Hurt by previous high success.
No money to be made when it flatline trades
Why do people rather look at the lower number and react to that? Two different analyst with far range numbers from each other. One is a total miss
Can't people just hold onto shares? Friday there was a two dollar sell off. Bad move when you see where it open today. So another bad move two dollar sell off again
Fact. Sears is not a cool place to shop at. It's like a Buick car
Up again, this time up five percent. Thank you google even though you have nothing to do with baidu. Chinese economy and America are a bit different. Lol!
When we end will be? English is not your first language? When a person post repetitively in a day for one stock then that person most be losing lots of money. Feels his only chance is to post on a meesageboard. Sorry, but it won't help
Even radio shack didn't drop that much in a short amount of time when it was in the 40s. Not a good sign when there are more employees than customers in a store during a week day.
Keeping an eye on baidu. Just a suggestion
More noteworthy will be future lockup expirations involving far more shares. In March, 429 million shares owned by insiders become free to trade and then in September another 1.6 billion shares, including those held by Yahoo! Today was only 8 million
Why not just say you bought shares and that your in debt. Your not fooling anybody. By the way, not sure how many stores they have, but I do know each is losing money and that a third of those stores they wanted to closer, but couldn't
5 days ago he writes this:
It's over for the Shack
by jechaucer • Jun 11, 2014 10:19 AM
I don't need to read a million charts or financial reports. I only need to read every message board post concerning RadioShack. People have given up on them. It is too late for the Shack to be the old Shack. Besides, the old Shack wasn't working either.
My guess is that he was dumb enough by not taking his own advice and he bought shares, now he I'd defending Radio Shack? Lol! I see right thru you