Somebody bought 500 shares at market price, 100 @ 1.49 100 @ 1.50 and 300 @ 1.50. The fact that these happened at the exact same time means, one buyer and 3 sellers.
arts.crafts2, you need to find another stock to short. Micron has been extremely undervalued for a very long time, and this run up is not unjustified. You obviously do not understand the fundamentals, this is painfully obvious. Kindly go away.
You really have no clue. If you look at the price action, it was really a very small amount of shares used to drop the price to it's current level, and most of the block trades have been at the ask.
After each and every block trade, there was a 100 share trade immediately after which brought the last trade price back to the bid.
What is obvious to any seasoned trader is, somebody is trying very hard to make it look like nobody wants to buy while accumulation is happening and longs are being scared into selling at bargain basement prices.
The first loan default was due to the fact that WF requires 50 million in Q revenues, then they defaulted because they did not file with the SEC by whatever date was set by Hercules. It wasn't because of inability to pay.
What's the matter? Afraid because the price held up better than you thought this week?
Glassdoor?? You are really reaching there new alias, I mean wow. They don't verify employment, don't require you to say what position you held, or explain why you got fired (yes this guy was obviously canned).
People never want to believe that they are expendable, this guy obviously was, and took it personally when they let him go. That is of course, like I said, if he actually was an OCZ employee at all. I could go on their site right now and right an anonymous post JUST LIKE THIS ONE without anybody ever validating what I wrote.
Anyhow, this guy was certainly NOT an engineer if he even worked at OCZ at all. Thanks for wasting our time with this garbage.
There's Seagate too, has everyone forgotten they are in the market for solid state tech companies? From Bloomberg September 10 quoted STX CEO Luczo:
Seagate, which has been making products based on the needs of equipment manufacturers, is shifting its strategy to focus on technology buyers, including cloud-service providers, Luczo said. That will require software and silicon-based products, which Seagate may have to buy.
“Having silicon technology in-house is really important,” Luczo said. He didn’t name any companies that Seagate may pursue."
One anonymous negative *review* addresses shareholders, I mean who does that? Was it you? Probably somebody shorting OCZ no doubt.
I believe that a sampling of multiple demographics would be required for this to be considered scientific. As it is, most of the 11 reviews appear to be downsized employees if they even worked for OCZ at all, I guess we should take their word for it that they aren't some boiler room stooges. Either way, the 1.9% after only 11 reviews is hardly accurate, even if you could validate their claims. It's just too small of a percentage of total number of employees, which should be weighted scoring highly technical positions higher, or even by median salary by position. Nothing!! this site offers nothing to help investors in OCZ.
Luczo also said they don't want to overpay, which implies FIO may be out of the running leaving OCZ as a clear choice.
It seems to me Seagate may benefit from seeming uninterested in OCZ in order to prevent a price spike making the purchase more expensive, JMHO.
Also WD bought Virident, so I doubt Seagate will continue to use their controllers after the acquisition is completed. Seems like this could motivate Seagate to buy a solid state tech company soon, and as cheap as OCZ is I expect they are considering making a move when the time is right. Also with their own controller tech, Seagate could truly differentiate & customize their product offerings. All JMHO, do your own DD.
I was watching them tick by on my real time streaming level 2 screen in Fidelity Active Trader Pro, shortly before I wrote this 2x 10k trades were bought at the ask then exactly 1 second later 100 shares at the bid, on the chart it looked like the price stood still but in reality sebody bought 20k shares cheap.
Maybe multiple suitors since any other solid state tech company purchase would still be reliant upon 3rd party controllers.