Damn you Bill
You must be a F$%# vampire, and only come out late at night. hahahaha
Frankly, been pretty quiet in here. Really sucks...We use to have some funny ass stuff to kick around. No more real work for you. No more fun...Just serious Bill.
And yes we are still waiting for the pics of the job that you finished along time ago!
With all of the cash that you are making and saving by drinking tecquila instead of Makers...you should have more powder to throw into the market!
BTW - what brand of tecquila are you drinking?
She is the nicest lady that ever existed...I will always be grateful to her! She is a great friend!
I hope that you are doing great, Jeff!
good to see you back. despite a painful flight from Houston back home to Charlotte suffering from the after affects of a long night of good friends, good food and sipping tequila...I can highly recommend Herradura tequila.
Fine aged stuff indeed. I prefer the Anejo (aged 2 years), but the Repesado is excellent as well. Just be careful....it's so smooth you can over do it.
Unfortunately, the after affects of fine tequila is exactly the same as the rot gut stuff...lol.
Have a good weekend!
QED Connect Inc. Signs Letter of Intent for Merger: Forms Holding Company
MANCHESTER, NH -- (Marketwire) -- 01/22/10 --
QED Connect Inc. ("QED Connect") (PINKSHEETS: QEDN), an innovative, software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider for the information security market, today announced that the company has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire Nazz Productions Inc
QED's Board of Directors has expanded its direction of the corporation to become a holding company and make acquisitions as wholly owned subsidiaries to complement its revenue. Tom Makmann, CEO of QED Connect, stated, "In order to enhance shareholder value during these difficult economic times, the company needed to look for ways to increase revenue and minimize risk
Through acquisitions the Company will be able to diversify into new markets and realize the benefits as the portfolio business grow. QED believes that its future is in acquiring companies with strong potential and helping them achieve their plans."
Nazz is an independent producer and distributor of film and television entertainment content. The Company focuses on producing artistic films that emphasize complex storylines and character development while curtailing overall production costs associated with feature film cinematography. Nazz intends to establish both national and international channels for distribution of films to both theaters and on television and to establish an entertainment library. It is expected that post-release distribution of the content of such a library will generate recurring revenues by distributing film directly to retailers, the expanding online distribution network, and television
The Company is currently in post-production on its latest film "Good Day For It," starring Academy Award nominee Hal Holbrook, Robert Patrick, Lance Henriksen, Robert Englund, Kathy Baker, Samantha Mathis, Mika Boorem, Joe Flanigan, Christian Kane and Richard Brake. Past films include "The 24th Day," starring Scott Speedman and James Marsden, as well as "The Florentine," which was a co-production along with Francis Ford Coppola's American Zoetrope
Nick Stagliano, President and CEO of Nazz Productions, stated, "We are excited to be part of the QED organization and see a great opportunity for our core entertainment business. Even in today's times there is a bona fide need for recreation and release. The fact that the domestic box office had its best year ever and surpassed $10 Billion in 2009 is verification that movies are a proven source for that entertainment."
The merger is expected to close within the next 60 days
The previous announced merger with Southeastern Retail Services, Inc., d/b/a "ProRemote Solutions" ("ProRemote Solutions") scheduled to close this month, will also become a wholly owned subsidiary under this structure
Iiiiinnnnttterrreeeesting, to say the least. Now, QEDN is not only merging with the ProRemote company...they are also bringing in an established movie production company (Nazz has been around for 10 years).
Buy? Sell? I dunno'. Still have my measly 238,100 shares of this thing.
All right ... chatter!
Boy, some of these new picks are doing pretty good ...
Been waiting for a pull back on KATX to load up but ... nobody is selling! Shoulda, woulda .... had my shot earlier in the week, just misplayed it and not about to chase ...
Back track to some of the others mentioned ... MMUH - up 61% today (not in that one), wait, scrap that ... 67%
Check out the new and improved QASP site - Much nicer, even if the content is relatively the same ... would post a link but I am all enraptured in watching L2 on the new Etrade toy ...
Good to see some noise in here, happy Friday everybody ...
You may have caught this back around the begining of the year but, just in case ...
This CEO has a track record, had some other bit's and pieces at the time and lost them - The old Google search on the name ... Pretty incredible for a company that has ceased operations due to having no revenue is able to acquire another company ... Took a gander over to the board and it appears even the mods have bailed or that seems to be the assumption ...A couple of very short articles, be sure to read the second one as it follows up on the first about 6 months later.
Great to hear from you again, yesterday was a drive by at lunch while stratgizing some money moves, buy's and sells ... If I dare say it ... starting to get a better feel for some of this, the lessons are getting imbedded quicker ... I think I will nip that ramble in the bud before I choke on my foot ... Maybe time to flush those guys and move on?
Shots, your mention about Sheffs board ... These guys are pretty good, the two mods as well, especially 911 - Straight shooter and following him around, just riding his coatails as more than a few have been doing ... watch his picks is all I can say.
Off to work, got stocks on the brain, might have to do a dump later ...
BEHL is on the stockcharts dot com ticker cloud. You guys looking at intraday charts on that thing at this time of night?