You're playing with fire here. The people who run this company are crooks who have lied through their teeth. They have bilked investors out of millions, including a $10 mil investment from a group who bought in late last Spring after a company pep talk, at a unit price of around $4.80 (for a share and an option for a partial share). The people who run this company have already done their scams with other companies they've ran (go back and read past posts).
I am not short this stock. I got burned from the low $3's on down last year. Will not ever take a position in it again. These people are crooks, plain & simple. Go back and read all the post history. We were all duped.
No kidding, I bought in only 1000 at $4.08 after that its a history. R/s now had only 200 shares and look at the prices right now. As I remember after I bought in,I saw the CEO and the CFO of this company got handcup on CNBC TV said how they are frauded.....and so and so. I got sick of tired of these crooks. They're better stay in jail and never get out. What did they do to share holder with their hard earn money.
Well, you can't say I didn't warn you all about this stock. All those who have tried to defend it since then are APPY cronies. Make that APPYD now. What a bunch of crooks this management team has been.
At that time (23 Feb.), the Company may appeal the delisting determination to a NASDAQ Listings Qualifications Panel pursuant to applicable NASDAQ rules. They will have 6 more months to reach $1 for 10 consectutive days.
OK, we're settling this out finally. You're a trader, and maybe a good one. I've traded and I've invested, winning more than losing. I did both with APPY in the past and I did "invest" in the low $3's last June (it was off it's highs of over $4.50 from a month earlier). I do wish you the best in your trading (and everyone else). I was warning anyone who really believed in "investing' in this company, like people do with legit companies. This company and management is not legit, which is why it's a penney stock now.
if you don't have an edge like technical analysis the pros use, you are the fool. At least I can see when big selling takes place and a stock is heading south while you hold and hope.
"The promise of the company was that they had products that would reward those investors in that range over that time period."
You believed the company's PR? All you have to do is see what the big money is doing on a chart. When they sell, so do you.
I guess as long as you keep replying with incorrect info, I'll reply with correct info. An investor is one who invests in a stock, believing the company's product & management is legit, hoping for long term returns. From late 2007 to early 2009 Appy stock ranged from the high $4's to over $15 per share. Are you saying all those investors were fools? If so you display the same selfish motives the management of this company has had since then. Just admit you want to bail on the stock as a trader when you've made your quarter and don't care less about all those investors who were bilked out of thousands to millions in the past or after you're out of the stock in the near future. You're a trader, not an investor; plain & simple. The promise of the company was that they had products that would reward those investors in that range over that time period. The companies products have failed since the stock went public in 2003, which is why the stock is where it's at now. I'm not crying over my losses. I'm warning others about the truth of this company and management. Do you deny the overal history of this company's management & stock price? Are you afraid of the truth?
kjay..." However, real investors have been burned often since highs of $7.00+, down to as low as under.40 cents. Those are facts unless you believe $7.00 down to .40 cents is a good investment for people."
A "real investor" doesn't ride a stock down from $7 to $.40 under any circumstances, only a fool does. You are in this room whining about your losses which were preventable. It is not the company's fault you chose to be the fool...time for you to move on.
I am not dead wrong about the facts I have presented about the management of the company and their previous companies. Do the research. If you're a trader only and don't plan on keeping this stock as an investment then sure, you can make money when it goes up a nickel or dime, etc. However, real investors have been burned often since highs of $7.00+, down to as low as under.40 cents. Those are facts unless you believe $7.00 down to .40 cents is a good investment for people.