What an ignorant #$%$ would say. What about 50 years ago when i was a young man ding bat! I don 't post it because by now people with half a brain would have come to understand and by tracking daily trades that the higher volume for what ever it is comes into the market after noon on a daily basis.
A clear demonstartion of selected memory and inabiity to comprehend the English language. if this were not the case you would have understood that I took that position at $0.30 and subsequently sold half at $0,.86 . That dummy resulted in a $28,500.00 profit. If you go back you would also learn that was not the only sale i made before the stock reacted to its currebnt levels. My re-entyr price still would leave me with a net profit should I liquidate my position today. I have no intention of doing that since i believe a year from now i will be sitting pretty and I suffer from no loss.
What dumbell you have to be.
He asked a question that prompted my question, stupid.
My educated guess is folks got carried awya on their owm as the share price tripled in price from the 30 cent level. It is also apparent that none of the posters here have either read the 1;Q2 or Q3 Financial reports or understood what Ms. Cue et all repeated time after time in each one.
The Goal of the management team that took over less than 2 years ago was to strengthen the Company's ability to distribute a much more concentrated product line after eliminating the losers of yesteryear with a very limited cash position. An unbiased analysis of the 3 quarters just completed show this was successfully accomplished.
What they must do now is demonstrate that the current product line is being accepted in markets that they previously failed to penetrate or where the product was not accepted. This will not be established before the completion of Q1. They must be able to operate for the balance of the quarter without losing a grip on their cost control program and not squandering valuable cash on unproven plans.
If after today's last full trading day for 2013 Tax Selling, the main reason for the volume explosion, we see a reverse to the penny ante trading volume that has been to signature of the price moves to $0.91 we should understand what really has taken place and why. The real clue to what may lie ahead for JSDA will come with the Post 2013 trading in Q1 of 2014.
My bet on this "Speculative Gamble" still is on the plus side for 2014 only now I'm playing with the "houses" money.
That's less than $25,000 in market value. What I wonder is if any of the tax selling in late Novemenr will be coming back as bottom fishing buying the last week in December.
around 91 cents. How low can it fall? To what ever level the MM allows.
to. That's what you get when you don't understand what happens to a stock that is a "Speculative Speculation" fails to meet expectations that it never had. or are an ifantile fool.
My long position remains in contact simply because I see that as of the close of businerss for Q3 JSDA has done everything it said it would. Their goal and objective at the new management team was to strengthen the Balance Sheet and reduce the heavy drain in Capital that previous operators set up with ill advised programs. This done they now have to set up a program geared to sales growth fro 2014.
Selling here has to be coming from clowns who were projecting all kind of sales growth that the Company certainly never said it was anticipating except over "the long term". Without generating revnue cash flow will certainly not be increasing. What they did mange to do successfully if keep an even keel over 3 quarters and control costs while changing the playbook for 2014. All of this never exagerated by Cue & Co.
Tax loss selling between now and year end will certainly keep the share price from showing any strong rebound. There can be no real significant performance statistics coming out before the end of Q1 2014. The ability to only keep cash from declining before new year sales revenue can be generated is what determine if they can comlete the next stage of their declared recovery program.
Again only those who can afford to lose can afford to play this stock. I would like to be around to see what the stock price and Balance Sheet lok like 12 month from now. Since i am one of those fortunate to be able to lose my investment here and not really suffer any real pain I look forward to being in a position to see at least on paper a substantial capital gain. My only concern is that by then the dimwits in Washington, D.C. may change the Capital gains rules and try to steal the profits.
You Idiot! Did the DJIA and S& P and NASDAQ averages make or come clode to all time new highs today? You must have you head stuck up your rear end, dimwit.
Your nonsense gets worse with each post. Show us one instance where JSDA management in any 2013 quarterly report ever said they would be Cash positive in Q3 or they would see any significant sales growth for Q3,
What does seem to be happening is those who may have believed Q4 of 2013 and Q1 of 2014 now are having seconf thoughts and they are using the strength in the genral markets to ease out of their positions.
How do you arrive at your conclusion that there should have been any "change in overall planning" during the time the share price was in a trading range between 0.60 and 0.70? The current manageemnt team has been in place less than two years and put their transition plans bit by bit into practive slightly more than a year ago.
The change in the trading range from higher levels was occassioned by the selling shareholders deciding that what they thought was going to happen by the time Q3 ended did not and they have decided to bail. Too much of the enthusiasm that found its way into posts on this Board was founded on hot air and ignorance and infantile comment.
A study of the Q3 report, which really is quite imited in salient information, shows stagnant accomplishment over the past 5 years. Operating margins and performance ratios have remained almost completely unchanged in every category. This I think shocked those who were anticpating a "new" regime and strong leadership's actions since taking the reins less than 2 years ago.
Time after time my comments about the price action of the stock since moving out of the long time range below $0.30 harped on the lack of a real "money" interest in the stock. If the stock price can maintain a level above $0.60 as it has since the release of Q3 data, and we do not see substantially higher daily volume of trading should the share price fall, it will simply mirror what took place on the way up.
It is the" money flow" not only the share price that determines whether a stock is a good buy or not. I also have never veared from position that JSDA is a "Speculative Gamble" and my long position was taken with a full understanding I could see my investment disappear. Others with far less experience and eduaction than I was fortunate to have just posted blabber and nonsense when it come to what today's Jone Soada is and what it is not.. When I took the position I said only those with the financial wherewithall should own one share.
Expected to hit by who? You surely cannot show me amyhting close to what you posted as having been said by anyone in Management over the past 9 months.
You're so FOS. There was system connectivity problem affecting more than just JSDA that's obviously been fixed.