Post 6773 lists an opening purchase at 84 of
66,600. A little later noticed 25,000 shares at 85+or-.
Are these always a single buyer or can trade buys of
more then one buyer come through lumped together? For
a company this size these are large buys. Any way
they could in fact be sells if ticker doesn't say ask?
Thanks for the help.
Post the truth and I'll quite calling you a liar.
Real simple. I don't hype the stock cause I'll let the
fundementals do the talking and I don't post negatives here
because the stock will cycle with the market on its own.
Real simple. These boards are to facilitate
communication between investors. Real simple, so stop lying.
What, do you have a corner on the honesty market.
I personally think you are a dork. You don't know
squat about the market. Your idea of hard analsis is
calling everyone a "liar". Today, you will pay. You will
not be taken prisoner. You will be summarily ...
You boys need to undestand the psychology of the
market. You need to zig as well as zag. One cannot have a
one-track mind. You need to bend like a straw in the wind.
Time to move on to other stocks, homeboys.
Forget Bud Fox & Java, the average daily volume
on SWS indicates that we are now the pawns. When we
were 400,000 shares and under, we could flex our
muscle. Since most of us are not day-trading SWS, the
large volume is from the big guns. Bud and Java have no
control over SWS except on this board. Ignore the shorts,
they will go the way of, (who were those brothers in
the 80's who shorted everything?). I'll keep a
healthy position in SWS but I've already made a move into
JWG. There we can still flex and stretch!
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