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whatsinstoreforyou 10 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 2, 2014 3:58 PM Member since: Aug 13, 2002
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  • whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Dec 2, 2014 3:58 PM Flag

    Hi mountainr23,

    I recommended singing machine to quite a bit of people when it was from .04 to .08 and I bought at these prices. there is a turnaround but it isn't a slam dunk. lots to discuss about how retail works and the cost to SMDM for prime shelf space and returns. I do not have those figures or guesses. i do know that they couldn't make a profit with record revenues, so with another record this quarter who could positively assert that they will?

    All I can say is good job to the young interim CEO..SMDM was on the brink of disaster and good for bringing Mr. Melo back onboard. He has helped establish relationships, build brand awareness, and improve products...unfortunately, it will take some time for big name retailers to budge on price and truly have an effect on margins because of the past. I do think that if SMDM redeems itself and only through sale volume (that's all the retailers care about) then they may have some credibility and this could very well benefit margins.

    i think optimism is priced in the stock. I know you and others won't be buying anymore at these levels...I do see small volume upticks that I'm pretty sure some wannabe manipulator is trying to move higher for their own self-interest. Trust me, I know the move a penny can make---I had over 500,000 shares.
    good luck to everyone...don't be greedy--see you at .08-12
    Disclosure--looking for an entry point as I have for years....never short.

  • whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Dec 1, 2014 9:15 AM Flag

    about what? Not sure I can answer your question.

  • whatsinstoreforyou by whatsinstoreforyou Dec 1, 2014 8:13 AM Flag

    Hope that doesn't kill SMDM future prospects. I'm cautious about entering at these levels...priced for good year and some optimism about increased revenues.

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    Still Cheap on a Price-to-Revenue Valuation

    by jonathan.loewer Sep 11, 2014 12:08 PM
    whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Nov 17, 2014 9:38 AM Flag

    Hello Miles,

    Hope you are doing well. Back here thinking about SMDM... I don't think anyone knows the full extent of Walmart's or other retailers optimism about SM products. We don't have actual numbers in each store. I do note that the produts are not selling through in the stores I've visited. I did see some at ROSS at a discount. Not sure what the future holds but I would not be overly optimistic. If I would have purchased at the prices I wanted (8-12 cents) I would have sold by now. I do not anticipate the stock moving much higher its just too optimistic for a company that has not exceeded expectations in the past. I expect higher profit with higher sales. It's flat.

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    by ohioinvestor100 Nov 13, 2014 2:11 PM
    whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Nov 13, 2014 10:01 PM Flag

    That's odd. Why do you feel that they have no information by now.

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    by ohioinvestor100 Nov 13, 2014 2:11 PM
    whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Nov 13, 2014 6:21 PM Flag

    Hello, its the 10-Q covering the prior quarter. We are not likely going to see that. My suspicion is that they either have nothing good to report or tapped into a significant deposit.

    Whatever the case, oil being this low, no need to hedge anymore. If production stays here, producers will cut and supply drop causing price to eventually go up. If they get things going by then, hopefully, they hedge production at higher prices.

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    Good Quarter

    by mountainr23 Oct 30, 2014 3:19 PM
    whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Oct 30, 2014 11:56 PM Flag

    I'm a previous shareholder. I have been watching this company for a while. I did find it attractive at .08 but didn't get a chance to buy in. I'm cautiously optimistic and at .20 definitely not willing to take the risk. I do not believe sales will increase 100% or higher and that earnings will exceed .05 for the year. I recently saw some machines in a store that were reduced in price to help sell. It's tough to know where the consumer is going with karoake this year. Any increase in sales will follow the cost to promote products, higher admin costs, and if not planned for accordingly could lead to an increase in inventory. I hope that store location is ideal and promotion sufficient to increase brand awareness.

    I would love to see the turnaround story as I've waited some time for this. I sold out at around these prices on the last run up to about .30.

    good luck to all.

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    How much already?

    by royce38654 Oct 28, 2014 12:23 PM
    whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Oct 28, 2014 7:47 PM Flag

    Greetings REC,

    I feel you about the delay but I am very certain based on the information we have received so far that they are holding back until about November (maybe around 10-Q filing) to report everything together. I believe that they have no choice but to try and raise additional capital for future operations and most importantly the $16 million acquisition. They cannot pay for that obviously. Also, they cannot afford expanding the existing test well to enhance production in Wyoming. Kansas property produces some but not enough. With Kansas and new Texas property producing they have some cash flow but that is just to provide operating income for the meantime to offset some costs. I believe they want to raise cash by either selling rest of LA property or equity/debt offering as this makes the most sense (obvious nothing else they can do). So hold on tight, don't panic about oil prices.

    My take on oil prices is that lots more behind normal supply/demand going on here. Could be economic war with russia with main revenue stream to provide pressure. Saudia Arabia is aligned with U.S. and will likely support lower oil prices. U.S. not worried since production only growing right now. No Oil producting nation wants oil at these prices so at some point production cuts will happen. Additionally, look for a shift in manufacturing to move back to U.S. which will definitely absorb some of the increased production. Improving economy and strong earnings will support the price of oil above $80 IMO...don't believe the scare tactics about oil going to $10...that's just not likely as that equals doom and gloom worldwide.

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    What the Heck!

    by A Yahoo! User Dec 31, 1969 7:00 PM
    whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Oct 22, 2014 6:10 PM Flag

    My thoughts exactly but guess they have to leverage themselves with additional assets in order to borrow for any huge expansion. I see no reason to acquire this large of an asset considering current market cap unless they want to add to market cap value to use as collateral on future lending...even that doesn't make sufficient sense but they have to leverage big money.

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    Stock price increase

    by ohioinvestor100 Oct 21, 2014 5:00 PM
    whatsinstoreforyou whatsinstoreforyou Oct 22, 2014 8:11 AM Flag

    Your guess is good as anyones' but I do note that a large amount was purchased at over .20. this is not an accident...someone wants to support their postion or take a new position. I think news is around the corner as stock moves tend to signal change up or down. I don't see earnigns as a driver at all so only expectation is that they have additional information about the well and raising money through stock/debt offering in which case others may be in the know...

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