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Rambus Inc. Message Board

  • i2mcgrath i2mcgrath Nov 25, 2006 7:21 AM Flag


    It was retail traders moving this up (casino style), not institutions. Could be hedgies gambling. But institutions were selling heavy.

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    • to: i2ncgrath and ai2s

      How did you interpret these charts. You must be getting advice from my dog Anthony. He is also stupid and always shorting RMBS. He lost his tail and never listen to me to go long.

    • The charts that you speak of reflect big block vs small block which is NOT an indicator of institutional buying or selling as they think it is. More often the big blocks can be attached to institutions. however this is a half day trading session and to get aboard or to increase shares institutions are not going to buy in big blocks but disguise their buys in small orders. The old michael douglas movie(cant remember name) is a typical example of keeping the price down while you add shares with small orders. Anyways brokerage houses can bundle small orders into large block orders....please do not underestimate the mm's in their pursuit of wealth main thing you need to focus on is pps went up on large volume on a bad NAZ day....a good thing for those of us in the know!! Kamakazi

    • Yorba please look at the graphs.
      i2mcgrath is simply restating what the charts indicate.
      Especially look at Friday. You will see the chart indicates most trades on the sell side.

      The pied piper (check recent news) actually stated that the institutions were buying Friday. The chart proves him wrong.

      So the pied piper is either a liar, a bumbling fool, or he is pumping and making himself rich.

      Wise men are not lemmings.

      You can choose to be blind to reality if you like.

      Many on this board use charts to reinforce their opinion (long and short). And that should be OK.

      Do you understand the concept of free speech?

      • 1 Reply to ai2s
      • I don't see where you're coming up w/ most trades on the sell side. When the stock initially spiked, and then when it traded through 23.05 later, on to newer highs, I see the largest volume spikes on those moves upward. There were blocks of almost 380,000 shares that were traded on those moves upward (look at a 1 day, 3min chart). If anything, I'd have to say that those blocks moved the stock upward, and they were most likely institutional. Just a hair too big for some slacker home-gamer.

    • You are such a sleeze you shortie liar! Rambus is heading up as the lawsuits and option situations are near being resolved somewhat at leeast in Rambus' favor.

      So you are trying to bail out your stupid short position by scaring the good people who own or work at Rambus? Bad try Shortie. Go eat your dog food or go to the Salvation Army or whatever really poor people do for the holidays as you will be really, really poor if you keep up this short sell RAMBUS nonsense.

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