All computer generated #$%$ from that site and their silly price targets that nobody pays attention to. Less
I got news for you Millions pay attention to them that's how they make their money and I would pay triple what I pay them for the information they provide. They have the best stock screens never ! No they are not right all the time but NOBODY is. The Question is who is right the most and they back it up with money if you fail to make money on their ratings. The rules for that are printed on their site.
You are so right,however I like the strength of SWHC .1 month till earnings and guidance.$13 is a very big mountain to climb.
They woke up from what? They do a half arrss job of telling you what a stock has already done. They are swinging at the ball after the catcher has thrown it back to the pitcher. If a stock is in a steady up or down trend, their service seems to works. If a stock is at all cyclical as SWHC has been, Zacks will burn you extra crispy. Problem is, you'll only find out after the fact whether the stock stayed in trend or was cyclical. I've got a coin that's just as effective. It's pretty much just a momentum computer run algorithm with a little fundamental color commentary added most of which is just pulled out of the newspaper. With regard to SWHC, Zacks has proved to be a reliable contrary indicator.
To be honest with you, I had to re-read your two posts over because when I got to the part "I would pay triple for the information they provide", I figured I must have misread something you were saying earlier. But no, you pretty much have said they have been going the wrong way on SWHC, doesn't sound like you like (nor should you) their advice on your oil stocks, and for all that you'd be happy to pay them triple. The one thing that is clear to me is that Zacks is doing a heck of a job convincing subscribers to set the bar really low. They should probably increase their sub fees too. ;-)
They are also running an ad on CNBC to get a book revealing their "trade secrets" free to the first 250 people to call in.(seriously) I was waiting for a pitch on bonus diet pills to lose those unwanted pounds while eating everything and have young chicks hanging on each arm too.... Btw, If things hold their historic pattern, when they move to a strong buy #1, it will once again be the kiss of death for SWHC...
Who cares?? Nobody takes them seriously but themselves. I especially hate when they move their price targets on a $70 stock by 30 or 40 cents. Annoys the heck out of me. I can't believe people actually subscribe to their service.
When you ask on Yahoo boards the usual answers are something to the effect, "Market Makers are shaking it up so they can increase their positions" , "Shorts are pushing it down to cover" or my favorite "TIMBERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!" The reality is no one reading this drivel knows a thing.
Gee, why so much cash?
Bill Ackman appears set to take it relatively easy for a few months after a slew of activist investments produced knockout performance in 2014.
Ackman's hedge fund firm, Pershing Square Capital Management, has far less than 10 percent of its $18.2 billion in free cash—under the amount usually needed to mount a fresh campaign, according to a dinner presentation for investors Jan. 29. The specific amount is about $500 million, according to The New York Post.
Pershing Square historically keeps 13.6 percent of its assets in cash, which can be used to fund new investments or give money to clients who want out, according to the presentation.
Market is up but SWHC down and I could not see reason.
I have held SWHC for over 6 years and this stock never gets any LOVE ! Out of the 30 some stocks I hold, this one has the highest short ratio of any of them, think it's 11.7, and that will enter into the trading patterns day to day. What you see is not always what you get that day. SWHC will be just fine , just don't do what the shorts, hedge funds, and market makers WANT YOU TO DO ! Stay true to your plan and never trade on emotion !
Olin just reported...not so good....Whichester division: ammo sales not so good....maybe a 2nd derivative of that. People buying less ammo are buyin less guns too? It's not like it's a huge decline in SWHC.... It may be nothing.