What foolish nonsense. You don't understand the FED at all, and your discourse on it is ridiculous.
dc, I see it on the Yahoo chart. However, go to nasdaqcom, extended hours for GILD, and see that what you & Steve Davis saw, is now GONE. And there is another fictitious trade at 15:07pm at 95.8977 for a silly 1,064 shares. In the end, it means NOTHING, so why all this reading into what amounts to meaningless nonsense? I do apologize for telling you to stop posting falsehoods, as you probably did see it on Fast Money, as they are getting the garbage feed from the NASDAQ, who erased it anyway.
You won't get any answer, because his "few brokers" nonsense is a phony attempt to pump the stock. Everyone wants it to go up, but don't post rubbish like this.
Hey Stupid SteveDavis. I know far more than you. NASDAQ is in error. My brokerage's Time & Sales shows no trade at 5:00pm. Furthermore, common sense would tell anyone that no stock trading at $82 would trade at 97.0424, which, by the way, any 4 digit decimal number is an institutional trade. No retail trader will ever get 4 decimal points, and that is fact.
How foolish. The stock goes down even more, and everyone rushes in to buy. Wait for it to hit the high 70's, where it's headed.
BACK AGAIN! You are a hateful, bashing, INSANE STALKER. You want to see an idiot? Look at yourself in the mirror
CORRECTION: Could have sold at 83.44 at 1:26pm. Half hour before wretched announcement. Then bought back (or not) at 82.50 at 2:30pm. On a large number of shares this is significant.
Here we have almost EVERYONE predicting that a rate hike would be probable, why did the Market (including my own stupid self) not Sell their stocks when the DOW was up 100 points? How could anyone expect that Yellen would say there would be no consideration of a rate hike in June? We should have taken advantage of the stupidity that drove the market up before the announcement.
I could have sold my GILD at 83.30, even an hour before the Minutes, and now it's in the 82.50's. If you think the market will go back up, I think you're barking up the wrong tree. The IBB? It was up 1.6% and is now 0.5%. Most all stocks are down, and going down more, except the Banks. That's what should have been bought before the minutes.
There are hardly ANY Chinese companies that don't lie and manipulate their reported figures. Even BABA, who was making heavy claims of ferreting out the counterfeit goods, just lied to everyone. Michael Kors & Gucci & finally Tiffany protested so strongly, that BABA was removed as a member of the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition. Why? Because counterfeit goods were STILL being sold of these and other companies, with BABA doing nothing about it, but simply lied about it. Wonderful Jack Ma.
And, you expect CTRP to be honest and successful? Add to that, China's economy is continually getting worse. They can't even manipulate their horrid Industrial Production, GDP, CPI, etc., which continues to destroy the whole world markets. BEWARE!
You sound like you have the score on this company's modus operandi, and it is sickening.
All finviz gives is a disturbing chart, and a list of analysts' ratings when you search for FEYE. Clicking on Insider brings up a list of all different companies, and none of the transactions are for FEYE. So, what's up with your info, dude?
I went to Insider Money. There is nothing of much value there. The latest insider purchase by Berry of a piddly 16,500 shares. To add to his measly 226,144 shares? That hardly shows much conviction in his company. Dewalt also bought similar amounts of shares back on Nov. 6, (must have been right around earnings), and Berry bought a whopping 13,500. No one else bought anything between these dates. What does that say?
On the Sell sde, Aziz sold a good number of shares on 10/21 & 10/22 when the stock was close to $30; although he held a huge number of shares and must still own them if this sight has accurate & complete information. Probably most of the huge number of shares he owns were accumulated from stock options, so when he saw the price going down, he didn't sell as they were free or so cheap that it didn't matter to him. Plus, he didn't know where the price of the stock was going.
So, I don't find this information to tell me much of anything.
What kind of nonsense is this? "I got a message from a broker firm to buy FEYE right away." Do you take us for fools? You probably made this up, because if you didn't, you'd supply the source. And, even if you did, any investor with sense wouldn't give a speck of credence to some shark brokerage sending you a ridiculous message to buy RIGHT NOW.
This post should be BUMPED up daily, as it contains postings written by some very sharp & knowledgeable people. A number of these posts are somewhat hidden, as you must click on numerous arrows that bring you to more sub-arrows, and that is where much of the hidden gems lay.
Having the misfortune of buying before earnings in the upper 16's, I'm pretty devastated. However, if you read everything here, you will see there are no clear answers. FEYE is a buyout candidate, but so are other security companies. They have an innovative subscription model that is not cheap, but provides security way more advanced than many of the other companies, that use firewall-based, physical 'items'. Herein lies the problem: the subscription model with FEYE's advanced & superior security developments is not reported under Revenue in an earnings report.
I spoke to Investor Relations in detail, but I must admit my comprehension & knowledge of security is rather minimal; hence, I didn't fully understand all FEYE relayed to me. The best I can make of it is that the subscriptions are for 1 or 3 year periods, and the profit is not realized in an earnings report until these subscriptions come to maturity and are "realized" income. Perhaps those with a higher knowledge level than mine could comment, and I think we would all appreciate it.