So the bottom is $1.50' based on what? Your idiotic projection? Where do you get this number? Oh, and this stock price is based on the company making a profit? Gee, who would have thought stock price is tied to profitability? You are truly a prodigy. No wonder you see something in SWSH that nobody else can see.
You embarrass yourself on here, why?
in 2 hours this morning this stock has 630 TOTAL shares on the buy side. There is NO interest among anyone in this loser. Why do you people 'play' stocks like this. Ever since its inception years back I have followed this LOSER and declared it so then. Some acquaintances still bought it only to lose all the money they invested (spare a few dollars). This LOSER was built on a false premise just for a few to make a fortune. It didn't materialize. All the main players are gone now and reputations spoiled.
This LOSER is still 'hanging in there' but will someday (maybe very soon) be priced at $0.00 per share which is what it is worth. NOTHING! Good luck to you.
OK, as I've said earlier.timing a bottom is very difficult. The bottom was probably in the $1.50 range. This puppy depends entirely on management showing a profit. Confidence is completely lost by the shareholders, and rightly so. However, opportunity exists when hope is lost. Risk is called risk for a reason. You can lose your money, but if you get it right, you can make a boat load. a $10,000 investment could make you $100, 000.
This one is a flyer... either it's going to crash and burn or turn upward at the last moment, which may have already happened.
Multiple times I've thought this stock had found bottom, but been proven wrong by management. The stock price has now strengthened above the 50-day moving average, but I think we should avoid any optimism until it crosses the 200-day average.
Not only are the 4Q results late, but they're unimpressive. If this company reaches sustainable flight, it will be by the thinnest of margins. Weather in 1Q was awful, but fuel costs should be significantly lower. 2015 is the year. I can't imagine the board would approve an equity issue before management demonstrate they can run a profitable company. Meanwhile, the stock must remain above $1/share. Something this management team seems unconcerned about. We'll all know the outcome by 12-31.
Might as well waite until the grim reaper reaches a decision to live or die! No sense committing suicide on the chopping block!
FYI, the shareholders' meeting, the notice of which management will bury in the Proxy, should be held in Charlotte in early May. Shame on us shareholders if we do not attend and make our voices heard! I for one will examine the proxy very carefully. Why should we want to re-elect any board member at this POS?
Depends what you bought in at. I don't believe they are heading for bankruptcy though. If you bought in recently it may go up. However, very risky bet. management that can't make an earnings call is a big red flag. I'm in at $2. We'll see. Good luck to all.
Obviously this is spam. However, I am curious as to how anyone sees an upside to this company. Please tell me what the upside is to a company whose stock went from $10 to just 16-17 cents in less then four years. For those of you to dumb to know there was a 10 to one reverse stock split last year. A ten cent jump per share price is still the equivalent of just a penny. The true believers who bleed Swisher red are fewer and fewer now a days. But for the few Swisher cult members still out there: What the f.... do you see in this company? I don't get it. Clearly they are headed for bankruptcy.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
If you guys read this message board you can tell you are not very popular now or in the past. I am very surprise you have held your jobs. You have caused your shareholders a lot of money and frustration. If I was in your shoes I would Quit. Hope you do read this board. I could go on and on how you have mishandle the running of this company. I would be on top of the list on a class action suit. All in my opinion!!!!
Management can't even get the ball from the center to the QB. Pretty basic for a company with a CEO, COO, CAO, CFO, Chief General Counsel, and SVPs. And just 1375 employees