funny you say this, I was going to add to my $36 average for FSLR as we've seen it tickle this $53 price only to shoot back up couple times already. But as is with all my stocks, kind of biting my nails and leaning toward pulling out pretty much 80-90% just on overall concern for the baton passing as well as the approach of the 100th anniversary of the Fed Reserve Act. But I admit, that is the paranoid, conspiracy in me talking mostly. Although you can't deny history and it's facts that somewhat support a timely pullback especially when measured up against the markets current charts.
with an analysis like that, you should know better it's not quite justified applying to a stock in the early phase like PHOT is. As far as the more social analysis you provided, my thoughts and reasoning for getting into PHOT, as well as TRTC and GRNH, are that they are NOT all-in to just the marijuana biz, their agenda and products support what I still see (at least currently) is the bigger market of indoor hydro gardens for vegetables and herbs (the non-illegal kind). As an avid gardener and one who follows stocks, I see both the vegetable and marijuana markets only growing more from here. When you couple that with other facts such as air pollution and water pollution (whether it be from fracking or the many other human ways), Monsanto is just not going to cut it from here on out. Look at the numbers of massive indoor hydroponic greenhouse/warehouse startups. I'm in the New England area and am surprised, given our seasons, that such warehouses are going up by the plenty.
Not a basher, not a short, and not invested in PHOT.... yeah, totally understandable how one would spend time on boards like this with that much interest in a stock. I've never understood that position, maybe you made your millions already, haha, which would be even more lame if you did and still spend time on boards for stocks you have no interest in.
I myself was more impressed with the following article compared to the new CEO:
in addition to agreeing with another response's observation of your newly created user name, everything you wrote doesn't even apply to DSNY, are you sure you are on the correct message board? This board has, for the most part, been full of those who are either interested or vested in DSNY and post value-added comments. You obviously do not know very well of the very P&D pattern you described, DSNY does not emulate that, at least not yet. If what you said were true, we would have seen much more wilder swings and have revisited the sub $2 level way more than the one time we've seen since it surpassed that $2 level.
No, what I think is funny or better yet, annoying, are non-value added posts like yours. mavmike asked a decent question that should be an obvious potential concern for anyone new to this stock. I myself have begun looking into JE as I just recently signed up for their services. Your observation on posters with questions like this on down days is merely a byproduct of luck. Even if you could show me proof that supports your claim, how does that answer the question above? Anyone who is long or into JE should welcome questions like the one above, at least it is not a random basher. I'd be curious to hear an answer myself. Initially, I would think the nature of their business is a big part of what Mike is asking about but would like to hear more from experienced JE followers.
it's an OCD thing, they help fill up the screen making me have to work at reading the more meaningful ones... guess I will just keep ignoring one at a time.
The amount of babbling and "wish listing" seen this week from bashers and shorters seem to have that one trait in common.
Hmm, were you the same fella saying the same thing before lunch when it dipped below $3.50 just to pop back up to $3.85? Just ride it or don't ride it and relax. The more people post the more they show their hand
Mark this post.... at 3:59, I will tell you the closing price. Lol, as if $3.2 would be that bad considering ARIA's trend.
Sad to say that at a couple times over the last 2 years or more, I was in the green but gut tells me take the loss now before it really widens. To all holding, your welcome as I am sure I am jinxing myself as I sell"
Anyone else feel the same way? I've had order in to sell at $6.50 for the past week which always almost always gets tickled in pre-market, and then we have the vertical zig zags. What gives? Seems to be a common theme in a handful of stocks being manipulated, but I guess this is China.
I'm with green_monster999, ok, so you read a couple books or chapters on balance and income sheets... but this is a company in it's infancy, and not a bad looking one too. Everything you mention is worthy but all negatively biased to the point that leads me to believe you are just upset that you didn't buy at a lower price. I am continuously amused by those who would bother to take time being negative on a board for a stock they don't themselves want to get into or make money from somehow. I mean, what loser takes that kind of time out of his/her day to do that? You should also include in your analysis potential future growth... considering the massive ways our specie is killing the air, land and water we need to survive, companies like PHOT, TRTC and GRNH are poised rather nicely, you just have to have a little vision and foresight... but maybe you are a millennium kid who is part of the new culture of "I want it all, I want it now with little effort"
Nepotism.... I'm going to team up with a couple mathematicians to come up with a formula that accurately correlates the size of our government with the trickle down effect from the nepotism of a small handful of families.... Anyone of us that has done time at a big american corporation knows how this works, for example, the title "Deputy" usually means either you're an idiot with a great last name so we will entertain your ego by moving you laterally and giving you that title OR you need to support and make look good the real idiot you are a deputy to because he has an even better last name. Most of the entities listed above would do much less harm if we just paid them to stay home.
They did the same thing with TSL and many others... If I had listened to them, I would have sold all my TSL in the $3 and $4 range, but thankfully I treated them the same as I do Cramer, a reverse barometer, I bought more... I only wish I didn't sell as much in the $9 range as TSL is a solid $15-$16 now :) These entities are just like politicians, they feed on rivalry because anything that creates an "us vs them" mentality allows for greater manipulation. Hence the birth of options, shorting and such. If the markets were purely an "investment" arena, it would be good enough to just have the single concept of either buying or selling a share, none of this other minimal risk and toe dipping in the water.
i've been watching this happen all year... just predetermined timing of all other manipulation aligning with an earnings date. the fun part is going back to all the various investment entities that touted CLNT, rightfully so, in just the past week or two, see who included any downside risk that looks anything like today's activity. If you filter out the high spikes over the last two years and monitor the average bottoms, this stock is doing just fine. The volume is rather telling this morning.
breaking even with todays CAAS and CLNT behavior.... options+shorting+greed+emotion+software=technical chart patterns.... people really shouldn't refer to the market as investing, it's trading and gambling, biggest casino out there. Back to CLNT, I hardly feel the earnings report warranted today's drop, has more to do with the equation above than anything
Thanks for the insight. I am sitting tight right now, but I've seen this same chart setup with so many other stocks this year, especially China ones. Looking at the chart from Jun until now, I see another ramp up that will approach the $8 level, and then it will be either a head fake into the course you described or a continuation up to $10. I lost out on bigger gains because I felt the same way as you when I was trading TSL back in the $3-$5 range... sold too much in the $9.50 range... thing has been a solid $16 and I wish I had same number of shares as I originally had. But hey, the market is such a manipulated casino with way too many devices for those in the know to profit on either up or down swings... GLTA
I'm concerned about the current floor level dropping back to the $5.30 range myself. It seems deceiving right now those since this looks like a possible floor level to bounce off of. What do think the chances are for this current floor to drop?
amazing how everyone is now speaking of the FDA as if they have the greatest track record, geez, I am not sure who I trust less, the execs at ARIA or the FDA. I think its funny to click on people's id's to see how their comments have dramatically differed just in a few days depending on which side of this trading they are on. F'n cry babies.