Has anyone else noticed how 5.6 or so seems to be a support level that triggers strong buying? I am a physician, not a technical analyst, but it doesn't take much volume to pop stock price right back up again. With so much good news on horizon (1 to 2 years but no telling when new studies surface), it is not hard for me to buy the idea that these price dips are manipulations to allow big players to buy more stock. I didn't buy on this last dip, but it seemed clear to me that the selling was (and remains) overdone. I'm ready for the uptick, and it looks like it may start today!
YOUR A PHYSICIAN ....MY ASS. Anyway you'll be churning the same crap when it goes up a dime from $4.50 and rallies to $4.60. Then the same thing at $3.50 to $3.60. What about the collapse from $9.20 to $5.50...this stock is at war with fleeing shareholders.
I am a physician, though not a psychiatrist. I really don't care if you believe it. If your anger is real (and not part of some short scheme to get people angry about this stock), then I think you would benefit from a trial of medication. Can anyone be this angry about a stock ALL THE TIME? (in caps, of course)...However, I don't really believe you are for real, nor do I believe you lost your "life savings" on this stock...do you really think your messages are of any interest to the rest of us?