Just technical analysis.
I'm a technician and this is not good.
FYI: I don't care if NBG goes up or down.
My target has been posted.
My target is not based on guesses but rather on investment analytics.
Gotta go now.
let's see now...
I get a thumbs-up for that one.
you get a thumbs-down.
I guess the "public" has voted.
are you going to run for president next?
how's the view from that soap-box.
are you in hyde park at speakers corner?
it does not even matter if this goes to $2.10 again.
this is because there are plenty of people who would buy this even though every professional knows that .37 cents will come.
and possibly even zero will come later.
or nbg adr's will simply completely stop trading one day soon..
that was a real answer.
I see now that you are not promoting this nbg junk.
sorry about that.
my assumption was only based on your seemingly blunt question.
but I now see you were actually being serious.
& fyi there is no evidence that a stock, or an adr in this case, can be influenced by anyone posting dumb comments on a message board.
if this were possible then everyone, including yourself, would be a multi-billionaire.
I have some hobbies to attend to next.
have a great day & sorry for mixing you in with the rest of the nbg promo-crowd here.
Good service too.
A very very good business model.
Need I say more?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
this is the sad reality, and seriousness, of the situation for nbg adr holders.
you see a little pop today and are thinking...oh-boy, I better buy some more.
on wall street we call this: "throwing good money after bad money".
99.999% of the time you lose even more money by doing this.
just giving out million dollar advice for absolutely free.
and i'm a professional trader.
I wish there were fewer idiots like yourself in this world, seriously.
you promote this kind of bankrupt-junk and you destroy peoples lives by doing so.
.37 cents soon for nbg.
for those who are new to equity investing you will do much better if you stick with issues that trade for over $10.00.
for every dollar under $10.00 of an issue you increase the chances for big losses by 1000%
this advice if free but will save you a fortune over your investing lifetimes.
Now, he's starting to stagger around...
Oh-No...he just dropped his bottle... LOOK-OUT!
Has he been drinking all weekend again?
Must have had a very wild weekend.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
& You can take this rule to the bank.
Scotty beam me up!
What's the next line?
I told you to buy here long ago at $17.00-$20.00 but no one ever listens, now do they?
The reason we'll go so high is called... "perfect-execution" on Wall Street.
I know. They often delete mine too but that is really just the work of a software BOT.
EU considering kicking Greece out of the EURO.
Then they will beg to come back and to accept Germanys terms with open-arms.
Hard-Ball is not always fun when the ball finally starts hitting you in the face.
You will want the ball to stop hitting you in the face.
Happy week to all.
.37 cents is my NBG price target.
And even at .37 cents there will be plenty of risk here.
My posts are my opinions and do not reflect the opinions of Yahoo! Incorporated.
I just loaded up the truck at the close last week.
Big news is about to hit & all new 52-week highs for Digital Ally, Inc.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
(Bloomberg) -- Greece is set to make its next repayment to the International Monetary Fund Monday, further depleting cash reserves that risk running out this month unless a deal is reached with European partners.
Greece will deposit about 588 million euros ($617 million) with the IMF, as scheduled, according to a Finance Ministry spokesman, who declined to be named in line with policy. As other repayments come due this week, the government said on March 14 it had a plan to “enhance its liquidity” and won’t have problems paying wages or pensions.
Locked out of capital markets, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s government is eating into cash reserves while trying to get the euro region to release more funds from its 240 billion-euro bailout program. He’ll join European leaders in Brussels on Thursday, after tensions between Greece and Germany escalated last week with Greece filing a complaint against German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and the German minister saying he couldn’t rule out Greece leaving the euro.
The idiots who told you to buy NBG when it was trading above $2.00 are coming back in here and posting more bunk about how wonderful NBG is and how is AH it's at $1.27 now.
Just remember that these are all the same folks who got you to buy NBG at over $2.00.
They are in a lot of pain and want to share their pain with others.
No one ever listens to common sense, now do they?
Part of the reason for todays little temporary pop in NBG shares is that an artificial trading program has a bid for one contract of the $2.00 put contract that expires in 30 minutes and the bid is at .75 cents.
This bid "fools" artificial trading programs into buying/covering only to sell again for their very large gains.
These BOTS know that the "downtrend" will continue for NBG shares.
Do you want a really good joke now?