No ne else had a 9% up day either like sdrl did on Thursday. Maybe shorts were covering all day that day because sdrl neve went down on Thursday.
While this is painful to watch (daily drops in share price), it may finally force the actions long overdue for twtr. Look at the mood swings of this stock trading and it shows you they don't know how to manage the company.
Gains in SP are based on hopes for another FB like stock than ER come out and it sells off on the truth for the company. It must be fixed and this is not the team to do it,.
This is the giddy-up shareholders wanted and needed.
Can not wait to see where this leads.
That's what I thought yesterday and posted it here. I am not sure about new shorts coming on. Yesterday was a 9% move up. I traded sdrl and sold mt position yesterday into the highs and rebought this morning after the opening.
All the driller s but sdrl doing much better than sdrl. However, sdrl dod much better than the others yesterday, so is this a wash over two days?
Hope that's all it is.
Are you serious about your comment. You usually post smarter observations that this one.
I posted a fact about the filings because it sounded like the original poster was all excited about them. I did not add any commentary. Now I will add my observations.
Many BOD buy stocks in the open market. This is the telling sign. Eventually granted stocks are sold, like ones that are bought outright, but the excitement comes from someone putting up cash.
All of them appear to be non emplyee director comp plan grants. No one put up any of their own $ to acquire those shares.
Not for a few jobs and Canada is not like USA. Nevertheless, even our politicians would not touch this one on the risk/reward of the deal.
I hope so but why should it? Who wants to add capacity to an oversupplied market and where the Aussie Govn is going after its own producers for manipulating prices. IO demand is so far removed from IO supply, why?
I don't think the Canadian Govn wants to participate in this. I am sure they are reeling from the oil price drop and floating this to save a few jobs isn't a priority or a financial risk they want to take.
Something clearly happened yesterday, but it may not be about what we hope it will be.
would hold the gains so long. My stop loss took it out and it resumed going upward off that sell. Not too often a stock holds an 8% advance all day long.
Maybe there is some short covering going on all day that is holding it up.
Not so sure they'll be sold anytime soon (within next 6 months). The longer it takes the less they'll get.
I am not reading anything into yesterdays news or the closing of the LOI. They are simply extending the timeline.
By 10:30 1/2 the ag 10 day vol will be hit. Granted, most vol trades early than thins out over course of the day but this looks good.
For 12 months, and especially on YTD, clf has traded exactly within its bollinger bands. Unless it falls deeply out on this current dip, the one and only factor that may help CLF now is the expected rise to the top of its range on the BB. I see nothing else that will work until BL is resolved. the coal mine sales are going to be too small to matter that much based on what the other properties have sold for.
is as goos as their guess because no one has a clue what a commodity, especially oil, will do tomorrow yet alone 5 years from now.
guys who have shown they can not run this company.
TWTR still falling here.
you got the first part right, let's see what happened about the thrusting phase....
The initial vote on what it means is more of the same ole #$%$ fpr clf
They both spoke yesterday about the twtr growth strategy and the market spoke by selling more twtr. Even off some good news with the Google partnership and some other favorable news, twtr keeps tanking.
WS has given up on twtr for now. They need to be sold or get new leadership before the share price changes direction.
But that is what a lot of people are worried about with Feye. Maybe the strategy works for some companies but it does not apply to all, and Feye maybe that case.
This is a common concern WS has expressed. Do not dismiss it so easily
On Wednesday, he declined to comment on speculation about FireEye as an acquisition target.
The company has “a lot of conviction in what we’re doing” and an opportunity to increase shareholder value, he said. FireEye doesn’t plan on making acquisitions because it is well-positioned for organic growth “for years to come,” DeWalt said.
Its IPO price was $45ish. Wow!
Now TOL is using twtr for some ads and still not a bounce for this stock.
Has TWTR said anything yet since ER / CC about anything it's doing to reverse the current course or is the idiot CEO so out of touch that he can't see the carnage clearly enough to address it somehow?