I'm put off by your repeated efforts to dissuade me from holding. I bought today and I'm not selling tomorrow. Your assertion that "most longs don't understand what they are buying" has no verification to it. Secondarily "most longs" did not buy today. Buying low suits me fine. I'll take my chances and won't be reading your sell now point of view again. TVIX has made shocking moves to the upside. I'll take my chances. It's my money. And to point to big upsides, Dec 5 $2.08, Dec 16 16 $3.44. Were you posting during market hours Dec 5 to buy? Seems impossible since your handle is not even 2 weeks old. My advice to you is do what you enjoy doing. If you decide to tell me what a fool I am, you can do that.
IMO one trite saying deserves another. Never say never. Actually the reason I am replying is, it is not tanking in AH. Have you no self-respect; refrain from scare tactics that rely on lies, ok?
You know, you do think quite highly of your own self. Too bad you missed the meaning of my message. As for what you have stated so to you goal here "I just try to talk new faces out of buying this" that is your decision. It may be self-serving, which is much of what goes on at any message board. So I do not have a problem with that. TVIX shorts IMHO do have a problem.
I'm not all that worried though. The market is enjoying some euphoric upside IMO. There must be a ton of free cash available to fuel it higher or seemingly so anyway. Best of luck to you both.
I bought TVIX. I've been watching this for, actually can't remember exactly but quite a while over the last 12 months. I took a look at a 2 month chart and the 50 day simple moving average*. Why I bought today is today's drop looked over done relative to the volume it's tracking for the day. Last night I decided to check a couple things, the short interest and the position Credit Suisse is building. I only have a few thousand invested and my life wont' change much if I lose it all. I can't shake the idea that volatility will return to the market. Which is to say, I'm not selling for quite a while. *$1.38 50 day and in no way should this motivate you to buy. You are responsible for your own actions.
try harder lol
where it stood 23 hours ago. And that big seller sold too soon. Considering the size of the shares short here, the smartest of shorts won't be sticking around, IMO.
You can be that way. But sansanzs was clear in what Ardour was doing (according to sansanzs when sansanzs also said "believe it or not") so don't believe sansanzs. Your skepticism is valid tho, sternbeachlime. There's no way to prove what Ardour is doing or not doing in real time. Isn't the real issue here more about future share pricing? Shorts expect it to go down, longs see it moving up.
All the typical message board blab. I bought yesterday and see no reason to run for the exit door. Surely the shorts will try to convince me or others that selling is the way to go.
Well, we both get 3 thumbs down. I may have been too casual in my message yesterday. How about this instead. Are there any shareholders here, reading this board, that will sell today? I do have a reason for asking. Seeing that cheap shares are dwindling in their availability (low volume indicates an overall reluctance to sell), shorts may be in a bit of a trap.
inline with sansanzs opinion, after hours 14,046 shares traded at the same price as the 4 pm close. As of the end of May 47,480,753 shares short. Dividing the volume of 1,021,878 into shares short the low volume extends days to cover to 46. Only 11 days left in May. My point being if we see a reversal, the upside should be impressive going into June.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
wwtravel99 my question to you was Is your disdain based on lost money that you had invested? Your answer Distain? Good question, he never lost money that was provided as an option. Maybe you aren't familiar with the word disdain. It refers to scorn, contempt and I was referring to your tone, not anyone else's. It's sad that you dwell in the past. I am looking forward. I'm new to owning Capstone. If I see things thru rose colored glasses it's my money at risk. We can't agree on where this is heading. That's ok.
That was a good call. Not so sure your strong sell for today is justifiable. I do believe you are entitled to your opinion.
If he never bought, how can you say he sold at $2. I have no problem that the share price extends out to hundredths of a penny. As for never making a profit, I don't think Tesla has nor Amazon. Since you brought up the subject of management, I decided to give a look. CEO Jamison most recently served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Northern Power Systems, Inc. At Northern Power, he more than tripled sales over a 2-year period. James Crouse Sales & marketing VP has an impressive background IMO. Lorentz,
Director of Product Development, spent 18 years at Parker Hannifin Aerospace. FYI, at the Parker Hannifin website, a $13 billion global company. Is your disdain based on lost money that you had invested?