MMs have been holding it down. THis is not fair for a company going thru huge growth.
At least I won't be waking up to any surprises but last quarter was nice because we saw the spike. This time may be even sweeter.
Missed the low yesterday to get in but still wanting to jump in if there is a pullback in the next few days. CEO starting today is good and some cheer leading going on and first thing he needs to tackle is the release of 10Q.
I don't think that some bargain hunters will still drop the price in the morning to get in.
That sounds strange that they will move it to announce after market close vs. pre-market like they used to be.
wondering what the runup is ?
I would not buy now, probably waiting for the testimonial to start. Shorts may be running this up now.
No one in China will pay for content. They have these set top boxes that you buy on Alibaba's site that you is like an AppleTV device. It enables lots of free movies (abeit illegal). Plus China government needs to control content and would sensor a lot of films. Given that Alibaba has insider connection, I think they have home game's advantage as well. It is not easy for NFLX to enter.
I cancelled my subscription at the end of March so they lost me. I have Amazon Prime and I don't care about the original content from NFLX. I can't find any international movies I like in NFLX. Tired of them. They should be trading in the 50s.
I hope so. Currently, the shorts are focused on the cancellations and other cities giving small orders but it is okay that other companies are getting the bids. That goes to show competition and TASR is not buying their way to get more orders. So far the cameras have been focused on police officers but this could be a good tool for security guards and fire fighters as well.
Given that there is actually news release today on orders, it may closer higher at the close. This may be the beginning of a slew of orders that will be released. Shorts beware.
Hey anyone dealing with government has some kind of special deals. What about Northup ? Boeing ? You think they don't have any dirty dealings. Probably a lot more considering the price tag of the contracts.