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@internalauditAmong penny stocks, $TK seems to behave rather interestingly. It has gone up in price but volume is still a pittance compared to many Venture stocks out there. Is it really still in accumulation phase with all the future development?
@internalauditYou can always follow specific people and that's what I am doing. Between discoveries, what is there to talk about when readers like myself read previous posts from November to Present bought in and going to be buying more when the stock dips?
@internalauditBesides gold mining companies, what other metal mining company holdings does SMD have? Havent had the chance to look at eaxh one. Price-wise, current and historical, this is looking interesting.
@internalauditSo I went through ottorock's IKN blog back to January and noticed he really likes $TK. I failed to note down a few other plays he bought into but there were but one or two of those. Didn't know so many junior mining cos. are so scammy. :(
@internalauditespecially the stocks pumped on hotpick channel wishing ceo.ca would only allow editing for a limited time because pumpers could erase their paper trail of recommendations after they have fooled people into buying worthless stocks.
@Moderator@FunJoe, questioning ones motives (in your own mind) is necessary on any investment site, however making false accusations about users is not necessary nor valuable. @internalaudit, it is just that, a coincidence. Neither email address nor IP address matches those of users who have previously been silenced for continuing the conversation you are trying to reinitiate.
@internalaudit@jamjam how much trading do you do? You seem to be one of the active traders who are able to pounce on opportunity while the stocks are still cheap. I think you got in on MOS much lower than 25 cents?
@internalauditI read comments on Seeking Alpha about how Uber is distancing itself from Twilio. Did MOS built some legal protection in the agreement with Visa? https://seekingalpha.com/article/4069344-loss-uber-least-twilios-worries The issue with TWLO is that has an essentially a fixed software product, but it charges by the transaction. Once the transaction costs exceeds effort it takes to implement, companies are going to opt out. The TWLO software even shows users what it does, so they can code their own versions. No company uses everything TWLO has to offer, each uses bits and pieces applicable to their IT design. It's telling that Uber was able to switch away from some TWLO applications without skipping a beat.
A variable cost item for some enterprises is phone call termination. In that regard, TWLO has to negotiate with each phone company. VG has that all locked in at low cost, that's their main business.
@internalauditIf my understanding is right, MOS gets paid for every transaction. If that is the case, over a certain amount of transaction volume, it could make sense for Visa financially to come up with its own solution. I'm just raising this question that current and prospective investors may want to find answers on.
@1969Enigmaor just buy them outright and own the technology...
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@1969Enigmaand for anyone foolhardy enough to look do you honestly think that confidentiality of the terms and conditions of the deals struck with VISA are going to be found in the public domain? Not a chance.
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@nobody@internalaudit , when your car needs repair you pay to the garage guys; If you need a surgery (I hope you never need one, and wish you good health), you go to a surgeon. All you need to do, is to learn how to repair cars, and how to operate on your self, so "you come up with own solution". Going back to Mobi, the fees, Banks will share with us, are less, than revenues and savings they can generate through the platform. You just need to do your own DD on the subject, and internally audit you degree of knowledge. Best regards.:)
@internalaudit@nobody I just shared a legitimate comment on Twilio and that does seem to apply to this MOS/Visa situation. With an indefinite agreement instead of fixed term with penalty/damages, there doesn't seem to be any recourse if this agreement is rescinded.
@internalauditno, but if they don't mention legal protection, I'm not going to assume there is one. You got in at 11 cents. Jamjam said he was underwater and buying at 28 and then about turned and mentioned he also bought at 11 when I dug up a previous post of his saying MOS comprising 85% of his portfolio. People just have to wisen up with these buy buy buy comments but hopefully MOS does shoot through the roof for all your sake. Same as over at IP when CP was doing his own dd.