I think you are right. Two questions: 1) What's your guess on the timetable (three months?, six months?, a year?). And, 2) what pps is the "mother lode" ($1?).
The news the last couple of weeks have been really encouraging and it looks like the company is making headway.
My question: how long will this process take and what is a reasonable pps expectation next year at this time?
My thoughts exactly...now, that he have some good news and "hope springs eternal"...
anyone want to make a guess on where the stock price of EAG will be one year from today?
I've held for 3 years...don't know why I can't wait another!
This stock tends to bleed slowly on the way down and rise rather quickly on the way up.
The slow bleed down has been tough, but if "every dog has its day", we should be in for a quick ride up.
What do you think is the next big news driver (IP Contract announcements or SATMAX)?
I currently have 50,000 shares of EAG. Like many others, I've lost a lot of money with this stock.
I try to remain upbeat about it all and looking forward. I have saved enough cash that I can now invest $10,000 in EAG. That would put my total # of shares at 100,000 (assuming purchase price at $.20).
What is the next major driver that will determine EAG's price? Is it the annual shareholders meeting?
It looks like EAG had a huge spike a couple of years ago. Can't that spike happen again or I am just wishful thinking? If so, is $1 in a year a reasonable expectation?
All advice, commentaries, diatribes, etc. are appreciated for this small investor.
Are these buyers buying to sell out in the .30's or are they waiting for something higher?
Does anyone think that EAG can return to its days of being a $2+ stock?
Does he "come out swinging" on Monday morning or stay quiet next week?
Also, is he the permanent CEO or is he just "holding the spot" for someone else?
Thanks for your input on these questions.
This USA Today article reminds me of the time several years ago when "analyst" Carole Cole (I think that was her last name) came out with the great prediction that DYN would soon fall to zero. That was just days before DYN started its run from $1 to $5 (over a one-year time period).
Bring it on...I think the same thing will happen here!
Good point...what's your take on EAG? Does it go bankrupt soon? is there any chance for a positive outcome for EAG at this point?