I don't conspire with any firm to manipulate the price!!
Would love to see the guys who do it, in prison, though...
Adam can go s u c k an egg.
BTW he has lost credibility. Which is more credit than he may deserve...I'm not sure he ever had any.
Best of the best. Zero competition, reallly.
I certainly wouldn't worry about an investor paying $70+. He'll get his money back with nothing more than a little patience.
Ditto, you said it for me. While the oversold condition may be clear to many here, most traders and retail investors are reactionary and don't do any DD whatsoever.
I get my prescriptions filled at my local Walgreens. They are quick to recommend alternatives. They even call my doctor to get permission to change the order. Yes, drug lines are frequently long, but that's partly because
pharmacists do take the time to educate doctor's patients. (Sometimes I have to plead for mercy to escape them.) I do not believe pharmacists get enough credit for what they do. Mine at least, make every attempt to stay current. And they also read industry publications...
My father lost both legs. He passed away two years ago last week. I'm never selling!
Unless they right this ship fast, they are likely to face the wrath of those underwater more than $30 per share.
Have a great weekend. Everyone.
There is a conference in San Francisco on Wednesday. Unless Morgan Stanley or Goldman decide to declare the stock oversold on Monday, don't expect much. Apparently some nitwit
at Oppenheimer sways investor opinions more than the much better known analysts who have access to the current sales data and plans.
Just like the most recent target: FEYE
They hated it under $35 and now they love love love it. I'm sure they'll pump that one
back to $100 now that they've gone long the shares.
Good point, one I haven't given any thought to.
One thing I learned in business - You can't improve your company reputation or standing or sales by bashing the competition.
Would love to see Goldman Sachs smack down Oppenheimer.
Good grief. Do you even have a job? Who sells for a 2% profit every chance they get. You'd have to be glued to your computer full-time. Not worth it.
The SEC is rather busy, it might help to point them in the right direction. Ask them to investigate Oppenheimer trades and collusion with others to shareholder detriment, etc. They do appreciate tips.
Sometimes, they even follow up.
Hedge funds have been losing money for 7-years now. Being right once in a while hasn't saved them, now has it? Investors are dumpling hedge funds and I do not blame them.