Why do people think this company is going
bankrupt? Has company actually lost money overall (not
stock price but earnings)? It's a shame that the street
is hammering it so bad but you have to look at why.
Are the problems temporary or permanent? Anyone with
a one week time frame will usually loose out and
sell if they didn't make 50% in a week's time. Don't
know many day traders who are rich, most lose their
butts. Big money buys on panic and holds forever. Now is
the absolute worse time to sell. Has anyone noticed
that for the last half hour most of the trades are on
the ask side? Or is it just moving to
Lord give me patience, but please hurry up!!!!
I do not believe rad is in this bad of
First of all even if the lawsuit of $100,000
awarded this is small compared to the market cap of
billion dollars. I believe some directors are
this stock selling high and buying back
Just look back 3 weeks when the buy out was
to be happening and the stock went up over $22
Who sold their shares at $22.
Now we are told
that a lawsuit could cause $100,000
to be paid out.
This lawsuit is being taken way
out of place just
like the buy out was. I wonder
who is now buying
back shares they sold at $22.
I am buying 14000
shares to place with the 10,000 shares
I already own.
We might as well start playing along
game play. Stock will be back in upper
Just wait until Monday next week and
announcement will reveil the true condition
of RAD when the
directors have purchased all the shares
they wanted at