Can you try harder ?
We got it - you shorted the stock in the company that dominates the market of software PBX systems and is about to turn profitable.
Short it more - put your money where your mouth is.
Are you using Mother's Day to confirm Men's spiritual leadership ?!
Of all the days of the year you picked Mother Day as Misogyny Day ?! Wow.
I was lucky in my college days to meet women superior to me intellectually and learned to respect and care.
And I teach my daughters to be strong and independent and not hesitate to fight. Surely, not many girls are like that but it's because their fathers tell them "to sit pretty" .
You better pray your sons won't cross their ways.
The whole idea of "spiritual leader" smells like 1930s too.
I hope that microcap like EMAN will not be affected too much
I am expecting a drop will be on big names and maybe I'll get into APPL and NXPI
The question on material purchase from Universal Display came up 3-4 years ago when PANL (OLED now) was all hype. Someone asked Andrew on cc about volumes that EMAN buys from UDc and the answer was something like we bought 10 grams and it will last for next 10 years. or something like that. EMAN is making microdisplays, not big screen TVs.
Seriously. That's been my experience - I got some gains and I think I lost more. Mostly in AMBA, not MU.
I am watching your trade - learning at your expense.
Here is compilation of your posts on that trade :
"Just bought 100 MU $13 Puts"
"I bought the July 22 $13's "
"$12.11 is the break even point for the Puts I bought today"
Looking on trade option charts I see the trade on July 1st around 10 am of 100 July 22nd 13 puts at 0.89 - that was you, apparently. So, you bet $8900 on the downside of MU. Good luck , eh.
The trouble with weekly options is the low open interest - not enough liquidity to get fair market price. And the time value evaporating fast - 5 minutes before closing on Friday and 5 minutes after opening on Monday are only 10 trading minutes apart but the weekly option prices drop a lot. When I do short term options I pick monthly ones but ,say, 2 weeks before expiration. Did it a few days ago with 12 puts for July 15th expiration.
Made 50% and quit. If I would wait a day more I would make 100%.
Weeklies are not something you buy and go play golf - I would not wait past next Tuesday in your place .
Huh? Yahoo shows that you've been here since 1999. You should be able to figure out by now when id was created and posts made by user. On the other hand you maybe too old to get around interwebs. Better put that AOL floppy back in.
Nice! That's the other one I own.
It's a very interesting story - shorts (most notable is Morgan Stanley) were betting on competitor drug (ZS-9) which was bought by Astra Zeneca. (Not) surprisingly Morgan Stanley was underwriter of that AstraZeneca buyout of ZS Pharma. Now ZS-9 was rejected by FDA and Veltassa owns the market for at least a year. Shorts went berserk on Relypsa after FDA rejection of ZS-9 , MS put a new target price of $9 with all kind of misinformation like you quoted. So AZN has basically paid 2.7B on Morgan Stanley advice for nothing and they are trying to save the face or talk down RLYP price for a better buyout deal.
I don't want to promote RLYP here, you can go on to their message board if you're interested, it's quite good - quite a few intelligent people (doctors, pharmacists ) are contributing there and there are some good discussions there. Definitely better than Sonya#$%$ piece.
MU is now above 13. Everything I look is in severe overbought territory - NXPI, AMBA.
Step away from tech stocks. Maybe, get LUV, they are going ex-div in a few days.
It seems not so risky.
It was all on the TA charts - head and shoulders, double top, triple udder. Just ask stockgrrl.
Now a bit more serious.
You missing the point here SVS - it was Aldrich who promised $7 pps earnings. Expect revised numbers soon and stock will drop even more.
And sometimes CFO change follows , and that would be a bad omen too.
Apparently, some people heard the news earlier today - that's why the stock dropped so sharp.
The bounce from 61 to 62 in the afternoon is not looking good - to me it looks like "dead cat bounce" on a very short time scale. It's usually 2-3 days after the drop, not 2-3 hours.
I'd think 55 tomorrow is not out of question unless company provides some counter balanced news.
"Average I.Q. of this board's participants, in my opinion, can not be higher than in double digits."
Sorry guys, It's all because of me - I have IQ of 28 or something like that. I tend to bring down averages - you need 4-5 Einstein level people to just to level up. I hope some of your wheezedum would rub on me and I stop drooling and making bubbles from my nose.
Yeah, I remember JCL and punch cards. For the morons like you I would accidentally drop them on the floor and then pile back into a bag .
I never did COBOL - I switch away from that cr@p to deal with 10base2 and Token Ring cr@p. I am one of those who don't shave cause we don't have to - no customer ever sees us and users keep their opinions to themselves if they want to have their files be backed up to something else but /dev/null
Can you explain , please. My English is old and rusty.
You sound like a bot combining words into phrases that make no sense to me.
"Illegal Spoofing" - spoofing is "pretending to be someone else" . It's usually considered to be unethical but not necessary illegal . I don't get how it can be related to stock trading, it's pretty much anonymous process, cannot apply term 'spoofing' here . "Starring BS Large Lots" - 1000 shares block is not "Starring Large" unless you're a college student , not sure how I can tie "BS" into the phrase. That's complete "BS" to me.
"Complete panic fraud" - I can't make sense of this phrase. Fraud is calculated illegal activity, panic is the opposite to be "calculated" .
"chirp away at the 1000 share block with illegal 100 share lots" - I have no idea what it supposed to mean.
Seriously, translate from daytrader slang into common English for dumb folks like me.
What brokerage firm ?
Yahoo only shows Chardan Capital.
I believe contract with Chardan was for 1 year and it's over now.
Do you know any other analysts that cover the company ? I think there was someone else during last CC.
" I and the sane people on this board" - nice one .
Now I got a better understanding of your talk about buyout.
Apparently it is expected to be tomorrow .
Of course, any analyst covering the company would get personal invitation but it's still not right. Public companies are called "public" for a reason. There are plenty of lawyers out there who would take advantage of these mistakes.
"it's not a lie , it's a future truth" - literal quote from a salesman I've heard.
Are you a salesman ?
If management said they know of no other matters but "leave an open door to discuss potential buyout" - this falls in the same category of "future truth"