It would be very impressive if your prediction comes true. Any prediction for July expiration?
While the stock price seems headed up towards a 12 month high, with Japanese central bank trying to weaken the yen thereby helping Toyota's profit margin, anybody else thinks this stock may touch $100 by this summer?
I am new to this stock. I am very impressed that this went up from $2 to $20 in the last 18 months. Can someone please explain me reasons/theories behind the stock price rise?
Can someone please explain why this number (% of Float Held by Institutional & Mutual Fund Owners )is 101%. Is it because of people with short positions that the number is higher than 100%? If so, if the short interest is 6% according to Ameritrade, does it mean really 95% is owned by institutions and mutual funds. And if Arris is going to buy back 10% of the float, do we see a short squeeze forming?
This is a funny stock. It has been only upgraded in the last year or so, no downgrades, and every recommendation is atleast a BUY, and still the stock is near historic low.
It would be easy to ramp this up by MM because everyone "seems" to like it. I predict we will see a run upto 17.5 and then a slide back to 12.5 in the next 6 months.
Great post. No wonder Bush administration is telling congress they need to act fast. They dont want people to figure out what you have figured out.
Doing the reverse math, they must have figured 700B/120k ie 6M homes will be in foreclosure when it is all over.
So which is worse, hiring Cheney to give money to big oil or hiring Paulson to give money to GS and others?
I will attempt to answer my own question - the answer is short squeeze!!
It must have leaked out at noon that SEC is contemplating banning shorting. I had always heard definitions of what short squeeze is. I think we will see the mother of all short squeezes.
How high will MYL go over the next week? Over $20?
Once AIG starts selling its parts, they won't need to use up all of the $85B line of credit as their credit ratings at Moody's and S&P would go up. I predict they raise $50B by selling parts of their business and pay back US govt in 6-12 months leaving a clean business that generates $20-25B revenue which would be valued at $25B-30B market cap, bringing share value to around $10. Ofcourse there would be no dilution if they pay the loan back. In 2 years this would be a $20 stock.
Excellent point. Which other financial company is more important to the financial world than AIG? Undoubtedly it would come back after chapter 11 if it comes to it. The question is can it recover without filing for bankrupcy.