I forget, you r perfect with the ability to brag about your winning trades.
Look at me,
I'm so pretty,
Oh so pretty,
So pretty, so witty and gay.
Must b your theme song.
Don't bring it, pussbag, just go join BofA.
It is company policy that any significant beat or miss is to b reported. You have to go back to their prerelease of Jan 2015 to get the exact quote.
He knows who Jeb is. He portrays himself as a flipper, plays it both long and short.
Then brags about it on a message board. So needy, so wanting.
To b clear, here's how it works.
Theirs big money on the long side and big money on the short side. They work together to make money on both sides of the trade, not against each other. Retail gets caught in the middle.
Why would a big short and big long go head to head? They wouldn't, they just keep out of each other's way.
You get a gap higher and then an ultimate refill of that gap because big money rules the trade.
BofA is the only institution left that hasn't said anything as a result of their investor conference with HIMX.
Which is kind of funny seeings how they had so much to say last year when they didn't have a conference. I guess those calculators at BofA slowed down after Dan got the boot.
According to the last HIMX investor presentation, insider ownership stands at 31.6%.
According to Nasdaq, institutional ownership stands at 12.22%. Still many to report Q1 holdings.
Yahoo has been reporting their own numbers for years, which r wrong.