I like who owns this stock. Not sure why Janus
When ITXC crashed i got out in reasonable time and
bought CLRN at 48.25 and few days ago averaged down with
more at 33+. Average $40.
I don't understand how 8
million shares traded today when the float is only 9
million. I have a sell order at $100 so the MM's did not
get my shares.
Another stock i like is QNTS with
big players involved. Janus, Lucent & SEBL and with
massive sell off recently.
Will jump back into ITXC at
16 to 18.
Yesterday was a good day to get in. I like it in
the low 30's (who wouldn't today?). If you don't
mind, what did ya get it for. I thought long and hard
about pulling the trigger today but just couldn't do
it. I do really like them though, but not as much as
you know who.
to rub it in, but 3-4 days is not enough time to
One thing that is positive, at least the market
is showing a willingness to get the stock back to
the mid-high 20's which is good. I thought it would
take longer but that is the nature of a volatile
not sure why you'd be offended. i know your
opinion on vocl and noach and i didn't think it was
necessary to talk about them here. i own vocl. i was just
responding to your question. i see no harm in
sorry you were offended. there was no harm intended and
no sarcasm meant.
I am a little offended by your response. I think
that the exchange of information on these boards is
I am glad that you were able to make a nice profit
on your VOCL. I bag to differ on your opinion of
that company and its CEO, and I assure you I do not
want to drag it to this board. It is your post that I
responded to, that mentioned VOCL in one breath with ITXC.
That triggered my note to you.
exchanging ideas and information; do you know anything at
all about MMTI ?
Looking forward to hearing from
I am sorry to answer your question a couple of
day later, but I think that the trend now is clearer
and the chances of trading @ 16-20 are smaller then
what you have anticipated. I hope the upward movement
will continue, and I think you should get in before it
will look "too expensive all of a sudden".
There is no asset inflation but explosion of
productivity powered by new technology. You should learn a
little bit from the old Greenspan who starts slowly to
understand the old economic theory is no more apt to explain