Nice holidays in Maine...don't blame you for leaving Arkansas...rated as worse state to retire in.
Oh and thanks for your sage advice on GERN. Wouldn't want to sell out too early as you advised in AST.
Any other words of wisdom?
Lately they've been dropping the price on much smaller dumps , mainly in the afternoon when buying activity subsides.
I agree logic would have it but o Wall Street it's not hard to do with HFT platforms bidding up small increments of blocks sparking higher d3emand and then selling off into that demand dropping price and then repeating this process. I forget which day I saw 158.3K blocks ...at least 20 of them pushed through the day. If those were buys the fundamental support would have held up. We soon dropped back down. I haven't seen any current filings on sells other than those of the compensation committee chair for options. Blackrock, State & FMR increased their position a month ago.
I believe he referred to them as 'super investors'
"'Weak on High Relative Volume' stocks are worth watching because major volume moves tend to indicate underlying activity such as material stock news, analyst downgrades, insider selling, selling from 'superinvestors,' or that hedge funds and traders are piling out of a stock ahead of a catalyst. Regardless of the impetus behind the price and volume action, when a stock moves with strength and volume it can indicate the start of a new trend on which early investors can capitalize (or avoid losses by trimming weak positions). In the event of a well-timed trading opportunity, combining technical indicators with fundamental trends and a disciplined trading methodology should help you take the first steps towards investment success."
I never put much validity in these articles by the street but I still can't get past that volume conundrum we saw. Maybe indifferent drummer can comment on that con-un-drum.
What was your impression of that relatively huge volume we saw a couple weeks back when SP hit $4.50 and 2 vol days of over 25mil? Where those short related or a large trader exiting his position. (as Cramer alluded to in his summary 4 days ago?)
If I fried my breakfast eggs as long as Chippy fries GERN's shorts they'd be diamonds by now. @24.7 mil and holding/rotating I doubt they're weak in the knees like some longer term investors are convalescing on the gerny.
actually they were down yesterday to 24.4 mil but added/rotated another 300K this morning. They're SLOWLY trending down.
mind over matter Hairy...it's all in the spell you cast. Remember GERON is tantamount to becoming the next philosopher stone, a substance that bestows everlasting life.
Rather stick to log-linear than poison regression. They can at least help float your boat when the 'free' radicals attempt to oxidize your larder.
GERN is more akin to 'a basket ball' than it's shareholders which more or less have collectively become 'a basket case' 8=3l
no I'm just relieved my worst fears of a total meltdown weren't realized. Nothing like a recovery from a total SP whack
...but it's down $.82 cents since March 13. GERN is bouncing like a rubber ball. This is a very unstable sign.
Maybe because you're flabbergasted by the new math? We are actually down 90 cents from March 13's high of $4.49 That's approaching 20%
buying MEIP ? I never thought anyone would say that on the GERN board after all this is the only stock to buy according to our resident pumpers