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  • Worlds +37.9% after Activision Markman Hearing completed [View news story]
    You are correct. I should have went back and looked over it again before posting. As you can read below though, we are looking at a very specific time frame within corrections. I do apologize for being arrogant in my wording. It is just frustrating in that without reading through the whole decision, and not just the bullet points it comes across as saying Worlds patents are useless. As per the Judge, that is not the case.
    Oct 6, 2014. 03:35 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Worlds +37.9% after Activision Markman Hearing completed [View news story]
    "declaring Worlds patent claims covering online gaming virtual worlds to be invalid" Is incorrect, if you go back and look. Only the the dates were deemed invalid, not the claims. None of their claims where invalidated, that is why there are still the same number of claims. It was simply deemed that the dates of damages moving forward was changed, and that could have been fixed if Worlds and counsel decided to re-file the suit. Instead they moved forward with a reduced numbers of years. The people submitting information may decide to actually read what they report on.
    Oct 6, 2014. 12:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Market Is Mispricing Prospect Capital [View article]
    PSEC is one of my favorite holdings. Analysts are not high on them, as stated in the article, and the PPS can move dramatically down, but always rebounds. That dividend is always giving back, and will take above 10% returns all day, add to it that it is a monthly dividend, adding even further to your compounding over time, and that my good stuff. "Since 2005, Prospect Capital has returned over 118% when reinvesting dividends." The trading range on PSEC is pretty set, and its a range I am very comfortable with, but the dividend is paid every month, and until they release news that they are lowering the div, then I won't worry 1 bit. A lower price per share just means buying opportunity. Until they lower the div or the PPS drops below 10.00 I won't even think twice about what i deem as one of my most solid returning stocks. If I want share appreciation I invest elsewhere, if I want money is here..
    Jul 8, 2013. 02:00 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Patent Juggernaut: The Damages Endgame [View article]
    Any thoughts on how the postponement of the WDDD marman to August 22nd will effect things?
    Jun 20, 2013. 10:12 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • I Wish I Traded IP Stocks Like Hudson Bay [View article]
    Keep in mind it isn't just Hudson Bay that is investing. Barry Honig another Billionaire with heavy ties to Dr. Frost has also recently invested in WDDD, MGT, and Marathon. One fact you need to check though is Hudson Bay does not have WDDD as a big winner yet, the money to be made there hasn't happened yet. Hudson, Iroquois, and Honig all recently invested in WDDD with a private placement with Series A, B, and C notes being priced at .35, .50, and .75 respectively. I say yet because they ponied up the cash, but the actual catalyst that will help drive tremendous profits for WDDD lies ahead. that is the actual Markman date of June 26th. If favorable the returns could prove to be astronomical with Activision making Billions of dollars on the 2 game titles they are being sued over...Call of Duty and the World of Warcraft Franchises. Then the other MMOs that are currently infringing upon WDDD patents will be next up. MGT doesn't even have a Markman date yet. Both WDDD and MGT stand to make millions of dollars on their IP portfolios. This article made it sound like WDDD is already a HUGE winner for Hudson, but the money to be made there lies ahead. You can invest like Hudson Bay in the case of both companies WDDD and MGT, because the huge profits to be made still lie ahead, and not behind both companies assuming they end up with favorable rulings.
    May 1, 2013. 03:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Though Samsung (SSNLF.PK) is the world's biggest memory maker and a top LCD maker, the growing needs of its phone/tablet ops are forcing it to turn to 3rd-party suppliers. Digitimes reports Samsung has stepped up its purchases of mobile DRAM chips from Elpida and NAND flash products from Toshiba, and that the electronics giant is also buying 5.8" LCD panels from Taiwanese suppliers for its phablets. The implications for memory/LCD demand and pricing are a positive for rivals MU, SNDK, AUO, and LPL, and perhaps also glassmaker GLW and NAND controller supplier SIMO[View news story]
    Keep in Mind IMOS is also in this sector being that Micron and IMOS are the 2 largest companies in that market.
    Apr 12, 2013. 03:38 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment