|We’re already there update.|
Today with the market trying to get up off the ground after a steep climb and fall we have to expect a few setbacks. There are so many companies barely making it and ones that have passed us by and laid to rest.
I feel comfortable about the fact that while this is all taking place QuesTec is laying a foundation of increases in revenue and increases in eyeballs at stadiums, on TV and in the news media. (QuesTec – questec.com )
We have lost more competition; we have been written about in major publications and to top it all off we signed an agreement with a tight-tight old-fashioned organization, known as MLB. (Major League Baseball).
While Princeton Video (PVII) (See all mentioned stock charts at bottom of page with included links) tries its fate during the Super Bowl, Questec climbs the charts in stadiums wired, increases in exposure etc etc. If we do as I hope and reach $3-5 per share I think we need to consider taking them out on our own, venture capitalists and money managers take notice... we need to do this, with an influx of cash for this purpose alone I think a buyout of Princeton would make Questec a potentially $8-$12 stock in potential alone. Remember folks sports is big business, entertainment advertising is huge, someone needs to pay attention to this and make it a possibility! … before someone else does. I swear I hate even writing about it since I believe in Questec and I would hate someone steal the idea. (Getting PVII)
Anyone watching Scientific Atlanta, this company is one of the biggest makers of cable set-top makers in the world, seems real interesting to me its recent price action, someone knows something about this industry. Motorola now owns General Instruments, not sure why so many were scared to buy (MOT) at 11 not long ago, they are two huge companies in one in this aspect. The set-top will dominate, I could care less what any of the analysts say, Microsoft will quietly take it by the horns as they already are, so is OpenTV... now owning Spyglass and partnered with ACTV Inc. (IATV) in a big way. Phillips is in the running as well. Someone asked me the other day why I recommended Radio Shack, keep watching, this company will be the go-between of the set-top box and those companies that want in on the profits in selling them to the public and those companies that would like to sell additional features such as web cams, digital camera add ons etc.
As the industry gets these boxes to the public, those companies and executives at those companies interested in content will once again pick up the Questec file and realize it is now time to negotiate. You see, right now this is lying dormant due to an ITV (Interactive TV Slowdown), this was caused (IMO) by the AOL/Timewarner deal and other market related setbacks. The sun is rising folks, once it starts it's accent it keeps going till high noon when the sun is at it's highest peak, this peak is almost ten years away, we are in early, be patient.
Content deals are sitting on the sidelines as most of the industry tries to rationalize the networks and infrastructure that will make it work, most of this new technology has not worked as planned by these biggies like Cisco (CSCO) (In my opinion) and others. As these DSL setbacks, infrastructure setbacks are resolved and the set-top emerges these execs will have to stand up and start making deals. What is so exciting to me is that Questec is already showing they have what it takes to make things happen and have revenue already. When these deals are reopened at the executive tables I hear the soft words of Questec, They are already there! Let’s do it!
Where do you want to be?
Sherwood Coasts Group
Tuesday May 22, 2001 10:06 AM
Scientific Atlanta (NYSE:SFA)
Radio Shack (NYSE:RSH)
Princeton Video (NASDAQ:PVII)
Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO)
ACTV, Inc. (NASDAQ:IATV)
OPEN TV Inc. (NASDAQ:OPTV)
Motorola Inc. (NYSE:MOT)
QuesTec Inc. (BB:QSTI.OB)