I don't. Like you have a large long position that I hold but I also trade with a smaller pool of money. Keeps things interesting. - Good Luck
I have just spent three weeks over in the U.K. and France. Things are changing there pretty quickly. - Well, as quickly as anything that involves Politicians can change!!.
Britain voted to come out of the EU and the country is starting the change back to an autonomous state. The Brexit vote was, in hindsight, inevitable and the British are simply the first to jump. The rulers in Brussels are so hopelessly out of touch with the people of Europe it is quite laughable. The Dutch want out, the Danes and the Swedish want out, even 50% of the French want out. Germany is in a dreadful mess and the cause of it all is the Migrant crisis and the "Islamification" of Europe.
It is not reported in the U.S. but the situation is dreadful with these Migrants and they have brought a crime wave with them that is unprecedented.
It's going to be an interesting next twelve months in Europe.
A very nice run on no news and small volume that is decreasing. I'm trading short. I have a 14,500 share short position at $2.03 average.
I expect the PPS to settle back in the $1.80 -$1.90 range. Any move above $2.15 and I'll Cover.
I have always gone Poof. But no. I've just been on my Holidays. Been in France watching the Football. Lots o' fun. It looks like Tokman is still on his holidays too. Nothing in the last month. He slunk out of the back door at the ASM and hasn't been seen since.
There will be no buys on the open market by anyone. Tokman might but if he does the share price could very well tank. Tokman buying on the open market in the past has signaled catastrophic news. EVERY time he has bought the share price has crashed within a few days or weeks on very bad news. There is nothing to suggest him buying now would break that pattern.
Add to that the fact that every time Tokman has spoken in the last couple of years the share price has gone down significantly. Microvision, and Tokman especially, have no idea what constitutes "Good News" and his pathetic attempts have always been to try and deceive the investment community. He probably actually thought his ridiculous claim of 40-70% growth would be seen as "Good News". The man is just an embarrassment.
But "AT" has announced all kinds of things. From massive launches to the first of three OEM's to partnerships with Sony to sales to Sharp for "an innovative new product" to sales to Pioneer and a host of others to growth of 40-70% this year. And the Stock has tanked because there has never been ANY substance behind the announcements.
After everything that has happened and been announced the share price is exactly where it was 3 years ago. Try explaining that rather than speculate endlessly about how wonderful everything is and talking about a share price of $7 to $10 dollars. THAT is simply ridiculous.