I repeat: where are you getting this "insider buy" data ? Do you have a link I can peruse ? All my research has shown net selling, which is why I think ARIA is still in the 6 range instead of double digits.
Please enlighten me as to what I am missing...and back it up.
I am a holder of ARIA, and a huge long term fan, but I don't see any data showing significant insider buying.
Where are you getting this data ? I would certainly like to see this.
-Frieberg (currently long 5K shares ARIA)
Nothing wrong with taking a profit. While not eager to get out, I do agree that GILD is probably a bit overbought here on a very short term basis. You could always reenter South of here on a pullback (which will inevitably happen sooner or later..they always do.) glta..a great company.
Well. Eliminating fracking would be a huge first step in improving the environment. Next, exporting more coal to foreign countries would also help. However, here is a reality: COAL will be a huge part of the power grid for the next several DECADES. There is not enough carbon source to replace coal, in order to generate power, with the current infrstructure that the USA has, to phase out coal with present technology. For an intelligent long term investor, the way to play energy: OWN THEM ALL coal, oil, gas, nukes, and solar. Wind is far less important, and will always be a minor player (i.e. very limited in scope, and also kills many, many birds). COAL will remain a good LT play. I suggest BTU, ACI and ALNR for a simgle stock, and KOL for those who want to play is safe.
That is correct. That is the Rule of the Walls Street Casino. When using a stop loss, please do research on how a limit order basically becomes a market order...by default of where a market happens to open at any given time. Been there...done that....I know how it feels. And, in a few months, 14 bucks might seem like a decent price for this stock. It may head to single digits soon. We shall see.
-Frieberg (just watching...no position yet...long or short. I will go long if it breaks 14.50 -14.80.)
I am a huge fan of the stock, and hold (for me) a large position (i.e. currently 9K shares). I think Huntington is one of the best regional banks in the USA, if not THE best all around. I have done a lot of short term trading with Regions (RF), but am not as keen on holding it as I am HBAN. Just my 2 bits. I also think WFC is a fabulous bank for a LT investor for those wanting to hold a larger bank.
I think the regional banks, like HBAN, FITB, KEY, RF, etc. all have seen a selloff recently due to the news that the Fed is not going to allow interest rates to rise in the near term (which essentially delays these small banks from larger margin spreads on loans, and eats into projected profits). HBAN will eventually be a 12 dollar stock. Just hold it, and collect the dividends in the meantime.
Never anything wrong with taking money on a short term trade, if that is your thing. See you @ 100+ soon.
Unloved ? Huh ? The way it recovered from a dip to 64 bucks, then rocketed back up to 80+ ? How is that "unloved" ? I wish ALL of my stocks were that "unloved".
One small active volcano releases MORE carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide than ALL human activity since the beginning of recorded history. GO XOM. See you @ 150 dollars sooner than you might think.