FYI. Roughly 750K of shares are short right now.
That's about 70-80% of an average trading volume day for
PSUN. Based on that, I wouldn't count on much of a
kicker when those shorts begin to cover. Right now,
we'll just have to depend on good retail reports
just received an investor packet I ordered after
buying into PSUN a few weeks ago.
The -1.6% looks
like a fluke-this company has a strong record of month
after month of double digit ss increases. I like what I
bought and see PSUN producing a nice return to the
upside within the next few months-probably with next sss
I have bought into some good companies where the
crash was overdone and withing 6-8 weeks the stock was
nearing where it crashed from. For some this may be too
long to wait, but doubling your money in 6-8 weeks is
pretty awesome, for me anyway.
by opening a bunch of new stores, sales volume will go "up". However, SSS shows how the existing stores are already doing, which is easier information to compare and digest to older data.
Got this from the glossary at the Mr. Stock
A call option gives the owner the
right, but not the obligation, to buy the underlying
stock at a given price (the strike price) by a given
time (the expiration date). The owner of the call is
speculating that the underlying stock will go up in value,
hence, increasing the value of the option. The purpose
can be to speculate with the option (hope it goes up
and sell for a profit), to invest in the underlying
stock at a locked in price if the stock price goes high
enough, or to generate income. Each option contract
equals 100 shares of stock. For example, an AAA MAR 65
call, would give the owner the right to buy 100 shares
of AAA at $65 (strike price) per share between now
and the third Friday in March (expiration date).