It's really a shame. The SEC ought to do more. But until then, I've decided to take my small losses, and get out. You might as well just day trade or play black jack.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Public health MD here. Amazing story stock. No position yet. Is this about to crash or be bought out?
If the data is legit there is no doubt about the incredible utiliity of the product. Almost too good to be true. Would indeed be mandatory in every hospital in the world and needed by every infection control unit.
They don't appear to have any cash or cash flow though. Are they actively seeking a buyout?
Technicals here seem to suggest some support over $10 with all this volume. Opinions?
New here. This is obviously some sort of unusual stock situation.
Anyone understand the technicals here? A run up now thru $10. Does this bode well to hit $15? Shouldn't the company be actively seeking a buyout? Investor hub is blank for some reason.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Just read this and reread this. I've had enough. I've been very patient and understanding and had faith in this my last penny stock.
If Abrams was really involved, instead of just using his name, the CEO and Abrams himsle would have spoken up for this company's potential.
The SEC needs to ramp up regulations on these stocks and demand better transparency and accountability. Until they do, it's really not a fun hobby and it's not profitable at all obviously. Getting out. In 10 weeks when they are close to production maybe revisit.
You're really better off day trading real stocks and leveraged etfs than trying to decipher the penny stock world. GLTA.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
It's fallen as I previously suggested it would back to the prior support of 0023. It's still above the 200 day MA during a pre holiday week when you would expect folks to dump. I'm no expert but the last PR certainly didn't excite me.
The PRs being put out generally reflect a very clumsy, slow, obviously inefficiently run penny stock company, but it's not all bad news if they can hold above 0021 this week.
However, all this time has gone by and Joe Abrams hasn't said a word, and it's time for him to speak up if he really has a hand in the plan here. That really is the only way they can regain some trust of new investors.
Obviously this is not a typical pure p&d penny scam. There is a real product, and Joe Abrams is clearly somehow involved. It may be a good time to reach out to Casey at IR and see where things are. I'm not an expert and dont' make recommendations obviously.
I also think playing pennies is not a good idea in general as there is insufficient SEC regulation. THAT is the real issue !
Next resting or resistant point at 85.89. If it pops thru there tomorrow, should break 90.
If not, will still have a base above prior all time high around ?$83.
FB finally breaking out the way it was supposed to a year ago. Might also serve as a good hedge against interest rate rise as it doesn't really follow the market all the time.
Unless mgmt completely flops at the shareholders mtg with more doom and gloom guidance, FB finally should get to $100 by end of 2015.
Trading advice this week? Will it slide back down to 0025? I guess only Casey knows for sure. Opinions?
As long as it's resting over $80 I'm quite content. Looks alot better than it did when it was struggling for its existence at $24. Looks like I may just hold until retirement.
Thanx for the input BZ.
The chart looks sort of positive at any rate to a beginner like me. FB still seems like a good hedge against the general market since it really doesn't tack like the S&P.
I was going to take more profits, but the chart seems to suggest a base over $80 now. As long as it's there, I'll wait out the shareholders meeting.
Seems like you have to be very brave to short FB at this point after Yellen's comments. Just my .02. Weak buy? Opinions?
I have to stay in. I bought pre IPO and always felt it should be at $100 by this summer. It engenders a great deal of antipathy and does not come off as shareholder friendly stock obviously and that has been the company's biggest problem.
Still, it offers a low beta, and I doubt FB will fall drastically with a correction. There are too many folks itching to get in below $70, as it offers a massive moat and has now nearly captured the entire mobile ad market with Google. A 20% drop in FB would put it priced at $67. Retail investors will push in at that point.
Market correction is probably a year away. There's just no where else to put your money. Even if they raise rates to 1%, that's not going to get investors excited. Also studies have shown that in rate raising environments, health care and tech do best.
I think FB can get to $100 this year unless they offer more bad guidance at the shareholder meeting. Is this move another head fake? Could be. After yellen's comments, i don't think so. i think folks know that even if if there is a 10% correction after the rates go up, next November FB will probably be at $90 a share. Also, if BABA takes off people may put money back in that direction as well, but right now that's a big big IF.
So will there be resistance to $100? Probably less than there was getting to $50 initially. The culture of bashers and shorters is fascinating. So vicious, so defeatist, so nasty. Very disturbing. However, with all the cash FB has, and the huge moat it enjoys with FB, Instagram, and What's APP, it's hard to see this not getting to $100 finally.
I'm no expert, not offering any advice. But with Yellen's comments and the FB breakout reaction to all time highs, this could be a big move as long as management stays out of the way.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Agree. Only matters if they can launch the thing at all and if Abrams finally makes a statement. IR emails do suggest that news is coming and there should be a nice bump on the next one again.
All good points. They suggested the company had good technology and would be a takeover target months ago and it didn't happen. Ok.
But EVERY penny stock has the same problems. The only reasons to keep VOIS are Casey Burt in IR, and Joe Abrams. Also, the product can help the disabled greatly, in theory. And that's important to many of us who have worked with the disabled.
VOIS has to start turning out product next month. If not, then they really cannot be trusted, in my non expert opinion. Either way, there is some profit in trading it.
Appreciated. Agree with the assessment.
Took some profits.
Current run seems to be taking a breather.
IF they do what they say they are going to do, VOIS could be a 10 bagger.
Market broadly down today, many profit takers.
May buy on dips below 0036.
I'm not expert and not offering guidance. It does seem classically range bound, though nicely so for many of us who have a cost below $50. Also it's a stock with ownership that folks still feel animus towards.
Their guidance, expenses and lack of shareholder yield or interest keeps the stock below $80. If this stock were run by any Harvard MBA, and had a normal BOD and share holder structure it would already be above $100 IMO.
But if you take a simple look at its tracings, you'll see that FB often moves contrary to the dow, and up after the annual shareholder meeting. After this year's mtg, the basic hostility towards the ownership and the way the voting shares are structured will probably dissipate some as the mtg shows off a bit better their human side (if there is truly is one).
Also after May 2015, the concerns with interest rates should be realized or accepted by investors. FB seems likely to do most of its move up after the shareholder's meeting, in my opinion. It's still very likely to break $90 this year, but I assume it's going to be range bound until their annual mtg. FB is a great hedge right now though as it's downside is very limited. If it drops to $69 buyers will rush in. HOLD.