Follow up on WTVI.PK (Wi-fiTv.com) and other stocks.
So far I was at least right about choosing to sell when I did. Sure I could of made a bigger profit, but that wasn’t my goal. My goal was to get in and get out. If I’m wrong will all my profits be gone and my initial investment? Highly likely. If Wi-FiTV.com Feb 19, 2007 shows a good product I plan to buy back in at a higher price because then I feel the company has some to generate money with. I actually like the idea of it being the first Hispanic video social site. This is more interesting then being the first wi-fi tv like site since there aren’t any sites offered services to hispanics out there. I’m not surprised to see WTVI traded over 75 million shares today, which many of those selling off the stock because if they were all to buy it would of been in the teens (cents). If you have already sold pat yourself on the back. If you are holding on for dear luck well then to the best to you. I hope you make a million bucks, but I’m not sorry if you don’t.
Since I’ve been on the mid-watch and stayed up just to finish this post I see WTVI did another press release (of course themselves not an outside source) on updating there site here. This is definitely going to spike the penny stock again. I notice it says “1000 new personal pages”, but what about just uploaded video in general; is there a limit? A standard in $25,000 stations? I really don’t think they get it yet. There is nothing about formatted tv shows or anything new to keep visitors on the site. Personal pages are only as good as the site is. I’m curious what the site will show in its “sneak preview”. I think a lot of investors currently buying shares aren’t even young enough to “know” what a good social internet networking site is to a young person. This is a problem. Hahaha. It’s even funny. If you are an investor do you have a myspace.com page? a youtube.com page? a friendster.com page? a hi5.com page? AIM? hahaha..well if you don’t then sign up and test it out and compare it to wi-fitv.com after Feb 19 then you will know if you have a great investment or not. Here are some charts below (click to enlarge).
WTVI Weekly Stock Chart
WTVI Daily Stock Chart
Other stocks I’ve been watching I think are about to move up are MA, CAT, and BA.
All three companies are in an accelerating growth sectors either breaking a large downtrend or
slowly pacing its way up through solid earnings growth.
MA Daily Stock Chart
CAT Daily Stock Chart
BA Weekly Stock Chart
BA Daily Stock Chart
To end this post I found this really interesting news article on CPTH.OB talking about cellular phone subscriber growth in India. I was actually searching if Idea cellular has a stock symbol and was traded, but from my research and knowledge it doesn’t (If I’m wrong let me know!). I’m almost 100% certain I’ve come across this Critical Path company years ago researching stocks. Looks like it has plummeted to a super low. If this article is correct and reliable then CPTH could easily having a great quarter now that Idea Cellular is its biggest customer. They should make a profit with all those subscribers and turn into a profitable company again. I’m going to email the company and see what their plans are. It currently trades at $.13 cents. If Idea Cellular was publicly traded I’d really be interested in it. Another broadband service in India currently traded that is receiving tons of growth is SIFY. See charts below. (Click to enlarge)
Telecommunication Plays in India:
CPTH Weekly Stock Chart
SIFY Weekly Stock Chart
This entry was posted on February 16, 2007 by Paul. It was filed under BA stock, CAT stock, CPTH, Idea Cellular, India stock news, India stocks, MA stock, online tv site, sify, speculative stocks, stock charts, stock news, stock option trading rules, technical chart, trading stock options, wi-fi technology, Wi-Fi TV Inc., Wi-FiTV.com, wireless technology stock, WTVI, WTVI.PK .
wtvi is going to bet GOOGle and yahoo by far. you of look at growth on wtvi
June 30, 2007 at 5:04 am
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November 26, 2013 at 8:40 am