News is coming and being short through the weekend could
be very costly to short sellers who hold through the weekend. News before open Monday real possibility.
Strength at Thursday's close was a signal for this move. Stock will trade gradually up throughout the day then run over $3 during last hour.
Sorry BW, I kinda included you though since were one in the same and anyways after a few beers I do often forget a few of the greats, so I must include SRT and I would have mentioned the Bear but it wasn't night yet! Gotta go check the steaks on the grill before they burn and get another cold one.... I'll check back later to see if the vodka and beer we are drinking gets out of hand!! LOL!
Yeah b4 dint worry about not mentioning bear at night, and srt, and ME!!!! Lol the vodka in me has got my attention or I need attention or setting like that
Heck I'd Like to apologize in advance for whatever I may type tonight. :)
watch and learn my friend
watch and learn
I would have to agree with you. Clock is ticking and even though they are playing with fire manipulating the stock during trading hours, they also know that they can limit their losses somewhat if they are right on top of it and cover immediately on the news.But most of the news pertaining to halts or other great news usually comes out before the market opens, and a large percentage of that news follows the weekend opening on mondays. So not being in over the weekend, or even worse being short could be very expensive, and they probably aren't stupid enough to do that. If news on moday excpect atleast a double immediately then trading to around $8.00 just on the first day.
My sources on both the Buy side and the Sell side of Wall
Street may exceed those of this entire Board.I had 23
analysts working for me. Among my successes were 19 cent
Compaq held through par for a 500X+ gain and 25 cent
Microsoft. Among my very closest friends in the healthcare
industry are the 13 year President of NYC's Mt. Sinai
Hospital and the Founder of Genzyme. I ran a 55 person
Department for UBS. Satisfied?