Surely you jest. If not then your perception of reality is even more addled than I originally concluded: I don’t give a road apple. I am curious as to how some people concoct far fetched theories or why some people choose to act like knuckleheads. You seem to be fall into both of those buckets. In such cases I feel an obligation expose the comments of those posters to the harsh light of scrutiny as a public service to other participants on this or other message boards.
stockstrategist, your reply makes zero sense, but I suppose that should not surprise me given your childish pronouncements on the market. It makes me wonder: how much AMRI do you own and at what price levels did you buy?
This explains almost nothing. There is merely a small blurb on AMRI which I think contains a typo:
‘AMRI has been heavily battered over the past few months. We have been patiently waiting for an entry point. On February 25th, AMRI developed a "bullish engulfing" candle pattern that has set our exit level at $4.20-4.25. With the stock selling for $4.50 today, the 25 cent risk (about 5.5%) is pretty good in our opinion.’
I think the author meant to type "entry level" instead of "exit level." This supports my previous comments that some investors make be able to make money off of AMRI on a Dead Cat Bounce at current levels.