Yeah, I read it last night. Is exceptionally objective.
"Because of these factors, UNBT is one of the fastest growing profitable companies in the world."
yes, I watched/listened to the video. was good for me to hear some background/overview of the firm. sounds like they have their %^##^# together!
hey bud, get some basic investment strategy books and read them. really. stocks rarely go straight up, and quite often they are priced - temporarily (sometimes for short periods of time, other times for long periods of time) - for other than their worth. a *plethora* of factors are in play for each company.
poon, your post is irrelevant. certainly you have the brains to realize that.
there are investments, such as BRK.B, which inch up slowly (barring war or recession), and there are stocks that will do nothing, maybe even go down, over time, but which do very well long term.
"freedom", I hope we do well. I had bought about a month before earnings, and then doubled my holdings afterwards. UEPS should continue to do well - exceptionally well if they get to keep their SASSA (South African Social Services) contract.
On their earnings call they announced they are going to start doing business in India, CEO said something about 20 million new customers. I'll have to read the transcripts to make sure I heard that "20 million" right.
they have their fingers into a lot of stuff. even have an office in Frederick MD.
Our XeoHealth business unit operates from Frederick, Maryland, and offers our XeoRules real time adjudication, or RTS, solutions for the end-to-end electronic processing of medical claims information in the U.S. XeoHealth has recently won a number of projects in the U.S. either as the primary contractor for the provision of our RTS solution to customers, or as a sub-contractor to parties contracted to provide an adjudication solution.
I'm with ya. but I'm going to buy. I can't pass up this down day.
analysts were expecting eps of .30
eps was .90
.30 cents of that was one-time gain
they mainly serve the under-banked, and they are getting ready to do business in India
but, there is a chance - a chance - that they may lose 27% of their present revenue, which is a LONG Held contract with SASSA (south Africa social services assn.?)