The maggot keeps referring to a post I made
concerning brokers recommending this stock. Here is that
Despite the efforts of 80% of this board the stock is not
going south. Many brokers have a buy or hold on this
stock - check for yourselfs.
The post is #3116
and was posted on 3/6/2000. The stock closed that day
@ $6.75. There were individual brokers with a buy
or hold on this stock at that time. Later that same
day in post 3121 I admitted these were not published
recommendations. Here is that post:
Didn't say these were
published recommendations and if that is the criteria you
are imposing then you are correct. But as I said,
check for yourself - call your broker and see what he
has to say about the stock. Talk about misleading
investors you obviously are short the stock so why don't
you come out and admit it. As for myself I am long
and will stay that way until I see something besides
your posts that tells me I should sell.
the normal case with this sick asshole, he only tells
you what he wants you to hear by distortions or
taking things out of context and twisting them to make
his case. But not to worry he will soon be riding off
into the sunset in one of those black suburbans with
GSA plates and we won't have to put up with his shit
In case you haven't noticed, in net terms, this
stock hasn't done anything in 5 years. Since its peak @
11.25 in July of 96 it has spiraled downward for 3 and
half years. One is tempted to deduce that your
breaking news would be priced in to the stock by now, ne
Late last year, all of a sudden, out of nowhere,
trading volume picks up. And the stock spikes up. Mo-mo
movement? Maybe? Maybe not. Perhaps not all is as
transparent as one might think.
I've pasted all the
sessions since the first trading day of 1995 where this
stock traded more than 1 million shares. You'll note
that of the 13 occasions, 10 of them have occured
within the last six months. There is only one instance
when the stock did not close higher. Draw your own
conclusions and tell me what you think.
speculationg that the long term trend has been broken. The
moving averages would support this. I'm also guessing
that the people selling are those that have been in
this stock within the last 5 years and see this as an
opportunity to get out. We shall see...
Date | Open |
Close | Volume | close price|
1-Mar-00 | 6.75 |
6.9688 | 1379700 | higher
29-Feb-00 | 5.9375|6.5 |
1010000 | higher
15-Feb-00 | 4.875 | 5.875 | 1014300 |
11-Feb-00 | 4.625 | 4.9062| 1331000 | higher
3.25 | 3.625 | 1068900 | higher
14-Dec-99 | 2.4219|
2.875 | 2056200 | higher
2-Dec-99 | 3.6562| 2.9375 |
2172700 | lower
1-Dec-99 | 3.25 |3.5 | 14125300 |
30-Nov-99 | 1.0312| 2.7188 | 5555300 | higher
| 3.25 | 3.25 | 1001400 | lower
7.625| 7.875 | 1213900 | higher
5-Dec-95 | 5.125|
5.125 | 1005600 | lower
How ironic was it that Games_girl's last whinny
post kick off 5 interrupted spam messages.
for the trademark, I think equlzr2000's post was
incomplete. The question is if DWCH does not own it, then who
does. This can be established by pulling up the patent
and identifying the
Unfortunately, I was unable to locate it.
Datawatch does not own it, then what terms were they
granted, exclusive rights to license, etc.
Read the bottom of the lastest news
"Monarch is a trademark of Datawatch Corporation. All
other trademarks are the properties of their respective
SUDDEN SHOCK TO SHAREHOLDERS COMES AS
"Mar 31, 2000 Edgar Filings
WASHINGTON (CBS.MW) --
Shares of Drkoop.com tumbled more than 40 percent Friday
after the online health network said in its annual
report filed with the SEC that independent auditors are
questioning its ability to continue operating.
closed down 2 9/16 at 3 11/16 on Friday.
received a report from our independent auditors for our
fiscal year ended December 31, 1999, containing an
explanatory paragraph that describes the uncertainty as to
our ability to continue as a going concern due to our
historical negative cash flow and because, as of the date
they rendered their opinion, we did not have access to
sufficient committed capital to meet our projected operating
needs for at least the next twelve months," the company
(KOOP: news, msgs) said in the 10K filing."
For the last eleven quarters Datawatch
had negative cash flow.
model does not allow it to have positive cash
For every sales dollar that comes in 100 cents are
paid out as salaries, OEM commissions and rent.
Then company has to borrow another 6 cents to pay
what happens to a
company who has a losing business model and continuous
negative cash flow?
see next post.
Was it just an oversight on your part that the
message you were quoting (#3116) had a title of "Short
Squeeze is Comming." Just as a reminder, you posted that
message on 3/6/00 when DWCH had topped out.
then, this dogshit of a stock has retreated by 50%.
So, fuckface, maybe the only squeeze going on is the
one between your ears.
God, I love this job!