Next reversal in the current BIOL trend should be around 3.30. Get Some!
This week I like YHOO to render a tax efficient solution to foreign assets. Get Some!
And then I'm a huge fan of IPO SHAK, Get Some!
That's this week's trifecta
I wonder if the 7,000 dental patients from Oklahoma that were exposed to HIV and hepatitis from 2007 to 2013 would have preferred the reassurance that laser dentistry affords it's patients? BIOL to 4.00, Get some!
...Spreading viruses and disease. Yep, they might be great at painless dental work but when it comes to spreading pathogens and infectious disease you need good old fashioned dental tools for that! Trending since May, heading to 4.00 BUY, BUY, BUY!!!
The action is very similar to the mid October move that yielded a 2.618 extension. Applying the same here would render 128.00 which sits just above a 127.00 valuation. Here is not an ideal short, maybe September will give way with additional float, but that's too far away to matter now.
Textbook uptrend, with higher highs, and higher lows, pullbacks are good places to add or build a position. I would do this all the way to 4.00. Kind of nice if you have funds tied up doing other things, or want to make recurring purchases and dollar cost average a chunk of your paycheck.
Dr. James Duncan had this to say, "EPIC X is actually above and beyond any other diode laser I have used in my practice. EPIC X, and the innovations it contains, such as pre-initiated diode tips, cut procedure time significantly and it is quicker and more responsive than I expected,"
How do you improve awesome? Easy, you make it more awesomer!
Lol I knew you wouldn't be able to resist. Oops you forgot which alias to use. We've had this conversation before. It was like when you slipped up on your jr5413 alias and went on the attack of an old poster picking up right where you left off. Good times...
Ironically he used to work for BIOL, then they let him go in 2003 so he took to bashing the stock and management under numerous aliases. But the same deep emotional instability that got him fired, keeps him here. Even a little negative attention is enough to feed his need. He has been useful for educational purposes though :)
Have to sift through YHOOs SEC filings to see it, but I'll trade some ADRs for a profit here and own YHOO for 400 million real BABA shares.
Cheaper than prior to the lift, yes, but not cheaper than now, so you have to wait to short.
I get the pinning psychology but it's the effect not the cause. It's like a fish thinking the worm is in charge if the fisherman. Bleed off premium, scoop up the lion's share at expiration and with the unlevered portion hit shares hard in to the close. maybe that's the case maybe not, but with so many players employing so many strategies it's risky to assume the story based on options activity. I do find it odd that they couldn't fill the gap or get this near that big pile of 110's; makes my spidy senses tingle. I don't think volitility is over for the day, guess we'll see...
Those are tough calls nobody likes to chase a stock. But having an idea about a valuation and events that will move it let you know if a stock is a good buy. Not relative to previous price but relative to what youre buying. A stock can be cheap at a 52 wk high while others expensive at a 52 week low. Today buyers are getting a good deal.
Board looks good now, although he's over 50% saturation.
Think it's a good sign when the bear machine turns on the bashing loop, probably a sign of desperation, they're failing today and they know it.
Got tired of waiting to touch the close. If the gap doesn't fill coming from that height on options expriation when we were that close to both numbers it's a bad sign for sellers. The fuse is lit, stand back lest you lose some digits.
JD has been building its logistic operations, and I think that could be a real bonus to BABA. maybe buying both is the answer but JD has what BABA doesn't. Should be a win/win for both companies. I already own all three so I'm good no matter what ;)
Probably my capitalist mindset, but I think getting as much cheap money as you can while it's being thrown at you is probably a good idea. Though I think a better acquisition would be competitor JD.
Don't sound so surprised, despite my humble yet gentle approach I'm right more often than I'm wrong :) I try to improve the thought patterns for other investors albeit at the expense of diplomacy sometimes.
"Too quickly" requires a point of reference. I think 40 x future earnings is appropriate here, thus the movement to neutrality at 120 was not too fast. What changes that for me is what bonds will do interms of saving finance charges. In addition to that is the steep competition for these bonds, they can't throw enough money at BABA who could just as easily reach for additional capital and buy JD tomorrow for the infrastructure.