The biotech sector is currently experiencing its largest drop since October of 2011. All thanks to the government.
Bull. It's both. Even if we didn't have an R/S, the stock would likely be dropping right now. When a big run occurs, a stock has to retrace, even moreso when it has a good reason to do so, such as the political fallout or an R/S.
If the gov't had nothing to do with this drop, then you'd see a whole lot more green in the market, but most of the market is getting slammed and particularly biotechs. You're either just being manipulative and/or you aren't very intelligent.
I completely disagree with this. Speculative stocks are often take the biggest hit when the market tanks. Look at the summer of 2011 and how biotech performed then. Biotechs got clobbered.
A lot of this is gov't related. Unfortunately, if the situations doesn't resolve itself soon, it will kill a run-up, in my opinion. But if it drops below $5, I'll be willing to take that risk.
Sure, it works, but in order for it to work, EVERY shareholder--retail and institutional--would have to do this, and also only have a cash account. So you tell me... will it work?
Well, if history repeats itself, we have a few more days of consolidation before a significant move back up.
Tab, I'll be keeping my eye out for 13-Fs, but most likely won't start showing up until November. I'm keeping an eye on institutional investors as well. If a bunch have jumped on board prior to results being released, that would give me much more confidence to hold.
I doubt hollywallst is even shorting this stock. Just like ruffling feathers.
If you're looking for a quick flip, buying now is risky based on technical indicators, although I won't be surprised if this stock follows the path that TSLA did from mid-April to end of June.
Long term though, you're golden at this price.
So you want the company to be run like a pump and dump, a la CLSN or CTIC, then? Why should the company feel bad about doing things in the same manner as nearly every other respectable NASDAQ company?
Secondly, all of things you are asking the company to say have been said during investor presentations (with the exception of commenting on SA articles--which they shouldn't do). You clearly haven't bothered listening to any of the presentations.
Sounds like you should stick to playing pink sheet stocks.
Where are you seeing this? I'm on the Fidelity website right now, and it still says 8.3%. Unless an institution files their 13-F early, we won't know until mid-November what the new holdings are.
No offense, but if you can't provide proof, then your post is nothing more than a mindless, manipulative pump. (And that's coming from someone who thinks results will be positive.)
You're wrong. The guidance for this month never changed. Who knows if the stupid shutdown will have any effect though.
Um, Exalgo is a ZLCS product that makes profit. Not a lot of course, but wanted to point out that your DD is pretty awful.