The consensus. estimate for the quarter is 0.089/share. Not too bad. Why is your opinion better than the pro's. I suspect that you are a big penny stock guy with no brains or money.
I like most are terrified at the socialist/communist Bernie and Granny looking to take and give. Put your thinking in the proper place. You must be on the take end.
Hilton: You must be smart. You do own that hotel chain. Nothing to do at all with liquidity. The low liquidity only results in a wider bid ask spread. I said why the low buying volume. Surely a potential forty dollar share price would tempt stock buyers to buy in at these penny stock values. Why fight over twenty cents Pay the ask. Logic says just no smart buyers. Just the penny folks chasing the pot of gold. Another question for you real smart ECTE dreamers. Why isn't the entire company snapped up for peanuts at these prices?
Dancingwith wildnkrazy bears: Once again the diarrhea spews out. The question was "dude" why the pathetically LOW buying volume? ANSWER IT PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Well "DUDE" you bought 30K shares, rode it up to $90k, then took it back to $27K. You lost a gain of $63K. Does not sound like good investing to me. Stupid is that stupid does.
Mary: At least with your touting why don't you tell the truth. The stock went from 0.60 to $3.00 back to 0.90 then up to where it is today. How much did you buy at $3?? The discussion was on the pathetically LOW daily trading volume. Sure would like to know why a forty dollar stock trading at a buck and change generates no buying volume??? Your diarrhea was expected and welcomed proving once again that not one original thought comes out from the minds of low intellects..
No you are not missing anything. Other than a few days the stock hardly trades any shares. Those who hype it on this board are living in a fantasy world. What difference does it make if buyers pour in at $1.20 or $1.50? The stock is DESTINED they say to return to $44/share. The almost zero interest in ECTE by the market tells me that the real experts see nothing in the future for this company. Now, you touts bring on the written diarrhea.
and why do we care what you think? If you can really call the future then who will win the NCAA basketball tournament? With this future event "call" from you I can really make some big bucks.
Does anyone know whether a capital gain derived from the buy and sale of NMM stock is reported to the IRS on a 1099B or a K-1. Experts(?) at my Fidelity brokerage account give me a mixed bag of answers! I do not have an accountant. Do all my tax myself and do not want to get involved with K-1's.
How do you like ECTE stock going from $ 3.0 to 0.90?( 70% loss) .I am hardly a disgruntled ex-employee of a failure such as ECTE.. I do not mind pumping when there is something to pump. But my complaint is the positive spin that you always put on. And God knows that failure has been the order of the day since the "rebirth". Actually I worked for a major big pharma , recently retired, and made my fortune in investing in the health care industry. Ecte was the talk of the diabetes group at this company and was ruled out as not having much if any merit. I threw a few bucks at it anyway and when the near bankruptcy bought several thousand shares for pennies. I did unload half in the upper two's and still wonder why you and others did not do the same. I guess I do feel sorry for you. What is someone who makes the same mistake over and over and over again.? Answer...............................................
Yes, besmart it is OK to make an investment and when it goes south to ADMIT that you were wrong. But the continued positive spin while the stock returns to penny status should make you somewhat embarrassed. Unless, of course this is what you wanted as a penny stock guy. You got your wish and you are most likely buying at 90 cents. This time I suggest that if it returns to 3 bucks a share then DUMP IT!!!. I know that you will miss the big money when it goes back to $30/share but you know about the bird in the hand is worth...............................
I suspect that the selling pressure is from those that invested strictly for the dividend. Once this selling ends and the recognition that the company will survive sets in then some recovery will take place. If I knew when this would happen then a nice trade would be available. Meanwhile I will sit tight on my holdings of NMM and forget about the dividend.