BroadVision, Inc. (NASDAQ:BVSN)

CAPS Rating: 1 out of 5

The Company develops, markets, and supports enterprise portal applications that enable companies to unify their e-business infrastructure and conduct both interactions and transactions with employees, partners, and customers.

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Player Avatar Anatari (34.50) Submitted: 3/20/2007 8:37:25 PM : Outperform Start Price: $104.00 BVSN Score: -139.65

Solid fundamentals and I was impressed with a talk that the CEO, Pehong Chen, gave at UC Berkeley about technology innovation. Seems like a competent guy that can lead Broadvision out of its slump.

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Member Avatar SOCOMhead (< 20) Submitted: 3/22/2007 6:49:19 PM
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Solid Fundamentals? See my reply below to fwb42. This one smells like a pump and dump. THere is a reason insiders do not own their ownstock. Heck the CEO isn't even taking options.

Member Avatar Anatari (34.50) Submitted: 3/23/2007 7:41:26 PM
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GSA Advantage! is a site that uses BroadVision software, not ran by broadvision itself. I guess the press release was boasting a sucessful client of their software in order to attract more clients.

I'm not sure how accurate this information is, but etrade reports that the CEO purchased 34,500,000 shares on March 8, 2006.

Member Avatar Anatari (34.50) Submitted: 3/23/2007 7:41:37 PM
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GSA Advantage! is a site that uses BroadVision software, not ran by broadvision itself. I guess the press release was boasting a sucessful client of their software in order to attract more clients.

I'm not sure how accurate this information is, but etrade reports that the CEO purchased 34,500,000 shares on March 8, 2006.

Member Avatar stockgripes (99.31) Submitted: 6/25/2007 3:26:43 PM
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I guess it is a moot point but I know this stock when it was in $100's (American dollars). I truely belived that they can pull them off BKruptcy but then the CEO did a flam-flam, overnight sold the company to someone for half/one third of what it was worth in the market. May be the fundamentals weren't that strong or may be CEO was getting more benefits, I don't know. To their credit they have came back from penny's to $ in stock value.
Long term I don't think they matter in the big picture. Probably provide bread and butter for some employee for a long while until it fizzle away or ANOTHER GOLD RUSH/DOT COM and get bought, not.

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