Most TVIX activity is neither short nor long. Credit Suisse designed this note as a daytrading vehicle, and that's what the big money uses it for. Watching the tape, I can see the chart moving on a "seconds scale" not minutes, or hours, and certainly not days. Even as a day trader the odds are stacked against you. I have a rather expensive data feed (including SPX) - supposedly a direct line into the exchange through every ECN - yet I can see that very large volumes are traded on every tick, and that they seem to know which way the market is moving a second before i do. My guess, bots are trading this and they have a data feed not available to most retail traders; they are acting on info that occurs milliseconds or seconds before we see it.
But the short answer is, there are really very few "longs" or "shorts" trading this note.
i really can't play with you anymore huevas. If want to pretend that my verbatim quotation of the DFN is anything other than that, and if it makes you happy and gets you a lot of green thumbs from the other ducklings, then so be it. The FED statement came out just a while ago, and i have other things to do. Qua-qua marica.
I'll give you this however... at least you can talk, or it appears that way. Most of your buddies here can only quack.
No me hace falta leer este documento que tanto le obsesiona. I never said anything about your wonderful form 4, and i don't care. I quoted the DFM article verbatim, and I will repeat this just one more time: If you think the DFM is misinformed (which i doubt) then take your cause to the DFM. Goodness you an obsessive little man, aren't you?
That would explain why they are so bitter. But i have no use for this stock as a portfolio investment, and the trading range is too narrow to be worth my effort. Some of these guys are really thick, and they seem to quack a lot. Just protecting their eggs, i guess.
Mira pendejo, me importa nisiquiera un pepino que piensas de mi... According to the DFN article, Thornton sold shares from his directly held stake in the company. You can ramble on about the trust if you like, and i don't care if you do. And if you are correct in believing that the sale was not from Thornton's personal holdings, and DFN is wrong - which i seriously doubt - then take it up with DFN. Otherwise, callate finalmente. Eres demaciado fastidioso.
Thornton is an individual - the individual i was talking about - and i have never talked about anything else... you may ramble on an every which direction, but i don't drink.
OK ~ let me do the arith for you bola-sophista Thornton sold 89,815 shares. "Following the transaction, the director now directly owns 171,044 shares of the company’s stock". The transaction thus represents 34% of the shares previously owned by Thornton. Ahorra tu si entiendes? Is it sinking in?
Dakota Financial News... Mitek Systems Director John M. Thornton Sells 89,815 Shares (MITK)
July 28th, 2015 - 0 comments - Filed Under - by Doug Madison
"Mitek Systems (NASDAQ:MITK) Director John M. Thornton sold 89,815 shares of Mitek Systems stock in a transaction that occurred on Friday, July 24th. The shares were sold at an average price of $4.11, for a total value of $369,139.65. Following the transaction, the director now directly owns 171,044 shares of the company’s stock, valued at approximately $702,990.84. The sale was disclosed in a legal filing with the SEC, which can be accessed through this link."
If that info is misleading, take it up with the DFN
"Sorry you missed $3.28 yesterday. If you look at the right hand of the screen you'll see the SP and you wouldn't have missed it yesterday (and made a nice profit today) if you were too busy staring at the left side. I guess you have to settle for .03 profit from Friday."
Who wrote that diptwit. You look dumber by the minute. I will post and/or stop posting when it pleases me getting_it_way_up
i didn't talk about my trades, nadia did. i just responded, and i have no idea why i bothered. In fact nadia has been detailing her assumptions about my trades persistently every day, and that's really been the entire gist of her commentary. But you tongue flapping geese seem to love talking about me.
Right nadia, i missed $3.28 but caught $3.33 and dumped it all at $3.49 yesterday. I have no use for MITK today and therefore no further use of your message board. I will now let you goose each other, sophomorically speaking, for a while.
There they go again ~ the "ROFLMAO!" - "sophomoric" - Mitek peanut crew. A sadder gaggle of crooning fools exists on no other message board, but I'm tired of you now (abject stupidity is endearing for just a short time), and there is no way i will ever pay $3.50 for this paper-penny scam anyhow. Will visit you again another day, if MITK trades enough volume to move into its proper value range (way under $3). adios imbeciles.
I still don't know what you're point is, but i can see you like the word "sophomoric" very much. Is your point that someone else has already posted info regarding the Thornton share sale, or are you suggesting that the sale never occurred, or that i got the the transaction date wrong... or is it all just so you can have another photo op with your favorite new word, huevon?
So, thornton didn't sell 89,815 shares on Friday? I'm not sure what your point is Mr. bluebals