Yeah sweet volume! Will be interesting to see if this low floater finally jumps to $5+ or fades back to the $3's again. Guess it'll depend on if we get some news this week.
This is one strange stock. Prob a longshot, but still hoping whoever has been buying lately knows about some good news on the way. This low floater sure could rocket on the right PR.
As much as I like stock buybacks, doesn't make make any sense on BOSC. There's only like 1.3M shares total. It trades incredibly thin and has one of the smallest floats on Nasdaq. So reducing the share count even further doesn't make sense.
So now you're saying the company doesn't exist? LOL I still don't know what your angle is. Nobody is dumb enough to short a $1.74 stock. You clearly don't want to be long. But instead of moving on to one of 10,000 other stocks that you might actually make some money on...you remain here. Whenever asked of other stocks you like, you don't respond. I guess you don't own any stocks. My guess is you're an ex-employee with an ax to grind. Only thing that would make sense. Even a pathetic person with zero social life and nothing better to do, would have moved on by now.
Great post! I think people sometimes obsess about whether earnings will be .03, .04 or .05 next quarter. The more important thing is that GV is in a hot sector seeing huge demand, which is why they're expanding all over the country. They're hiring like crazy. Revenues are just going to keep climbing. What will they be this quarter? Who knows. But in a couple years, this company is going be much larger than it is today. The stock price won't be under $5 then.
So now it's next week? Dude you don't need to pump so hard. BOSC will be fine on it's own. This low floater would soar on a big EPS quarter, a large contract, or alliance with a well-known company. If we get such news, the stock will jump 50-100% very quickly. If no such news, we languish around $4. Simple as that. I think it's an attractive risk/reward situation.
Great post mule! I agree...why agonize over this stock every day. Nobody on this board (not bulls or bears) knows for sure where GV will be trading a few months from now. But if CEO is right about big jump in backlog coming, we'll see prices a lot higher than the $1.70's! My guess is we'll see $2's again and maybe even $3's by yearend.
When GV does announce a large contract. Not sure which will be sweeter. Watching the stock double in a week. Or laughing at these idiot bashers.
You act as if this is a $50 stock. It's trading at $1.75. 90% of stocks trading at this price aren't even profitable! But by all means, please list the other $1.75 stocks with big earnings, strong revenue growth, etc. I'll be waiting for your list!
Well of course they're estimates. Duh. But the basis is the awards received since March 31st. He's not making a general statement about how they hope they will get contracts. He says based on awards received since March 31st. What does that tell you?? It tells me they've received or are about to receive very some very large MSAs.
Data he has as of March 31st? Um no. He's saying based on the MSA awards SINCE March 31st. This statement was made at the end of May. Based on awards in the first 2 months of Q2. Yes we don't know when this revenue will show up. But it's very clear that they've won some kind of large award.
Read it again. Based on MSAs awarded SINCE March 31st. Revenue representing a significant multiple of $50M. They've obviously won some kind of large contract (or maybe contracts) in the first 2 months of Q2. Market hasn't caught on. Yet.
Based upon MSAs awarded (or recommended for award) since March 31st, we estimate MSAs will produce aggregate revenue representing a significant multiple of the $50 million reflected in our backlog at March 31, 2014.
Feels like it's been closer to 2 years. All it will take is one decent contract for this low floater to spike higher. Which is why I didn't understand why people were selling at cash value.
Management does do their best to shoot themselves in the foot. But I don't think the stock will trade that far below cash value. Unless we get a severe market correction.
Have followed TCCO for years. The times when things look bleak is when you want to be buying. As one contract can dramatically improve the company's fortunes. Only question is when do we get such a contract. Hopefully later this year.