Any win will see at least a short bounce. Any loss will bring a huge crash. Any decision will leave room for fud unless there's some sort of miracle that eliminates the chance for appeals.
Could be the double whammy of the news about addressable market connected with ALIM, and the anti-feurstein backlash... or maybe just bouncing off the bottom? Must be bored today :D
as of now it has taken back half of what it gave back lol.. who knows, we'll find out eventually if this was a blip or a leak or what :D
could have been him... or you... or you're the same person... never know on these boards. your id was created on april fool's day this year and you only have a handful of posts :D
absolutely hilarious! highly recommended for a good laugh! she starts blabbling about potpourri and the guy just cuts her off mid-sentence.
don't always see an immediate bump from a conference, especially late on a Friday. also, they labeled the guidance "as of Aug..." meaning it's the same guidance previously released, so they didn't revise it, but didn't expressly reiterate.
think this is pretty low right now. like oversold city. is this the whipping boy for the whole 3D printing sector or what? lol
I'll repeat: you always have to seek a settlement when you're filing suit against someone. It's part of the process. You can't go to trial until you exhausted your efforts to come to an agreement without a trial.
part of the legal process is to attempt to settle before actually going to court. if you don't try to settle first, you're actually making an error that can be held against you. any time you sue someone they have the opportunity to settle. it shouldn't end up in court until you can prove that your efforts to settle outside of court have been exhausted.
trust me I'm a pessimist. If they think they're going to lose they would just work on the next stage of appeals. Why try to urge a settlement? Makes no sense at all. We'll find out soon enough what the decision will be, this kind of 'news' is not actionable no matter how you view it.
That's bullish, not bearish. It means they believe they're winning and want to end the appeals process and move on. They wouldn't urge a settlement, especially at this stage, from a position of weakness. I read it as "ok, you've lost already, just give it up and move on", not "you're about to win so please I beg you to give up"...
Assuming your post is true, no doubt the plan is to wreck the message boards in some way that makes them virtually useless to anybody. That's the yahoo mo