Just kidding Jo. I actually went long at 63.10 this morning. Don't you hate it when someone won't shut up about their good luck? I had to tell you and pep you up, so you know not everyone has bad luck with QCOR. Some people got up and shorted today, some went long and others already lost huge sums on QCOR, if not everything and are resigned to strangely fooling themselves that they are controlling the price of QCOR through psy-ops on a Yahoo message board.
Yeah he used to do it right after he shorted, but he got burned to a crisp too many times during the day followed by derision all day. Posting his shorts as he went really exposed his lying because when he finally got a win there were so many others trades that were so far underwater his bragging was ludicrous if not downright goonish. But he's improving, he's learned not to make himself look as silly. Funny guy. A bit redundant.
So what's happening here today, you trader-types? Are the shorts who manipulated the darn thing down last week, with silly rumors, now covering in clumps?
It's nice to see the old Portfolio Summary going up, but I'm very conflicted. I rather wanted the bad-boys to do their thing with OpEx all week, then I would get a steal on the Nov options that come out next Monday. I think it's setting up almost as well as the Aug trade in early July was, ie. "knowing" earnings were going to "surprise" to the upside. (But not if we rush back into the 70s this week).
It should be up and down before earnings knowing that a catalyst has to move it? If the RSI hits below 30 (1 yr), Forbes will probably put out an oversold, that is worth a big buy type plunge. A catalyst or market collapse are the two things I see moving it big before earnings.
Honestly. Everytime this thing seems to break "resisitence" on either side, it seems to swing the other way. QCOR does not play by your rules, you should know that if you have followed this stock for any length of time.
Please explain why this P/E should be even lower than it already is compared to industry based on company's track record and additional indications and expansion plans already in process? I am serious. I would like to know your thoughts.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I find it funny that someone gave me a thumbs down, likely just because my opinion doesn't agree with theirs...which is apparently that this stock is going straight up to infinity.
Unfortunately, the market doesn't care for your opinions, and hope is not a strategy.
QCOR at $65.52 as of writing. Expecting a fade for the remainder of the day.
Absent a positive catalyst or a LOT of volume moving into the stock, it is highly unlikely this will push above $66 before earnings.
I'm convinced that the big shorty has a special ops team dedicated to fleecing longs by massive waterfal " market sell at the bid " orders. You're not paranoid when they really are out to get you...right? Bwahahahaha