GILD, DRYS (a real dog right now but has been known to gain very nicely and suddenly - kinda just sitting on it till it pops - bought it real cheap.
Sure looks like it's being orchestrated perfectly for whatever devious reasons. Probably the main reason why some are chucking the stock and moving on to others. Monotony is a beeyotch.
All of that is very true but you haven't allowed any room for the element of GREED, a most powerful thing in the overall pricing of a stock. Fear and greed head the list of motivators.
The foregoing message was brought to you by the good folks over at Short the Hell out GILD and by a recently released mental patient at Sunnybrook Farm.
I don't see default or BK as a possibility. Co. has a whole lot of problems but will survive.
If that turns out to be true or even close, the P/E would end up being under 10 at current PPS. That would cause a huge turnaround for the stock so let's reserve that thought for the wishful thinking file.
Your "insider dumping" is nothing more than normal option exercise at work. The parties doing the most of it have plenty of shares in reserve. Nice try though trying to rattle a long's cage. It's what you do best.
It's like dealing with a mafioso - you know he's crooked but if he can help you out some way, you'll go along for the ride. Sad but true.
Also, "put up 10 cents for Q3" - are you saying a net profit of 10 cents after all is said and done or 10 cent profit on a part or parts of their balance sheet?
At every step in the way, GILD's hep C treatment has been met with one after another doubts such as pricing, congressional hearings, competition, approvals or acceptance by various organizations. It's gotten to the point where there's more negativity than positive comments on a drug that is a blockbuster treatment ready for use and CURES a very dreaded worldwide disease. What's it going to take to shake off all this talk and gain universal acceptance?
The price went up a dollar from its low of the day and if this was orchestrated to make that buck, it should back to the low of the day or so. Let's wait and see.
That's a pretty bold prediction, audio. Is this based on mathematical computation or just a wild guess like wishful thinking? Eagerly awaiting your reply.
I read somewhere that the agreement reads GE has to the ability to sell them but I think it subject to approval of the lender or whoever is on the other side of this agreement.
Can't tell at this point if they're pushing this around up and down for quick profits or it's bargain basement prices attracting buyers. Watching to see how this plays out.
The only "real problem" I'm having is being barraged by shorts when the stock is down and having to suffer through their smug remarks. Your remarks are duly noted - now, get lost.
You short artists seem to disappear when the stock is doing well and then reappear when it's down. Go ahead and give us your doom and gloom outlook and how much money you're going to make by shorting it. We need some comic relief.