Read the paper duh. A penny stock which was always 1-2- 3 dollars per share before bankruptcy doesn't jump to 16 just because the reorganization was approved on the 16 of October, lol. Read the announcement it is very easy to read and why it jumped to 16.
I have to admit I bought GTAT on the hype of Apple and against my judgement but I could not believe that the stock kept going up and up with those miserable earnings, I mean there are sometime "bad/good" ER like HIMX or PXLW, and bad/really bad ER like GTAT every single Q. One day in August I felt the urge to sell all. Now It might get somewhere maybe 1 or 2 if it comes out of chapter 11.
maybe at this price of about 60 cents we can make some money. I sold at 18.02 in August so I am not worried if it goes to 0. Anyone?
I can't find anything, I would have expected that at least Northland or even Craig-Hallum would have said something by now.
now I can freely and politely criticize my boss actually ex-boss on twitter :) I resigned because of the frustration with some decisions made in the last 12 months of so I did not agree with but I will always root for my now former employers to continue to achieve great success.
Now regarding HIMX, think about, if there was no provision for GOOG to acquire more of HIMX display units, today everything was ok. It looks like GOOG and HIMX will continue the partnership, even though GOOG could have afforded to lose money in the investment, I feel GOOG knows that HIMX is a creative and valuable company. The continued partnership is a testament that GOOG will use HIMX product in future projects. I hope Wu will be able to talk about it in the conference.
Because as of 2-3 months ago Yahoo has decided to no longer show SA and Motley Fool articles.
Glu Mobile: Coming Unglued...
by Sonya Colberg, Senior Investigative Reporter, 10/7/2014 9:51:39 AM
Kim Kardashian and crew’s fading “reign of terror,” first grabbed the imagination of mainstream media less than a year ago. It seems Ms. Kardashian’s post-baby bikini shot plastered on US Weekly’s cover sold 100,000 fewer magazines than usual and sounded the warning that the star’s popularity is beginning to drain away quicker than you can say, “Snap a salacious selfie!”
That’s downright depressing news … for Glu Mobile (GLUU).
The 13-year-old San Francisco, Calif. mobile game maker’s free game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood initially rocketed the share price to the stars from $3.78 to $7.47, higher than any time since 2007.
But most investors didn’t realize that when the company launched the game app on June 25, GLUU arrived late to the Kardashian party.
Ms. Kardashian’s fading stardom is just the beginning of an A-list of slipups that we believe make GLUU stock an ugly bet:
SLIP-UP NUMBER 1 - Kim Kardashian has taken a dramatic free-fall since the game’s debut.
Downloads of the Kim apps have fallen, reflecting the namesake’s fading popularity. The download rank is trending downward. Kim captured number 69 overall in iPhone download ranking in early September, as the chart below shows. But the ranking has tumbled precipitously to number 163.