Four insiders bought 33,000 shares on June 13, right after the drop. I guess they're not expecting another one.
Could happen tomorrow, market forces permitting. Up today on a down market and the following was released tonight after hours:
'Trulia announced that it is experiencing record levels of consumer and agent activity as it approaches the spring housing season. On the consumer side of its marketplace, Trulia reached a record number of unique visitors in April of nearly 50M.'
Speaking of not chasing the wind, looks like you're pi@sing against it trying to get people to sell.
"they keep it low in proportion to these two solars (SOL and RGSE). only reason it is down this much. after earnings"
Who are 'they' and why on earth would they do that? This sounds like a conspiracy theory: the big boys trouncing the little boys just for the hell of it. Why would they do that? To what end? I'm seeing no institutional selling. Watching real time sales, it's retail investors unloading 100 or 200 share blocks; 1000 at the most. Institutions typically don't hold sub $5 stocks. HSOL has had a substantial run up over the last three months. It's profit taking (if you made a profit) and sector rotation. Look at what's been happening to biotechs. There's no evil cabal manipulating it.
When the Russia/Ukraine thing implodes, the Eurozone loses its nat gas supply. The US steps in with its own nat gas, prices skyrocket, and coal becomes an energy darling... Just don't hold your breath.
You don't seem to be having any effect, bagman. Got some bottles and cans in my trashcan if you need them.
Something's weird on Yahoo. Close at $6.02, then it shows AH of $5.10 up 17¢??
Record spending by tourists has helped Greece post its first current account surplus since official data began.
Figures from the Bank of Greece showed the difference between the money going into and coming out of the country was 1.24bn euros (£1bn) last year.
It was partly driven by a 15% increase in tourism receipts, the country's biggest earner.
The surplus was the first for the recession-hit economy since records began in 1948.
Available on BBC website.
Could it be yesterday's Zacks article:
'In order to boost 3G, 4G and WiFi speed as well as to offer better network coverage, Alcatel Lucent teamed up with Qualcomm last year to develop multimode small cell sites.'
'However, delay in the launch of multi-mode small cell products may mar Qualcomm’s growth prospects as companies like Ericsson (ERIC) and Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) are on the verge of launching similar products.'
I think it will recover today.