This might be the coming news that boosted Pixie's share price today.
Am I 'rite'.
Cast 'you're' vote.
Kel if we can get $13.65 X 2 for Pixie I won't be too upset.
How about you?
Copy and paste this in the Google Search Bar.
Read the whole article. Making money is nice but avoiding losses
should always be RULE NUMBER 1
You started to turn cautious on September 1 with the share price at $23 ! I will be the first one to say that
we need you on this board. Plus you are an honest man because most others will sell and then come back
and bash mostly.
I was hoping you would come back and I will be paying attention to your posts if you write any.
What price did you buy back at, because I know it's very hard for anyone to make 2 good calls in a row?
The wood farmer from Downeast Maine;
And you aren't doing any good by replying to their messages, so shut
Kelly, this is just an assumption on your part. Others have said the same, probably after reading
what you have said.
As long as PEIX owned at least 51% they could do a deal.
"If they Are being acquired they Need the Other 4% before any Talk,"
Jon, if you "knew how to play the PEIX Game", you wouldn't have spent the last decade
nickel and dimin' and fiddling and diddling with it.
Do you realize Netflix has moved from about $54 to $450 while you have been pumping this
and then instantly selling for years? NFLX is just one example. Of course you are always nice enough to
tell everyone who is no doubt smarter than you, not to use margin!
Naturally if your "portfolio" consists of PEIX and PAL, then it's certainly dangerous to use
You teacher if you need help with words;
P.S. Here is hoping you have big feet.
You should say where that came from because I doubt those are your own words.
For one thing, it is proofread...
A drop in the share price of a stock you like is a chance to buy. If you can't
buy, go play Golf or go for a run. If you sell in a panic, you always sell cheap.
Those words are much more valuable that what you copied and pasted.
Let's talk about "paid bashers" and how much they get per reply, etc. Some kid
wrote about a dozen pages of #$%$ on that subject also.
Do you think MMs or market makers, I assume that mm stands for, do you think they are doing something illegal? Because that is what you and thousands of other investors are accusing them of.
I think we have investors who are concerned about the dropping in the price of oil and the weakness there.
Maybe investors are right to sell PEIX, short term anyway.
That's sounds right. Thanks for your post.
I am surprised that there are any warrants left with an average exercise price of $8.00. At $23.97 they had a triple, rounded
and didn't take it. So we have some big money that thinks Pixie is worth a lot, not just you and I and
Kelly and Balding. LOL
It's always good to keep up to date on this:
"As of November 11, 2014, there were 24,484,605 shares of Pacific Ethanol, Inc. common stock, $0.001 par value per share, outstanding."
So that should be latest number of shares outstanding as you read this.
How does this sound Shorty?
From the 10Q:
"We retired a total of $64.8 million in debt in the nine months ended September 30, 2014, eliminating all parent level debt and reducing our consolidated third-party debt at the Pacific Ethanol Plant level to $17.0 million."
Can you twist that so it looks bad, Mr. Pessimist?