Me too...bought 9.65...just sold $9.32. At least we didn't sell pre market. We can play it again. I had 2000 shares :(
I can't believe Seymour abandoned AA last night. I didn't eve understand what he said. Aluminum...too high of a supply, "the trade was what it was." What? that's not wht he said on Wednesday...A trade??? Was that what it was to him. I just listened to FM.
Yes this so true. if Obama has his way; which he will. Cars will be light and fuel efficient. The play is aluminum. Thank you
Rigel Pharma's R788 will be partnered in next few months, say Rodman & Renshaw
Following positive R788 positive Ph IIb TASKi2 clinical trial results, Rodman & Renshaw said the drug will be partnered in the next few months. Shares are Outperform rated with a $33 price target.
08:13 EDT RIGL theflyonthewall.com:
Rigel Pharma positive data could lead to lucrative deal, says Thomas Weisel
Thomas Weisel believes the Phase II data for Rigel R788 was positive and the firm believes the data could lead to a lucrative licensing deal for the company. The firm maintains an Outperform rating on Rigel target $30
Thank you! I read your post about earnings, yesterday. I sold at 1.31...Thank you!See you next earnings season :)) Thank you!
07:11 EDT SLM theflyonthewall.com: SLM Corp. target raised to $16 from $13 at FBR Capital
FBR raised its estimates and target price for SLM to reflect improving student loan spreads and the earnings potential from the servicing contract with the Department of Education. The firm reiterates an Outperform rating on the stock.
trade condition is T...last exchange is TH...which means third party
There is not ususally a trade condition. T means hand written by the market maker.
Form T...hand written...late print. That was an intraday trade. Somebody either bought or sold at that price and had to fight the market maker. The trade condition is T. That means hand written. The market maker gave them their trade.
That was in Random Musings in this article today....
By Jim Cramer
6/25/2009 12:18 PM EDT
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