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Silicom Ltd. (SILC)

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    Dad
    Dad
    Stock has been resilient the last couple days. I sold 1000 shares yesterday and somebody gobbled them up. Stock eventually sold off a little bit because the market rolled over in the afternoon only to bounce back today. Seems like somebody's accumulating.
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    Rube
    Rube
    My post 4 days ago, deleted by Yahoo, stated that I assume the initial order/design win recently announced will be consummated in this Q.......so that it extends guidance range. I now think 33 mill. revs this Q are highly likely.
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    Rube
    Rube
    Thanx, Don !!!!! We didn,t need the stock market, anyway !!!
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    Ajit
    Ajit
    IMHO it’s a buyout candidate – clean books, crossed $100 mil in sales, good margin, growing nicely, and decent cash. Target $550-600 mil range anticipated.
  • R
    Rube
    Rube
    Posted an hour ago and Yahoo deleted.....disgusting.....no guidelines violated.
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    Rube
    Rube
    Silicom makes more $ non-GAAP than Cavium......and GAAP, Cavium loses money......$ 60 / share....Rodney !!!
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    Patiencewillpayoff
    Patiencewillpayoff
    After listening to the conference call, where the technical risks associated with the large PO order have largely disappeared, I am a buyer at the 52-53 level. Very optimistic 2Q call. SILC goes higher from here.
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    Some Name
    Some Name

    Well, if you are looking to get on the ground floor of a hot company check out $HSDT. This is my second biggest holding after SILC. They are going after some major brain diseases including Alzheimer's, MS, TBI, Depression, Stroke, etc. They have developed a non-invasive, non-medication device called the PoNS. There is nothing like this on the market as far as I know so this could be a real game changer. At present they are focusing on TBI and MS (clinical trials) with the rest of the list above to follow over the next few years assuming they make it through the MS and TBI FDA approvals.

    The technology was developed at UW Madison (where I currently reside so I know their story well). Check out some of the YouTube videos for PoNS…impressive. They did a reverse merger and are currently trading on OTC ($1.87) but hopefully they will up-list shortly.

    Check them out at http://heliusmedical.com/

    They have an impressive board and are closing in at a 52 week high.

    Anyway, just a friendly tip so due you own due diligence. GLTA SILC!

  • D
    Dad
    Dad
    It makes no sense. Why would somebody sell all those thousands of shares at the open at the worst prices since they reported. With no liquidity, they sent to stock down over 5%.
  • J
    John
    John
    This is the most under appreciated and least trusted stock on the NASDAQ. We should be at $70+
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    Henry
    Henry
    Bank of New York Mellon Corp raised its position in shares of Silicom Ltd (NASDAQ:SILC) by 10.3% during the first quarter, according to its most recent Form 13F filing with the SEC. The firm owned 16,234 shares of the technology company’s stock after buying an additional 1,517 shares during the period. Bank of New York Mellon Corp’s holdings in Silicom were worth $807,000 as of its most recent SEC filing.
    Other large investors have also made changes to their positions in the company. Guggenheim Capital LLC boosted its stake in shares of Silicom by 23.7% in the fourth quarter. Guggenheim Capital LLC now owns 25,394 shares of the technology company’s stock worth $1,043,000 after buying an additional 4,858 shares during the last quarter. GSA Capital Partners LLP acquired a new stake in shares of Silicom during the fourth quarter worth approximately $242,000. State Street Corp boosted its stake in shares of Silicom by 2.1% in the fourth quarter. State Street Corp now owns 73,088 shares of the technology company’s stock worth $3,001,000 after buying an additional 1,510 shares during the last quarter. Finally, Russell Investments Group Ltd. acquired a new stake in shares of Silicom during the fourth quarter worth approximately $462,000. 25.44% of the stock is owned by institutional investors and hedge funds.
  • J
    John
    John
    FYI. I don't see the detail but Needham, Alex Henderson, upped their SILC target price from $60 to $67.
  • R
    Rube
    Rube
    The market looks like more people are thinking this is a market top.
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    Some Name
    Some Name
    During the call they mentioned that the big design win was from one of the top ten (data center) customer in the world. He emphasized that it was definitely not the top three. I also got the impression that selling to one of the top 3 was not going to happen in 2017, but will it ever?So during the call, they mentioned that the big design win was from one of the top ten (data center) customer in the world. He emphasized that it was definitely not the top three. I also got the impression that selling to one of the top 3 was not going to happen in the next year. Any idea why this would be? Would it because they are already using a competitors product or perhaps they are not ready for SILC technology yet? the next year. Any idea why this would be? Would it because they are already using a competitors product or perhaps they are not ready for SILC technology yet?
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    Steven
    Steven
    They also said on the conference call that the second half of 2017 will be better than the record revenues achieved in the first half of 2017. Very positive all around.
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    mike
    mike
    30.3 69 cents non gap
  • J
    John
    John
    I'm guessing after the earnings there must have been a blackout lifted and someone needed some money.
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    A
    A
    Management changed the title of the Investment Presentation from "Growth Opportunity" to "Inflection Point". Interesting choice of words........
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    eddypgil
    eddypgil
    Patience will pay off
  • R
    Rube
    Rube
    We got some respect !!!!!Yahoo won't let me post link about Rodney......unbelievable.