As the beat (and the beaters) goes on, WYY has turned in a respectable $770,187.79 in FPDS Action orders this week thus far. That put's Fed Fiscal Q4 2017 or, if you prefer, Calendar year Q3 2017, at a very respectable opportunity of $28,009,299.54. I don't know what this translates into for quarterly revenue since it is spread throughout each orders performance period (I assume), but same quarter 2016 came in at $20,822,032.31 in FPDS Action Order opportunities. And even in my math challenged universe is a Martha Stewart good thing moment.
The Royal Jelly Belly in Wonderland
Is it a modified form of internet-induced schizophrenia that compels posters to throw BS on the wall for others to see? On one hand (the left, I presume) the poster lauds WidePoint for acknowledging the promotion of a valued longtime employee and sector contributor, and with the other hand slaps the company for doing same.
The self-appointed "Royal" poster then goes further down his imaginary rabbit hole by comparing tiny WidePoint's business makeup to GE's under (sic) Jack Welsh. Whut? This guy must live in a state with legalized herb 'cause "you havin" a pipe dream governor."
Our Royal Mad Hatter goes on a rant about (as far as I am aware of) a non-existent secondary offering which he conjured up in his smoke laden den of fanciful notions. Deep breaths there mate, the rest of us must live in the real world, but carry on if you must. Talk about blowing smoke, this guy's got the market cornered.
"What's that Royal Jelly Belly? You're late, you're late, for a very important date?" There, there, now calm down and take another hit of whatever you're smoking and leave all this to those that live in the real world.
I'll post my reply to the screen name"Widepoint " in this new post so that it can't be erased, which is typical behavior for these hibernating bears that pop out of their den to take a dump on the message board and then crawl back in: Discredit the bears, please you do that to yourself. Offering such "sage advice" and calling everything you say a fact does not make it so. Name calling is your ilk's specialty but glad to see i got under your skin. BTW I got marinara on my shirt while doing it, but will be happy to send you the cleaning bill. Widepoint's business successes and failures are just the nature of business for a small company doing business with the US Government. When expected revenue from a project is put on hold or cancelled outright it affects the margins in a negative way. Sucks but you roll with it, reassess and go at it from a different approach. However, once a solid, little, company like WYY is entrenched with the government it stays that way for a long, long time. So it's a waiting game but one with a positive upside. The long game wins in the end. I'm not telling others where to invest since I'm not an investment advisor and neither are you so stop trying to pretend you've got anyone's best interest in mind besides yourself. Why do you care to try to convince others not to invest? Your MO: You can make more money off your fellow man when you can shake the tree and scare the shares out of their hands and into your shorts!
I'm seeing a microcap wantabe thats lost 3/4 of its market cap in last 26 months, and when I read this board, must believe PT Barnum is smiling.
Since 18 Sep 2017 Another $500k or so of action orders show up on FPDS. $112,186.61 CDC under HHSD2002017M95623P $386,500 USCBP under DHS BPA $6,829.46 USCBP under DHS BPA $2,004.84 USCBP under DHS BPA $7,337 Natl Science Foundation
By my reckoning, just from FPDS awards for Q3 2017 there is a potential for $27,754,479.66 in revenues over the life of the action orders specified in the FPDS Q3 orders should the full funding be requested by the parties.
Looks good going forward.
The Printing Press for WYY’s Next Secondary Is Primed!
Reading WYY’s recent spate of PR, a tyro might see Kang setting up multiple divisions with autonomous CEOs & think that Kang is 2017’s answer to Jack Welsh.
But, the GE structure doesn’t work when one is dealing with First Grade Classrooms.
It’s very nice of WYY formally acknowledged Todd Dzyak as the CEO of WYY Integrated Solutions for, in actuality, he’s had that job since Jin Kang’s first retirement two years ago.
A logical question to ponder might be what does WYY have to show in the way of positive financial results during Dzyak’s tenure as de facto head of Integrated Solutions for the last two years?
It’s just another fluff announcement with no substance.
One now needs to ask why WYY PRed this insignificant news at this juncture?
Just review the recent spate of announcements that have not moved the Richter Scale.
It’s obvious management has a new shotgun approach which is to announcing everything they are doing short of what they had for lunch.
WYY has gone from approximately 13MM shares outstanding in 2001 to approximately 83MM shares outstanding today.
It looks like they are back to their old ways of blowing smoke to promote the stock right before their next dilutive raise.
The printing press is already tuned up.
We are primed for the next secondary and this dilution will put the previous dilutions to shame!
Ahhh the Italiano meat-aballa climbing Le Dolomite montagna. He's-a not to smart using spaghetti as a climbing rope, but we know meatballs aren't too sharp. Be careful little meatball, you-a gonna fall down and go splat. at least you wear a little helmet to protect your thick skull. A little advice, it's not gonna save you when you land hard-a. Your shorts are gonna fall off that cliff and marinara sauce is gonna splatter all-a over the place.
Congrats to Todd Dzyaknamed as President and CEO of WidePoint Integrated Solutions Corp. (WISC) and WidePoint Solutions Corp. (WSC). He seems to have a solid history with WYY and within the TEM/TLM community. Good to see promotions from within.
Haven't posted in a while. I got bored reading the about the same lies by management, month after month and year after year while GGrail plays cheerleader to McCuban. What a great one two punch - not! Dante, I have much respect for you. why? because you were a super bull, probably talked to McCuban and got suckered by his lies, like everyone else on this board, but you finally figured it out. GGrail on the other hand is too far gone. He will still be a holder when the company is completely worthless, and then blame it on dumb luck. Others on this board have posted that McCuban is a fraud and GGrail is also a fraud for fronting for McCuban. I love the recent questions about Ggrail getting paid. I doubt it. But do believe that Grail lives for his inside info. Grail, you think that you are playing McCuban by pretending to be his friend and are too stoopid to realize that he is pretending to be your friend and is playing you!!! The best part of all this is watching from the sidelines how stoopid, yes stoopid, Grail really is.
WidePoint Awarded $1.1 Million for Option Year 3 Renewal Of Mobile Management Services by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
Thank Goodness the contract wasn't for more $$$
Hahah in typical fashion drops 4 cents 1 minute before close so predictable
cmon guys we wanted PRs and now they are coming more on the way 2018 will be profitable finally just wait and mark this post
Jimmy Ray has been on Yahoo less than a day. As suspected he hasn't posted a single factoid of merit yet. just the same old drivel we've all heard before. You a shareholder Jimbo? I don't think so since you refer to longs as bumbling idiots. What's your motive then, hmmm? Nevermind, I don't really wonder I'm pretty sure I get where you're coming from. Hint: It's either Dante's inferno or the land of Lame's King sent you to do his dirty work. P.S. Hope your shorts get cooked on the run up, but try to save a little cash for reading comprehension lessons.
That 43¢ 1500 share trade proves what we already know that some short/shorts are doing whatever they have to get the share price down. Only reason for some one to sell shares at .43 when the bid/ask is in the .50’s. the good part is the price came right back up to the .50’s. This shows there are buyers out there that are willing to buy and also shows that when ever the share price moves up the shorts start to attack. We have seen this many times in the past however any good news from the Company right now, think CG, and even better good profits for the 3rd Q will limit their ability to force the price down as they just have. Just a matter of time.
Just took a look at the HACK Fund WYY was in and compared it today to the other 30 Cyber Companies in the Fund then. EPS 12 other Companies lower then Widepoint. Price/Book 5 others lower. Forward PE 17 lower, Book Value 4 lower, EBITFA 7 lower. Yet in Share price WYY is the lowest by far with .53 and MobileIron next with a 3.75 share price. Many of these are major Companies such as Pala Alto, Fire Eye and Semantic. What conclusion can we decipher from this, very clear, Widepoint is way undervalued. This is especially true when looking at the foreword PE.
WARNING: IDIOT SEASON HAS OPENED!
Stock moves up 60% from the bottom (40 cents to 65 cents, for those mathematically challenged...looking at you Queen Prelaine!) and we have crickets. Stocks gives back 15-20% of said move higher, and the idiot alrms must've sounded!
Prediction: Shares will resume new uptrend and noted bozos will go back to hiding under the comfort of their very own igneous rock! Ba-bye my lovely losers...!
Check the FPDS contracts for 9-15 It won't let me cut & paste. $69,200,620.00 Now we need some orders
WYY PRESS RELEASE BORDERS ON FRAUD :
Yesterday’s WYY press release announcing a National Institute of Nursing Research contract borders on FRAUD!
WYY manages hundreds of thousands if not millions of devices in their TEMs business.
I called NINR today and they willing shared that NINR’s entire staff is 150 people. If every staffer had 2 phones, WYY might generate $1,500 gross a month. (I arrived at this number by using Jin Kang’s own words from WYY’s last CC he said that WYY gets $5 a handset.)
No wonder the dollar amount of the contract was not mentioned. This is obviously no accident by management.
Everyone agrees that WYY should disclose as often as possible, as much as legally possible to their shareholders, but only when they have something to talk about
When you put out a blatantly misleading press release, intentional omitting numbers, size and scope then what you are doing is not constructive.