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Inseego Corp. (INSG)

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  • M
    Mark
    This has been painful to watch. I'm sure the CEO isn't happy about it either. Since Dan has 181,000+ shares, each dollar it goes down, his share value drops $181,000.
    Only 2 weeks until the end of the 3rd quarter and then a month until we hear the results.
    Maybe we'll get some kind of update like we did last year which caused INSG to jump up... A lot of 5G stocks were hit today including Qualcomm, Nokia, Sierra Wireless, etc.
  • B
    Busther
    I picked up some more at $7.50 this morning and have several other GTC orders set at $7.00, $6.50 and $6.00. Markets don’t always trade rationally and I have made lots of money over the years taking advantage of the disconnect. I like my chances of doubling or tripling my investment in the next year or so.
  • B
    Bill
    Another 20-30 cent drop I will start taking a position. I know it is earlier that what I said before, but will take a quarter position. Will wait for 3-4 weeks before next earnings to take the rest. Always a bump around earnings. This trade has been easy money.
  • D
    Donna
    The problem with this stock is. When you look up all you see are headwinds in the macro. Supply chain constraints, inflation, higher taxes amongst others. There needs to be some better news. I've cashed a lot, but still holding a few k shares.glta
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    Bill
    I've been trading stocks for 23 years and INSG is the biggest head-scratcher I've ever seen. When the share price was over 20, if you told me it would fall to 7 in two months AND STAY THERE, I would have guessed the company had gone bankrupt, or some serious distaster had befallen them. But a couple of soft quarters makes 65% of their market cap evaporate? Welcome to the Nasdaq casino, where there are no rules! Ya pays yer money and ya takes yer chances! Hurry, hurry, step right up and spin the big wheel! Then get out the lube and bend over!
  • D
    Dean P., Waterbury, CT
    I'm seeing the largest short covering in over a year and a bunch of nervous Nellie's here.....oh boy, by the way which one of you Jabronis had there boat license, if it was Larry ask him if he can captain a paddle boat
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    oilman95762
    THE PROBLEM WITH INSEEGO >>> Basically, the capital structure is way too bloated for the current and likely future revenue streams -- too many shares issued and too much debt. It's really that simple. Realistically, there's little possibility that the company with ever have meaningful profits. Mondor's hype & spin was nothing but a fantasy that created a short covering rally. The stock will likely never hit $21.93 again. IMO
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    oilman95762
    "JSL" >>> Let's see....the short interest keeps declining while the TURD keeps tanking. What should that be telling you?? Simple, grasshopper. The short covering should help support the stock but the "bagholders" keep bailing out which is overwhelming the shorts buying back in. Investing 101!! Get it now??!! LOL
  • M
    Mark
    There are plenty of examples of tech companies where you had to be very patient to cash in - like Apple, AMD, etc... I am still trusting that the 2H 2021 and next year are gonna be high growth (according to Dan). Share price should reflect the growth. There are plenty of crazy 10x-20x revenue companies out there that are way too overpriced. If Inseego was at 10x, it'd be over 30 bucks. If they grew there annual revenue to 400 million, they'd be over 40 bucks at 10x revs...
    I'm hanging tight for a few more quarters. GLTA.
  • J
    JSL
    Yahoo wouldn't let me post the link from Nasdaq. Through the 8/31 settlement period, the short interest decreased 437,616 shares to a total of 15.838 million.
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    Steve
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    msumak
    Cowen was out super bullish on INSG yesterday. Sounds like Tmobile is really pushing their 5g product plus they are about to get a huge inflection in enterprise plus the BOD must be bullish as they cashed in their preferred at a discount
  • g
    gary
    Just a note, to all of us bagholders, no we are not. We are pot of gold holders. Sometimes we take the gold out, sometimes we hold the the pot. Yep, I took some gold between 18 and 21.5. Had a big gtc in for 23.5. Oops no cigar. Sent my wife $ 15k. Thai women love$$. Bought me a UTV and now and then I say thank you Seego. Now the pot still has the gold. No big deal unless you take it out.
  • h
    hehe
    insg is a good choice for long term investment. with the effort of 5G digital revolution, we expect fwa to grow significantly in conjunction with IOT. insg is already well engaged in both key business. I don't worry any short term price action, I am looking for robust return for next 5 to 7 years. if anyone looks for the short term profit, insg is not a right choice.
  • E
    Election Monkey
    INSG needs a quarter with positive free cash. That’s it. Simple Mondor. Do it.
  • s
    steve
    Market makers are playing games
    Rolling Stones ……
    “Time …is …on…my side🎶
  • g
    gary
    Today was a sea of red in the market and Oil calls inseego a Turd. Hey, I am not happy that all of my 5g stocks are down. It is what it is. We are a pessimistic country now. Our board has gone from accentuate the positives to accentuate the negatives. Excluding some of you guys giving us some inseego achievements. Thank you...