The last chance analysts had to discuss numbers with management was during the run up in price accompanied by heavy volume two weeks ago. Pulling the trigger...
I saw it take 40k shares to move it .02 down, RSI showing oversold just gave it a few minutes for market response, and bingo, pull the trigger. I really thought there would have been more reversing than we saw, I think the problem was that I walked away for a couple hours :) The fact there we're here because profits are looking flat for 2013 is somehow something new, or not anticipated is RIDICULOUS, I started revealing that as early as June. And the nonsense of Q1 being less than Q4 is moronic; BIOL is a seasonal company, everything is just as it should be, accept the share price. If there is any rationale in the world, that has to return to P/S valuations, everything else is just background noise.
Only missed t by a dime. To what do you attribute the drop from a short term high of $2.25 on the 23rd to an intraday low of $1.75 today? A +20% swing in a week and a half looks significant. Do you think it is
That a way meatballs! Just keep on clutching that falling knife What sane mammal would recommend BIOL at this stage? There is no valid data to support buying here. Well, you've already got a hoof or two stuck in the slaughterhouse door, so you might as well keep moving towards the meat grinder. I would prefer sesos, but I'm sure they'll find your skull cavity empty.
Wow another 10 shares? Will Tinkerbell ever run out of ammunition? I guess if she thought it was a buy at $2.20 last week, it has to look like a screaming buy today.