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JBla203
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Re: Best Case Scenario
JBla203   6/20/2012 10:08:22 PM
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@taimoorz: If management believes the offer was weak and they value it higher is that valuation artificial? Regarding the second offer, it was basically the same as the first, so why decline the first and accept the second? Takeover speculation obviously has helped the current stock price(which in turn could be artificial if quarter results are poor), but I believe management had a good reason to decline the offer and results this quarter will benefit the stock and Ramtrons future or future buyout. 

Last year Ramtron lost money. If Ramtron came out with 2-10 cents profit this quarter and they were able to raise this years revenue and eps outlook, Ramtron will likely sky rocket.

The stock is getting more attention and hopefully can maintain this momentum. 

 

TaimoorZ
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Re: Best Case Scenario
TaimoorZ   6/20/2012 9:23:37 PM
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@JBla203: Do you think Ramtron's earning will be the sole reason to make the value go up? Could it be acquisition speculation that are playing a role in driving the value up. If the latter is true, the increase in value may be artificial.



TaimoorZ
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Re: Ramtron is right
TaimoorZ   6/20/2012 9:20:08 PM
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"In any bidding war, the seller should absolutely go for a better deal."

@Barbara: I agree. Ramtron has the right to get the due value that it's worth. I don't see how it's doing anything wrong here.


elctrnx_lyf
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Re: Ramtron is right
elctrnx_lyf   6/20/2012 3:20:23 PM
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With economics showing down trend in many Europe regions and the saturated telecommunication market would definitely have more negative impact on sales of Ramtron. I'm not sure if there is any other company who is really interested in Ramtron.

Barbara Jorgensen
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Ramtron is right
Barbara Jorgensen   6/19/2012 3:13:37 PM
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In any bidding war, the seller should absolutely go for a better deal. If Ramtron is holding out and it can demonstrate it's woth more than Cypress wants to pay, due diligence will show that.

JBla203
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Best Case Scenario
JBla203   6/19/2012 12:44:40 PM
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Let´s hope for that bidding war! 

I hope Ramtron comes out with great numbers this quarter, this would really boost the stock and those interested in buying the company would begin to raise their offering price. How long can this process take? If a bidding war occurs will the stock be around to see a few more quarterly results?

Enjoyed the article,

Regards,

Jason





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