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jopemish 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 24, 2014 2:39 PM Member since: Mar 10, 1999
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    not today... tomorrow

    by steve.sutherlin Feb 24, 2014 10:50 AM
    jopemish jopemish Feb 24, 2014 2:39 PM Flag

    My take is that some institution(s) has engaged in "program buying", thus the uptick in the morning trades with substantially higher volume. Then when the buying stop /slow down, market makers will guide the price down to take advantage of those anxious retail sellers and accumulate some cheap shares themselves for the next morning. For day traders, they could take advantages of this trade pattern and make some quick profits. My understanding is that program buying is common for institutions to avoid any chance of being charged with insider information down the road.

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    Boiler Room running out of steam

    by aawilliam2003 Feb 13, 2014 3:54 PM
    jopemish jopemish Feb 13, 2014 10:43 PM Flag

    STXS is a small cap with few float shares. So, it's not surprising share price fluctuate a lot whenever someone decide to buy or sell significant volume of shares and that's what happened yesterday. The rise was quite dramatic. But I am pleased to see over 2 million shares changed hands today while share price maintained high and steady. All those share holders who had wanted to sell but didn't yesterday got their chances today and I think that's very healthy for the stock. I just checked aftermarket trades and found 13,000 shares bought at price higher than $5.90 (most at $5.94 and $5.95). Just for fun, I predict tomorrow will be an up day for STXS, hopefully $6.50. Regardless, it has been a great week for STXS longs. I love it!

  • Reply to

    This goes to show you how corrupt the market is

    by litleelvis Feb 12, 2014 3:55 PM
    jopemish jopemish Feb 12, 2014 5:59 PM Flag

    Some one may be acting before news release. But that may not be the case. Seeking Alpha has been recommending STXS with convincing reasoning for some time. It could be that finally someone decided to act on it at that particular moment (30 minutes before market close today), allowing shorts no time to react. If today's buyer come back tomorrow for more and the shorts decide it's time to give up and surrender, we can see STXS makes another big jump within the coming days. That will be fun! IMHO, $6.15 is still way too cheap and there are still serious money to be made here.

  • Over 1.5 million shares changed hands in last 30 minutes of trading and share price pushed up by 20%. Seems like someone with deep pockets (company? investment fund?) decided this is a good entry point to jump in and took a big bite. If this is correct, then we can all expect the buying continues tomorrow. $9 million is pocket changes for these investment fund manager or corp. acquisition buyer.

    Patient long term investors will be rewarded with this one. My simple math tells me: $40 million+ sales prior to US FDA approval and Japan market acceptance. What do you think STXS revenue should be in the near future with new revenues coming from world's two biggest markets?

  • Reply to

    HNSN's unsupportable valuation

    by mcleanroger35 Jan 27, 2014 9:20 AM
    jopemish jopemish Jan 30, 2014 5:53 PM Flag

    I agree with mcleanroger35's view on this stock. Unrealistically overvalued and has only one way to go: DOWN. HNSN apparently has been giving its products away (and use the creative term "commercialized" transaction) - never a good sign. If you like this industry, there are better choices than HNSN. Compare and shop.

  • jopemish by jopemish Jan 30, 2014 5:44 PM Flag

    Share price held steady for days with relatively low volume amid overall lousy market
    Solid baseline has been established here and imho STXS will jump up nicely with any positive news and/or new buying interests(seeking alpha articles certainly helped).

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