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warnbeeb 188 posts  |  Last Activity: 10 hours ago Member since: Apr 8, 1998
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  • Reply to

    Comin back, in green now

    by louquag167 10 hours ago
    warnbeeb warnbeeb 10 hours ago Flag

    Filling the sell the news crowd orders first then they will start filling the buy, buy, buy crowd. I would think GILD should tack on a couple bucks in next couple days.

  • Someone leaked the news. Someone knows. Stinks.

  • Reply to

    Apple is DEAD MONEY FOR REST OF SUMMER

    by cspanosmwc Jul 22, 2014 5:27 PM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 22, 2014 5:41 PM Flag

    The 6 is going to be incredible. I've already bought it thru my AT&T phone plan. I didn't want to buy but when I changed my plan to include another family member my monthly rate dropped so much I could essentially upgrade my phone to the 5S (April '14) then the 6 (next April) basically for free. Instead of the $$$ going to AT&T for service it goes to AAPL of equipment. AT&T benefits by locking me into a longer service contract. AAPL wins by guaranteeing iPhone 6 sales in advance.

  • Reply to

    Ladenburg Thalman

    by lookbeforeyousleep Jul 18, 2014 9:12 AM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 22, 2014 10:00 AM Flag

    Again....anybody have a name or quote from this supposed Ladenburg Thalman report? Who wrote it? Give some numbers? It's not hard to quote someone if you attribute the quote accurately.
    Funny how HIPP/AUGT is the only stock in this universe where all the good news is secret. Insiders can't buy because they are "negotiating" or it's the "quiet" period. Nope, it's not that they won't buy. They can#$%$ sad. And you know? These reports extolling the virtues of the company...they're great...but, they can't be referenced or posted or cited. They can only be alluded to in anonymous message boards. Heaven forbid if an actual positive assessment of this stock were actually made public. And the management. Yep, they talk about the great things they do to anonymous posters on message boards, but nope....they don't say it openly to shareholders or the investment public. That would be manipulation. Certainly can't have that in a stock that's gone from over $4/sh to almost a dime.
    I find this board absolutely hilarious. Keep it up.

  • Reply to

    Ladenburg Thalman

    by lookbeforeyousleep Jul 18, 2014 9:12 AM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 18, 2014 2:09 PM Flag

    Let's see the Ladenburg Thalman report, OK? If they thought a stock had a 500% appreciation target (12 cents to 70 cents is 58 cents which is almost a 5 fold increase) that would be meaningful. The troll is the guy who posted about a fictitious report from a tertiary brokerage firm that he thought no one would call him on. Rather than attacking me, why don't you demand proof of the LT report.
    You won't, because you know there isn't one. What a pathetic loser.

  • Reply to

    Ladenburg Thalman

    by lookbeforeyousleep Jul 18, 2014 9:12 AM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 18, 2014 10:02 AM Flag

    Really? Ladenburg Thalman is not a big player, but they are hardly unknown nor fly by night brokerage. For them to even bother following and placing a price target on a 12 cent stock is pretty surprising. Care to copy and paste their comments? A link? I wouldn't say it's impossible that they commented on HIPP. Just really unlikely.
    I can absolutely assure you that anyone placing a 70 cent target on HIPP is merely trying to juice the price a little so they can unload some shares that have burned a big hole in their pocket.
    HIPP will never see 20 cents again.

  • Reply to

    The famous ISIS pipeline

    by jkarafonda Jul 14, 2014 1:27 PM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 14, 2014 1:33 PM Flag

    Relax.

  • Reply to

    Once More, With Feeling

    by lookbeforeyousleep Jul 14, 2014 10:05 AM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 14, 2014 1:31 PM Flag

    Of course no one cares about you. This is an anonymous board. I also don't consider myself a basher of HIPP/AUGT. I am a disgruntled investor who lost some serious change on this stock. If anything we who lost money should be mad as hell at those of you who kept "pumping" this turd. Anybody seen or heard from Arn in a year or so? The real manipulation of this stock has been by pumpers. Any drop in the share price has been the result of the company's putrid performance and the failure of patents to turn into anything.
    I sold when the patent case vs. Yahoo was tossed 2 years ago. I've, from time to time, posted on this board more for it's entertainment value than anything else.
    HIPP is a company that should never have been public. It's operated now, simply as a job revenue conduit for the people who work there. It has no investment value to anyone not working there. As long as they can peel some cash to operate with from dilutions or borrowings...they will. When that stops, they will shut down. It will be worth "zero" in bankruptcy.

    But make no mistake, if you own this stock, if you keep buying it, you're on your own. Whatever you end up with you will deserve. It's your money. Do with it whatever you want. If you like #$%$ into the wind, by all means, feel free to do so.

    Kindest regards.

  • Reply to

    Bravo Management....Salaries Differed!

    by sirius_yomama_2 Jul 9, 2014 4:51 PM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 11, 2014 10:27 AM Flag

    Companies are doing this stuff in house. It's very easy to do. That's why companies like HIPP don't take off. Nobody needs them. A decent high school kid can get these kinds of programs up and running. Since the patents are meaningless, who needs HIPP?

    Face it.

  • Reply to

    PRICE TARGET 80

    by monett4 Jul 3, 2014 11:00 AM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 8, 2014 1:48 PM Flag

    $80 unlikely in near future. However, BP sells for less than 1/2 the industry average price/sales ratio which is around 1x sales. BP is currently around .47 sales. They do $375 bil. in annual sales. Put .65 x that and you get a market cap of $245 bil......or $81/share.

    Once the Gulf thingy is finally put to bed (still going to be years) it will trade closer to a market/industry norm. Yes...we will see $80 down the road. I think 15% annual return over next 3-5 years is almost a guarantee. $50s this year. $60s next year. $70's in '16. $80s by 2017. Hold it. Collect and DRIP the dividends. You'll be happy.

  • Reply to

    Dividend increase

    by black.beaver Jul 7, 2014 12:57 PM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 8, 2014 1:39 PM Flag

    If they bump the dividend to $3 it would be about an 8% rise. Not unreasonable. I don't know if they raise it or not. I've owned COP for years. Dripping my dividends until retirement down the road. COP has been a very nice holding for me.

  • Reply to

    My sources are telling me that

    by neilson_don Jul 8, 2014 1:31 PM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 8, 2014 1:35 PM Flag

    Sorry, but my sources are tell me you're full of cr__.

  • Reply to

    Goldman

    by storiedeagle Jul 8, 2014 10:39 AM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 8, 2014 1:29 PM Flag

    Goldman always, always, always wants to buy the stocks they put sell/underperforms on. They never, ever follow stocks they don't want to buy. There is absolutely no incentive for them to pan or beat up on a stock they have no interest in anyway. So....when GS is lukewarm on a big, liquid stock that's been going up you can be assured they want to sop up the selling they create.
    The same works in the opposite direction. When they say sell a beat up, down trodden stock that means they want it. They just don't want to pay up.
    GS creates their own market.
    I can absolutely guarantee you GS is buying GILD on any dips. Guaranteed.

  • This stock is so predictable. There will be nothing to write home about tomorrow. Place your bets.

  • warnbeeb warnbeeb Jul 8, 2014 10:16 AM Flag

    I read Barrons every week. It is my opinion that when managers recommend stocks in interviews they are looking to sell and when they pan a stock they are looking to buy. I think MONIF is a good stock, but I didn't buy it until this morning. Kass is no different from anyone else. Watch the Round Table recommendations. Abby Joseph Cohen of Goldman Sachs is the worst. Buy when they say sell and sell when they say buy. She pumped MOS in '12 as a buy in the $60's and a sell in the $40's. Hmmmm...shouldn't it be the other way around? MONIF was a sell above $1 and should be a buy under .80 cents. Not the other way around.

  • warnbeeb by warnbeeb Jul 3, 2014 10:44 AM Flag

    Hasn't done s*** since I bought it.

  • Reply to

    now that drummer sold his stock...

    by honesteldon214 Jun 27, 2014 3:09 PM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jun 27, 2014 4:28 PM Flag

    Moving higher? To what? .16 cents?

    Trust me, you will never see .20 again. Let alone the $2-3-4 range that many bought at over the last 3 years.

  • Reply to

    Seeking Alpha is almost always wrong

    by warnbeeb Jun 27, 2014 9:30 AM
    warnbeeb warnbeeb Jun 27, 2014 12:02 PM Flag

    Check out "mobileguruguy". What a shill. Everything he said....every time....good or bad....was wrong.

  • It's always a momentum or anti-momentum play. I have found....maybe....10% of the time they get it right.

    It's sort of simple. Since most of SA's articles are written by amateurs or wannabees or those thinking they know more than the next guy (people who REALLY do know don't post it for free on SA....they get paid for their knowledge) they tend to follow the sheep or think they're the only guy who isn't one and goes the other way....like in this case. Even Cramer puts his name on it and suffers or benefits from his opinion. He gets paid too.

    Be very leery of anonymous opinion makers.

  • warnbeeb warnbeeb Jun 27, 2014 9:25 AM Flag

    And posted anonymously as well!

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