heard of a guy wants to buy before the 20th. He's been buying all week and needs about $20 million worth, don't know how much he has left, and I'm guessing on the size, based on his fund's size
it sure looks like a break out and all that base building has paid off.
Volume is up BIG on up days, down on down days. Star will BREAKOUT shortly - that is, more than it is breaking out now. It's done its sideways thing (building a base) now it's doing it's RUNNING thing - probably to $3 within the year with some ups and downs in between.
look for big volume at .95 and a breakout at $1.05
These are all Patrick Cox stories (and Breakthrough Technology) I hope they ALL fight back, this looks like maybe the short community thinks they own the market place. Time to run these #$%$ into the ditch where they elong.
"Where's the evidence of "illegal shorts"?
The evidence comes from the "Discovery process." The regulators subpoena Yahoo, the phone companies, internet providers, bank accounts, credit card records, see who paid for the lies in Seeking Alpha, (Did SA know they were lies? If not, WHY not?) Was there illegal shorting (DUH)? Were shor5t sales DELIVERED on time? Who all is involved in an organized criminal attack on a company and its shareholders AND the public? If all these entities, and the little lying short posts on here were part of a FRAUD, or an "Illegal pool" designed to harm the public are guilty, they should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of law.
As for "evidence" those who have it should NOT put it on here, but give it to the authorities. Keep the PERPS guessing, they'll have their day to defend themselves in court. They'll have plenty of time to write a book about it later in prison.
NNVC has lawyers involved now, one hears GOOD ones (unlike the ambulance-chasing creeps hired by the shorts), and the lawyers are going to play hardball. It's about time someone got tough with these jerks. And SA has gone from a low-information 3rd rate stock letter, to a rag that dispenses filth for the shorts. This is their MO, short a stock that has been doing well, write some trash and have SA print it, follow with high-frequency shorting, then have a sleazy "law firm" announce a POSSIBLE law suit (from what we've seen they never materialize), then the shorts cover and move on.
This is a disgusting practice that needs to end. YOU should call your Attorney General, the SEC and FINRA and complain. Let's make this the test case where we nail these &@$T@RD$ once and for all.
This is all they do, sleazy "Green mail" suits.
If you are new to this game, you should know, this is common practice. The shorts get Seeking Alpha to plant a story, then these ambulance chasing "law firms" announce a trolling exercise which usually get no takers but the stock drops and the shorts cover and use the money to scam another group of shareholders.
Welcome to the cruel world of shorts, sleazes and scammers. Someday we will clean up this mess and send a few manipulators to prison where they belong.
they are increasingly becoming all about shorting. The bucks come from the hedge funds so they do their bidding and no longer have any credibility. I am shutting them (SA), off, and hope they get sued and shut down, as they deserve.
Advice: Any Longs Left?
Not ashamed to admit I'm holding this thing from $4.09. I made a killing riding it from $2.50 to $5 but obviously I've lost all those gains as well. Looking for some serious insight. Where do you guys think the share price is going from here? I'm willing to hold for as long as it takes, but does anyone think it will ever return to the $4 level? I don't want to sell at a 5 year low, but I don't want to ride this to zero either. Would love some serious advice here, not trying to stir up the shorts or receive any ridicule from them. I know shorts, you were right. But the loss of cash is punishment enough.
So… where do we go from here"
I've lost a ton. I sold 90+ % of my position, some in the low $1's and the balance the day Breakthrough Technology said to sell. I can get back in at lower prices.
Honestly, I'm of two minds. Part of me says whatever I make from here will be as part of a class action law suit where the returns would be minimal but I had a lot and I do feel deceived on several fronts.
Another part of me says, let it run it's course, when it has bottomed, consider several serious points:
The science is still there and has attracted some very serious folks, Mullan, Chapman, Ladenson, Cox, Mauldin, Black Rock, Trade Winds, etc. That attracts them? I think it's this Hyflick stuff. I can't explain it, but it can be Googled. If the company would announce an alliance with a major company, I would buy back. One hears there will be a new name (for sure), new HQ's(pretty sure), already has new management, new hires (?), new emphasis, new direction, new brand. If it weren't for the shorts being in control, Jonnie's incredibly bad judgment, and someone's big FDA screw-up (Paul, Curt?), I'd probably be buying now. I just wish my pockets were as deep as the folks (inside and out) who have done so much to ruin this company.
It was ugly. They recommended the sale. I am sick. If I am to make any money on this stock (get some back that is) it will be through the new law suit mentioned today.
A couple of points. Under VA law the gifts are not illegal, unless there were a quid pro quo. If there were - we sure haven't seen it AND, more to the point, there would have been no grant of immunity.
Some political pundits are pointing out the recent "politically motivated" government attacks on Republican Governors, like McDonald, Christie (for a traffic problem on a bridge) and Walker in Wisconsin (for defeating the government workers abusive unions). They are "over reaching" to put Republican Governors down because their successes are hurting the Democrat governors who are seeing flight from their failing states.
In any event, the grant of immunity is good for Williams, although probably unneeded for Star (Rock Creek) since ill-advised dealings with the governor were Jonny's show.
Someone has bought 3,3 million shares and the stock hasn't sold off since early this AM.
A couple of thoughts.
Institutional ownership keeps rising
The short position keeps sinking
someone is buying lots of stock today (millions)
Mullan and Chapman are nobody's lunch meat - they KNOW something
Star's next quarter will go thru the roof if people start to "stockpile" Anatabloc
The threat of as "shot gun" financing has been removed with the Williams deal
There are two sides to each trade today, I think the buyer is the smarter one and the seller has been "suckered." Been around a long time, this has just that "feel" and a few too many "tells."
in. I really needed this loss for some huge gains, but I need to wait for 30+ days to lock in the tax loss. I'm so nervous something big may be coming.
My friend says all the "tax selling" will e over and he's having a party that afternoon for people to buy STSI, only problem is what if the tax selling ends this week and the stock is back over $2 by New Years Eve?
I'm going anyway, but I'll be buying stock 1/3, 1/3 and 1/3 this week and the next two to hit bottom.