Not ATML... Though ATML was #2, just behind MU, with considerable Institutional Interest and SuperBuy messages... If you own this stock Hold... If you don't, you should try and buy now as the Stock may be as low as it goes for a long while... With Institution's Buying now, you can be certain of which direction this stock is headed. 54% Institutional Trade means only one thing..."Buy Now" or you will miss out!!!
<<At least everyone knows how much money I will make when I cover this mutt at a DIME and it trades pink sheet.
And you are calling somebody else a "whore" ? And, why would you be stupid enough to cover at 10 cents, when the odds would be nearly 100% that it would go to zero, if it went to ten cents in the first place ?
And if it went well you could do "tricks" for 25 cents with the second one free.
In your post you say
"This stock will make plenty of people a lot of money, just depends on when you enter, simple as that;"
Yet you have a SELL on it. Whore!
At least everyone knows how much money I will make when I cover this mutt at a DIME and it trades pink sheet.
Just do not get caught in the parking lot sniffing girls bicycle seats. You are a real pig sticker.
"Miss out"? Miss out on what? How do you that insitutions are buying now? Thompsons? Haaaaaaaa! Boy you are too funny! A little window dressing at the end of the month and you got this thing going right back to the moon. If earnings are in line, which I doubt they will be; then the insitutions may jump back in, until that time, it is pure gambling, nothing less. In my opinion, much of ATML earnings probably hinged on a good Christmas retail season, this did not happen; as we all know now. Only bright spot was cell phones sales were probably better than expected. If the stock hits $2, then it may be a good speculative buy, but it has about a quarter to go down from here. MM's tried to do their best to hold this puppy up today and it went out with a whimper. See what Thursday and Friday has in store. I will admit if you picked it up at $2.12 yesterday and dumped it at $2.33 today, that was a nice play. Only problem is how many on this board made that move?
<<Check the burn rate they will be broke by may>>
OK. I will call you on that: what exactly is ATML's burn rate ? As of the most recent quarter ? How does that rate compare to others in the same sector ? Also, one other thing, how has ATML's cash flow [during that same time period] rate of change varied in compared to it's burn rate ? This is quiz time. I await your learned reply.