first of all who the heck is Lakewood, second I think his name is actually Bozo
These are always short term events
Respect, you basically feel anyone long is a moron, is that respect. Seems to me this year both long and short has been right over time.
so what kind of a firm do you work at?
for a guy that doesn't enlighten for free you sure got a lot to say. As far as your services, regardless of your returns who could hack your personality. I have been an adviser for 20+ years, you actually have to get along with people.
If this is your only board why do you post all day every day. Enlighten us
Take a look at BEAT for a small cap. Just got hit on modest news and looks like a good entry point. They are signing lots of agreements with large providers and they do cardiac monitoring, should be positioned well for health care
Your obviously not dumb but I really don't need you to tell me your truth every time I speak, just back of. Why don't you just post your topics/subject and whoever wants to engage will, if no one does that should tell you something. Your entitled to your point of view but the way you do it is aggravating and condescending
Just back off everyone
welcome back first
Bruce jackson is the analyst at Lake, here is his bio FYI
Bruce is a senior healthcare research analyst with more than twenty years of experience both on and off Wall Street. He focuses on companies poised to benefit from changes in the healthcare system and the drive for better patient outcomes at lower cost. In May, 2011, Bruce received an FT/StarMine Analyst Award for being the Number 1 stock picker in Health Care Equipment and Supplies and was named a Wall Street Journal All-Star for stock picking in Health Equipment & Supplies. Prior to becoming a Wall Street analyst, he served with Abbott Laboratories as a Project Manager in the Hospital Products Division, and as a Market Planner in the Abbott Diagnostics Division. Bruce began his Wall Street career at Vector Securities and has held senior analyst positions at Wachovia, RBC, Morgan Joseph TriArtisan, and Northland Securities. Bruce received a BA degree from University of Wisconsin and an MBA in General Management from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.
Events that shake confidence take time to work through, it doesn't happen in a day or so. At some point a company statement would be helpful. This stock has also had a massive run up this year and some profit taking would not be unreasonable. That was a really bad day based on price and volume, it definitely scared several longs on this board out. Let the selling dissipate, stock is trying to find support