Im fine with that. My options call my shares at 25. At my current cost basis I would profit 78 percent PLUS 2 months of 25 percent on sold calls. I can live with my return if this thing explodes higher.
Just speculative buying and selling in the last few days. It means nothing. Once the FDA decision is released, all bets are off. A move of +/- $10 is pretty much a given. Not for the faint of heart.
An interesting outcome could be if FDA punts and pushes a decision further down the line as insufficient data is collected so far.
Don't worry. The SCTY loss of $500M per quarter will dwarf the loss from the sale of the cars. That's part of the masterplan...
SCTY will install a large solar cell on top of all new Tesla models! That's it! As simple as that!
Why utilities so in demand with zero growth and 23 times earnings? When AMGN grows at 20% per year and is at 15 times? Kinda makes you think, no?
Brexit won. Futures down 4 percent. UK futures down 7 percent. Perception will always trump the truth in the short term. BP will see a 2 handle tomorrow.
Hey Billy, what's another $30 mil loss today between friends?
He was praising VRX a year ago at $240. What does he know? He likes anything in an uptrend and sells anything in a downtrend. Then he spins tales about it on CNBC. He adds zero value to my trading decisions.
So using VRX updated earnings outlook, it's now trading at a remarkable and unsustainably low 3.6 PE!! Now that is ridiculous. If Pearson was still in control, I could understand why investors would have no faith in a Company run by the absolutely worst CEO of modern times. But Papa has a good reputation. The issues are pretty much known now. The debt is high but not due for a while. There are products which cash flow nicely. So why the sell off? Seems like just some shortsellers piling on.