tell this to those shareholders who bought at price range 40-60.
WTW will never return to those price levels unless there is a reverse split.
Huge debt load may cause company to implode (sell out to lowest bidder or disappear).
How many knew WTW was a spin-off from Heinz?
Must be a sarcastic remark after the earnings miss (lol).
Now to wait and see how long it will take for WTW to go single digit (under 10 for those that can't figure it out).
Might even go Chapter 11 with all the debt.
Therefore, many continue to short.
LL never touched 70 today - the high was 69.99.
Obviously, you like to tell tall tales; and most likely sold for a loss.
You must be short LOCO.
If so, then you pray LOCO follows NDLS gap down - check it out.
If you're wrong, LOCO might gap up 28-30.
Roll the dice and sweat it out (lol) to get rich.
Expectations is 9 cents eps.
What will be the reaction, if any, to the stock price - higher, lower, yawn.
Price action lately would say go lower, but negative factors might already be built into the low stock price.
Whatever, expect another run over 10 before 2015 ends.
Company needs to be sold, but only get a low-ball offer, nothing over 14.
New management will turn this company around.
However, in an upbeat market rising higher, LOCO has not followed.
Yes, a couple days of 1+ upmove, but gave it all back the following days.
Just a bad omen. But maybe marking time to flush out weak hands.
Earnings to be announced before 2/13/15.
Since last earnings, LOCO stock has gone steady south from over 30 to 18 and flat-based.
Obviously LOCO in the doghouse.
Beat by a few pennies won't move stock higher; has to be some unexpected positive news.
Even with so-so eps, it should hold at 18.
Hold and pray for LOCO over 30 (some day)
The trouble with charts: looking in a rear-view mirror.
There can be a bounce at any given point in time.
Has all your trades been successful by analyzing charts - no one gets it right all the time!
The peak at 120 is always in hindsight.
The collapse came when earnings came out...not looking at the charts, smartypants.
Your writing tone is "bitter" since your trade resulted in a loss.
The better option would have been to average down.
Should BABA bounce to over 100, you suffer another loss.
At what price will you cover for a profit - 50?
BABA should stay over 82.81 for several weeks.
BABA is also following how Facebook IPO traded...went down for about a year before the rise.
When oil prices went lower, so did FLR stock price, unfortunately, even though only 10% exposure. From low 60s to low 50s.
Oil will find a bottom, if not already, and FLR to follow.
By end of 2015, I would estimate FLR to get back to 65-70; not go lower than 50.
Just my 2 cents
CS downgrade and no big selloff.
Looks like this analyst wants to see eps of $10 and $8.31 is too low.
Another angle is PE could rise 18-20 from 13X and be share price now at 150.
Besides, more positive news yet to come.
Any more negative stories to push GILD lower?
Your point - suggest going short RYAM, as it goes to zero?
The spinoff from parent company stock price probably was too high based on accounting misrepresentation.
We shall see by next eps report if RYAM sinks to single digits, get a bounce to 25 max, or somewhere in-between.
Before 2015 ends, with new products down the pipeline, ABBV should track higher 70-80.
How low will ABBV go - should stay above 50.
Institution buyers can dump one day and buy it back the next without consequences. The individual, at a disadvantage as the loss added to the new share price if repurchased.
You'll wait forever to see 50...never going to happen unless there is creative accounting.
Go short if you believe BABA going that low.
See your results by end of 2/27/15
better option was to average down.
On your next purchase, buy 1/2 your position, sit back, if goes lower, buy another 1/2.
Know your time horizon to sell
For the chart followers, next few days to watch if GILD has the dead-cat bounce range 99-101.
Or, more sellers take this to retest 86-90 like last time on ESRX news on Hep C (unlikely).
Buy on weakness;
One analyst still believes GILD will purchase BMY.
If that comes true later this year, GILD will fly higher.
Does it make sense to buy BMY - it can be done and GILD is big enough!
ACT bought so many quality companies lately - check it out to verify results.