Hold long-term before sell out at what price? Worth holding to see over 20?
There's an email push that has a target price of 18.
Many will dump as soon as it hits 16.
NUAN near its 52-week low and good for a dead-cat bounce.
Single digits, or near its bottom at 12-13? Sooner or later, SLV will reverse (more like later with more end-of-year selling).
Can one tell looking at the charts? Don't believe so, just like GLD's bottom.
Lower oil prices causing all this? Or what will make SLV go higher?
Experts out there to analyze the situation?
If you want to know a same-type situation, look no further than IGT.
In IGT's case, consolidation, and company sold off never returning to its 2008 highs of over 30.
This could be the situation with IMMR, as stock price near crossing over 10.
If not fired, Viegas should resign.
This product, under right management, stock should have been over 20.
IDCC will give back some gains, say down to 45-48, then another spike up 52-55.
Will not get rich overnight hold IDCC.
Bought at 29-32, sold at 44; went higher to 49, then down to low 40s during correction;
2nd opportunity to buy on the dips on good earnings, potential lawsuit outcome.
Hold long enough, IDCC could revisit 80s someday.
and stock price touched 26 after many months in 22-24 range.
Now, can GLT revisit 28-30, say before 2014 ends.
One tough year holding GLT for gains.
How do others see where GLT going...I compare against NP, the ladder on fire (have some of that, too)
RAX has moved back to 38, where it announced its no-sale offer and went down to 32.
Maybe an offer still on the table, if not by CTL, some other company?
Perhaps a low-ball offer in the 40s and not 50-60.
Unless, someone has a logical explanation.
Earnings for 9/30/14 and was higher than consensus.
Appears INT was/is perceived as a stock that goes lower as oil price goes lower.
This was not the case and INT has bounced off the lows 38-39 (or could be a dead-cat bounce?)
Watch to see if INT can rise to 45-48 before the downward spiral of 6/30/14 earnings.
Medium risk/reward IMO.
Anyone else has an alternative opinion on INT where INT headed by 12/31/14?
Z will gap down and test 90 for support when market opens 11/6/14.
Many say 70 is the floor.
What goes up, must come down, especially high flyers momentum stocks like Z; will now go oversold.
If you were short, the wait was very long, just like HLF.
Barron's article a few months ago predicted Z shortfall.
unlike previous quarterly announcement, NP has moved lower this time.
Earnings exceeded estimates.
This is to be expected; could be profit-taking sell on the news on average volume.
Now to see how much lower before moving higher. I say no lower than 55-58 range.
$70 by end of 2014 not 11/30/14. Give it more time, unless some significant event happens to NP.
Market correction pushed XPO down to 31.xx back in mid October.
That was bargain buy for the bounce.
I would dollar-cost average on the way down with a 35 stop.
BJ wants to buy more companies like his past history to make XPO go higher to target 45-50.
Debt servicing is no issue in a good economy; but when recession comes about.
Notice the bottom fishers have come in to buy on the dips.
40 target in a couple of weeks in a rising stock market...but no guarantees.
I bought at various XPO price in teens, lower 20s, lower 30s; sold some on the way up 27; then had the spike to mid-30s. I don't expect a round-trip unless there are accounting issues.
WSJ has a story of potential buyers of AVG.
Just wondering if buyers are interested in the cash flow business to take it private.
At what price is a reasonable offer to all?
AVG once traded $26, however, the offer probably max out at $25 for low bid; but still more than 40 percent higher than current depressed price.
The WSJ story has meat if trading on Friday 11/7/14 AVG opens at over 20;
If not, then just noise.
Not since September xx, 2014 has IMMR touched 9.xx
Very good sign that all who wanted to dump IMMR did so, to form a tight trade range, before positive news push IMMR over 10?
No guarantees, IMMR might have a relapse and head back down to 8.xx
I'm long IMMR with average cost 9.34, buying on the way down.
Like the other dude says, IMMR has a great product but management style has not produced increased shareholder value. Change whose in charge to make IMMR higher?
Some like shorting and bash IMMR will go to 0; sorry, that's not me.
Therefore, it is your interpretation of my writing style...cautious outlook on IMMR.
GLTA long and shorts IMMR.
IMMR has a chance to go back over 10 before 2014 is over.
What do you expect to happen tomorrow - RYAM go lower, or have a dead-cat bounce (because of RYN news affected RYAM).
The key is if the balance sheet is for real and not subject to adjustments lower.
Accounting adjustments is a significant factor which moves stock price higher/lower. In RYN's case, you see the stock reaction due to Cost of Goods factor.
Wall St. believes both companies in the same boat on accounting adjustments. Can Wall St. analysts be wrong or calling it right.
Wall St. has pushed RYAM lower for the 2nd day, making new 52-week lows.
The feeling is RYAM earnings will follow RYN...marked lower. RYAM could see its stock under 20.
Will an auditor come out and say RYAM earnings valid without adjustments lower?
The ambulance chasing law firms coming out; but only focus is on RYN.
Honest mistake or fraud has to be determined.
YIKES - RYAM won't see 30 anytime soon with creative accounting issues.
That was the rumor when NTLS spunoff from LMOS at about 18.xx or less than 1/2 the going price.
Now that NTLS sunk to single digits, don't be surprised a low-ball offer 12-13 instead of 23-25.
Which company willing to buy NTLS with deteriorating financials (losses) - S?
The big boys institutions have dumped NTLS at over 12.xx with the elimination of the dividend; cost savings to rebuild its network infrastructure?
Only positive I see is NTLS have seen it lows (maybe); need to form a base. Give credit to the marketmakers stepping; if more negative news, NTLS could see under 5. This one is for the value stock owners with patience.
any clues as for the going price? Sons running the company doesn't have the magic touch like pa.
Granted they got lots of real estate on the books since the 1920s (?), however, whose out there?
Supermarkets are a cash-flow company, WMK no debt, just a lagging stock price.
I'll like to see 55-60, but that might be asking too much.
Hold for the dividend (lol).
The dude asked a question and you provide a smart#$%$ reply!
How about telling us your position...what price you bought SLV and where it is headed - guru!
Looks good to dollar-cost average SLV at lower price with a stop at 12 IMO.