If it goes through $22.90 its yellow light time, If it hits $22.81, it could be bad. If it does not hold their I will see an unwanted flashing "RED" light to jump ship. Lets hope it doesn't happen
So you want to buy more stock...of a stock that goes down from internal trading or due to dilution? Is that what your saying? When you say recycled stock, did you mean diluted stock?
At first I thought your comment was a little crazy, but after evaluating the psychology of this generation and last I can see your point. Did you really go around asking your friends if they were going to see Dragon II? It sounds like you are still a child at heart, or you have your life savings in DreamWorks stock.
Orange...Thanks for the history lesson. I guess I should be asking you where we might be going. There sure is a lot of pressure to the downside, but current investments look like they are paying off. Where do you think the bleeding will stop?
Nothing could surprise me.
The entire market is a scam. Its nothing, but a pull from a random hat "PUMP" and "DUMP". Absolutely no integrity from these market analysts. HSM Trading is a cancer. After I seen it I put in a market order to sell only to see if run right past my sell price on several occasions without any executions. Let me guess??? Others have priority over mine...What a shock!!! 3rd World country is just around this corrupt countries corner.
In this business Dreamworks would still be considered a new business. Its amazing that they have a PE at all. This is an expensive business and a few bad business decisions can cause short term problems. There balance sheet is still relatively strong. They made 55 million last year and most of that is gone on current and new projects. Being down 42 million is not that big a deal. This quarter will show an improvement over last. They still have 36 million to play with on the books, and Dragon II should bring in plenty of cash. I am not sure Wall Street really anticipates block buster figures so that's why I think its getting hit hard. Just look at what recently happened to LGF until its promotion department put that snafu to bed. LGF and DWA are just fine long term.
Just because Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and David Geffen are not all majority owners does not mean there is not 3 Jewish guys pulling most of the strings.
I should have known better...Its being hog washed by shorts. Those 3 guys probably care less. I wouldn't doubt if they owned any stock of their own. I would bet Jamie's clients have more interest in DWA then Spielberg and we all know how great Mr Dimond's is with somebody else's money. What an idiot, thinking a block buster would change the stocks direction!!! Its all about the money, not shareholder value.
I do not see a problem, yet it is down again. I did not think it was possible for 3 Jewish guys to have a losing stock. I understand some of the concern, yet not enough for the continuing drop in stock price!!! I just figured it out!@#!...They must be "Shorting" there stock...Right?
Why?...Is 91 a perfect entry point because 9 and 1 =10 and anything tagged with a 10 is good. Bo Derek corn roll this.