It's a non-stop BEAR BLOODBATH and it's NOT going to STOP!!!
Market was oversold + Ebola scare = INCREDIBLE buying opportunity, Heh heh heh, Stooopid bears screwed it all up and lost money AGAIN!!! LOL!!!!
I can't go divulging secrets but believe me, you DON'T want to be standing in front of this train!
I can say this -- where SPY is right now is equal to EXACTLY where it was on about the 3rd day of July 2013. Take a look at that and you'll see what's coming -- about 20 more days of non-stop upside.
Amazing strength off that bottom! I've made a bloody KILLING off this bounce!!! BOOOO-YAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!
I love buying da dip !!!!!
They obviously knew things were about to go downhill quickly and they quickly dumped right before it took a swan dive.
(All prices in Canadian dollars)
Warren Baker exercised options for as little as $3.29 then sold at $19.00, July 3rd
Dezso Joseph Horvath exercised options at $9.10 and then sold at $16.65, Aug 7th
James Douglas Arthurs sold in July and Aug
Just sad for anyone who got caught up in all the stupid hoopla. It's just a little company beside a Canada post out in rainy old Vancouver. I've been watching the chart just fade away since June 2013 when they did that suicidal share dilution. How the hell did they expect people to react. I'm just surprised it held up for as long as it did after that debacle.
He said they looked into it a few years back and also National Bank did intensive research and figured out the company had nothing proprietary and was terribly overvalued. Anyhow he said they're still holding their short position.
5 years of a Biiiiiig crash is coming, run for the hills, hide your money in your mattress, buy gold and bury it like a squirrel. Jesus Christ man, don't you people EVER do anything besides hoping and praying for the end of the world? All I can think of when I read your comments is the saying "misery loves company" and that's the only thing you have going here, a veritable circle jergk of misery.
Compare a 20 year chart of the US dollar to the stock market and you will see there is no connection at all -- there's too many other factors involved to just make a blanket statement that a high US dollar hurts profits, it's just not that simple.