Mojo's forecast for today was largely on target. Although CLSN didn't hit the high $7s on the downside, it did hit $8. And it did rallly to a close of $8.19 within a couple of cents of the mid-point ($8.225) of Mojo's closing range of forecast of $8.15 - $8.30. Conclusion: a good albeit not perfect forecast. Buying early around $8 and holding to the close of $8.19 made an investor a good return.
The problem with the "GREAT" trade off $8 is everyone used all their money the day after Christmas to buy at $8.40 when you posted at the open that the stock would close at $9.23. Then when you posted a little later about data coming out after the close THAT day,everyone borrowed money and bought more at $8.30
Right - DMC was going to meet over Christmas and swap presents. Now you say they can't all get together till the 8th or whatever???
Now the four day lead time which any rube knows isn't going to happen. Seriously - you can't believe half the nonsense you put out do you? Is it just for attention or fun or to get everyone going ??? I know - it's just a MB
Six feet on the nose, same weight (165 lbs) as when I was a 26yr. old Naval Officer. Played 3 sets of tennis singles today, won them all 6-1, 7-5, 9#$%$ the sliced backhand that does the trick.
Bragging. You Bet !!!