I'm thinking the stock sold off today because there was some confusion about the 13G filing today.
I had my TV volume a little low, and I heard them mention Therapeutics MD and Jeffries, but I thought they said he would be coming up next after the commercial. They were just quoting the analyst saying that TXMD was going to $18. The video is right on the front page here.
You are a bald faced LIAR, so far he has not come on yet. CNBC did this same thing last week, they said somebody was coming on after the commercial and talk about a stock, and nobody ever came on ? About ten or minutes ago they said somebody from Jeffries will be on to talk about Therapeutics MD , and the stock price doubling. Doesn't now look like it's going to happen.
I had my T.V. volume low, but the guy said some analyst from Jeffries will be coming on saying TXMD is going to double.
This was about five minutes ago.
You have to take into consideration that ALL of the tradable shares traded ownership almost 2 1/2 times today.......ALL of them.
So there are no more owners of the stock at the lower prices, they're ALL gone.
Nearly traded ALL outstanding shares today, traded the float almost 2 1/2 times over.
Personally I'm sticking with this one for awhile. This very definitely could get scooped up by a big company with their petty cash. It will be jumping around, just don't get psyched out staring at every tick.
This isn't a video game, this one could turn out to be BIG money !
At least that's what it looks like to me...........and THREE analysts.
You want to try and short a stock that as you can see can double right before your eyes ? LOL. Good Luck !
To begin where are you going to find shares to short with this low of a float?
AND..... if you do manage to find some, AND it continues it's run............you will have to panic to cover ?
Look back earlier in the year when it popped to over $20.
bee.burger...."I have written my last will and testimony"
"last will and testimony" ?
What is your "testimony" ?
Sounds like you have diarrhea of the mouth.
I always get a kick out of you total amateurs that think the SEC is going to get involved in this, and the SEC is going to get involved in that.
Hey stupid, do you really think it's all that hard to panic some people in a thinly traded stock when.......the market was down over 350 points in pre-market? It has shown several times it can pop right back just as fast.
Okay let me get your logic straight. So what you are suggesting is that a person would be putting a device on their leg.......to kill pain.....that they did not know they had ?
Scratching my head thinking about this one.
Why did I not think of this ?
Because I credit myself with a little more common sense than this ?
Yeah that's it.
Whenever I buy anything on Amazon (and I buy a lot) I ALWAYS read the reviews before I buy, and after reading the reviews about the QUELL Device, I'm thinking NURO is going to be a big winner, with some patience of course. On the reviews on Amazon there are always going to be negative reviews, but the majority of them for QUELL are extremely positive. What I did notice on the negative reviewers, it appears that a lot of them simply are not technology literate, meaning they do NOT calibrate the device correctly.
One glaring example, a reviewer complaining that the device does not do what it is supposed to do, automatically run for 60 minutes, then not run for 60 minutes, she says it only runs for 60 minutes then turns off and does not come back on. She has to turn it back on every 60 minutes herself. Another reviewer chimed in and informed her she wasn't calibrating it right, telling her that she has to have four of the lights on the device lit to automatically cycle every 60 minutes, she only has ONE light lit. Her comeback is that she has arthritis and can not bend over far enough to see how many lights are lit while it is on her leg. Conclusion :
It is NOT the device that is faulty.......it is some of the people that can not follow the directions.
This is going to be a good one !
Good Luck !
Whoever is on the other end of this deal must know a little bit more than you, or me or, anybody else on this message board......dontcha think ?
Use a little common sense.
Hey mym123z, kinda funny you telling others to read carefully. What good is it doing you............when you do not understand what you are reading ?
A person on the Board of Directors a (director) is an INSIDER.
A director has privileged inside information regarding the company they are a director of.
That's why when a director of a company buys stock, especially a big chunk of stock, in the company they are a director of........a lot of attention is paid to that by us......OUTSIDERS.
Just because a poster might have phrased the person's status in the company that bought the stock wrong, that does not mean they are lying, they just didn't know the exact right position the person held........BUT.....the guy still is an INSIDER, that's all that really is important. He plunked a big chunk of his change down on the stock........for a good reason, and sooner or later all of us OUTSIDERS will find out.