"have you seen the short interest on this stock??"
it's not even on the top 50 stocks with the largest short interest
3D Systems Corporation
Air Methods Corporation
Alliance Data Systems Corporation
American Equity Investment Life Holding
Apollo Group, Inc.
Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
CARBO Ceramics Inc.
Cliffs Natural Resources Inc.
Deckers Outdoor Corporation
Digital Realty Trust, Inc.
Francesca's Holdings Corporation
Frontier Communications Corporation
GameStop Corp. Class A
Heartland Payment Systems, Inc.
IPG Photonics Corporation
j2 Global, Inc.
Lexmark International, Inc. Class A
Liquidity Services, Inc.
NII Holdings, Inc. Class B
Pitney Bowes Inc.
Polypore International, Inc.
Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company
Radian Group Inc.
Sarepta Therapeutics, Inc.
Sodastream International Ltd
U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc.
, J.C. Penney is hard to Read
That's all he said
SunEdison just announced public offering of 30 mln shares of common stock and I am sure they can get a loan because they just announced one
Look at the The home builders to see what a real rally looks like
Dryshippers are next!!
You posted earlier that Bioscrip said the investigation is civil in nature.
get lost clown!!
from last year
U.S. project developer SunEdison has added $40 million to its project finance revolving credit facility, for utility scale and distributed solar projects in the U.S. and Ontario. The new capital is available immediately.
The additional $40 million is the result of adding a new lender, in the form of TD Bank Group. Existing partner Deutsche Bank manages the revolving credit. Portigon is the other partner in the facility
There was a press release issued Monday night from a law firm looking to scrounge up investors for a class action. Short interest on the name is at 3.26 million shares, or 7.5 percent of float.
"rates for Panamax vessels have been rallying alongside Capesize vessels since August, while Supramax vessels appear to be gaining some momentum."
Many industry analysts are now drawing parallels between BlackBerry and Nortel Networks Corp, the now-defunct Canadian telecom equipment giant.
Both companies, at their peaks, were the largest publicly listed names on the Toronto Stock Exchange. But as Nortel's revenue collapsed, it dumped employees in repeated restructurings and was eventually broken up and sold in parts.
BlackBerry has already hired advisors to look at finding a buyer for all or some of the company.
Given the dismal picture, Morningstar analyst Brian Colello said BlackBerry is likely to quickly attempt to go private or sell off some, or all, of its business units.
But he said he was no longer confident that a private equity buyer, who would shield management from the scrutiny of being a listed company, could turn the company around.
"We see no hope for BlackBerry at this point," Colello stressed in a note to clients following the warning on Friday. He said, in his view, BlackBerry was in "a death spiral."