Just a theory, but I wouldn't be surprised if they hold this down below 2.1 all the way to earnings day. That way the mm can play the fear factor of those who don't want to hold through earnings. If so, my guess is it goes up after they announce something spun positively on the conference call.
They were by far the major taker. Why did management do it this way? Because they're corrupt. They're getting theirs, you can be certain of that. For management, a dilution is ALWAYS better than a LOC. They don't have to pay a dilution back, it's just paper stock. The game can go on much longer this way.
Probably not, Deerfield can't make a profit below 2.00
But I see no reason they wouldn't be willing to sell all the way down to and including 2.00
Ha! This time I think Deerfield is realizing that retail traders are on to their pump and dump game! So they might have to take it all the way down to 2.00 to dump any shares in volume. I'm buying a little each penny down. I have far fewer shares than when I was a bagholder, so I can play along with no worries.
A lot of those "other people" are the corrupt institutions that got the insider information and low prices you and I as little retail traders miss out on. Wise up.
Yep, I just don't get "it" and I just don't get you. But good luck with this stock, and I mean it. If you can still hang on long after the last few months, you deserve some kind of reward, for loyalty if nothing else.
So, it doesn't bother you that management, after many conference calls denying they had any reason to dilute, dilutes at a price 50% below recent trading and after obviously giving an early tip off to Deerfield? That's YOUR money they stole, and more important to me, MY money that also stole.
Well, in retrospect, you are absolutely correct. I SHOULD have packed up and left a long time ago. But I trusted management up until this illegal act they committed. Something, for some reason, you just can't or won't admit or see, or do you see it but don't care? It confounds me how anyone can still be a long term investor here after what's gone down the last few months. Please explain to me, I just don't get it.
I promise to let it go, that's good advice. Just as soon as my anger subsides. The sooner the better, then I can focus on much better opportunities with a lot less risk.
You're thinking of additional, future bonuses. You need to look at the PAST as well as the history of them awarding themselves pay raises.
andre, I agree, I've posted here before that with their really horrible execution, it is like rubbing salt in my wounds for management to award themselves large bonuses, bonus money that came out of my pocket with the theft they performed with their outrageous out of the blue dilution.
As far as moving on, I agree. This stock, and posting to this message board, replying to people like you, all has been a colossal waste of my time. I admit I only did my last trade and posted here out of sheer anger and emotion. It's a distraction from getting on with the business of trading decent stocks. I'm not quite over my anger with ATRS management yet for STEALING my money, but I will be soon and just drop ATRS as a bad memory that I can hopefully just put completely behind me.
Go back and check the time and date stamp against price action that day if you question my trade.
The "theatrics" are only in response to your questioning my honesty. I'm not going to copy and paste all my trades from the two days, you're not worth it. If you want to think I'm lying, go ahead. I posted that I bought when I did, and I posted today when I sold. Who cares about my trade confirmations as to my exact number of shares and the minute and second so long as my real time advice played out?
Here's one of them, I'm not going to bother copying and pasting all 8 buys from that day, it's too much effort and you'd probably claim I'm making them all up anyway:
07/07/2015 10:40:33 Bought 5000 ATRS @ 2.09 -10,455.00
Transaction ID: 13467597080
Order Number: 11674354262
Session: Regular Market Hours
Date Entered: 07/07/2015
Time Entered: 08:38:05
And I went to great pains to point out this wasn't a "great trade" as my number of shares was so low. You are totally missing my point in even discussing this trade. Please go away.