Ktume: It was about this price 3 years ago. It sank first.
It's been lagging the S&P for a rather long time.
Did the company settle and stagnate when the old man died?
If ISRG R&D is any good at all, this is just a transient low point and a fine time to buy cheap shares.
I first bought at $80 and have seen ups and downs, but it always recovers and rises thereafter.
I'ts my most successful investment by far and represents the future of surgeries as well as a wide variety of micro-manupulation technologies.
I suggest you sell immediately so i can pick up your shares at a discount too. I've seen dips before, perhaps you will prove to be one?
You only need enough volume to buy or sell your shares at a limit price.
if the volume is small enough, you can manipulate it yourself, i suppose.
I seriously question your stats. The size of the gas line and the compressors is proportional to the scale of the operation.
Those numbers might apply to the largest of heavy truck refueling operations, maybe,
but not to your basic interstate truckstop.
Twivbar: Oh #$%$! I do hope they got it before it spread!
I'm a metastasized cancer survivor since '79 when the odds were against me.
It was an experimental program that saved me then; may this one do the same for you! Good luck!
modestI've used and depended on various Yahoo forums, mail and finance portfolios for many years.
Of late, the functionality has been deplorable and amateurish! Just inexcusably poor!
Yahoo software is execrable and foisted off on users untested.
Yahoo clearly doesn't give a #$%$ about it's loyal users anymore.
I sold my long term Yahoo holdings, took my modest profit and blew a big Bronx cheer.
Any lawyer acts as a hired mouthpiece.
When he is on the job, he expresses the client's point of view, not his own.
Don't confuse the two.
Our justice system depends on the separation.
not much threat till there is a cheap, enduring vehicle battery with much more capacity and less weight.
They are sitting on a hell of a lot of deep oil..Biggest reserves around. Be patient.
Day traders are like fireflies and burn out quickly.
That freedom from regulation you are touting, is not a good thing for us shareholders, in light of the doubt and distrust that management has worked hard to inspire.
Given the apparent market, physical plant, etc..I'm pretty incredulous that they can't turn in a growing profit.