unbelievable that this company releases no news, generates no interest. the stock sits and languishes day after day at .43 cents. the company really has a responsibilty to do a bit more for shareholders here.
this type of trading seems similar to other companies that have been bought out that I have followed. price is artifically kept low it appears. NANX does seem undervalued at the moment, the price may stay down for some time but i think eventually will go back over a dollar either by buyout or trading to be kept on the Nasdaq.
why does this company keep losing so much money? i was thinking of investing based on some fundementals, but it appears there is a lingering possiblilty of insolvency. any comments?
they are just shaking out some weak hands. Company should be trading much higher than $2.46 a share, especially after stellar earnings and new credit facility. after $3 next stop is $5 a share.
this isn't looking good here....... i sold at 5.07 on the day of the allegra lawsuit news just to be safe. seems as if support is broken here. I think the fundemental issue at hand is that this company has had it's fair share of bad news recently, with a little positive news interspersed. i think long term could have potenial but the short term? could be anyones call.
seems to be factored in here, that ruling was issued on January 14. Sounds like just the appeal that was filed. Also, does anyone know what consequence OTC Allegra in March has on the finances of AMRI? seems as if it would be a positive for AMRI as sales would increase. thanks.
Just happens to be Nanophase's largest customer. this should bode well
for NANX, i wouldn't be suprised if they bought out NANX.
the last time they did an offering the price was about the same, $2.31
the stock dropped and than almost doubled. they have been around for many years and have many candidates in the pipeline. don't let the shorts have there way. better days ahead in my opinion.
i am going to call there today. a bit puzzling how the stock dropped from 12 to 4 in a matter of a few months when the market is down a fraction of that.
a 70% correction on news that really wasn't so bad is unexplainable.
excellent point, when did the market stop rewarding debt free companies with decent growth? not sure what i am missing with AGYS but definitly seems oversold at this point....
yes, you f*cking irresposible idiots at BP destroying the enviroment over a few lousy oil dollars. maybe the CEO should be coated in Oil like one of those helpless sea birds or turtles and set an example for the next bunch of idiots that do something like this. i am sure bad karma will get you people for this.
does this make sense, there was a guidance a bit lower than expected?
did anyone hear anything else...... i kwow this stock is volatile but this may be a little overdone here.