belies their optimism to broad public.
INSIDERs SOLD more than $48 million worth of MHS from November 2009 to May 2010.
Why would they do this so unanimously and still try to talk up their stock by promising
shareholders buy-back programs and 17%-21% growth. The TigerSoft Insider Chart shows massive dumping
by insiders, institutions and professionals.
What bad news did management keep to itself while they dump shares on the naive public? If you know, contact us. Be a whistleblower! Read how you can become an SEC bounty hunter. Help balance the playing field for all investors.
AND what have they been doing since MAY? AND what has the company been doing vis a vis share buyback since May? ....Nice little news to pay attention to before MAY. NOW totally a contra indicator.
Can you feel the squeeze? We're up half a buck today already!
Like I said, the smart shorts covered during the down market at 10:00.
MHS could easily be up $1.35 by the end of the day.
Where did you go to short school?
Didn't you wish you had massively sold between November 2009 and May 2010?
I went 100% cash on April 9, the market was unrealistically high.
I like MHS a lot, almost pulled the trigger yesterday when it bottomed around 44.20. Only thing that keeps me out is the feeling like a lot of other people, that the game is no longer 80% rigged, it's 150% rigged.
Hey Titonman, why all the graphics? I am waiting for you to explain why you're convinced that MHS is going down.........to as low as 30. What do you know (or do you know?) that no one else on this board seems to know. A graphic reply will just indicate your lack of any substantial knowledge on this stock. Grow up and explain yourself..........we await anxiously.
"Fears are relentless but the executives are buying stock like its going out of style. Nearly $500M in July alone." - see Seeking Alpha article below:
most sales were in the upper 50's and lower 60's
I'd sell there as well so it's no surprise to me.
Selling there has little to do with MHS at 45. What is more important to me is why we haven't seen buying down here? Maybe we will?
The selling was by everyone in management. This is unusual. There is bad news coming. Maybe political.
But management is holding back the bad news that made them sell. The SEC is toothless unless there is a whistle-lblower that gives them a perfect case to easily making. They investigate nothing on their own. Useless. We would be better served to let insiders do whatever they want. Then the public would know how crooked things really are and be more careful. TigerSOft Insider trading chart looks like buyers are just weak public that thinks prices are "cheap". Not a good sign.