For what? To say what? The management #$%$'ked up period. If you're still in this stock then you deserve to lose. Do you think they like having their stock price cut by 80%? So what would you say to them? Do a little role playing with yourself and see how stupid your questions would sound.
I hear that. I lost 8 grand in one morning holding through earnings. I have other rules. 1. Set your stops. and stick to that number. That stop number was made with your analytical mind not the reactive one that can't pull the trigger when your losing. 2. Never hold through earnings. 3. Average up not down. I"ve made money averaging down but not very often. 4. Never turn a trade in to an investment. You'll wake up poorer than you were the day before most of the time. Day trade only 200-800 per day and hold your losses to a maximum of 250-300 bucks. My return for the last 6 months is 26%.
#$%$. Just when you think it can't go any lower........it does!!!!
Just checking in on you guys to make sure you're still losing money. Yep, you are!
You are correct. And by leaving them alone and not saying anything as you suggest would mean that they would not benefit from my mistakes. I wish someone would have told me but I had to learn the hard way. As for the grinch comment....if you only knew.......
Market maker doesn't have the answer. He tries to make the market, that's all. And, in this case SUNE doesn't have a market or company for that matter. BK is on the way and I don't mean Burger King.
That's incorrect. The stock price has changed in the last 4 months and now nobody wants to loan Sune money for projects. That's a real problem. And, they could go bankrupt.....easily with all that debt.
You can't call and complain that you lost your own money. You can't blame any of that on them. did they stop you from hitting the sell button? When you gamble using slot machines or craps or any other game and you lose money, you can't call the manager and say why did this machine take all my money? I want answers! The stock market is the same. You cannot expect them to say, do or help you in any way. If you want to see the person responsible for losing your money, look in the mirror. I know I've been there. Quit moaning about the fact that you can't get answers. They are not obligated to give you Jack #$%$. It is legal however to buy low and sell higher and steal from them or other investors. Focus on that instead of locking up and not hitting the sell button.
You got balls brother. Hope it works out for you but I think when Giant Hedge funds sell they think it's going lower. But they could be wrong just like management at Sune. What a bunch of DipChiits
I'm not preventing anyone from doing anything. I'm just saying you're wasting your time. Make you feel better? That's not their job. That's yours. Look at Erict7019 below. Now wasn't that a waste of time. What did you expect them to say? Oh no it's not going to zero? They have no control over that. I can't believe someone would call and say Fast money said it was going to zero, is that true? Like he would say yep it's true. He doesn't know and neither does anyone else on this board. All I know if when the stock opened this morning it started going down. All of you who didn't sell should have. Period. It's called setting your stops. Never forget it.
Take a business class or a stock class. Compare with PII. You see PII makes money, a lot of money. Gevo loses money, lots of money. If you're running a Kool-aid, stand and the Kool-aid, cost 1.00 to make and you sell it for .20 per serving, you will lose money. That's basically what Gevo does. Oh, it's good Kool-aid, but you won't stay in business very long.
Sorry to hear that you and little Fred have lost so much on gevo.you need to ask yourself one simple question. And that is WHY ARE YOU RELYING ON GEVO MANAGEMENT TO HELP YOU MAKE MONEY. Your waiting and waiting for gevo to go back up. And when it doesn't you blame the CEO or company management. You talk about upset tummies eating your Christmas dinner and hopefully they get good news or you'll suffer some more. Well I'm happy to tell you that I can fix that. Yes I can. First thing you do is admit that you fell in love with a stock that was very very risky. You lost money. You didn't have a plan or set stops or guidelines on how much you were willing to lose. You road it down to where it is because you couldn't stand the idea that you were wrong about your precious little gevo. You didn't follow a plan and therefore when you started losing you couldn't hit the sell button. You were filled with denial, hope and desperation. But you couldn't hit the sell button and that's why your tummy is upset at Christmas dinner. say this to yourself. It's my fault. Repeat several times until you realize that you screwed up. Then go get some more money start over again and have a plan next time
And then I let it sit all year. If oil comes back or if Gevo actually does something it might be worth a decent profilt. I mean, it is pretty cheap here.