I thought the whole idea of buying and selling shares was to make money. Anyone one who followed my guidance for the last month always could rely on where the price was going BEFORE it got there. ...and many grateful people have given me their thanks.
Meanwhile your posts are all based on either the same PAST information that every other investor has access to....or on what YOU personally "believe" may happen in the future.
....talk about tea leaves....look at your own "agenda". The way you play this stock is based largely on hope, wishes, and dreams. The only agenda I have is making money.
True. I looked it up. If you go to the website and look for the media kit, you will see the "client feedback" at the bottom. This explains how the magazine articles work. It's just a fancy advertisement. Nothing more.
Even this no name generic website/blog/magazine wouldn't have ever heard about LiveDeal, if LiveDeal didn't contact them. This must be how they are wasting their multi-tier advertising dollars.
Ask yourself this. Have you ever read Food & "Drink" magazine before? Have you ever even heard of it before?
In my opinion Food and Wine should sue Food & "Drink". What a sham.
I think I'll start a new cola company. Should I name it Coco~Cola or Pepci?
The only buyout coming is when Issac comes to buy your foreclosed house.....with the money that was previously yours. ...how ironic.
Nothing to lose?
You stand to lose everything you have invested with any stock......but especially with this one.
Yes, you read that right....the stock price spikes up because investors are SELLING.
Do you ever wonder who is buying this horrible stock when you see spikes up with no news? (or even with news that makes absolutely no sense to any sane person?)
Well, the answer could be.......nobody.
Then why does it spike up?
As investors see this train wreck and sell their shares the price obviously goes down. However, this has a ripple effect. As those shares get sold, the shorts borrowing those shares don't have them to borrow anymore. So, they get buy-in notices from their broker. ...because nobody else was dumb enough to buy LIVE either. So even though the stock has been below $5 for awhile, there are often times no shares to borrow. The shares you are borrowing are suddenly gone as they have been SOLD.
As the shorts are then forced to cover, the price spikes up briefly for no reason. ...and at least 2 times that I have seen recently, LiveDeal seems to have timed their nonsensical articles to be released based on this mechanism. So it appears as if their news spiked the stock when it actually really didn't.
Isn't it nice to see spikes in the share price for no other reason than forced buying? ...because everyone is actually selling? Without real buyers, the share price is destined to go down. It's just the eventually reality of math.
What would happen if the share price ever reached $5 again? Anyone who was short and was forced to sell because the shortage of shares to borrow against would #$%$ up any available short opportunity. The share price is destined to crash down to nothing and everyone knows it. This is why you would immediately see posts saying, "There are no more shares available to short."
If everyone knows the stock is going to crash down to nothing, then who is buying? Ironically, it's the shorts...because the longs are long gone.
Did we get the press release stating the % rise in Cease and Desist letters?
It could go up 23% this morning only to go down 46% this afternoon. When people start bailing, it will touch off a domino effect.
I would hate to have bought shares this morning. ...just another money grab.
There seems to be a lot less ads now.
Is LiveDeal wasting money now by paying the pumpers again while still paying the flooders? They are going to bury their own pumps.
I haven't gone to the restaurant yet....but I know what their pizza looks like.... The pizza in the ad does not look familiar. (dough boys)
Yesterday, the price bounced off of the resistance I saw at $3.15 (It hit $3.09)
Because it hit this intraday, it won't stick to the chart. There is a chance that the price will increase a bit and then quickly go back down below support (intraday). The price could go down enough so that it closes around support at $3.16.
It would be less of a risk to wait and pick up shares at or below support....if you see the price turn around to be able to close around support.
I realize that the price is up now to $3.37 so this may make no sense since it already bounced off of support. However, don't be surprised if it takes one last dive down to plant the chart at support.
...just 7 trading days later, the price today went back down and hit $3.10 and settled in at support which is now at about $3.28.
There is another support around $2.57.
1st.... I LOVE your name. Brilliant!!
2nd. I used to search for livedeal on my iphone and there was a livedeal app promoting the stock. Now that app is gone. The real LiveDeal does show up for me today. As expected there seems to be some fake reviews already. One saying that this company is really going to take off. hmmm. Anyway, I installed the app and opened it expecting to see deals for San Diego. I was surprised to actually see a few restaurants in and around Fort Lauderdale (where I am) and even one that I know and go to sometimes. I will be interested to see if they have heard of LiveDeal. Anyway....considering this, I would expect them to be adding the new locations to their website soon. It is currently still the same. ...why?...just to get a separate announcement I suppose.
...from all their other attempts at companies and products....
As I suspected. The pizza photo is from "two peas & their pod". It's a website where a man and woman share recipes and post pictures of the finished product. ....One of which is the pizza that is NOT from dough boys. It is a BBQ Chicken Deluxe Pizza that Josh was saying would be great to serve to your Super Bowl guests.....in 2012.
Apps take on average 7 days to get approved. ...so this time next week we should know if they really did or if this is a desperate attempt to save the stock price.