What trees exactly are on fire? Might your eyes just be irritated? If INVN turns in stellar earnings with stellar guidance, i don't care what the market is doing--the stock is going to go up. However, I expect earnings, in general, to be quite healthy. Turn as many degrees as you like, the forest is simply not burning. In fact, it's in bloom. The recent pullback was not earnings related.,
We will most likely close today around two and half points beneath our all time closing high. With stellar earnings around the corner I feel like we're in pretty good shape to lift off and finally get that squeeze we've been waiting for. Patience--two weeks.
"Love you, INVN" "Hate you, INVN" "INVN is a POS" And this all in the same day. There is a word
for this kind of behavior. Lunacy. Your insane and schizophrenic rantings are inappropriate and I am going to do what I should have done a long time ago--block you.
For now, at least, I agree. Stock is directionless. We might see a slight run up the week before earnings,
in anticipation of positive news, but other than that the stock is a feather being buffeted about by the slightest wind. Hoping the market stays at the very least, even.
I've been strapped in so tight for so long I'm bruised from the strap marks.
This is wonderful news, Jimmy. Thanks for sharing. On a personal note, I'm about to get a new phone, and it's either going to be an Iphone 5 or a Galaxy5. How would you lead me?
China, you're a gambler. And that's fine--different strokes for different folks. However, I think you may be overestimating the level of interest people have on this board with respect to your daily trades. Your posts are primarily self-congratulatory in nature and leave one with the distinct impression that you are bragging. I sense that you're a nice person, who's merely in need of some positive feedback. If you could find a way to be more tuned in to the thoughts and needs of others and less oblivious--for lack of a better word--to how you're being perceived, it might go a long way toward you realizing that feedback you seek . Having said that, as always, I wish you continued success in your trading.
No money was flushed into toilet. When you believe in a stock and are a long time holder of the stock, the temporary ups and downs--all unpredictable--are merely gyrations of the stock's price. For the gambler however, trying to anticipate and profit from these gyrations, there is a great deal of emotionalism invested, much like the poker player, raising his bets, hoping the cards fall his way, and getting frustrated when they don't.
I stand corrected. I too recall that time with horror. Definitely concerned about a dip if we don't get Apple. First we have to rise, however--wouldn't that be nice!
While the drops in INVN have been heartbreaking in the past there were reasonable explanations for them. When the price dropped to ten the company's board had forcefully removed and replaced the president of the company and we were sued by STM. Later that year we found out we were not in any of Apple's products. The market was looking for that and we got penalized for it. Unfortunately, as bright as the future is for the company, I feel we will still see a pullback this year if we do not make it into at least one of Apple's products.
Not testy, ck. Nor sensitive. I am impassioned, however. Especially about the future of this company. You used the word "fluff" and I merely was curious in how you meant that? There has been a lot of positives written about the company lately. A few target increases. Is this what you mean by fluff?
Excuse me, but do I know you? And what fluff, exactly, are you referring to? Let's start there. If you can define that I'll tell you whether I believe in it or not. FYI: the world I live in is very real, born from both observation and scrutiny. By the way, the "he" you are referring to is a "she" and I have a pretty strong sense she's not running ahead of the "buy and holders". Share price, by the way, is not a fact. Facts don't change that quickly and arbitrarily. Rather, it's a numerical representation of a general consensus of thought regarding a company's value and it's not always reflective or indicative of f a company's inherent worth. If INVN were to be sold tomorrow you would quickly learn that the price it closed at today is anything but a fact. If "FEAR" is on the uptrend, history would tell you that now is a good time to buy. THAT'S A FACT!
One day, like you have been already, you're going to be wrong, and you'll be chasing this stock, looking for profits already gone.
There is no rhyme nor reason to the spasmodic movement of this stock. Weak hands and day trading has offered a number of good entry points for the serious investor looking to build a larger position. We would all love to see this stock take off before the doldrums of the summer. The importance of next earnings cannot be over stated. In addition to stellar guidance--which should be a given--we need to see some numbers that quiet the skeptics.
How easily you guys turn your nose at 250 million dollars and up worth of business! I'm happy the two of you aren't on the Board.
A good number! Important piece of business, because the market, analysts, etc. are looking for it. With all we've accomplished the win would legitimize the company in a world of doubters. Without it we slowly climb, buffeted about by opposing winds, with it we soar.