nobody knows what the news really means for the value of the company, and the big guys with the power to analyze the deal aren't interested in wasting time on it. that's my guess
I'm not as thrilled as the market appears to be right now. Only 30K shares traded so far, but looks like this is being taken as a big positive. I always liked that they had no debt. imho risk factor just went up, down the road if their prediction of revenue and profit doesn't happen, could see a bk. And they haven't been very good at predicting future successes. I'm still in for the big win, but only with money I can afford to risk :D
This is the kind of silly and desperate post you normally see from a clueless noob trader. You sure you used to be a professional?
I'm not a religious person, but I believe in religious freedom. Dumped my shares and won't use their services again
I never had one, either. But I know that if I trade 4x margin on Ameritrade they will automatically close the position if I don't before trading closes. I don't leverage myself like that but some ppl do
One big one could trigger a squeeze of margin calls, which might all go off in a few seconds, after which the order book naturally returns to where real buys are. Just speculating off the top of my head, but seems plausible. Given ONVO's usual trading pattern I can imagine a lot of shorts painting themselves into a corner today.
Maybe a short on day trade margin got auto closed
There's already a ton of 3D printing manufacturing. Strength is not an issue, either. Many high performance parts are now made with 3D printing and test at a higher quality, not lower.
That doesn't really make sense. Companies often have multiple products that compete with each other. If afrezza does grow, it won't just take market share from sanofi. Overall it's still a gain, with potential to make them #1 in the space. Your post is based on the false narrative that big business is always evil and only cares about squashing competition. Thankfully the real world is not quite that awful.