English translation, please. Google Translate can't seem to figure out what you said.
Thanks in advance.
The reversal is now complete, and I'm not happy that I was right. Told you so? :)
Now who's your daddy, Jean?
We're up $.15 over the past two days. :)
I did tell you yesterday why we were up, and that it would quickly reverse. But that's just obnoxious bragging, and of course we never see any of that here, do we?
You really just don't know what you're talking about. You like to say things that make you and others feel better, but again - please offer just ONE scintilla of data/evidence that backs up what you have just said. You can't, because there is no there, there.
I told you yesterday what it was all about (covering their exposure) and how it would likely come right back down. Today's action is as just that.
Get a grip, Jean. Not everything is a conspiracy.
Hey idiot - just like your oft-repeated predictions of "$50-80 within two years" (made repeatedly as far back as three years ago) I'll be happy to remind you of this likewise silly prediction, when it doesn't happen, either. For the former CFO of a Fortune 500 company (and a CPA to boot - oh wait you got caught lying about that, sorry) you sure have a hard time correctly valuing companies.
Care to wager? You ignored my last offer of 10:1 odds and the chance to grab a million from me - perhaps this time you'll put your money where your big lying mouth is?
Yeah, thought so. :)
High? Haven't you heard? It's going over $7 (most here) or $8-10 (Jean and his ilk). Not to mention the ridiculous, oft-repeated buyout of $12-16. So, not surprising at all. :)
As to your $6.40, the highest price of those Jun 4s has been $1.85 today, so $5.85 seems like the number. That's where the 10K+ action was (double the action of the 5s).
This is a reaction to the HUGE calls activity this morning. It doubled within a few minutes, and specialists are grabbing shares at cheap prices, that they may need to cover call executions come June. They know a ruling that might come down soon could boost the share price dramatically. Be careful making any assumptions about this pop, because there's a good chance it will disappear later today. Would love to be wrong.
Just one mm moving a block to another mm, and the price returned immediately to where it was before the trade. So, pretty meaningless. Could have been someone unloading a position at an agreed upon price right near the closing price, but again, not important. Except to you, of course. :)
"NO WAY was there a SALE at that price. Quite possibly a buy however"
Over 35 years in the market (so you say) and you still don't understand that for every trade there is both a buy AND a sell. Two parties to a trade, remember Mr. Tradestoxx the investor extraordinaire?
"Former MM is an idiot"
And I'm the idiot? LOL!
Oh, and by the way,
" no way were the 4 calls at 95 ct bid on that day ! Christ..that's where the JUNE ones were"
There were only 10 contracts of the June $4 calls traded on that day, and they traded at $1.15. So (as usual) you had it wrong there, too.
Every time you get exposed as the neophyte you are, you just change the subject and expose yourself even more. I do appreciate the effort, though. :)
Enjoy your day, amateur. I've had enough fun exposing your lack of knowledge in the subject (once again).
Hadn't seen your post. Tell me the time you sold them, and I'll verify. There's only one possible trade that could be yours.
Then go away, OK?
Actually 577 contracts traded between .85 and .98 that day. A shame you don't know how to get that information, but as with most things options, your knowledge is severely lacking. Still getting puts and calls confused?
r.s.a. is still a putz, but truth is truth.
Yeah, I know Jean. You own 200K shares. You've told us many times, And as I've told you many times, whenever you're ready to compare our holdings in this stock, I am ready and willing, because I'm sure that you're a paid pumper, and own nothing.
Tell you what - let's pick an attorney, and I'll put $1 million in escrow,. You can put up just $100K. If I don't own at least 3 times what you own of AVNR (and that's even assuming you really DO own 200K shares), you get the money - otherwise, I get it. Deal?
Even a former CFO of a Fortune 500 company (lol), a CPA (lol) and someone who has a large stake in AVNR (but couldn't write a literate sentence if his life depended on it) would jump at a chance to earn an easy million bucks, wouldn't he?
I'll be excitedly waiting for your reply.
OK, this is by FAR, the absolute funniest post I've ever seen on this board. The desperation inherent in his plea just drips from the page, lol. Even more funny is that it's coming from a guy who doesn't own a share of this stock. Unreal.
OMG, I can't stop laughing.
Please tell me you were kidding jeannie.
Atty 1 calls clerk, asks for a tele-conference. Clerk says Court has Fri 4:30 avail, good for you? Atty 1 says yes, clerk calls Atty 2, asks if that works for them. Atty 2 says yes, clerk prepares order for Court's sig, and it's done.
Why so desperate that all logic leaves your cranium?
Thanks for the info, and for confirming what I've told many here when they've asked the same questions. The ruling is not going to be issued thru a tele-conference, either.
One disagreement though - when the litigants are public companies, the attys always request and receive agreement from the Court that the rulings be released after hours. I've never seen it otherwise.
Straight down since you first brought them up. Schooled you twice on who FLOW is, but you've just ignored and pretended you knew something you didn't. Anyone surprised?
What's today's plan?
Oh, and as someone suggested - robertclark, any comments? :)
Hey idiot - like I told you yesterday, the fact that FLOW is buying means NOTHING. They only do ETFs and such, never equities. They will occasionally do a client a favor and buy (or move) an equity position, but the fact that someone is buying a position is no more instructive than your silly BIG BLOCKS BUYING reports. Cut the #$%$, loser.