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  • Vringo Vs. Google: Google Did Not 'Flip-Flop' Or Concede To Ongoing Royalties [View article]
    The thing that's confusing to me is what is the point of a "rocket docket" if the post trial BS takes 10 times longer than the actual trial did? Deadlines keep getting set and then they are moved back again and again. First it was December then January, and now it's February or March. Is our legal system so flawed that this could drag out for years just because the guys that lost (Google) keep asking for more time? At what point does the judge who is presumably an intelligent person (starting to question this more and more each day) decide that enough is enough, grow some balls and make a ruling? His delay and lack of willingness to make a ruling (his job) is beneficial to Google while being detrimental to Vringo. You know the guys that won in a court of law.
    Jan 8 10:10 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Hype: Face The Facts [View article]
    Yeah I think it's a viable business model. Every new market that is created starts out with some resistance so this is nothing new. Perhaps it will put more pressure on these big companies using patented processes or ideas without the proper licensing to actually go out and pay for them before they get sued. Imagine that. If companies weren't infringing on patents they didn't own there would be no market for "patent trolling". Just my 2 cents.
    Nov 7 07:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Vs. Google: Verdict Imminent, Trading Halted [View instapost]
    I found this earlier. Has anyone else heard that the verdict was redacted today?
    http://bit.ly/RJ6Hlc
    Nov 7 05:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Hype: Face The Facts [View article]
    Yeah that's exactly what I said. The author was saying that 3.22 is clearly the stocks worth yet as of now it's 3.24. My point is that the worth could be 4.50 tomorrow for all we know, his opinion is very short sighted. Thanks though.
    Nov 7 04:41 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Hype: Face The Facts [View article]
    You are an extremely short sighted investor. If what you say is true than the stocks "worth" changes minute to minute. Common sense is becoming not very common these days I guess.
    Nov 7 04:15 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Hype: Face The Facts [View article]
    Verdict was redacted this morning.


    http://bit.ly/RJ6Hlc
    Nov 7 03:47 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Vringo Vs. Google Verdict: Did Vringo Investors Win As Well? [View article]
    Verdict redacted. Peep

    http://bit.ly/RJ6Hlc
    Nov 7 03:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Vringo Vs. Google Verdict: Did Vringo Investors Win As Well? [View article]
    And they would have made a fast buck if the courts did what they were supposed to do and upheld the law and served up some justice. There is no justice in a "whoops we misplaced a decimal point, sorry about that" type of judicial system.
    Nov 7 01:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo (VRNG -11.5%) is seeing another down day in response to the Google verdict (I, II) - shares are now down 25% since yesterday's trading halt ended. Maxim joins others in estimating the jury's recommended royalty rate could lead to $500M in payments to Vringo until April 2016, but also cautions a Google appeal could take 12-15 months to play out, and that the company might try to create a workaround. [View news story]
    Again no mention of the possibility of the past damage amount to be raised due to jury miscalculation. It seems like SA editors as a whole are shorting VRNG. What goes around comes around jerks.
    Nov 7 12:57 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Don't Count Your Patent Chickens [View article]
    Another short troll. SA is going down the toilet. It's almost as bad as Motley Fool.
    Nov 7 12:30 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Vringo Vs. Google Verdict: Did Vringo Investors Win As Well? [View article]
    And when do you expect this article? It seems like no credible sources are around to report on this ridiculous situation. Half of what I'm reading says the judge can't change the ruling and the other half says he can. Steve Kim where the hell are you?
    Nov 7 12:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Vringo Vs. Google Verdict: Did Vringo Investors Win As Well? [View article]
    Complete BS! The math should have been checked and double checked by someone that has the knowledge to do so. The jury aske for instructions from the court on how to calculate damages and they took those instructions and applied them incorrectly and as a result they came to an incorrect damage amount. The fact that its in writing should be irrelevant. We are talking a huge mistake that had a drastic effect on the company that actually won their case but is being penalized because someone can't divide and multiply. I'm not one of those pipe dreamers hoping for a $100 share price but I feel like the stock should be priced according to a correct ruling. Not some clerical error that can't be corrected because its in writing. If this sh*t stands I give up hope in our legal system.
    Nov 7 12:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Vringo Vs. Google Verdict: Did Vringo Investors Win As Well? [View article]
    I'm no lawyer but from what I understand it IS within the judges power to correct a clerical error. Considering this clerical error cost VRNG 140 million dollars I would hope they wouldn't just let this stand. This is just ridiculous to say the least. The patents were validated and the requested royalty rate was deemed appropriate. Get over it.
    Nov 7 11:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Vringo Vs. Google Verdict: Did Vringo Investors Win As Well? [View article]
    Yeah I'm writing to the editors of SA to express my disappointment in their support of irresponsible journalism. If being a venue for people to purposely misrepresent facts to further a personal agenda is the direction this site is going you can count me out and I'm sure I'm not the only one that feels this way.
    Nov 7 11:21 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Vs. Google: Verdict Imminent, Trading Halted [View instapost]
    I think an investigation needs to be launched by the SEC. This is the second major screw up on the judicial end (first being the laches motion) that has had a huge effect on the share price. This stinks of stock manipulation and I really think its something that needs to be looked into. The fact that the damage calculation was not corrected first thing this morning is another indication that the powers that be have a vested interest in keeping the pps on the ropes. I think we need to get a petition going.
    Nov 7 11:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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