Directors Bostock and Mattson both show direct buys over the last two years without any sells so your statement isn't 100% accurate.
Like Pinocchio, your nose keeps growing longer and longer.
When you look over the committee that chooses the winners and the winners themselves for the last 30 or so years, you have to agree that it is nothing more than a Liberal Admiration Society and most of the winners are empty suits - e.g. Obama, Paul Krugman immediately come to mind but there are many others unworthy of special recognition or even average recognition. For the most part, they are dismal failures in their respective fields but the committee singles them out because it reinforces their liberal agenda. I truly feel sorry for the many more deserving folks who have not been selected or totally overlooked in the nomination process.
A few more days like this one and I'll pop open the champagne.
Money managers and brokers play both sides of the fence and any remarks by them by any means should be avoided. Their mission is to make money for themselves first and primary - the peasants get the crumbs off the table once they've consumed the banquet.
We have different trading techniques. You chase this thing up and down buying in and getting out at so many different points that it's impossible to determine if you're actually making any money. I buy and sell in one, clear and unchanged strategy which simply is to make a profit and move on rather than to dwell in it and try to catch every intraday move and try to make everyone think you're the best thing since sliced bread. Using your own money rather than your broker's gives you an appreciation for smaller short term profits and preservation of capital. Now you can go ahead and take your cheap shot - something you excel at.
In at 2.97, out at 3.23. Why? Too many Georges to deal with. We've had to deal with Economou's neverending manipulations and strategic moves, then comes George Soros who I wouldn't trust any further that I can throw him, then along came a verbal assault by Clooney which ticked off Elon. What's next? George Bush? George Zimmerman? I love George Carlin but unfortunately he's dead. Good luck to those longs who persevere with DRYS - I'm taking the money and run. See ya again when opportunity knocks.
Since last post, Eagle finished up 17% and I couldn't find any plausible reason why. Their ER wasn't just #$%$, it was real #$%$ and their forward guidance was basically"well, you know, it's a tough business right now but if rates go way up, everything's going to be just great." JR Mills reason that EGLE has supramaxes didn't quite make the cut for reason able explanation.
Yeah, and I predict Obama will tell the nation that he and his party screwed up royally and is going to repeal Obamacare.
One helluva dead cat bounce - up 12%!. ER was pretty dismal so this kind of bounce makes no sense. Is it the old "Well, we expected even far worse so bad news is good news?"
odel: If you follow his advice, you'll be BK in no time. Look thru all his many postings and that will confirm what I just said. "Maroon"? I haven't heard that one since I last watched a Bugs Bunny cartoon. Is that a New Yorker's way of saying moron?
I've done so may times but they're like the itch you cannot scratch - the fly that continues to hang around after numerous attempts to shoo it away. Some of their "foolish" contributors are way out in left field and this produces reports that are heavily biased, ambiguous and agenda driven not to mention their constant need to prop up their own recommended stocks and chastise competing stocks.
osulin: You're like the proverbial bad penny that keeps rolling back. After years of enduring your ridiculous posts on a bazillion boards, all I got to say is 'GET A JOB" - you've got way too much idle time on your hands.
Seems to be unwilling to break the 119 barrier although selling pressure is not dissipating. Must be driving the shorts crazy that TSLA just will not break down any more. Praying for some good news so they'll get a dose of nervousness just like the longs have been experiencing. I'm sure they've convinced themselves that it will eventually break down and their constant badmouthing on this board is a reminder to us. That too will disappear at the first sign TSLA is alive and well. Shorts are like cockroaches - turn on the lights and they all scatter like the vermin they are.
If that scenario is played out in a conventional car, isn't the outcome equal or worse than in a Tesla? I can't distinguish any difference. Consumer Reports rated it as very crashworthy and the best car yet the handwringing continues.
Thanks. At least there's consistency in the way this company's stock is manipulated. Like walking through a minefield.
If you drive like a maniac or with reckless abandon and run over large objects in the road or into a wall, Tesla Model S cars may experience fires? That's it? Gee, who would have ever thought?
Can't find anything on it anywhere. Hard for DRYS to make headway if he's selling at the same time.
What you probably are witnessing is a large spread between bid and ask in the AH and doesn't merit any attention since wild swings are common. I've seen some stocks up a buck or more only to settle just around where the stock closed. It's all very entertaining but not to be construed as meaningful or having any effect on the next day's action.