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OraSure Technologies, Inc. Message Board

  • liqtrader liqtrader May 8, 2013 10:04 AM Flag

    Nobody is interested in this stock

    What is it going to take. Earnings are out later today and still no volume just selling. This company is worthless.

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    • this is actually a good sign. I was more concerned about insiders giving us fake spikes, which we have seen a few times. This looks to be true accumulation; we will see how it performs at 3 pm (better indication for leakage of infos).

    • well, I just added a few more thousand shares. From the wisdom of Warren Buffet, "buy good company or products when they are taken hits". This is an awesome product that will help humanity and sell on its own, just a matter of time. We don't really need manaagement for this.

      • 1 Reply to kevinvests
      • I'm significantly long too. Thematically I like the stock but management's execution is a bit troubling. On what basis are you taking a few more thousand? What's your edge on this stock? Last I checked total volume was under 50,000 so you are saying you are smarter than the rest of the market? Where's your information from? I mean if you have strong information then I would say you are following a Buffet principle. Otherwise, averaging down each time mamagement lays a fart egg isn't a good way to invest your money.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • In order for management to start performing, it seems goons have to show up with clubs and bricks to incentivize them. They are already grossly ovecompensated (destroyer of value instead of creating it so that has not been the answer. I'm kidding about goons but really this is one frustrating stock.

 
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