What kind of jerk would give a thumbs down to a public service announcement?? Must be the guy who was fired from EVOL for exposing himself repeatedly in the elevator.
Yes, very serious. Read the newspapers and SEC filings of Tekmira and you will realize that NNVC is full of shix and just trying to scam you again.
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This is the former EVOL employee who was fired for exposing himself in the elevator. Hates Evol and spends his days and nites posting garbage here.
MAPP is what was used for the two missionary workers brought in and Tekmira has the $150mm contract from the DOD. Fauci referred to the work that Takmira is doing, so game, set and no match for NNVC which loses here bigtime, although they certainly jumped on the PR as fast as they could. Anything for a $.50 lift in the shareprice so insiders can leak out hundreds of thousands more shares from their Swiss banks!!
ALL OF THE ABOVE IS MY OPINION
Absrud to give ANY valuation to that part of this hype-mobile.
Stock has been unloved, but someone has decided they can come out of the woodshed (for at least a day!)
They are a spin out from Penn National and now they rely on Penn National to pay the rents on the properties that the REIT owns and leases back to Penn National. Not exactly a diversified risk!! To add to the concerns, Penn National is not doing too well as the gambling industry is highly competitive and the economy is only luke-warm. Beware what Cramer feeds you.
When they lop $1.75 off the share price on Monday or Tuesday, you will be the first to yell "What Happened" because you don't have a clue.
$.12/share for the quarter would be just fine. They did $.06 last quarter and $.08 last year so if they did $.12 it would be 50% yoy. I would be thrilled. I think it will be a good report if they do $.10!!
First they load up on their own stock, then suck the $$ out of the company. Anyone who really believes that they are a "force" in the future of biometrics is reading a comic book. The management consists of the Joker, the Riddler, the Penguin and crossing over, Lex Luthor. (ALL OF THE ABOVE IS MY OPINION)
1.) Columbia Wanger (Columbia Acorn Fund....not related specifically to Acorn, but just a coincidence) has dumped 750,000 shares from 12/31 through 3/31.
2.) Verition has dumped about 1,000,000 shares since year end.
3.) Two Directors just purchased about 300,000 shares at $1.67-$1.90.
If we ignore the funds and just assume they "wore out" and look at the Director buying, one has to ask..
If they really KNEW something (that was "material" and clearly not public) they would have to be the dumbest people of all time to push their way into this stock and cause it to rise 70% in 2 days. Hellooooo....Red Flag/Prison.
USSI is the golden ring here and so far they have had to not only lend one of their "channel partners" (nice way of saying subsidize trial) $500k, but also have burned through a lot of money without solving a myriad of technical problems. The clock is ticking on many of their markets as they are not the only ones with advanced sensors. This company (at $2) has a market cap of about $45mm. If USSI "hits" it should be a gusher and the stock's upside will be very high; however if it doesn't "hit" soon, this will be a zero. Very much like a small biotech with only one drug. The other businesses aren't worth Richard. (well, you know what everyone calls him.)
I think your are a bit overoptimistic. The only "bagger" that is coming up is the one that you may be holding if you really believe what you wrote. Today's news was "old news" but everybody loves a "lottery ticket"...only this one will take 4 years to pay off IF it ever does as they have no chance of making the early milestones that would pay off in the next 12-18 months and the market doesn't like "dead money."
Nobody else wants to buy it. BG wouldn't have the $$. Was nice while it lasted.
My guess is that they get it vetted pretty carefully and certainly the analysts and funds buying the stock seem to be comfortable with how it has been put together and is being managed. They have great future FFO prospects as they upgrade and lease-up the balance of the ESB over the next 2 years. One of the fastest growth office REITS on the market.
Bagholder keeps pumping and hoping. This stock will be like Whack-A-Mole...Everytime it pops a bit for the next 3 months it will be knocked down by all the bagholders seeking to flee.
You are the schmuck that bought all the stock at $8.81?? Bagholder.
ENGLEWOOD, Colorado – Evolving Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: EVOL), a leader in activation, enablement and management of services for connected mobile devices, today announced that Thad Dupper, Chief Executive Officer, and Dan Moorhead, VP of Finance & Administration, will present at the B. Riley & Co. 15th Annual Investor Conference in Santa Monica, CA, May 21, 2014
Stupidity of governments never ceases to amaze me when it comes to business. Not like anyone really HAS to do business in France. Immelt should give them the finger salute and leave.
Book value means nothing and even with the large pile of cash, they have already shown they are capable of trying to pixx that away by buying companies that don't even have earnings. I have seen this movie before. They are not in the high growth segment of the M2M market, but in the low margin commodity space. Also, they are now in the "penalty box" both for their earnings (or lack thereof) and also lack of growth. Their guidance suxxed, so it will be at least 9 months before there is anything that will act as a catalyst to get this stock to move up. Can't waste time in a dead money stock while this may be the last year of a bull market.
You are right, it is not bad, except that the clock is ticking on the milestone and it seems highly unlike that the $400mm will be met. That means that the next "bet" is the big one for $1.8B...which is way out there. This is dead money for a long, long time.