How much upside - any guesses?
Today must be short-covering; a struggle trying to make 45.00 the floor.
Be statisfied CTRX going up for a change of its 52-week lows.
What ails this company vs. ESRX? Merger issues? Bad management?
Institution investors taking the suggestion to buy; not bad for a down day for the broad market.
Interesting to see if tomorrow if a reversal of some of the gain, or stays in the black.
Would like to see 50 as the floor for ABVV.
In 2014 should see 60-75 for those with patience.
Any logic for the SLV going south? IMO partly has to do with year-end tax losses.
Predicting the bottom ain't easy for the bounce.
Experts out there know? I'll watch 17.75.
How long the wait before the "big surge"? Months, years?
What's keeping CTRX in the doghouse? The fear is CTRX could go lower; however, appear the 52-week bottom consolidation at hand. Could it be CTRX still tying to digest the merger?
Bought at 48 and 46; buy more at 45, 43, 40?
In a rising bull market, difficult to hold laggards.
By 12/31/13 can CTRX go 48-50 I'll be pleased.
today SLV bounced off its lows.
Everyone has an opinion on when the dead-cat bounce will come.
Orderly selloff for about 10 days now from high 21.xx
No panic until SLV goes lower than 52-week low of 17.76
averge down SLV until it entually rises - where's the bottom turning point?
Price to sell - 21.75 or higher?
Any good educated guess when SLV will make a dead-cat bounce?
The selling has been going on the last few days in an orderly fashion.
SLV should turn positive in the next couple days, but max 0.25 - 0.45 IMO.
INT should return to over 40 before 12/31/13.
Unless some BIG negative news, INT should not go below 30.
INT going throught the same gyrations after the 2nd quarter report.
WTW could go to 20-30 range.
But unlikely, until the dead-cat bounce.
20 percent decline today is overdone for some investors point of view..
Only time will tell if management change due or company should be sold.
IF IDCC can come up with a killer patent, stock zooms.
Otherwise, only see IDCC in a lower trading range.
Earnings were low-balled to beat.
It's a positive if IDCC can trade once again over 40, not give up 3 points 11/01/13.
Have any support ducomentation Kerrisdale average LNN price bought st?
If they held shares for several years, their average cost coul be in the 50s. However, IMO unlikely.
But you got to give them credit for agitation to make LNN price want to go higher. Maybe revisit 80s
LNN midcap stock easily could be had by another company., if share price don't go higher in a couple of years..
You got a good and valid point there.
Once earning announced in 11/7/13, AGNC will spike up/down (more likely not upside).
Book value of 25.53 also will change (would like to see it higher like 27, but that's fantasy).
Long term treasury yield down today, that's why AGNC stock price very much higher.
Tomorrow might be another story....and if it can make 3 consecutive up move days.
I would like to see 25-26 before next ex-dividend.
Don't get too excited on AGNC one-day upmove.
Get excited if AGNC can repeat the upmove 3 days in a row.
It will be a challenge to have AGNC go 24-26 range before next ex-divvy 12/xx/13.
Some already expressed their opinion AGNC should be under 20.
AGNC already took a beating like other mREIT; maybe a positve earnings report will move it higher (better than expectations).
11/7/13 earnings (loss) announcement and forward statement by manaement probably will move RLOG higher/lower.
In the meantime, should RLOG move above 5, bad news discounted. It is given a loss for the quarter ending 9/30/13. Whether more or less than estimates.
My guess 4.75 is RLOG's low, a move to 5.75 to 6 takes forever (or higher).
Don't bet the farm on this one. Quick turnaround not in sight.
10 percent drop became reality;
LNN has wild price swings; if you can ignore and hold, in 3 to 5 years, in a rising market, should once again go over 90; could also be target for a bigger company VMI, TTC.
In 2008 LNN was over 100 and should get there again IMO.
Expect LNN to hold above 70 if no major market correction.