I don't know what you base that on, I think it performed quite well actually. It identified oversold conditions and a support area, and I even posted about positive divergences, and how at least a bounce was due. Sounds like it was very accurate to me.
If you mean DIFAL, she wasn't using TA. She was using SA-shortie's analysis.
I don't believe it works for OTCBB stocks, but that is a different story.
Ewave, frankly, during the 15% tumble last week you were saying that the TA looked bad. Typical message board psychic/stock guru crap. Oversold conditions are based on past sales decline volumes.
The VX950 success has not gained a lot of attention yet. If more people were privy to this, then you'd probably have a lot more buyers. Just how does a chart/TA account for this in your "oversold condition" statement?
Falling stocks on heavy volume never look good, it was just confirming the trend. Nothing moves the same way forever. I don't really see your point. I probably said it looked bad while it was falling, and it kept falling.....until it stopped.
All fundamental news known is factored in by those making buy/sell decisions. And, it ran from 8 to 44. I think 950 was a big factor in that.
Like I have told MM, nothing is perfect, and it takes some understanding of it to appreciate it.
"My conclusion is, that I don't think a final bottom has been seen, but it does appear to be a good candidate for a bounce or rally attempt". This is an example of all three example links you gave. You never came out with a set direction. It was like listening to a politician that doesn't want to be held accountable for a position. Hell, anyone can do your analysis, how's this? "VRTX has a great HEPC potential which could cause the stock to rise, but the lackluster 702 PR could make the stock drop". ALSO, VRTX might go up after the CITIgroup conference, and it might not"...who wants to subscribe to my newsletter?...
Something I have noticed in these message board groups is that if someone doesn't agree with a point of view, they are raked over the coals by one of their pals, then put on ignore. So basically you end up with two separate boards. This would make for a good Sociology experiment.