Dianne Feinstein (and husband #$%$ Blum) are big, long term shareholder of ITT Tech (ESI). Feinstein's job is to protect the company from the barbs Washington is throwing at taxpaying education.
Feinstein tactics have made her made her fabulously wealthy and ESI is a chance to jump on board her gravy train. She is in the powerful inner-circle of the machine, so ESI is fully potected.
When ESI goes up on up days and up on down days...why would anyone stay short ESI?
The Deutsche Bank Analyst is Paul Ginocchio. He is a giant in the industry and his calls move markets.
He is the BEST analyst on the Street and has been for many years.
ESI has the means to start an even bigger buyback program like the 100s of millions dollars it has spent in past years buying stock. This could reduce the number of share down to under 20 million shares.
Also, recent graduates are seeing big job offers in the improving economy. It is rumors that entire classes of nurses and business degree students are being hired BEFORE GRADUATING!!!
ITT Tech is a big winner in the this improving economy!!!
I make the money you lose...until you give up and stick to sucking-up to your boss with your potty mouth.
I care about one thing...making money. You worry about things that have little to do with the stock price.
What is your motive? Pump your ego, feel like a big shot? Why aren't you making money?
You're a PIKER! (Go ahead and look it up)... I give you valuable information and you too stupid to bend over and pick-up the money.
This market is driving shorts to cover. VRA is a sound, growing company and the shorts will struggle to cover their shares.
A short squeeze. Exponential move is coming/started.
Hang on for the ride. There are 9M shares that need to be bought and very little supply.
My share are being held until $50, $60 maybe $70. Relax and drink some sweet tea!
Wow, you were right...
I'm glad I listened to you, or rather me...
Hang onto your hats...and your shares.
TSLA, NFLX, GMCR all up in pre-market...ESI to follow the heavily shorted, though ESI is the most shorted and by far, the cheapest.
I cannot see ESI sitting at this price very long...higher highs on the way!
These stocks are all driven my high short interest and low float. Combine with with a bull market and prices go higher.
ESI is the only one that is also a value at the current price!
This is just the start of the short squeeze...no share available to buy!!
It will be interesting this Friday...Those short ESI will NOT want to be short over the weekend.
Who needs this nightmare wrecking a perfectly good weekend...Their clients will pay-up for ESI on Friday.
I am trying to remember were the quote came from, Reminiscences of a Stock Operator or Where Are All The Customer's Yachts.