Just look at the max time frame chart on Yahoo. Draw a line from the very beginning to a tangent point at the low point of 2008, and continue to the intersection of the here and now. This looks to have already re-tested the recent low and is going higher. That's the chart talking, not Barrons. GLTA!
Yes it is. But I bailed at $86. Was with GMCR from $12 before any splits. Did some trading along the way as well as hold a core position for the long haul. I am all out at this point. Almost feel naked without any shares. This stock has become much too unpredictable and I can now do better elsewhere thanks to idiots like Einhorn. Good luck to all the longs! It was a fun and exciting ride while it lasted. I will continue to drink genuine Kups!
These shorts are no too bright :-)
Neither are those who rely on Cramer. GLTA!
Submarines, helicopters, jet engines, steel mills, fuel cells, and industrial lighting are all manufactured in CT, just to name a few of it's industries. All of the raw material has to get there somehow. CT is not primarily a retail dependant state that exists in a vacuum. CT contributes quite a bit to the GDP .........with the aid of trucking. If you think that shipping Nike sneakers from one mall to another is a trucking industry, think again chump.
"I suppose the market has the potential to support CLNE, Shell, Blu and yet TBD with room for CLNE to become profitable."
This is just barely getting started. Any competition at this point should actually help CLNE, only because it brings more natgas vehicles onto the roadways due to fuel availability. I would not buy a truck if I could only fuel at a CLNE station. Do you only use Shell gasoline in your car? I doubt it. Build it and they will come......in natgas vehicles! GLTA!
This is a long term play. There are many better choices out there for trading opportunities. The lower it goes, the more I buy. Simple dollar cost averaging on the way down, for a nice profit in the years ahead. No rush to buy, but when opportunity knocks, I grab some more shares to keep for a good long time. It will pay off nicely for retirement. As for competition, I believe that any additional refueling stations can only sway more natgas vehicles onto the road. You can't have 100% of the pie. But you can have choice locations in a growing field of traffic. If you want fast money, trade another stock. But hang on to this one for the future. You will be glad that you did. GLTA!
It amazes me how one jack #$%$ can stir up such a frenzy in any "targeted stock" he chooses........and the sheeple actually listen. Goes to show you how easy it is for one idiot to get people to drink coolaid. Step into the bright lights and proclaim yourself in the name of greed.........and you too can sway the market. Used to be a short was a short and a long was a long.............just like a poker game. Then the media took over with help from the internet. and here we are today.................letting a single tweet move the entire market. Blink, and you miss your big chance in life to become the next "one minute millionaire". Perhaps like the guy selling shovels and picks during the gold rush, I'll pen the "One Minute Millionaire" and take mine to the bank. Hey, the guy selling the shovels never said he had struck it rich by digging for gold.......and I don't tweet. GLTA the non-sheeple out there! You will do fine in life by actually thinking for yourselves!
........no, I mean catch the dead cat........all within a day of each other? LMFAO. This is a joke, right? And once again Ehorn is plastered all over this board because the big bad man has a short position? Really? Again, LMFAO. Where is some real news?
.........and the headlines read "Government Shutdown Ends And It's Back To Work As Usual"
As usual? Really? Yikes!
16. and the price is at the same resistance point just AFTER the market crashed.
Now that it has retraced completely, does it count as "being priced into the market" when the fit hits the shan once again?
I think it may be old news. Although the date is recent, the text contains this tid bit: "Beginning today, guests in Hilton Garden Inn's more than 73,000 guest rooms in the U.S. and Canada (69,811 in the U.S.; 3,255 in Canada) have the option to brew their favorite coffee using a Keurig® K130 single cup brewing system." This does not happen overnight. This deal had to have been inked a while ago. I'm no expert, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn once or twice! GLTA!
Most likely gov't related. Perhaps "someone on the hill" figured out the savings involved with gov't vehicles? Never mind. That requires saving money. What was I thinking?!
I see no news of this on the GMCR web site and have not been notified by investor relations.
U.S. commodity regulators have closed a high-profile investigation into alleged manipulation of the silver market without charging any firms or individuals, concluding there is no “viable basis” for a case.
The decision by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission comes five years after the case was opened and is likely to disappoint some silver traders, market observers and regulators. Some contend that silver prices have been artificially depressed by financial institutions seeking to profit by betting against the market.