Old and new friends, there are a lot of folks posting on this board who bought in the 5,10 and $15 range (and a few much lower), who are trying desperately to lure in new money to offset theirs as they liquidate a portion of their long term holdings and take well deserved profits. Unfortunately, for everyone that they lure in above 20.00 this may mean a "house of pain" as REALITY sets in and the financial gurus on Wall St finally force EXAS do what they eventually make ALL companies do: SHOW THEM (and us) THE MONEY.
So far, this company has been able to rise 4000% on nothing but promise. And that there is! A little hope, a little planning, but a LOT of other peoples work and to provide for their efforts: ONE TON OF OPM (other people's money).
While I've felt an affinity with the chorus of well wishers all the way up from 6.94 where I got in, I do not condone misleading or abusing the newer shareholders into a false sense of security which in my opinion, some of you are conveying. Why just today a well balanced and thought provoking article was printed in the Los Angeles Times that cast a great deal of doubt on this company's only product that we know of. Well studied and thoughtful, the author provoked quite a few misconceptions that come from the one sided mouth pieces on this thread offering instead, a little more tempered viewpoint.
Hopefully none of you will lose money, but I will stick my neck out here and pronounce this stock at done deal at or around 20.00. It is highly unlikely we can pass through this area without a great deal of difficulty and I might add, risk to the newer investors. 20.00 is fine by me. Thats 4000% as someone here so eagerly pointed out.
No, what Im seeing is the pigs lined up at the trough....at the slaughter house.
You'd better not feed to long without looking over your shoulder FOOL!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Looks like McMurth's "BRICK WALL" held nicely on Friday.
Im afraid the lying trolltard goonsquad geeks just ran out of ammo!
Here, let me treat you to another sample! (right on your sorry heads)
So sorry chumpzzzz!
wow interesting. you cite the vapid LA Times article and set up a straw man on these message boards that doesn't exist.
96% institutional ownership, 25 million shares short & utterly underwater, and you obviously haven't toured the lab and seen how much work and scientific breakthrough Lidgard and the engineers have accomplished. I have.
Well OI looked at your headline "brick wall at 20 and bypassed reading what you have to say because your obviously have no idea what a brick wall is. Then I sent you to the ignorebin. Goodbye