Be careful before buying any ELTP. Don't pay any attention to the pumpers with their promises of riches. ELTP stock isn't in the toilet for no reason. I've been a holder for five years and I can promise you there are thousands of better investments. If you want to put in your money and roll the dice, then go ahead. Just remember it is just a gamble on a very iffy company. So just buy a reasonable amount with the realistic understanding that you're gambling, and that even if there should be a payoff coming, it's not likely to be some big payout lottery ticket. Get in the water, but dont get in over your head. Watch out for pumpers. Many of them are not good.. Remember, far more money has been lost following stock pumpers advice than following short sellers' advice.
I don't think the tea leaves look good. I don't know if you're making money yet. If so, you could sell part of your stock to protect yourself. Then you could keep the rest on the roulette table, which is exactly where the money invested in this project has always been. Have you noticed how hateful the respondents to your post have been? They are the same way towards me. They know in their hearts this is a gamble, and subconsciously nobody wants to be alone if the gamble goes bust. Anyone with any reason who really believes that tomorrow is going to be great would be hoping the stock price today goes down hard so they could buy more cheap today.
OK guys. Earnings coming in after close. Expect to be crushed bad. I strongly recommend to the Board that it consider acquiring about 500 of those hot dog carts. You know, the ones with the umbrellas. You'd be amazed how much cash those buggers can bring in at lunch time when placed strategically. This is not a joke. CPST needs the cash flow bad. We can't just ke diluting and going deeper ino debt. We can put one cart right outside the corporate office. Imagine how much money we could recover just be selling the boss hot dogs, pretzels, and cokes.
The tender offer is for $15.40 a share for POT. So don't get carried away. Maybe they'll increase it. Maybe they'll decrease it. Maybe they'll use it to create a floor. Maybe they'll be doing something else or just laugh at the dummies.
don't know what you're talking about. Sadly, I think that it's the young guys who are looking for quick stock price accumulation, but studies show that usually the majority of payout over time is really from dividends. I just took a look at my account and there it was: $25 per each lot of 100 shares (that's $1000 per year for 1000 shares for doing nothing plus capital accumulation over time if one is lucky).
These guys really know what they're doing. They're trading the price up and selling it back down beautifully. They get the dolts to buy in and then let it out again...nice and smooth. Classic. Beautiful.