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    CHEERLEADING BOARD OR BOARD TO SHARE INSIGHT?

    by bigtex987 Jul 22, 2014 2:53 PM

    So why have you written more than a dozen mric bashing articles in two months? One or two would have let you make your point.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    CHEERLEADING BOARD OR BOARD TO SHARE INSIGHT?

    by bigtex987 Jul 22, 2014 2:53 PM

    Was interested in the company, then saw the financials and decided to write about my opinion.
    What about you are you an insider, work for the company, or know someone who does? Why are you so bullish on a penny stock that is losing money, has financial risk, no institutional investors, and lacks implementation? The fact that there are so many cheerleaders on here has made me a good samaritan. If the stock price gets down to 5 cents and does not go into bankruptcy maybe I buy. I don't know. However, I am not going to sit here and cheerlead and tell everyone to hold on.

  • Reply to

    CHEERLEADING BOARD OR BOARD TO SHARE INSIGHT?

    by bigtex987 Jul 22, 2014 2:53 PM

    Clearly he's a good samaritan who has decided to ride in on his white horse and save all of us clueless investors from wasting our hard earned money. Every message board has a guy like him, much like everyone's backside has the annoying zit that just refuses to go away....

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    CHEERLEADING BOARD OR BOARD TO SHARE INSIGHT?

    by bigtex987 Jul 22, 2014 2:53 PM

    You forgot to answer my question. You have no position, so why are you here?

  • Reply to

    BACK TO UNDER 80 CENTS

    by bigtex987 Jul 18, 2014 1:58 PM

    Don't hurt yourself trying to pat your back. On June 2nd, with the stock @ $.81 you said, "A break below 80 cents (closing price) and we will be on the way..." Calling a a $.01 move? The stock then went to $.65, which you predicted it would go to $.60. From that point it promptly went up over 100% from your "great call".
    But your original post on June 2nd takes the cake...."I will short this dawg and cover at 12 cents or perhaps I won't have to cover if the company goes bankrupt. " How's that call working out for you? Another great call. But like anyone who's bearish on a company, we'll hear the proverbial doom and gloom followed by "just you wait and see" comments.... At least you're entertaining!!

  • Amazed that people hold a penny stock so dear. Are you guys pumping up the stock to dump it? I am just giving my thoughts, which seem to have been nearly right on.

    What would you prefer?----the stock is going to $2.50---hold tight

    The company has huge financing risk and is not being implemented much, period.

  • Reply to

    BACK TO UNDER 80 CENTS

    by bigtex987 Jul 18, 2014 1:58 PM

    Tex if you have nothing against the MRIC why have you posted more than a dozen negative articles since June?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    BACK TO UNDER 80 CENTS

    by bigtex987 Jul 18, 2014 1:58 PM

    You have no position, why are you here?

  • I called the stock breaking 80 cents. I thought it would go to around 60 cents (It hit 65 cents). Longs that bought at the low had a great trade on the news to $1.27 (Nice job!). Time to take profits, while you still have them or go short, as this stock is headed right back to below 80 cents. The 13D filed shows an individual owning 3.3MM shares. Not good for the stock price. Could you imagine where the stock would be without this owner (probably below 40 cents)? Please look at the fundamentals and financial risk this company has. Don't buy the story without doing your homework. If this technology was groundbreaking, the technology would be presented at a neurosurgery conference and would pretty much be mandated Standard of Care. The story is not new and the technology is not getting much traction. Further, it is unlikely that this company is getting bought out. If it ever did and the technology is implemented, that would be fantastic. I have nothing against the company or the tech. However, the company stock price is not going anywhere. There are so many fantastic companies out there, buyer beware!

    I do not have a position and do not intend on taking one anytime in the near future.

  • before we can move higher. 92,600 left for sale weighing on stock

  • Reply to

    Higher Bids / Lower Ask

    by engagementtaker Jul 16, 2014 9:14 AM

    I've had a nice run with IDTI and CPE of late, but not sure how much steam they have left. Also, LJPC looks interesting but haven't jumped in yet.... How about you?

  • Reply to

    Higher Bids / Lower Ask

    by engagementtaker Jul 16, 2014 9:14 AM

    what other "plays" are you looking at ?

  • Reply to

    Higher Bids / Lower Ask

    by engagementtaker Jul 16, 2014 9:14 AM

    I agree with your comments... Like you said, from .67 cent to $1.28 it was obvious some folks would cash out and run... People that saw a quick profit and bailed out... I believe there is one or possible a small group of day traders that saw a pump and dump and now they're hopefully gone. Furthermore, I agree with enough
    patience, this baby will eventually be bought out from one of the big boys out there. For now, my plan is to continue to add more on dips and wait for our ship to come in. Hopefully, you will be able to sail off into the sunset with you retirement if we all hang tight. The next round of earnings should also bring some positive momentum going forward.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • I too am heavily invested in this - my retirement date hangs on it getting bought out. With the low volume the MM has to make money and gets greedy about supporting the price. Recall that one day the low was recorded as .67 when the price was 20+ cents higher. This action shakes out the weak hands that do not really follow the stock. They took a hunch and bailed or have a small profit and dumped. This hurts the upward chart of the stock. I am trying to find out which shareholder or fund sold a ton of shares that started the slide - any thoughts? I still think Siemens or GE will not let this get away from them - having the same equipment in the same room. Major movement may only come with earnings or a new use for the procedure. Hang in there - I want to TRADE half of my shares but am afraid that i wll miss THE BIG ONE !

  • Although, I understand your email on this topic, I am heavily invested in the company and therefore, I've been watching the Bid and Ask price action closely. That said, Every time I see this happen, it's certainly not for a second or two as you say. Take yesterday, the current stock price was at $1.13. For over 15 minutes the Ask price was $1.12 / 4250 and the Bid price was at $1.06 / 100. How can one possibly justify dropping the stock price down to $1.06 from $1.13 with only 100 shares to sell? This is about a 6% drop from the current share price for only 100 shares.

    As I expected, someone sold 100 shares and drove it down to $1.06. I can easily understand a one or two point spread between the bid and ask, but .07 cents, no way!

    Thoughts / Comments?

  • Reply to

    200 shares

    by suzysaucon Jul 11, 2014 1:43 PM

    That is what it appears. Looks like many purchasers at 1.10 and below and few if any sellers. We are headed higher. Likely that sales have recovered and moving up.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Please confirm that only 200 shares have been traded.

  • It's a phenomenon most frustrating to traders known as locked and crossed markets, where, for a brief moment, perhaps only one second, quote screens flicker, signifying that a trade cannot occur.

    A locked market occurs when the bid, or price to buy, say $20, is the same as the offer to sell at $20, thus a trade cannot take place because there is no spread. However, under most circumstances, internal rules and algorithms auto-execute such trades to avoid locking the markets. But across unlinked systems, such as ADF and SuperMontage, locks occur when matching bids and offers can't interact.

    Typically, a crossed market occurs when the bid is higher than the offer - say the best bid in the National Market System is $50, and the best offer is at $45. Again, most trading venues have internal safeguards that ensure crossed markets can't happen, but across markets they can and do occur.

  • Reply to

    TA

    by hoffner518 Jul 7, 2014 12:45 PM

    Textbook move. Hope it finds support at 0.96. I will get back in after confirmation.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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