Yet another reason someone(s) will ensure this is well over $2.56 by Summer, 2016.
So, between noon (Eastern) on July 2nd and October 16th it is only going to rise 29 cents? Seems absurd.
I agree with the "good strategy" sentiment you expressed in your first paragraph. My guess is the CEO and CFO have learned some lessons from their prior retail shelf space unprofitable efforts. If I'm a retailer, I would sure be more receptive to this sort of approach than one with 30 different SKUs, some of which are very low price. Two SKUs that are "high buck" and "visible" and obvious Christmas gifts would make sense to me. Also eases a ton of distribution worries.
At least it is already mid-June....not too long to wait.
Since jay continues to be on the edge of his seat awaiting my next prediction........I will say 43+/-2 between now and end of 25th. Then heads steadily higher starting on the 26th and gets to 58 cents by noon on July 2nd. That was fun.
I love it, here's why.....
1. This means they clearly WANT to talk about RB4 and answer questions about it.
2. They save money by killing two birds with one stone with this PR/cc.
3. Tells me they are already extremely confident with RB4.
4. Q1 will be almost finished by June 25 so I would guess they will tell us those numbers as well.
I enjoy your posts as well. While I do tend to repeat myself you continue to come up with some new angles so kudos to you.
The problem is that desperation is sneaking into your posts as well as blatant falsehoods. You would do better to soft bash, it is more effective. You say pc is dead. Do you even realize that in the HDD world the pc category includes laptops. It does. I hope by this time you also understand what type of drives Hutch is being ramped up on at Seagate and where quals are in progress. If you listen to the last 4 cc's, Penn states it clearly.
Hutch being historically a one trick pony is ok by me. I always hated their blood monitoring efforts since it was so outside the realm of what they do. I do sort of like their blade efforts but only if there is some volume applications.....which I doubt. OIS is the first thing that seems to make sense and seems like a really good fit. Geographically it makes sense, Volume wise it makes sense, the product looks like a Hutch product, Customer base looks the same as HDD looked 20 years ago, and so on. I like that they have a partner...Cambridge. I think they are learning how to enter a new market. OIS....not hearing anything? We have had at least 4 updates since Aug 1, 2014 and we will get at least two more between now and August 15th.....one will be the current Q report, the other will announce some wins, or perhaps they will combine with the Q report. How do I know? Simple, Penn told us at the last cc.
Too much typing, I'm over my quota for the day...off to the pontoon boat and Bombay Sapphire. Cheers.
Good find! That is brand new. Look at the revenue est for this FY....$142mil!!!!!
2018? The current FY is FY16 and one year from now they will be announcing trailing EPS of 17 to 25 cents for THIS FY. That should propel the stock out of the 44 cent range. See how stupid that last sentence sounds. With current year EPS of 20 cents and a PE in the 10 to 20 range and..........
Sell it or Short it if you believe Hutch will not get back to 33% market share in suspensions over the next couple years and/or if you believe OIS efforts will come to nothing. If OIS fails and susp share remains at current 24%ish level then you can cover at $1 in 6 - 12 months.
Buy it if you believe susp market share gets back to 33% and/or if you believe OIS will be a success. If both happen, then you make at least 5 - 10X your money over the next 12 - 24 months.
The neat thing with HTCH and Hutch is that it is easy to track progress on both susp market share gains (or losses) and OIS successes (or lack thereof) with each quarters results and cc's. All they need for the 33% is continued gains at Seagate and the momentum there is obvious. All they need for OIS confirmation is several wins to be announced later this Summer and real revenue to be reported in the O/N/D quarter. Sort of nice to have an end-date coming due in very early calendar 2016 with respect to either adding more shares or selling the ones ya got.
Lots of stuff! (tongue in cheek...sort of)
- The simple passage of time (now closer to xmas) is worth several cents.
- RB4 is more of a sure thing now verses 8 weeks ago.
- Exchange rates more positive now than then (ok, this is a reach).
- There have been 1 or 2 additional deals announced since then (at least 1 anyway).
1. The Identiv and INVE are two different things, completely unrelated over the short term. Never think a company and its stock are the same thing.
2. Poster below says "we don't pay Hart to write messages....". Wake up dude, shareholders own shares of INVE and that is all. No shareholders pay company officials anything.
3. INVE stock price is set ONLY buy the buyers and sellers.
Oh, and by the way, all this stock does is go up and up and up. Day after day, it is relentless. See you at $25 by Dec 1st. Hi Jay....no, not that one.
With a paltry 65 cent target it leaves lots of rooms for upgrades all the way to 650 cents......by Christmas, Hi Jay.
Not me dude. $4 by Christmas....2016 this time!
I think several of them sold significant numbers of shares below 40 cents and now want back in at an even lower price. That volume came from somewhere and the flip in attitude from emory and micro happened rather abruptly. Who cares though, none of this matters. Like I said, $5 by Christmas!
There are many contract manufacturers and contract assemblers that will do this for ZERO, 0, nada, zip up front.....as long as they are relatively certain they will get paid within 3 or 6 or 8 or 10 or whatever number of months. Mad Catz walks in with a mit full of pre-orders or other sorts of commitments and they don't nee any money up front.
MCZ will be over $3 by Christmas 2015.
You and emory must be on the same self-destructive wavelength. Bashers could really learn from you guys (and I mean that sincerely). Earlier today you also said you would sell all your shares today for 60 cents if you could. If you really believe that, then you would be far happier and better off by selling at 42 cents on Monday. No one owns a stock like MCZ hoping for a 40% gain, that would be irrational. Investors own MCZ in the hopes of 500% - 1000% gains. There is no other reason to do so.