in 10 institutional hands--out of 9 mil that is a lot, and makes it clear lots of the shorts are inst. holders. Also says 1.5 mil or so in mutual funds, which I take to NOT inculde the inst. holdings, which means we're only playing with about 1 mil. shares. By the way, no other stock I own has anywhere near that concentration in a few inst. players. Still long & will remain so--
for college, but you're never to old to learn. I haven't posted for two reasons, some posters are just getting too stupid and childish for even me to respond to(for those of you who know me that's pretty bad because i like to push the envelope on having childish fun). Number two, i'm traveling and there really isn't much new to say about pixr, we're making millions and millions of more earnings every day and this thing is heading up. I know you'll find this hard to believe but i really haven't had much to say lately. I'm about 90 % bought in and everybody knows this thing is going to go up big, it's just a matter of when, not if. Shorts are shitting bricks, because you can't short pixr anymore and toy story 2 is still putting up out of this world box office numbers. One positive upgrade or the slightlest little event will trigger this thing up, up ,up like a jet rocket. I still believe that pixr will meet or exceed 53 before the end of the year!
have a merry christmas and a great holiday all!
p.s. Watch toy story 2 over the christmas and new year's vacation, i have a feeling we are going to do even higher numbers than what the already high estimates are for toy story 2! All the school kids are going to drag their parents to the movie theatre and the adults are going to go back to see the new trailers. Mark my words, we still have millions and millions more earnings dollar$ $$$$$$ rolling in!
p.s.s. Merchandising revenue, toy story 2 revenue, and abl revenue are all still waiting to come in the pixr vault!! Captain i can't do anything this thing is going to blow!!!!!
Shares are not counted as part of the Float as they are > 5% owners. Still point taken that the tradeable shares are in very tight supply. I do not believe that you can "short" shares and at the same time have a long position. Can anyone clarify this?
Yes, you can short shares at the same time as holding a long position. It's called shorting against the box. It's often done when you want to lock in some gains on a volatile stock. If price goes up - hopefully you've shorted less than you own and you still make money on the additional shares. If price still goes up, instead of having to buy shares to cover your short position, you instruct your broker to use shares you already own to cover your position. If the share price goes down, you cover by buying at a lower price and still own all your long position to take part in future increases. Very useful strategy for a stock that has a hard time breaking well above $50 or below $35 - hence trading stock.
Thanks for the info on >5% ownership not counted in float; didn't know that. I also don't know if longs can short; I assumed they could, but don't play such games myself. If longs can't short, it becomes a puzzle how we can have 4 mil. shares shorted, as the puddle we're in ain't that deep.