Why do yout persist in confirming what a dimwit you really are by posting what you did in reply to my post. Dummy! The incentive to resurect this speculative gamble is the millions of "cheap" option shares not an insignifcant open market purchase to give weight to your argument. This is what will prove they are serious about righting the ship not plunking down a $100K in the open market.
Thank you. If this is showing up on a FINRA site which is a regulatory agency I would think that 100% of those short sales are reported, by rule, by a Market Maker. I know of no site where the daily public trading short trades are reported.
It makes perfect sense since FINRA is designated to acertain that transactions and other activity by NASD members adheres to all of the rules.
This is where you say one should go to confirm volumes of short trading in a stock:
"In the United States, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. (FINRA) is a private corporation that acts as a self-regulatory organization (SRO). FINRA is the successor to the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASD) and the member regulation, enforcement and arbitration operations of the New York Stock Exchange. It is a self-regulatory organization, a non-governmental organization that performs financial regulation of member brokerage firms and exchange markets. The government agency which acts as the ultimate regulator of the securities industry, including FINRA, is the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Again post the link toodles!
This what's posted on NASDAQ regarding a short interest position. Where is the link to your statement?
was made on the board. This is the latest posted short interest for JSDA -
JONES SODA COMPANY $
Daily Short Sale Volume view
Short Interest (Shares Short) 95,600
Days To Cover (Short Interest Ratio) 1.4
Recently someone posted that 80% of the trades were short sles without posting a link. Is there a link to this statement or just wild commentary?
How can I possibly expect to do that in this stock? I made the horrific mistake of buying 250,000 shares at a cost of $0.30 a share. Then to compound my stupidity I sold half of those shares at $0.86 and $0.87 a share.. Then when the stock dropped to $0.40 dumb me bought back 75,000 shares and again added another 75,000 share at $0.72. Now as a complete fool I'm stuck holding 250,000 share at an average cost of $0486 a share and suffering a paper loss of $4,000 that will definitely send me to the poor house.
We won't know if it's a bump or a trend until at least two more quarters of activity are reported wil we?
How many dimwitted posts singing the praises of JSDA as though this was an established factor in the specialty soda market just waiting to sweep the market off its feet have been posted on this board? How many times was the warning that the stock was a "speculative ganble" and only those who could afford the financial risk should own one share ot it. Now we see all the moaning and groaning because a figment of their imagination failed to materialize.
Two years ago JSDA was a stock ready to disappear from the scene. Eighteen months ago two women returned to the Company years after taking part in a previous resurection of the business and embarked on a plan to repeat their previous success. Because some allowed themselves to get carried away with their own fantasies and definitely chose to put words into the mouths of management that were never said by them ot published anywhere are screaming like stuck pigs about management failures.
18 months after taking the reins of operation the two womed have washed away the failing business model, cleaned up a very damaged balance sheet and again, without making any promises seem poised to continue their goal of growing a successsful nitche player in the specialty soda business.
One dunce who keeps harping on how financially insecure they are and will file for BK any day now and can't even count to ten with the help of his fingers still cannot see what an extraordinary job the CEO and CFO have done to date. Over the past 12 months the Balance sheet shows $1.7 million in cash, there is a reserve fund that has not been tapped and positive cash flow increased over last year. New distribution agreements that have recently been put into place have the potential to create real revenue over the next 12 months. How profitable that may turn out to be is onyone's guess.
They are still only a "speculative gamble". but they never fooled or mislead anyone either.
This is a classsic example of looking at things through rose colored glasses. I'm curious to see what the morrow brings in the market place.
the Financials are released and the trading today tells the story. Anyone who follows stocks and markerts knows that while the exact numbrs may not be known ourside the inner sanctm of headquarters there more than a handful of peole who know what was or was not accomplished. The complete lack of even normal speculative buying interest tells us, there may be "nothing to see here".
From a selfish standpoint I hope I'm very wrong.
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Too bad real money does not show any buying interest. The Board is full of penny ante or very immature posters who get exited by less than $50,000 a day trading in a penny stock. The longs, myself included, are very lucky that this situation exists and for now seems to be immune to the world news that's driving share prices lower on markets around the world