around 91 cents. How low can it fall? To what ever level the MM allows.
to. That's what you get when you don't understand what happens to a stock that is a "Speculative Speculation" fails to meet expectations that it never had. or are an ifantile fool.
My long position remains in contact simply because I see that as of the close of businerss for Q3 JSDA has done everything it said it would. Their goal and objective at the new management team was to strengthen the Balance Sheet and reduce the heavy drain in Capital that previous operators set up with ill advised programs. This done they now have to set up a program geared to sales growth fro 2014.
Selling here has to be coming from clowns who were projecting all kind of sales growth that the Company certainly never said it was anticipating except over "the long term". Without generating revnue cash flow will certainly not be increasing. What they did mange to do successfully if keep an even keel over 3 quarters and control costs while changing the playbook for 2014. All of this never exagerated by Cue & Co.
Tax loss selling between now and year end will certainly keep the share price from showing any strong rebound. There can be no real significant performance statistics coming out before the end of Q1 2014. The ability to only keep cash from declining before new year sales revenue can be generated is what determine if they can comlete the next stage of their declared recovery program.
Again only those who can afford to lose can afford to play this stock. I would like to be around to see what the stock price and Balance Sheet lok like 12 month from now. Since i am one of those fortunate to be able to lose my investment here and not really suffer any real pain I look forward to being in a position to see at least on paper a substantial capital gain. My only concern is that by then the dimwits in Washington, D.C. may change the Capital gains rules and try to steal the profits.