how do you know the crisis will worsen? I'm not saying I disagree, but want to know why you say the crisis will worsen
CLCT continues to do okay and remains a solid dividend stock. The addition to the Russell 2000 should bring in more and more institutional shares. If the insider selling stops, then the 10% haircuts should also stop and some of the short players will begin to cover; unless there's something else looming that we don't know about.
Where can you find this info? I've read the news articles links on the heavy insider buying but Yahoo doesn't give out the insider transaction info. Today the dividend pays out again and it's about 7 1/2% and they announced that September 15th they keep the 7 1/2% dividends coming
I know there's been news releases this spring and summer that have outlined the large insider buying moves; including very large purchases from the CEO
An hour into trading on a Monday morning and the stock has 0 volume. Incredible how a stock that's risen more than 50% in 5 months while paying a 7 1/2% dividend, has so little notice.
The only thing that stands in the way of Surge are the environmentalists, but the government and country are mostly positive on exporting natural gas and oil, so Surge should remain a great stock to hold. I've been holding a lot of shares and then taking some of the shares and selling on the pops higher and buying back on the dips. About 80% of my shares are strictly long term hold--that's my strategy for now
Are the numbers increased because of Asian markets or is this the American numbers for certified coins in America for this year compared to last year? More specifically, are the American numbers having a sharp increase or is the sharp increase a result of the Asian markets gaining interest?
dbtunr; unless you're an attorney, your opinions here have little merit, just as my opinions also have little merit. There are many excellent patent attorneys, so this might hurt CLCT. Although it Maybe; maybe not. I think CLCT is at a nice price to buy, but I'll hold off for now and see where this suit goes.
I'm not an attorney so I would have no idea if this lawsuit has any merit. My sense is that it doesn't, but it would help if the board had a lawyer out there. bjudge; are you an attorney?
Much of what you post is very off base. The heavy short positions might or might not be from this potential patent news. You have no idea at all and more likely this patent news is laughable and not to be taken seriously. I can't be sure but do not see this news as a worry. More worrie-some is the threat of a possible overall market correction and the continuous insider selling.
What is known from anyone with any experience in trading stocks, is that stocks that rise 25% or more in a year and see only insider selling, are attractive short plays. Short players also might see a red flag in this company's decision to have next to zero pr news. The fact that people need to rely on dbtunr to post card and coin numbers is very pathetic. This company's dead to the world when it comes to promoting their stock, which definitely factors into the short positions. If a patent lawsuit is a factor than that would be bad also, but I doubt it will be. All this said, the dividend remains the same and is very attractive and CLCT's basic numbers look good, so I'd think this is a decent opportunity to add some shares. Possibly in an overall market correction, some fund managers might look for some more conservative high dividend paying stocks.
So where's a link to the new patent case. Why post about a lawsuit if you're not going to provide the news story? As for dbtunr; your non-stop cheer leading is getting old as is your childish reporting of the posts I put out that warn about the insider selling
Do you have a link with law suit? I doubt a law suit would hold up in regard to grading terminology