trying to hold this for shares? A little ask hits and they get burned. Longs can hurt them too, by changing the technicals.
But you arent running up because many longs sit still, while they don't.
20% hold on purpose. They need shares. Stops of 20% or less have triggered. Now they wait.
Impressive, vague and interesting. I need to learn how to read the different charts. Got a real charge out of you explaining that. I like numbers and charts.
Good investing to everyone.
Stalag, could you explain briefly, what that means, or what we should be looking for? And what are good things to look for going forward based on these numbers. Im not a pro at this stuff, so just a brief explanation to what were looking at, and what we want to see, and what it means. Thanks for any of your time, if you answer my questions.
david, you raised an interesting point the other day regarding "another" audit once the Chinese companies have been merged with our own.
Aren't they forming a Chinese company that would essentially function as a wholly owned subsidiary?
Meaning, that BMGP's current audit (wherever it is in the land of OZ) would still be valid, solely pertaining to the business of BMGP; excepting the chinese aquisitions.
I'm wondering how useful the current audit would be anyways, with the exception that at least we'd be 'fully reporting' and could begin the laborious filing process with the SEC for uplisting.
I'm also intrigued by your statement of "AMEX"....
you can thank me for raising the price today. i made an experiment, i put small lots for sale at 0.16, 0.165 and 0.185.
i hate the fact that i had to loose some of my shares, but the bid did definitely move up with each sale.
the bid moves too fast for a human so i think that the bid is moving by a cpu program.
now we know how to move the price too. not happy about those shares still tho, but i will be buying on all dips