That was Argyle's "prediction".
Unfortunately, he forgot to take into account the fundamentals of the stock. Another sucker who thought one could predict the future based on the past. (and only two data points, to boot.)
Yup. Really frustrating when you spend 5 minutes typing up your next "masterpiece" only to have it fall into the cyberspace bit-bucket.
Here's a little tit-bit for naive posters. One of MANY in Cramer's past, btw .....
" 3. Trading With the Enemy
In 2002, Nicholas Maier, who worked as a Cramer & Co. trader for five years, published a tell-all detailing Cramer's manipulation of his pals in the financial media for fast profit: Acquire exclusive intelligence on a stock, take a position on that stock, and then leak the intel to CNBC. "Jim's strategy was to put in an order to buy a stock...and then dial Maria [Bartiromo]," Maier wrote. "As soon as she announced the news on television, the stock would often jump.... We weren't just using the news, but making it. No sooner would Maria be thanking us for the help than we'd be getting a payback—a quick hit thanks to our friends at CNBC."
Did YOU "load the boat"? If you did, you're dumping in your pants now, i suspect.
" .... a company which has a HUGE future "
THAT is the underlying fundamental that carries no weight. PLUG has been putzing around since the late '90's, and has yet to turn a profit.
Conclusion: the chances are slim that this trend will ever reverse.