I gotta tell you Squirter, I do feel somewhat stupid for buying my first tranche of this shyt at 11.20. Bad call, no doubt. But here we are 1.00 lower and I've got to decide where my next buy point is. I like your 8.50 target and feel that it is well within the realm of reason. My girlfriend doesn't really care how much of her money I spend, she trusts me, but I don't want to ruin a near stellar track record. As you may or may not know, I left around 20% of my profits on the table when CLSN did it's death dive last month. Too bad for sure, but not the end of our world. I'll be honest with you, my world begins and ends with her. Im twice her age yet she adores me and I don't want to screw that up. So, the question remains, I know there is a point at which I will double down on this stock, but where? 10.30 where we are right now? or hold out and wait for 8.50? Will we really get there? Or will it go significantly lower as we hit the many bumps and hurdles this kind of stock is destined to? Your opinion, despite your ID is most welcome here.It's truly a breath of fresh air to see some intelligent thought here as opposed to our usual pumptard clowns and trolls. LOL! - HEY but it's all GOOD. IT's a BEAUTIFUL DAY AND LIFE IS GOOD!
No way on earth its going to $8.50 when the companies biggest catalyst in the companies history is one month around the corner...after 6 years. I use stock consultant on Nasdaq, it is always technically accurate when it comes to charts. It's strongly favors the long trade, technically speaking. But what it does not account for is the catalyst. I would favor a long trade at these levels