Did you ever once think that his activity actually reduced the volatility of the stock??? I didn't think so.
Yes, even though it is perfectly appropriate to discuss trades and trading on a stock board, the board Nazis- here will only condone posting long related items regardless if they are true, false, or misleading. They even condone endless and mindless cut and paste postings that may or may not relate to the stock.
In the end, your posts are appropriate and feel free to discuss your trading even though I am not a trader myself.
Regardless of your pure speculation, maybe longer or in weeks.
Nice job and hope you get back in. I have a huge position for me but the risk of missing the next leg up is too great for me to trade in and out. Some of the pumpers on the board will think it blasphemy yet the hypocrites sold out themselves at the last run up. Of course, they will also shower you with thumbs down and ridicule any comment that isn't 100% long whether true or not. Good luck!!!
Thanks for passing along your source. I sure wouldn't believe Seeking Alpha. The company was clear on what it was intending so I wouldn't start the dropping ball on times square for the end of september.
Where do you get 5 days and the end of quarter stuff? The original announcement was before the third quarter results were released which can be another month off.
"As a result of recent experience, and in connection with its regular review of claims reserve assumptions for its long term care insurance products, the company is conducting a comprehensive review of the adequacy of its claim reserves. The company intends to complete this review before the release of financial results for the third quarter of 2014. "
I owned this about 7-9 years ago and fortunately made money. They have made some big acquisitions for their size over the last ten years but the share price range has not really changed. In fact, they are trading at the lower end. Hopefully they can start making an impact on the bottom line. I actually like KTCC in this space.
Yes, I missed the last few buying opportunities that corresponded with his posts.
I know nothing about the industry but picked that up on the conference call. Unfortunately, I don't think the replay is still available.
No mention of HIMX in the latest teardown.
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