Suda traded down on tiny volume of 75,000 shares, after trading over 1 million shares the day before.
Now Nvdl down, and a seller on the ask. What does this all mean? No deal? Bad deal.
Look, Nvdl management should be trying to sell the whole company, not pieces for a good price, and not to some obscure penny stock company from Australia.
70,000 shares means only 1,173 dollars worth of shares for sale.
What is your stupid point?
Lowlife acts like somebody selling a thousand dollars worth of shares is a big deal.
It is absolutely amazing how that nutjob jumps to conclusions and makes ridiculous assumptions here based on NOTHING.
Toppeyjerk, when somebody is selling millions of shares let us know, thanks.