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  • Patent Investing For The Second Half Of 2013 [View article]
    One of the few articles I've read on SA that actually pertains to fact and not opinion. Thanks for the info.
    Jun 13 04:29 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Stop Gambling On Patent Lawsuits [View article]
    LOL to the idea that the whole enchalada isn't just gambling..
    May 6 06:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX: The Big Winner In The Cisco Suit [View article]
    #137119 You seem to be an expert look it up. It's would require copy and paste you seem to have knowledge in that area.
    Mar 18 03:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX: The Big Winner In The Cisco Suit [View article]
    Couple of things: patents are infringed by Apple thats why they awarded a jury verdict of 368 mil and an ongoing of 330K a day.

    4G-LTE is using FRAND as a licensing model, VHC has patents that are essential to FRAND. You are comparing todays revenue to the mole hill. VHC will soon be on top of the mountain.

    Your credentials are WHAT? Notta!

    JP has many hours of research in his White Paper..You have a computer to troll mb's..OK thanks for nothing Expert.
    Mar 18 01:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX And Google? Will Apple Settle, Or Risk Going The Distance? [View article]
    Funny stuff right there RS
    Jan 11 11:18 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX: Do You Believe In Fairytales? Part 2 [View article]
    Wow what a hack. How can SA allow this short manipulation..

    His fairytale is definitely for him, good luck shorty.
    Aug 7 01:46 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX: Do You Believe In Fairytales? Part 1 [View article]
    Too funny this guy went from a SpecialK too a bulldog, pretty sure you're eating something and it's not cereal..
    Aug 1 09:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX: Do You Believe In Fairytales? Part 1 [View article]
    Too funny went from a bowl of cereal to a BULLDOG! This guys been eating something and pretty sure it's not cereal.
    Aug 1 09:15 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Potential fraud appears to be pervasive in U.S.-listed China space [View instapost]
    Special K's money making activity = short a stock then bash it on exposure at SA. Who couldn't make money with an inside setup like that. You have zero credibility in my book..
    Jul 27 02:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX: Do You Believe In Fairytales? Part 1 [View article]
    SA shouldn't allow articles by people with a vested interest in a stock... Long or Short spinning an article in your favor, no matter how you look at it should be criminal and at the very least is CLASSLESS!
    Jul 26 11:49 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX: Do You Believe In Fairytales? Part 1 [View article]
    What about this statement by ming on IV?

    Eight Major Mistakes in the Seeking Alpha article (So Far)
    Here are eight mistakes in today's Seeking Alpha article. Free free to count along or add to the list:



    1: "The original company behind these patents cut off R&D funding, tried to sell the patents, failed to find a buyer or investor for even $10M and let the technology lie dormant for a decade."



    Like Flyers pointed out, that small matter of 9/11 got in the way. This criticism of SAIC is idiotic. If every company that developed IP commercialized it properly, Xerox would have sold you every single personal computer you had ever purchased. This SA comment is kind of like blaming Stanford for letting Google "get away from them".


    2: "VHC's stock already discounts it becoming by far the most successful publicly traded intellectual property NPE (non-practicing entity, aka "patent troll") in history,"

    If VHC were a NPE the ITC case would never have been accepted because of its "industry standing" requirement:


    http://bit.ly/SWd5G0



    3: "Aastra and Mitel may have simply settled for small amounts to avoid ongoing legal fees, also giving VHC a chance for positive but ultimately meaningless press releases."


    The key to both licenses was an ongoing royalty for Release 10 4G Products, which you would never know unless you did deep technical due diligence like...oh... reading the press release:

    "Under the terms of the Agreement, VirnetX has agreed to license certain of its patents to Mitel, for a one-time payment to VirnetX and an ongoing reasonable royalty for all future sales through the expiration of the licensed patents as outlined in the Agreement with respect to certain current and future IP-encrypted products."



    http://bit.ly/Pyk0EC

    4: "VirnetX may lose. - especially given in the last trial the jury apparently struggled with its verdict and this time around the defendants have an easier bar for non-infringement."



    The Jury "struggled" with nothing except how quickly to rule for VHC. See my previous post -



    http://bit.ly/SWd3Or



    5: "VirnetX may win, but be awarded a comparatively small amount of damages. It is entirely plausible that the next jury will find for infringement but award an amount immaterial to VHC's current $2B+ market cap, which would likely cause the stock to collapse."



    This is "plausible". It is also "plausible" that the Mayan Calendar will end civilization and resolve all patent infringement cases currently before the Eastern District of Texas.



    6: "VirnetX may win, but Apple says they have a workaround. A successful workaround strategy would negate the need to pay VirnetX any ongoing royalties, and provide a future roadmap for anyone VHC sues in the future."


    Here is the Markman language that APPL would have to workaround for its future products:

    “a direct communication link that provides data security”

    Fill us in Seeking Alpha - what part of that will future iPhones not have? Data? Communication Links? Security?



    7: "Big Results, Big Reversals
    As I mentioned, some NPEs and even industrial companies have won big headline patent infringement awards in East Texas and other dockets."

    Here is the list of reversals on Patent Infringement Awards involving cases where the Plaintiff had a previous Jury Verdict and successful PTO Reexams on the exact same patents:

    1.

    2.

    3.

    (Answer: None. The VHC case is much stronger now than when they went up against MSFT now that the patents have been validated in a Jury Trial and by Reexam)

    8: "Note: On Thursday, July 19th VHC was dealt a potentially significant setback at the ITC when its Motion to Amend the Complaint was denied and the ITC terminated the investigation due to lack of standing."

    This is not what happened, as has been discussed ad nauseum.

    How these hacks get taken as the truth is beyond me, why SA allows this BS is another question altogether.

    For the record I'm long VHC at an avg. of 17.75 won't sell because of this self serving thievery.
    Jul 26 04:45 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX: Do You Believe In Fairytales? Part 1 [View article]
    The subject of the fable, is the writer of surmised facts and I'm sure his agenda is to drive VHC down to further enhance his short position.

    I think a call to the SEC is in order..They might like to hear about his fable..
    Jul 26 02:30 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VirnetX Vs. Apple In Patent Battle: ITC Launches Investigation; Represents Major Shift [View article]
    Have you ever heard the word precedent, I'm sure VHC's legal team is quite familiar with the term. The bottomline VHC patent's have been validated by a trial. Let's quit blowing smoke. Word on the street Apple and Cisco cancelled room reservation's for the trial date, give the Courtyard in Tyler,Tx a call. Read as you want the fact's are out there.
    Dec 5 11:30 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • No Security in VirnetX Stock [View article]
    So your saying his hatchet job was done to Help! I guess we all look at it differently..
    Apr 13 10:36 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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