I guess some people prefer to be wrong and ignorant because it feels better than to be accurate.
It's apparent which category you prefer.
The "HUN for Tanzanite jewelry trade" is notoriously a bad one, I hear! Better wait 'til you have something else to fund.
Next year's vaca, perhaps?
Looks like the Aprils are their now. When ever these options are used they seem to work better not going out more than two months.
Currently trading at 17.54, money flows warrant a closer look to a run higher. May be my last posted signal for awhile, so i felt i should tell you folks.
tradingexpert, i have admit with many of the others on this board you are lame. all you say is I bought low now selling high, oh acad is up today yep I sold high, oh acad is low today, yep I bought low. No one cares, you want to really bother people try something new. Now check out the ATRS board that is how you do it. Stop wasting your time and do something more productive.
the price likely will drop some- trading 8.30's after hours. thats due to 1)new shares that are going to be bought at maybe around 8.10 (?just a guess) from the spo. if the bank can flip those onto the market and make a quick buck say buy 30m shares at 8.10 and flip them the next day at 8.40= 9m profit overnight. easy money. my guess is anything over the spo price will be enough for the bank to start pushing the new shares into the market. and 2) like sonnenwayne said, dumb headline readers that dont understand nrf's business model. management already told you they have a new deal in place that this cash is obviously earmarked for, unless management are absolute idiots theve done the math behind the scenes- the numbers behind the deal are going to be positive for free cash flow/share (even accounting for the new shares). if it wasnt they obviously wouldnt do the deal. lazy folks will see the "dilution" headline and sell.
continued run up to ex-div tomorrow and continued short squeeze pre-div should help negate some of this.
if you are looking to buy common, i would watch tomorrows action closely. if it opens low and stays low- then wait, better value will be had buying shortly ex-div. if it opens low but starts moving, i'd buy then before it gets away back to todays levels. if it opens high then doesnt matter much either way.
18% global market share in 2008 -- $140/share
3% as of 2013
who are you going to steal that 15% from?
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