Look at the blue arrows in the following chart, investors are heavy buying ...
Thank God you are providing some well-needed sanity to this wasteland of a board...and thanks for your willingness to share your insights.
I sold 20,000 shares at $2.85 (long ago) and remain long at present prices because I do not need to sell and believe this is still a $3 stock in the next 3 months...likely due to irrational exuberance...but likely nonetheless.
Where did I convey that this was a negative message about CMGI? I neither did that, nor did I pump because of the buy interest messages.
You guys are far too emotionally involved with this stock. Try and separate that from what is going on with this thread, i.e., I'm simply trying to provide some much-needed insight into reading I-Watch.
All you have to do is go back a couple of days and you'll see a day painted with similar sell interest messages. http://thomson.finance.lycos.com/lycos/iwatch/cgi-bin/iw_ticker?t=CMGI&range=7&m
There's also no guarantee that the buy/sell messages are institutions as such...they could be from very large retail swing traders. All we know is that the broker/dealer handling those shares is doing so through I-Watch's network.
Obviously buy interest is a postive.