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  • cane_nation cane_nation Jan 14, 2013 3:11 PM Flag

    Any News ?????

    we're getting killed today. Can't find anything.

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    • It went up from USD 10.54 to USD 12.67 between 21.12.2012 and 10.01.2013. Now it is down from USD 12.67 to USD 11.66 between 10.01.2013 and 18.01.2013. What's the big deal?

      This is still more than 12% above the public offering of USD 10.34.

      Why do folks always get nervous when prices go down, but not when they go up?

      I expect DSCI to post the best ever quarterly revenues for Q4.2012 and the best ever annual revenues for 2012. With their sales force in place now, I can't see any other way for revenues than go up for 2013 and long-term into the future.

      I am wondering a bit what Motley Fool's agenda is on DSCI. First they post a "positive" comment on 14.01.2013, then a "negative" on 15.01.2013 (same guy who wrote a similar comment on 05.11.2012) and on 17.01.2013 a "positive" one again. Did someone miss the train and want to talk this down?

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      • People are nervous because, at least I believe, that many here are expecting a buy-out that should have happened by now but has not. I believe someone was interested in DSC127 but not the company. That is not Quicgley's plan, all or nothing.

        As far The Fool is concerned there are too many people writing for the Fool and no one seems to be in charge. That's why they are called The Fools. They have that stupid section where everyone who wants can rate a company and they go with the majority. My 3 year old grandson belongs to it. JMO

        Sentiment: Hold

    • Just for kicks I thought I would put a buy order in at $11.65, I can't believe I got most of it but I don't think I will get the rest.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Mostly down in past two hours, especially in the last hour. I've been looking for news, too. Looking over the charts, these drops are usually short lived.

 
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