A very legitimate line of questioning.
I lead no one astray, just call it as I see it, and I see 58.00 was good advice to give.
Surprise! lol Feinberg is at it again adding another 2+ million shares.
What? Sorry, I couldn't hear you over the sound of money being thrown at this lol
lol Well would you look at that! Feinberg throws another $5 million at BIOL, he's as crazy as Cowbell, why didn't anyone see this coming ;)
Now wait second, I was trying to discuss fundamental factors, and you guys said I needed to learn how to read a chart, and every opportunity afforded to open dialogue was net with the sound of crickets. So now you don't want to discuss the chart, you want to discuss "mechanics". Great, what can you teach us about mechanics? Is then when a 30-day old alias has almost 800 posts bashing TWTR day and night in hopes that will have even the slightest impact on his OTM puts that are destined to expire junk?
Did I mention that the 50 day moving average will also find itself in that 58-59 range starting tomorrow? I've been taking the advice of whippersnappers to learn more about charts, they said even though I was trading in the dotcom era, and despite the fact that the closest they ever got was what their 3rd grade social studies teacher told them about it, that I have much to learn if I want to catch up to them and trade OTM puts, so I just want to make sure...am I doing it right guys?
lol You must have a "Cowbell" alert setup, or you sit here 24/7 just waiting for me to post so you can jump on it. Might be an interesting test sometime if I spoke against the company; you wouldn't know what to do; take Cowbell's side against it, or argue with Cowbell and speak for it. You'd probably wrestle with that for a while. You just said a buyout would be good, and you're anti-management, so wouldn't this latest SEC filing be right in your wheelhouse? Or, would you still be a BIOL hater after a buyout? The answer might depend on where Cowbell stands after something like that. Did you know I breathe air, yep, do it all the time, you should do the opposite of what I do, just hold your breath from now on ;)
Paving the way for increased ownership; shareholders have the green light to own 20%, up from 15% limitations. Not a coincidence, and you don't arbitrarily modify an agreement from 1998, just for fun. OWN IT! Like The Feinberg owns it, then laugh at the bashers.
Just taking a break to let you know what target I'm looking for short term. Lots of overselling on the intraday charts required to push it down, it's just not dropping, a best effort from shorts only made a 24% correction to a pricey stock. Not sure how long they can keep that going before investors just stop believing the "boy who cried wolf"? I feel like a 50% retracement of the gap is in order, A trend running just below 59.00, and a lot of previous action in that range, with a previous reversal from Jan 27th, I like 58-59 very soon. You're on your own for a while, good luck!
Busy living life ;) I haven't looked into what is most likely just free advertising for ambulance chasers, ten more will come out of the wood work, they're miles away from having a lead plaintiff or even a class. I increased exposure Friday, that should speak for my opinion.
Oh please, stop whining and act like you got a pair. Manipulation from naked shorts was fine Wednesday, night, then you tied one on, drank too much throw up on your shoes, and picked a fight with everyone in the joint, and generally made an obnoxious fool of yourself. It's cool we were young, dumb, and full of...once too. But now it's time to take responsibility for partying too hard. We all knew the risks, and circumstances when we signed up, don't over stay your welcome, just man up and take the appropriate actions for your portfolio.
Hey I'm just the messenger here, you started the sequential growth argument at Q1 last year. This is your metric not mine, so let's go with it ;)
Oh, so then you agree we should be consistent and use your sequential analysis ;)
I think this will be parlayed in to a bigger squeeze than we had on deck. Both sides were so caught off guard that it was entirely believable for moment that this was going to tank, what's the short interest at this point? 46.7% was enough to make a nice squeeze, did we achieve 75% even 100% at any point in this?
Are we not saying the same thing here? It was a big drop, but look at the playing field, it showed it's capable of a 15-20 move in a day. Half the tradable shares short could not move the stock, how much bear meat was required to bounce on price to get that move?
May I be the first to congratulate bears on the victory, seriously well done guys I wish I made your bet, but I didn't, now it's time to increase my stance. Bears only have so much weight to crush a stock with that has 70 million shares trading, contrast that with the mechanics of a bull's strength.
Unlike the bear and gravity, bulls are only limited by our shear muscle mass, and we bring a lot of muscle to the fight. 545 million bullish shares against a maximum 70 million bearish shares. I feel like goring me some over zealous cubs!
Stocks don't just go up, or just go down. Baggies got sucker punched, and it took a second to figure out where it came from. 50% short interest could not lower price, how much did it take to get a mere 20% drop? Round one goes to the bears numbering in few, but they call us bulls for a reason, when provoked we can be very aggressive, and in this case we are many, better start running...
lol I wasn't expecting TWTR the musical! Regardless of the any opinion of the stock their performance deserves recognition. How cool is that we live in a time when you can reach an audience limited only by your creativity. ♪♫♪Tweet a little tweet on Twitter ♪♫♫♪