We can all relate...
If short sellers are supposed to target companies with poor performance whose expectations for the future are very low, why do they choose to remain against SODA even after it has become appareant that it is not a fad? And why do I feel so terrible that they could lose their life savings by stubbornly hanging on?
Sorry, but that's just the way fickle youth are. No sense fighting it. Been that way forever, but it happens quicker these days. As soon as Mom and Dad set up profiles (whether real or "fake" to snoop), you knew this stock was hosed. Feel really bad for those that thought it was the next Google.
I just bought a Samsung French Door Refigerator three weeks ago. I absolutely love it, but I wish I had waited for this new one.
Most of the buy orders are at .58, so it's clear that most on the waiting list don't see enough present value to purchase it at .62
I don't understand. It's such a great service and is affordable. Yet we are bleeding so badly and nothing is closing the wound. The pending GM bankruptcy also scares me, but i'm to this stock way too deep to sell it.
Probably will dip a little at the start today, but then resume its climb toward and past 17.
Welcome aboard. A simple risk-reward analysis is all it really takes to make the smart decision to buy this bargain stock at any price below $1.25.
...remains extremely poor. HP customers should get free live tech support for two years on PCs and printers, if they don't abuse it...limit 3 times each year. Otherwise, if they will get frustrated, they will just buy from Apple. Apple takes care of its customers.
Bad enough its from India, but to have to pay for someone following a flowchart...and not doing that well? Unsatisfactory!