I agree. Got it all figured out...ONVO @ $23.75, pay off the car. When ONVO reaches $45 after both liver & kidney assays are sold, pay off the kitchen. And when ONVO reaches $300 (or equivalent split price), also pay off mortgage. $300 probably would not happen until liver patches & kidney patches are sold. And after all that, still have 1/3 of my shares left to run!
Thanks for the reminder! Easy to get discouraged w. multiple bounces off the low share price. Agreements & deals w. the "big boys", the product lines, & disruptive technology make ONVO a keeper no matter what the HF traders or the stock market does!
Like the bounce off the $3.27-3.29 double-bottom & hope it holds...no support levels of any kind below there until $2.47.
Same here, I was so proud of getting 3.80 w. temporary support there. Not adding any more until 2.50 in one account & 2.00 in another. What concerns me is, how far it could drop w. a double-digit stock market decline. Good earnings will help, but stocks like ONVO get hit 2-3 times as hard as a major stock index, during a decline. Staying in ONVO, so my hedges better be good!
Agree w. Triptwit there's too many variables to figure it out. But I'll play. With no big drop in the stock market, $8.36. If stock market drops double-digits, $2.01.
Lots of support now @ 3.80/ 3.81. Price tried to go below there multiple times, & bounced right back there. If we go back down again, that's the first level to break now. Lots of room to run on the RSI, too. Price action looks like it doesn't want to stay below $3.80 for now, & like it wants to go back above $4.
Yeah! I got it! ONVO briefly hit my order @3.81 twice! Now cost basis for my stinky account is in the 7s! Hooray! Now let 3.81 be the new low, & run back up!
Put in small order to get cost basis in taxable account under $8. Hope it hits. 7-handle looks & sounds much better than 8s! Funny there's such a nice cost basis in upper 3s for IRA, but stinky one for taxable account in the 8.50s! Bring on 3.70s, get cost basis in the 7s, & run it on up!
Buying MBLY for 2nd account after pullback. Looking for mid-54s to low-53s. Got MBLY for main account 49s.
Sooo glad I bought ONVO for 2nd account @ 3.80 last week! If ONVO breaks above 5.70 & 6.09, it's going above 7.
You'll probably get your chance this fall. FHLC is my best investment. Doesn't go up as much as IBB, but doesn't go down as much, either. FHLC can be trusted to weather small to moderate drops & bounce back nicely. Had it since 27s. Might sell it when SHTF later this year to take gains, & get back in under $30.
Bought initial tranch of ONVO for 2nd account today. Nice to have initial shares in the $3s. Didn't add to other account yet, don't want ONVO or any stock/ETF to be more than 15% of assets in any account.
Sticking w. ONVO, but this is pitiful. Hoping buyers come in & has a strong finish.
Multiple computer malfunctions hit our power centers, NYC & Wash DC today. First, United Airlines grounded all flights after its computer system stopped working (8AM-10AM). Fixed by 11 AM. Around 11:30 NYSE suspended trading after its computerized trading system stopped working. Fixed before end of trading day. Wall Street Journal website stopped working. NYC subway system had some trains inexplicably stranded in stations for long periods of time. 2500 people in Wash DC lost power. Just one incident, not a big deal. But this many agencies the same day? The malfunctions impacted our financial system, transportation system, news reporting, and energy transmission. Looks like a "trial balloon"/ test for something bigger later. I only mention this, because a bigger incident will impact our investments. Something's going on, too much for me to be just coincidence. This shows that our nation's power centers can be hit all at once on multiple fronts. Just informing as investors or traders, don't be surprised if all this happens again on a larger scale.
NYSE is not the only major agency whose computer systems malfunctioned today. Immediately afterwards, Wall Street Journal website stopped working. United Airlines grounded all flights after its computer system stopped working 8-10AM. (Fixed by 11 AM). NYC subway system had trains inexplicably stranded in stations for long periods of time. Over 2500 people in Wash DC lost power. Our nation's centers of power faced mysterious technical malfunctions today. Wouldn't think anything of just 1 technical malfunction. But all this the same day? Sounds like a "trial balloon"/ test, for something bigger to happen later. Only mention this, because more incidents like this, especially a larger scale one, would affect our investments. Wouldn't be surprised if a bigger, more widespread technical/ electronic problem is in the works. This is too many major agencies the same day.