right ~ it's up because sales and margins are strong. It doesn't matter if you don't think it'a as cool as your yuppie iPhone... what matters is the company makes $ and grows fast. After the IMF gets done backdooring the Ukraine, IFON can sell cheap phones there too.
WoW ~ this would have been a bad day short... CFO resigns, shares pop. gotta love this new market.
Yeah, i guess the market is a bit skittish on Chinese stocks, especially if it has run hard on earnings, and then the CFO bows out... the perceived risk is in the potential for a muddy waters report.... i get it.
For those of you who are free to trade on the Toronto markets and don't mind playing a penny stock... Pure Energy (rare earths) just signed an MOU with POSCO (world's biggest steelmaker).
:)~ i will be a buyer under $15 too! (if that ever happens)... But i have already made my first buy of the day - rarely buy in pre-market, but this is a very good price, and i have no problem following a new CFO with a name as cute as Peggy Yu-Yu who, by the way, is one of the company founders.
i don't know how big that is.... i do know ONVO was piping the same hype months ago and it just sounded like another 3D pipe dream to me.
NYSE Post printed a headline: "Ocean Power Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:OPTT)'s First Project In United States"
But if you bother reading the article you will find out it's an historical account of a deal that once almost happened... i guess a lot of "investors" don't read past the headlines.
As far as i know, Russian forces are restricted to the Crimean Peninsula. Meanwhile, the Crimeans have been trying to crawl out from under a Ukrainian thumb since 1954, although they probably don't especially want to trade a Ukrainian master for a Russian one.
@im712 ~ "Historically, dictators tend to make irrational and stupid mistakes while democratic societies tend to make more practical and longer-term moves. History is full of Hitlers, Putins, Stalins, Chavez, Napoleans..."
Since when are Putin and Chavez "dictators"?
"Vive le Quebec libre!" (Charles DeGaulle, 1967)
Like Putin cares about G8 and other Western yuppie clubs.
Well, that's just Canada - in some strange turn of logic that only Canadians can understand, the perpetrator becomes the victim; if someone invades your home, and you kill the invader - in defense of your family - you will find yourself up against manslaughter (or murder) charges in Canada. If someone attacks you in the street, and you defend yourself, you will be facing assault charges... Oh Canada!