It seems like a certain short here is getting very desperate trying to move his negative posts to the top of this thread. Could this be P.B. in disguise of a new name?
You're right... it has to be pickbud. Same desperate posts only a different name. LOL Sad... so sad.
Keep your bashing #$%$ off here... no one gives a sht. All you do is insult, bash, and disrespect other opinions. You are either a paid basher due to the amount of negative posts, or you are a desperate short. Either way you get my ignore button!
Sounds like where you must play... Ignoring this information is like putting your head in the sand and going lalalalalalalalalalalala....
Check out my posting..."On August 14, 2014 the historic price setting mechanism for SILVER CHANGES!"
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Everything Changes for the Silver Market
On August 14, 2014 the historic price setting mechanism for Silver that has been in place for over 100 years will cease to exist. Mark it on your calendar because nobody knows how this could forever change the future of Silver prices.
No longer is Silver price fixing just a conspiracy, it's a proven fact! Barclays, a leading member of the London Gold Market Fixing Ltd has been proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt, to have colluded to commit fraud and fined $43.8 million dollars by British regulators.
It appears the collusion was so bad in London Silver Fixing that regulators are shutting down the whole thing on August 14th. No longer will five profiteering bankers in London decide how much your Silver is worth today. For those of us who own Silver, the coming end to price fixing is great news. Reports are the SILVER MINING companies will finally have more leverage in setting higher Silver prices once we cross that key August date.
Things could get very interesting very quickly. Long-Term Sentiment Disclosure: STRONG BUY HERE!
Even though the over $6 offer was not real... I feel that there will still be a play for Limelight in the future now that the lawsuit is over in their favor. It clears the path and the last unrealistic offer was only a fishing expedition... Trying to flush out weak hands and buy up cheap stock. When the real offer is made it will come suddenly and those too impatient who sold will be sorry they did. Just saying.
Your argument make absolutely no sense. You call me a pumper because I state that Limelight is a more desirable takeover candidate now that they have won a multi-year long lawsuit. Perhaps stating facts sounds like pumping to you. But, your bashing and name calling is nothing more than a desperate attempt to try and short. Go ahead and see how far that gets you. Anyone taking your advice will find themselves hold a bag of losers.
Well, it should definitely move to somewhere between $12 and $13 for the next major resistance. THen up to $16. I'm just waiting for some geo-political event that causes gold and silver to rocket. Its bear market has lasted long enough and is ripe to take off. Somewhere during the summer when most people are away on vacations and not paying attention something big could happen. I know people have been predicting it for months and some for over a year. Stocks are way too risky at this point with unreal valuations. Yes, I think sooner than later something going to give.
It really isn't the same story. Buyout talks when a company is in the middle of a legal battle is usually the kiss of death for any interest in getting involved. Now that Limelight has won the battle opens up many possibilities and interest. Limelight is a type of company that could easily be swallowed up. Dan Rayburn was late on the bandwagon and did not have any substantial new news. He is far from the center of any buyout, and the latest offer was only a test IMHO. This sector is going to start merging more as time goes by. Those with weaker business models, but new customers, creates less competition for someone like Akamai if they go ahead an buy Limelight. Heck... a lot cheaper than the legal fees and negative impact of their lawsuit!
Those purchasing at today's levels will be thankful in the years to come! It might happen tomorrow, a week from now, a month from now, or perhaps a year from now, but CDE will be back to over $20. Long-term sentiment is a strong buy!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Such BS manipulation today... most of the day positive and then the last 10 minutes it drops 2.64% on thin trading.
MMs seem to be keeping PCTY from staying above $23. Another stock that seems to be consolidating before the next leg up. $23 to $26ish where I see the next resistance.
MMs are keeping this at the resistance level while it consolidates at $3. Once it breaks through it will go quickly and those not on board will loose out. Of course there is always the risk of some geo-political event that could affect the entire market, but not-withstanding Limelight should explode to the $4 range next.
With two upgrades this week and crossing over $3 profit taking was bound to happen. I think $4 range is in the cards... moving back to pre-lawsuit bashing and jitters. It was bound to go LLNW's way, because it was always a frivolous suit to begin with by Akamai.
Limelight Networks Issued 100th U.S. PatentFont size: A | A | A
9:05 AM ET 6/12/14 | BusinessWire
Limelight Networks (Nasdaq:LLNW), a global leader in digital content delivery, today announced that it reached an innovation milestone when the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued Limelight its 100th patent.
"This latest patent represents an important milestone, and underscores the rich tradition of innovation at Limelight," said chief executive officer, Bob Lento. "We provide the environment and the resources for our employees to pursue research, which has resulted in advancements that have benefited, and will continue to benefit, our customers, our company, and our industry. I'm proud of these innovations and the employees who created them."
US Patent 8,750,155 addresses systems and methods for optimizing the performance of an Internet connection between an edge server and a user device, dynamically configuring the connection based on the content, current network conditions, the device's performance, and other factors. By adjusting the connection configuration to address fluctuating conditions and varying content types, overall delivery performance - and as a result, the user's content experience - is significantly improved.
The USPTO has now granted 100 of Limelight's innovative patent applications in the key technology areas for content delivery networking (CDN) - including cloud storage solutions, video delivery solutions, content delivery performance, and web page acceleration. Limelight's first patent was issued in 2007.
Limelight has more than 1,200 customers across the globe, and operates one of the world's largest private content delivery networks. With more than 9 tbps egress capacity and more than 55 petabytes of cloud storage, Limelight's massively scalable, global network superbly delivers digital content for customers on any device around the world.
A nice little consolidation happening today around $3 before the next leg up. It should hit $4.50 by this summer. Maybe even sooner.
Now someone who want a CDM business right now and does not want to pay a premium of over $10 would be wise to #$%$ up LLNW for around $6-$8. I think they are a huge buyout possibility.