Is this more evidence of manipulation in run to buy company?
Another day of high volume and upward pricing. However, will this also be followed by low volume days with large price drops as we've witnessed repeatedly of late? Is GE getting ready to "set the table" for a cheap feast of/on ARCI shareholders? Run the price up by high volume, dump small 100-200 share trades at plunging prices, repeat. Kind of like the instructions on a shampoo bottle--lather, rinse, repeat. Time to throw a monkey wrench into their game and stop the price drops. Force them to show their hand and make an honest offer.
Now that's really funny. Only a couple minutes after I posted my challenge to iknow...someone dumps a mere pittance of shares (700 to be exact) a full 3% below the prior trade. Hey! Anybody suppose they're trying to trigger someone's stop loss? Most have it pegged at 5% as a trailing stop. And there are those on this board who apparently think nobody is trying to manipulate the prices for their personal gain--without being caught. Hah!
200 shares? Really? You think I only hold 200 shares? Perhaps you think I'm a newbie? For your information I've held ARCI for over a decade, continuously. The mere fact you think I only hold 200 shares tells all just how little you know.
Really? A thumbs down? Without comment no less. Hmm. Does this mean there's a clod on this board? Someone actually working on behalf of the manipulators who are setting the company (and its shareholders) up for a cheap takeover?
How about you identify yourself? Get some spine, why don't you?