Sorry, the charts will not save the features I have indicated on the previous mesaages. However, you can go to the chart site and have it do any analysis you would like by setting the chart indicators on the right side of the page.
This is a chart on the performance of AOL to the S&P 500 and its momentum. Do you see an overpriced stock????
If you refer to the chart shown a few meesages ago you'll see the following. 1.> A consistant loss after each earnings
report for the past two years. The stock has always dropped after earnings, good or bad...2.> From the tech analysis side you
have seen a top of about $97, the stock has then floated between $93 and $96. The insiders have been selling during this point
and money flow has been on the sell side. Volume has also slowed. This is a good sign that the stock has peaked. I would either
buy at or in the money puts or short the stock now.(and on an up day). Earnings are set for Feb 5th.(Last time I checked)
There was more insider selling recorded yesterday (SEC144) and this stock is going up again... I have been keeping an eye on AOL and waiting for a good time to buy a put, but I must confess that this graph has been difficult for me to read. It seems like I may just have to wait until the earnings report...
Any comment from a technical analysist?
How do you know it is computerized selling and not "yahoos" like you and me that are shorting this thing?
I figure it is shorters and they will get spooked before/during earnings and that will drive it up.
Nutsoo?... Where did you go?
I don't think it will be positive. It's dilute share holder value. Anyway,AOL need to make money first. Microsoft is different story. It's dominate the computer operate systeme.
AOL can not Domi the internet service. What else they can do?
Check out this chart. It shows what has happened to the stock after each earnings report(good or bad).. see a down trend here???? If your long sell prior to the earnings on FEB 5th....