I was about to but two new bashers on IGNORE but decided to keep them around for entertainment purposes. They seem to be running out of new nonsensical statements. Right now I see the same tired 3 or 4 ramblings on auto repeat. I guess teens have nothing better to do before school starts. I do miss the ones about how the company doesnt exist!
Notice the "regular" bashers suddenly got very quiet? I believe they slipped in around the 1.25 - 1.29 mark and once they sell their shares, watch out, their bashing starts all over again. It's an OLD game, but it works because of the weak shareholders.
Thanks. On the upside, if the stock breaks 2.00, (I know that's a big if, but indulge me here for a minute) and based on the fact that the shoes will be out next week (again assuming that they REALLY are in the stores for sale) and before any type of sales report or numbers related to sales are released, what could be a possible support level?
I know that's a long question. In short, If the stock does well, what would be a reasonble stock price, and/or possible support level??
Could be around $1 could be around .75 But then again, it may never test those again. There is a reason for the rally today, but I would guess it won't last. If it goes back to that 1.25 level and bounces, then you've got support
hey shoogashoat, unlike "pumpitrightnow", my expectations for SKNN is a lot lower that his lofty $10. And the obvious difference is that I never curse or use expletives on the Internet. That's just bad etiquette in my opinion. If you reduce the strange "mcdonalds", "monopoly money" remarks, people might actually respond in a more mature fashion. Hope to see less bashing and more discussions of verifiable FACTS and NEWS (positive and negative)!
No, they are quiet because they FARKed themselves by selling out yesterday at $1.25 trying to get back in at $1.00. I told them that SKNN had support at $1.25 (where I bought yesterday), but they did not listen. Now, they are deep in their thoughts trying to decide to buy now or wait until $2, $3, $10, etc...