Yo Sophia... Jack helped us find our old message board using a Google search. Pretty cool, a back door. The Naarmann news is awesome Sophia. You need to delete this bookmark from your browser settings. Nobody is here anymore. The new "Conversations" forum stinks,.... but it's where we all are now. See you there.
There gone... I missed the opportunity. Now it's 5000 at .42. As if this really matters. Let's hope we get some news soon. 59 has disappeared. The flowers are all dry, dead, and dying. And 2nd quarter came and went without any significant events.
The asking price is 5000 shares at .4899, and the bid price is .372. How can these be real? Who is their right mind woke up this morning and said I think I'm going to offer up my shares at .4899? Maybe I will bid out 100 shares and see if it's real. :-)
The bollinger band is a volatility indicator.... as the bands are now more narrow/tighter it's showing we're less volatile. You're reading this opposite of what its saying. It's tightening, so we will channel trade in a tight trading range over the next 7 to 14 days. Because it's a moving average, when it starts to open up again and get wider, then we anticipate a bigger trade range and a move higher. We know it will go higher because its trending along the bottom of the bands and the associated stochastic's are below the 50 and bouncing up, and the MACD is trending below negative/below the zero line. That is it.
The only logical answer is that ETF/Index vehicles are balancing each quarter. We have to figure ACUS is still in biotech funds and associated indexes so "machines" are going through the quarterly balancing act.
So what is happening? Can a company simply sees to exist like this without going through some formality of bankruptcy and closing of the doors? I've never seen anything like this. There is still common stock trading and nothing is going on. I don't get it.