I could care less if your long or short but how about less name calling adn more substantial reqasons to support your view?
Your answer is by calling someone a "STUPID IDIOT" doesn't that make you exactly that by failing to give an educated answer?
Some are planned and some are not.
It seems Mr Kriens wanted to take adavatge of his stock price. If it's so great why sell 500,000 (not planned) now? Is it because he pumped the stock during the conference call. It's ironic that JNPR is the only networking stock that pumped the future. If this is an isolated case his quarter would have been much better perfomance wise thatn the others.
This stock went up because of futures expectations from the CEO. So what does he do after that, he sells a half a milion shares at market.
Hahaha...you know why. So to point out their calls were wrong and they said yes I made a mistake. Nobody including you can call where a stock is going! NOBODY! Market will determine the direction of a stock.
and demand can turn at any time. And do you think this is pure "supply and demand " market?
It's not. There is manipulation, shorts, funds, houses, MM's and current events to consider. These all affect demand.
It was a segment where the guests answer for their wrong calls. The Morningstar guy said that JNPR had better growth than he expected and that there was more of an appetite for greed in the markets than he has gauged. That said, he continued if you had ignored him and made money last time, you should sell it now and pocket your gain.
Notable was that there was silence from all the other guests. Usually, if there is a different opinion, that person speaks up. That's the argumentative structure of the show. Nobody seemed to want to speak up for further JNPR upside at this level. There is also usually lots of contemptuous jokes about wrong calls, but that was lacking in this case too. The absolute quiet is what was interesting, as if nobody wanted to hype it nor did they want to burst the bubble.