperienced and need to mature, your apparent lack of depth and breadth in your technical experience is rather apparent. Suggest you might want to take an introductory course on Information Technology 101, I am sure it will help you. And while you are at it, you might want to take a course on Personal Integrity 101, your comments suggest that you have none.
Anyone that has to repeat something back to someone that typed it, says to me you have the skills of a trained parrot. Sorry Polly, no crackers for you.
Don't get me wrong, I am a a user of Windows OS and software. Vista was okay to use, but if you ever had to do a reinstall from scratch, I did one, it was amazing how long it took to do an install. My wife's hard disk crashed, bought here a new hard disk, and then did an install of Vista. It took over 24 hours to get her laptop back to the state it was before the crash under Vista. If I had to do the same thing with Windows 7, turn around with a new OS and her other software installs, may 4 to 6 hours at the outside. Length of time for the Vista OS install, that was atrocious. Nothing like starting up an OS install, then heading to bed for a good night's sleep, wake up, get a cup of coffee and collect your wits, then check on the OS install, only to find that it was still running.
I made a mistake in the amount of PVHO that I am holding, yes I do hold 15K shares in one of my accounts, some time back and I dont know when, I had some spare change and I had bought another 12K shares, so the total of PVHO that I am holding is actually 27K shares. Second half of 2015, gets very interesting.