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Welcome Billy Martin and Raging Capital

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sec filing for one william c. martin - -not the yankee skipper wrapped around a power pole.

seems that raging capital is like a sponge - - soppin up all the shares they could find - -day after day - - -drainin the lake union vault - and even addin more at great entry prices.

so billy - -i dare you to join our forum - -loosen your jaw and tell us why you bought altrfan's shares and why you want to park cash in this fecal swamp.

rage on - -lead the way billy - - - show us a ten bagger!!

Posted by daWiley1 - 13 years ago

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new layout on the vtss website - -did they outsource the site design or was it done before they laid off an american worker??

historic low is safe for now and a notable double bottom has been formed.

new weekly high is the first buy signal in months.

buy new weekly highs, sell (short) new weekly lows.

trade on.

Posted by daWiley1 - 13 years ago

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The guy sounds a little scary to me. But at this point we could use that I guess. It would be interesting to see how he found VTSS.

and how about that news release this morning. I for the life of me can't see why they put these things out. It basically says "Hey we have the dominant market share in this product and sold 5 million of them AND WE ARE STILL LOSING MONEY."

i just don't get it. Maybe they could tell us how much revenue this has generated. Maybe it is 50% of the revenue stream and very important to the survival of the company. Who knows?

Posted by dlog - 13 years ago

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The 7716 goes for $5.18 a piece!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by GARIF - 13 years ago

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Thanks Garif. That is more information than I have ever been able to get out of VTSS. And how many years has VTSS been shipping the 7716? What does this product give VTSS in annual revenue would you guess?

Posted by dlog - 13 years ago

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I'm going to try that "hope" thing. I'll keep one hand out for "hope" while I crap in the other one. We'll see which one fills up first!

Posted by par4corsfl - 13 years ago

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Par,

If you would like something to fill up I will suggest Arrogant Bastard Ale (7.2%) from Stone Brewing in Escondido down San Diego way.... my youngest brother, whose social value can be debated, came back with a couple cases after his annual trip for Mackinac Island/Bay Harbor golf excursions.....after a couple of hours we were like 'The Chink' in Tom Robbins novel 'Even Cowgirls get the Blues'......"ha ha ho ho and hee hee!"

Good stuff, and the funniest description on a beer bottle I have ever seen....

Posted by altrfan - 13 years ago | Updated 13 years ago

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I am seeing things I never believed I would see. Coldwater Creek (CWTR) a womans retailer with, at one time, a billion dollar sales has fallen on hard times. At one point its stock was $10-$25 per share and in the $3-$5 per share range as little as 6-12 months ago. This past week it sold 26 million shares of stock (93 million was outstanding prior to the sale) at $.85 per share. Just unbelievable financial mismanagement. It appears all of the standards of what was good and judicious management practices have been thrown out. I guess anything goes now.

Posted by dlog - 13 years ago

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My wife used to shop there & on line, nice stuff. Not sure where they went wrong.

I will look for Arrogant Bastard Ale the next time I go to restock my Old Speckled Hen!

Posted by par4corsfl - 13 years ago

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According to Vitesse the 7716 was born in 2005, started sampling in July 2005; How much annual revenue? lets hope this question is posed to CRG in a few weeks, so we can get the real numbers on this Key product.

Peace

Posted by GARIF - 13 years ago

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