I'm staying on for the ride. I'm not selling a share under $20. How often do you find a stock like this?
Anyone jumping off here will feel sick watching this thing keep moving up.
HIMX is a terrific example of a stock to just buy and hold.
Too many things going for it. Too much institutional demand. Too much potential for a home run.
It figures to be much higher in the future.
Anyone selling for a quick profit and hoping to get back in at a lower price risks being left behind in the dust.
I think the worst feeling is watching a stock run after you've sold it.
The best book ever on stock trading is "Reminiscenses of a Stock Operator", by Lefevre. It's a real classic and a great read. Some Wall St. Investment houses require every trader to read it. Read it and thank me later.
Wrong stock to daytrade or take small profits and hope for pullbacks.
This is a story stock with the best story you could imagine.
Could go much higher than anyone here could imagine.
And of course, anyone short this stock will get buried.
Sold all my shares at $10.57. I was in at an average cost of $5.57.
This is now the third time I've traded HIMX and made a large gain.
I'm just nervous about the overall market, and with such a large gain, I decided to sell and stay on the sidelines with this one.
I'm sure I'll buy it back again, hoping to wait for a lower entry point, and possibly after a market dip.
I wish everyone here good luck - I know HIMX will be much higher at some point in the future.
This is fun.
Been adding to my position over last two years.
Have gone from a loss to a nice gain.
I think its going well over a buck - I'm not selling here.
Too many good things in the pipeline.
Well, I bought back in at $10.46. Will add more on dips. This stock is just too strong to tank.
And I know we're going much higher long term.
I just had such a large portion of my total portfolio in HIMX that it made sense to cash in a large profit.
RVLT went from $.45 to $5.50 in this past year.
If things start really happening here, maybe we can do it too.
That just shows you what is possible with a $.45 stock when it catches fire.
This stock is near its base, and treading water on low volume. I think it's a good time to buy here, which I've done the last two weeks, and we should see a nice move back to the 7's on any good news. Longer term it could move back over 10. It's a well-run, profitable company with good demand for its software. JMHO.
Thanks, danjohn. I made $15K earlier this year on CIMT, and I couldn't resist buying back in under $6.00, which I did over the past two weeks. I still think it's cheap at this level.
CIMT is a well-run software company with great potential for years of continuing growth and expansion, imho.
As I said, it'll move on any good news, and with Chardan initiating coverage with a Buy rating and a $10 price target, we're on our way back up!
Too many people want in, and are hoping to buy on dips.
HIMX just has too much potential to explode as Glass gets ready to ramp up.
Daytraders will miss out on the big move yet to come. JMHO.
CIMT has less than 10 million shares total, with a float of 7.5 million shares.
So really, for a very profitable, well-run company with a long track record in a key area of tech and manufacturing, there are still a pitifully small number of shares out there.
On news or positive outlook, this could move much higher.
Maybe I'm wrong, but I think it's cheap at this price, and I think $9.50 is about as low as it will go.
Just too much upside long-term. Next year this baby should be in the teens once Glass launches.
Everything I see conforms to this notion. It is being lowered each day in an orderly fashion, as the Big Boys accumulate shares.
"Buying on the dips" is the way to play this stock.
I'm now fully loaded up again, after cashing in for the third time this year a nice profit.
I am not sweating next week's earnings. I think what's more important is the guidance, which I believe will be positive.
This stock is a "story stock", and the story is so good, we're in a real sweet spot at the nexus of the Next Big Thing.
My plan now is to hold well into next year, when I fully expect we'll see some dramatic upward moves.
JMHO, and GLTA.
With this type of action, on big volume, I think there is probably some news out there that we will find out about in the weeks to come.
What is also likely happening is that the MMs, after a month of holding this in a narrow range in the low to mid 9s, are now letting it loose. We could see a nice runup between now and New Year's.
Still, anyone selling their stock and cashing out will risk potential big moves in the coming year.
I still believe possibly the best thing to do with a stock like this is just hold it for another year.
We could see it hit $30 sometime next year, and maybe twice that the year after.
JMHO, everyone do their own DD.