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Still not profitable.
Crossing both the 50 & 200 day SMA is a buy indicator because they met earnings and have exponential growth in the mobile sector.
The only thing this company is good at is losing money. What I find funny is that the company's stock-based compensation expense was greater than its revenues almost every year for the past 10 years. Now that's how you create shareholder value! Only a fool would buy this stock.I predict that they will do a reverse spilt to avoid being delisted. I also predict that this company (and its stock) will be worthless 5 years from now.
My yearbook brings a lot in the wedding, but the results aren't impressive : $ 12.8 million losses for $ 11.9 million revenue in the full year 2011!As they have only $ 8.3 million of cash, less than 3 quaters ahead, they could be in the wall ! Already overevaluated, if they had no losses, as only $ 11.0 million of net assets, mean only $ 0.32 of net asset/share.The removing to NEW HOPE shouldn't be enough to change the destiny of QUEPASA, and if the financial officer, Jin BUGDEN, leaves the boat QUEPASA as of March 2, have to think that I'not the only one to think that !
QPSA has struggles for the past few weeks but with the MY YEARBOOK merger just a tew days away look for a strong rally. If Europe and China get going, the rebound may be stronger.
Quepasa on its own was an overpriced short. Now with myFacebook it's an underpriced social media/social gaming play.
Extremely High Price for Sales
If the IPO of renren.com (the Chinese equivalent) is successful it should help pull other social media. Additionally, without a Facebook or Twitter IPO in the making shareholders will want a piece of the social media action.
QPSA is the only pure media play like Facebook that sells on an exchange. It has been beaten down to a loss of 2/3 of it's high. Low volume selling. Positively low risk entry as of 3/30/11. Recommend strong buy for a possible 2 bagger.
Some might be bearish because of the way QPSA counts users (inactive users also counted)...http://seekingalpha.com/article/240276-quepasa-is-no-facebook?source=qp_articletherefore inflating the user base.On the other hand, QPSA is in growth mode (both number of users and monetization/ad initiatives) in Latin countries while Facebook is mature worldwide.
I guess I would start by saying why don't Shorts mention the game initiative? Has he never heard of Zynga? One successful game and the traffic goes Parabolic.Just because MySpace has awful management and screwed up there deal, does that mean John Abbott who has executed beautifully is getting ready to screw upCan the guy not read a financial statement and realize the 4 million loss is a Non-cash expense of options.A director provided 90Plus Percent of the revenue< damn right, and he saw over 6 million hits on the political campaign, and over 3-4 times the hits on the other campaigns than projected. I guess this Billionaire- is going to say Wow that was really successful I guess we won't do anymore of those campaigns. Do I need to keep going, Oh I forgot to mention that Sony signed up to sell DSM campaigns and the TechFront acquisition brought the Batista Family to the Quepasa family, Never a bad deal to have the 8th wealthiest guy in the World involved with your company. Let them get short Millions of shares and when John is at the DB conference in 13 days and the Wedbush conference in march they can order some body bags to carry them out. And the AOL deal, that was set up in the go go internet days and they barely survived as a company
Fast growth in subscribers is likely to continue as more and more users seek out social media. The recent purchase of a social gaming company should provide an additional avenue to make money from this user base.
Social media is not a fad
Huge market. Well done site. Ads are increasing
Time to walk this garbage down from $10.
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