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  • reality90210 reality90210 Sep 9, 2013 10:04 AM Flag

    inflection point?

    Just look at the volume today. Hardly any for the last 30 minutes.. unless there's a macro reason, this to me means no one is willing to part with their shares. if I were a short I'd cover as at this point; the rocket fuse is lit. Question is are the shorts daring to get scalped? Right now I see high sixties within the next month.

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    • LMAO, Raisin-Nuts lost his crusty shorts again...... Some people never learn. With the two best quarters hitting us fast I guess you could say it's going to get very UGGLY for the shorts this fall and winter.

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      • shall I give him a bit of help? I still feel bad for the idiot as my goal is not to laugh at people's follies and I don't even mind if the dumb bum actually makes a little bit of cash.
        Hey Raisin-Nut - inflection point- An inflection point is a point on a curve at which the sign of the curvature (i.e., the concavity) changes. Google it on Wolfram Mathworld and you will understand what I am talking about. A little tip from the DECK message board!

    • Reality, it has been like this for the last 11 months since the bottom.

      Goldman bought in the low 30's, they owned almost 11% of the company. They are now at 6% as they clearly took some profit in the 50's.

      But FMR has bought up 7% of the stock in the last 6 months and they usually buy up to 15% of small caps when they make a position.

      Couple that with the 10M stupid shorts who are DEAD!

      Insiders HOLDING EVERYTHING and barely making 2 transactions in 2 years.

      The shorts are asking for it and WILL have to cover at much higher price. Company likely going to be buying back stock over the next 4 months(cross my fingers).

      ITs lights out time. TKO baby. We waited patiently. Plus technicals on our side.

      Z

 
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