hope you did well on hec. assume you were just "playing" with it. has been a pretty bad "investment" for many in the past..and bad blood between hnr and hec posters, imo, caused by a very knowledgable but psychotic hnr holder who relentlessly posts on hec.i think he causes more problems for hnr than he creates for hec. funny, but did you see Fahrenheit 9/11 when moore was talking about the saudi/bush connections in the past and was basically, in so many words, hec was called a scam. wasn't watching that intently, but if you've seen it, or intend to, tell me if you did/don't hear "harken" mentioned . appreciate your charts and insights here.
still cracking up, cochonwash!!!!!! Love that moniker.
SWC is not my thang, but the chart is good, weekly shows resistance at 25. Broke out of a long base at the highs on the daily, made a measured move and is at present overbought.
But despite that, it reminds me of the kind of price action that will just chugalong forever upwards, a bit a day, on low volume, peeps wait for a pullback, but it just keeps chugging along, so they join, ad finitum . A buy at 19 would be good.
zorry. FWIW--you "daytraderz" that feed on rich blood may want to keep an eye on SVC. i was watching for a "long" time. could this move it? i duuno....http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/041203/daf008_1.html
hope this pastes..if not, do "research"/stxn/financials.....imo, re: earnings/revs/eps--yawn(with bad breath?....looks like longterm debt is new since mid-year?....inventory rising/good or bad?...you weren't thinking of being too "emotional" with this one were you?http://personal.fidelity.com/research/stocks/content/stocksindex.shtml
a quick fundie look showed that the net loss is decreasing, it seems it has more cash than debt (not sure, please check that for me when you got a few veggie crunching seconds). But everything is riding on their Eclipse wireless technology. They have an established customer base, and it could work as the worldwide wireless ramp is on, or it could go bust, so very speculative long term. ERICY is one competitor.