Sometimes it only lasts hours, until they are satisfactorily glutted on cheap shares, or it can go for a couple of days. NLNK is a solid equity - with lots of recent catalyst - so long investors have enough confidence not to get shaken out very easily. It could be just a 1-day raid.
This is how it works. Good news attracts the attention of institutional traders who then manipulate at will (with $millions in any given trading account), accumulate, then let'ergo. it's a sort of tax that retail investors must pay to Wall St. ~ think of it as a feudal tithe.
Yes exactly. Blackberry has projected sales to Cuba in the vicinity 3600 phones. That will knock the market's sox off.
It's only "profitable" if you exclude "non-recurring project expenses" (i.e. capex related to a phone nobody wants) and disregard plummeting revenues (because of a phone nobody wants).
Blackberry will take a bath on it's nostalgic smartphones, and fall into a debt pit. Instead solidly re-positioning the company as an enterprise software service, Chen has gone and bet the farm on the crazy notion that people want browsing devices with keyboards.
Followed immediately by an earnings report fabricated with twisted coat hangers and paper mache. One helluva PR machine... MarketWatch has already driven 16 emails to my inbox trying to sell me these notions.
Why would investors focus on sales of a niche phone for a company that has repeatedly claimed it is no longer a hardware manufacturer? More to the point, why would anybody in 2015 want a phone (or any other browsing device - i.e. tablet, ATM screen...) with a keyboard? I really have trouble understanding what Blackberry is about these days.
I keep running across ATMs in Canada with keyboards ~ it's annoying. I find myself tapping the screen a few times until i realize that i'm standing in front of a 20th century machine (how quaint) with a keyboard. Then, of course, i have to look away from the info on the screen in order to find the key i'm expected to punch.
it's absolutely brand specific ~ LAPD tested all brands for months, then ordered Axon... you don't honestly think there going outfit 800 guys with Axon, and the remainder with an off brand?
there will be a push towards standardization for law agencies across the nation... the database is important.
You notice the word "Daily" in the title for this ETN... you're not supposed to go long ~ it's a day-trading play. The trading range doesn't mirror the exchange 1:1. The VIX adjusts a new range every day. That's #1.
#2 is that the general trend for the S&P is still up (regardless of gaps and bumps along the way), and the FED catalyst may be just the nudge it needed to go back and test 2100. If you're crazy enough to go long an ETN, then the good news for you is that the trading range will float upward (a bit) as the S&P rises.
Are you kidding? It's all over mainstream TV news... LAPD has rodered 860 Axons for immediate delivery along with a 5-yr subscription to evidence_com. LA Mayor Garcetti has publicly announced he will outfit all 7000 officers in LAPD with the same cameras. (This happens after a testing phase by which all other cameras were eliminated in favor of Axon.) DGLY doesn't get any of this ~ all 7,000 cameras, along with 7000, 5-yr evidence subscriptions goes to Taser.
Cuba Beverages rallies in potential case of mistaken identity
Shares of microcap Cuba Beverage Company (OTCPK:CUBV) are up 100% to $0.04 on heavy volume without any company-specific news out. The outsized rally appears to be a reaction to news of restored relations between Cuba and the U.S. (h/t WSJ). For the record, Cuba Beverage is an energy drinks company that has no ties to the country of Cuba.
Is that it? just 2 thumbs down! What are y'all, asleep at the wheel? Listen, i get $0.1 for every rating (up or down) so, c'mon. Let's get rolling here!
ooops. i forgot to short this VIXEN. Oh well, i'm holding TASR today and that's good enough i guess.
That was completely meaningless. I mean i'm not sure exactly what you said, but i'm guessing you are ideologically disputing my post. Is that correct?