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  • daviscupper daviscupper Jul 26, 2011 11:26 AM Flag

    Start nibbling at shares in the 3.30s.

    You never know where the absolute bottom is going to be. My advise is to start nibbling when the pps is cheap.

    Keep in mind that Republicans are voting on their version of the debt-ceiling bill tomorrow. The Senate will follow with their version. A successful passage of the Republican bill followed by a successful vote in the Senate will be a major market catalyst.

    Don't let this crisis pass by without picking up some "cheap" shares. JMHO. Cheers and GLTA.

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    • Idiot pumper of crap.

    • I own a small corpfin consulting practice

    • College professor. And you?

    • Davis,

      What do you do for a living?

    • tradeskills,

      I think you are both right about the fall from 4.02 to about 3.40-3.50 per share. We just went up too fast.

      However, I think the this debt-ceiling is holding us back now. But hey, I could be totally off base here.

      I bought a bunch more at 3.35 and holding tight. After this debt-ceiling issue is resolved the market will start focusing on all the positive catalysts in the near term.

      I get the feeling we will be in the 4.00-5.00 range in a blink of an eye -- relatively speaking. JMHO. Cheers and GLTY.

    • Davis,

      I have to agree with Bro here. There are many stocks that have powered right through this bull$shit political standoff and are at 52 week and life-to-date highs - AAPL, LULU, GMCR, IBM, BIDU, WYNN just to name a few from an array of industries.

      This is 20% off its recent highs in short order.

      That cannot nearly be entirely attributable to the debt ceiling.

      There was some profit taking up near $4. There was some over exuberance over Simes remarks. Some technicals, some daytraders, some debt ceiling, some concerns about the larger loss combined with an extended timeline. Most of that is on BPAX, not the debt ceiling. IMO.

      Still holding big, just dont agree entirely with your thinking.

    • Davis,

      I have to agree with Bro here. There are many stocks that have powered right through this bull$shit political standoff and are at 52 week and life-to-date highs - AAPL, LULU, GMCR, IBM, BIDU, WYNN just to name a few from an array of industries.

      This is 20% off its recent highs in short order.

      That cannot nearly be entirely attributable to the debt ceiling.

      There was some profit taking up near $4. There was some over exuberance over Simes remarks. Some technicals, some daytraders, some debt ceiling, some concerns about the larger loss combined with an extended timeline. Most of that is on BPAX, not the debt ceiling. IMO.

      Still holding big, just dont agree entirely with your thinking.

    • Maybe, maybe not.

      In the meantime take advantage of the cheap shares. History indicates it won't stay cheap for long, especially with all the positive price catalysts in the very near future. GLTY.

    • i dunno Davis...I'm getting i'll watching this.....I hope your right

    • Had an old order out there for 3.36 that I didn't adjust after the ER.

      I think I'll place another order to add between here and 3 bucks given the chance.

      I'm likely to write calls against these shares next bump up. Then if we fall back I'll buy back those calls.


      I had been unable to get enough shares(at my price) to start writing calls until now.

 
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