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A WBN Reader Writes: Am I correct in starting to have that sinking feeling all over again with respect to MAX Internet Communications, Inc. - or, more precisely, to MXIP (the stock, not the company)? And, if so, what can be done about it?
As you know, last Autumn's $6 to $7 a share prices, KO'd principally (not to mention unfairly) by Federal Trade Commission "issues", sank (shudder) to the $1 area. Where indeed, one wondered, were the snows of other times? Happily, with the Spring came vindication from Germany in the shape of a $12.6 million investment from that Frankfurt firm with the name which looks like a Welsh railroad station. The stock was bolstered by the money coming from a respectable quarter. (German financial services outfits [whatever their names] are, after all, thought to be more in the know about science and technology [why else did both the US and Russia Shanghai all the Germans they could lay their hands on for their competing Cold War space programs?] than, say, an Angolan diamond cutting consortium or a Como silk cartel). Further support came from using $4million to repurchase the company's convertible debt, thereby eliminating, according CEO Lawrence R. Biggs, Jr., "the selling pressure in the stock that resulted from the conversions" (Company Press Release, 3-30-99). In almost no time at all, MXIP was back in the old neighborhood.
And able to boast about more than money in the bank, too. There's that lyric poem of an independent, third party, non-compensated MAXicLIVE product review from the founder of The NetMeeting Place. You know the one. Where he said it's a piece of revolutionary computer hardware that changes the world - because for the first time a single card does just about everything he needs a peripheral to do - it takes only one PCI slot instead of at least three separate ones - it costs less than $500 on the street - and "you can avoid spending thousands on upgrading your motherboard and your processor just to get decent video capture speeds" (MXIP wbn CyberStation, 3-17-99).
Width all this, shouldn't the stock price be heading to $8 a share rather than returning to $4? When they change the name officially from Voxcom Holdings, Inc. to MAX Internet Communications Inc. at the shareholder meeting in November, perhaps they should consider, for MAXimum effect, going all the way to MAXicLIVE.com. Now, there's a moniker with Oomph!
WBN Responds: As you know, the course of true love never did run smooth. Neither did the price action - in the short term - of highly speculative small companies no matter how revolutionary their technology. And, yes, there's something about MAXicLIVE.com...
Na ja schaun wir mal . Mit Kursen über 5 Dollar können wir ganz gut leben, oder ?