JCDA. It wasn't because you knew they would have great PR was it? I doubt that. I'll wager you bought based on their technology and customers at the time. The technology has not changed and they've increased customers (at least a bit) with the dept. of Interior contract. Remember the fundamentals and that despite what some economists might say, markets are NOT efficient. Otherwise, there would be no deals out there. We would all buy stock in companies that were worth that much at the time and all future gains would be based on future news which there is no way to predict. No, markets are not efficient and JCDA is not priced at what it should be. I don't even feel that people have noticed this stock yet and it has still gone up 100% or so. My point is, if you can afford to I think you should hold. Give it a chance. At the very least wait for the short term stochastics to turn up, peak and start coming back down before you sell. At least that would give you a higher price to unload at. Good luck, whatever your choice!
turns upward. But if the stochastic does not do anything then you should no that the momentum that has been building as of late is going to go bye-bye and the macd will go back under the centerline. I will wait for the stochastic though. But that will be that unless it does something for me to stay.
Technicals matter on well established trading patterns. JCDA hasn't been around long enough, so your results will meaningless since the data is inconsistent.
I think you place too much on news and charts, when you should be looking at the strength and fundamental growth potential of the company. If these guys continue to grow at 50% or greater, don't you think the financial community will take notice? Internet infrastructure, especially software is a focus point for next year.
A day will come (not that far off) when you'll ask yourself why you didn't buy more at 18, 19, 20. The charts and the news won't answer that question for you.
You just have to understand what you have invested in, and *why* it will be successful.
Lastly, bashing on Jacada's news department is ridiculous. Peddling a bunch of hyped up news articles isn't going to do much for JCDA, but getting a few of those big customers (GM) will. I'd rather they be good at making software than hyping the stock.