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  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    again you completely baffle me. There is no revenue. Therefore no one wants the product. Get it yet? No sales. No revenue. No profits. No value to a sound investor.
    Jul 27 02:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    To Quellospare3969: Did I miss your response to Keubiko who said that
    Jacob and Cormark just got paid $600,000 for raising ANY $10 million in the $8.50 range. What do you expect them to write?
    Jul 26 10:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    what happened to the days when stock valuations were based on a company's business results
    Jul 25 06:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    another documented response to a baseless comment by….Keubiko is a smart person
    Jul 25 06:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    again not a single fact, just nonsensical statements…hey if the fortune 100 all bought this technology the company would be worth billions. Does that make it so? Of course not…so stop hyping the stock based upon pure nonsense…and recognize that those of you hyping the stock are no different from a short who is pointing out negatives except that the shorts present real questions and real facts which the longs have no answers to other than resorting to calling the shorts childish schoolyard names…well this is the grown up world and it just does not work here
    Jul 25 06:36 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    Finally an intelligent comment
    Jul 25 06:32 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    and that is what you are basing this on to be a revolutionary disruptive technology….if it was revolutionary there would be dozens if not hundreds of companies beating their doors down…not just the Chesterfield County Schools…this is a joke right?
    Jul 25 06:32 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    instead of slinging worthless criticism why not use your brain and intellectually answer the questions raised. It is amazing how you knock the negative comments without a single word of substance. "publishing this crud;..that's a well thought out and supported statement ..what a joke
    Jul 25 06:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    no one needs to see it function. the market has already spoken. No one is buying it. End of discussion.
    Jul 25 06:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: A Ticking Time Bomb Set To Self-Destruct? [View article]
    TO ALL Sphere supporters: I still DO NOT see one dollar of revenue from Sphere's product so all your wishful thinking words are worthless. You can knock what the shorts are saying but there still isn't one dollar of revenue to validate anything you say. And if Sphere's product was so revolutionary there are plenty of smart companies and players out there who would be buying it. You need to stop your wishful thinking and follow the money. Money talks. And right now the lack of money/revenue says that Sphere has nothing of major interest to anyone that matters. How stupid do you think consumers/companies are? It doesn't take them years to recognize a good product. They have all passed on this one already.
    Jul 25 07:30 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: Rewarded For A Shotgun Wedding That's Doomed To Backfire? [View article]
    ZERO position. I am looking for some intelligent conversation but I see no one has anything intellectual to respond which means only one thing.
    Jul 11 08:25 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sphere 3D: Rewarded For A Shotgun Wedding That's Doomed To Backfire? [View article]
    Sheldon's company has a stock price of 48 cents, that's pennies not dollars. He is far from the genius you say. But what you don't say is more important. You knock a short sellers article filled with statements you have no intellectual response to. Your responses are all emotional and do not contain a single fact because its all wishful thinking. Look at the numbers. Revenues for Sphere are not consistent with their self serving PR controlled releases. Follow the numbers and address those only. The revenues do not reflect the PR or do they?. Why is that? Try to honestly answer that question if you had no investment in this company and were looking at it with a fresh unbiased position. You are doing no different than the short seller so don't criticize them. You by your statements are just trying to increase the price. They are setting up facts to decrease it so what's the difference. The difference is the truth. A real man/woman responds with facts. You respond with emotions. Explain why revenues do not reflect the PR you parrot. That's all your answer should address but I bet you can't stay on point.
    Jul 10 07:16 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Stop Panicking Over American Capital Agency [View article]
    Chris:

    Can you just tell me how much of AGNC's dividend is generated from the net interest spread only (an approximation is good enough)?

    Thanks
    Bob
    Oct 1 05:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Most U.S. consumers remain either unfamiliar with or unenthusiastic about Nokia (NOK) and BlackBerry's (BBRY) latest hardware, according to an MKM survey of 1,500 people. While 51% of respondents owned a smartphone, only 6% plan to buy a BlackBerry in the next 12 months, and just 1% a Nokia phone. Moreover, in spite of the Z10 and Lumia 920/820 launches, 63% of respondents had no idea when BB10 would launch in the U.S., and 61% were unaware WP8 (MSFT) phones are available. BlackBerry is counting on a fresh marketing push to raise its U.S. profile. [View news story]
    I agree. Now can you take your math one step further and translate that into projected gross sales revenue.
    Apr 10 09:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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