all this because nasdaq compliance? who really thought nvda--or any of the other well-known naz stocks with backdating issues--would be delisted? silly reaction. and other reason is a cramer pump? just silly boys and girls.
Hehe...somebody was buying and somebody was selling. No reason to tell it any differently. If somebody was buying 3m shares, they would have been doing it at the top of the spread, but 3m shares traded at the low end of the spread, driving the price down. Make no mistake about the direction of the market orders. There was a lot of selling activity going on. People are afraid of this stock.
I know the options issue or any kind of issue with lots of uncertainty attached can create a huge short-term supply of shares, but there is no way this has anything to do with compliance. It's like graduating from highschool; everybody does it. Being back in good standing with Naz is nothing to clap about. What's going on? I'll tell you.
R600 bumped to Feb according to Inquirer NVDA traders are fucking stupid NVDA doesn't know when to quit So hedge fundies can sell off loads of calls at $40
I don't know what you're confused about. What won't nVidiots pay for this stock?
No steam left. Paying for next year's earnings that won't even happen. I'm trying to figure out when they will see the writing on the wall, but the only major events coming up are competition from AMD in the form of a new mobile chipset this month with integrated graphics that trumps MS and NVDA and the R600 boards.
How about some $45!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Only question is...who's actually going to buy it at $45? No takers?
What's going on is that the stock closely tracked the market for the second day in a row. This means that any breaking news specifically related to this company--be it pending antitrust litigation or a return to compliance--is viewed by the market as insignificant. This isn't even remotely difficult to figure out.
When the stock tracks the market downward, you'll jump on the meanest, most insignificant scrap of negative news like it's prime fucking rib on your table. When the stock tracks the market upward, the best thing you can come up with is to call the investors idiots. You're so full of shit at this point it's beginning to drip out your ears.