On Wednesday, August 5th, with Cerner stock rebounding from a morning low of $63.25, rdgosc predicted the stock would go to $57 the week of August 10th. The week is over, so in order to determine if he is an adept and reasonable investor, let's see how he did, shall we?
During the past week, Cerner traded between $62 and $64.29, ending the week at $64.25. CERN actually closed the week up $1 from the morning low hours before rdgosc made his prediction.
The facts are in: rdgosc is not an adept investor, and acting on any guidance he would spew forth would likely deliver beaucoup losses. If he put his own money where his mouth is, he is likely poorer now than the week prior. Too bad for him. Obviously, he is just simply full of nonsense.
You still seeing that $57 a week later? We will have some bumps in the road but I suggest you have no credibility when predicting the future of this stock.Study their history.
Thank you. My "past gains" were real (converted to cash), and my "current losses" are paper (not losses until I sell). And even most of that is still positive. It has been a long uphill ride for many years. A few weeks (or months) of correction is of consequence to only the weakest of investors.
Nah, you don't owe me an explanation. Enjoy your past gains and current losses.
Obviously, the investment community isn't putting much credence into the DoD deal. Hopefully Cerner doesn't repeat their NHS rollout.
Hello fuzzy! The tone of your message sounds like your still smarting from having your stock price predictions shown to be B.S. earlier this year.
And, since when do I owe you anything, including an explanation of Cerner's short-term stock price performance? I thought it was you that owed me something since you lost our bet.
But, being the nice guy that I am, here is a clue to the answer that you seek. Study CERN news and the CERN stock price charts from April - October of 2003. Therein lies your clue.
So, tongo, explain the drop in Cerner's share price since they won that wonderful DoD contract. I can't wait to hear your analysis.
They have worked with Cerner in the past in hospital IT systems.
Auxilio has captured the biggest hospital systems in the U.S. for their Managed Print Services.
Over the pat 12 months, AUXO has purchased a few IT companies and is moving rapidly into Hospital Security with Electronic Medical Records. (This is the area Cerner has called them in for to help with a major NJ hospital group.)
AUXO is capitalizing on it major relationships and it would behoove CERN to take notice...quickly!
At a little over $1 per share and a strong balance sheet, they are ripe for a takeover.
If anybody has any thoughts, I would appreciate hearing them.
Perhaps I'm missing something.
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I think with a $13.3 BILLION BACKLOG, gross margin of 83% and operating margins of 24% that CERNER with do OK in the coming quarters. It will be interesting to see how the DOD contract affects their numbers in the future???
1. Buy Low & Sell High = Make lots of money and Be Happy!
2. Buy High & Sell Low = Dohhhhhhhhh!
Since CERN is relatively low right now, it would appear you are recommending strategy #2.