Yeah I saw that news this morning and it changed my view. For now, I will hold a modest position. Basically a "high risk/high reward" candidate now, instead of a total scam with lots of bounce action :)
If yahoo were showing them on their top % gainers list I bet this would be up 50% right now. I honestly think yahoo has a big influence on the market. Not sure why they don't show up there, but it's probably why there has been a delayed reaction today. jmho and i know it may be crazy
I think that's possible. I expect a fairly boring call with nothing interesting being reported, especially regarding sales. Would be nice to get surprised.
don't get me wrong, i'm bullish this company, but i have seen this kind of post dozens of times on other tickers. it just doesn't mean anything. absolutely zero indication of where the company is truly heading. the only thing it tells us is that they are spending money on hiring. i know that sounds negative but i have seen ppl get sucked into stocks and lose their shirt because of this kind of nonsense analysis. not you, but the people you are hoping to convince to buy the stock.
death spiral is when they can keep exercising at lower and lower prices, isn't it? that doesn't seem to be the case here, but maybe I don't have the right understanding. can you explain the death spiral reference?
sounds like if anything they would be supplying the chinese... although a student of history would remember that those who supply BOTH sides of a conflict make the most money. yikes!
my concern, which i posted already, is whether or not this deal really pans out. with their backs against the wall they may have given away the farm
The Chinese company will buy a few pieces, reverse engineer all the tech, and start producing it themselves. Whatever payments UQM receives will essentially be all they get for their whole portfolio of technology.
There are no patent protections when dealing with China. The above scenario happens every day. Executives are foolish and shortsighted or just greedy when they make deals with Chinese companies.
shorts are great, the preserve capital when the market declines. without them recovery would be almost impossible
looking at the one year chart and wondering what kind of drugs you are taking that makes you post a message like this
you may have a point, but i doubt management would want to delist. they're not as worried about your short term gains/losses as you are. delisting would feel like a failure to them. just my own hunch
I mean, if they had a little more detail in the PR, with pics available, it may have run up yesterday. then, people scanning the field for positive news would see drug results +green day. instead, the market had to wait all day for the presentation, and it actually finished regular trading hours red. it's certainly true that a lot of traders don't have time to look at all the details, they're looking for news + market reaction. making the market wait all day for the full story was, imho, a poor decision.
management went on record that all accusations have already been cleared by regulators, there's no official investigation. they were very convincing, didn't just sound like the usual denial. unfortunately, damage is done for now. CC is worth a listen, they basically pre-reported a stellar qtr
when i saw one this morning i actually thought it was suing erhart or the new york times. that would be interesting.
these typical lawsuits pop up any time a stock goes down suddenly by a large %. they just file and hope something will stick. usually they don't get enough plaintiffs and it never even gets off the ground. it's sort of lottery ticket play for the law firms involved.
using round numbers for a quick estimate, leaning towards the generous side actually. except for my point about charging $100 per user. I used some hyperbole there :D
agree, except that i think journalists should be responsible for their info instead of just publishing what is handed to them