all of the losers always want to call the 'feds' or the 'SEC'. maybe you just dont know what you are doing?
i dont need to call the feds, cuz i dont own MCP...yet !! you are probably the same kind of trader that is always spewing that the 'shorts are gonna cover' !!
take a course on technical analysis. do something positive. stop your #$%$. put your pom-poms down and get in the damn game.
so, price declined 31 cents in a straight down move, ALL 100-1000 share positions, generally. i have to think that the specialist just cleaned out the SELL STOP orders, adding to his inventory, just prior to moving the stock higher.....time will tell.
well, this game has been going on for years, dating back 40 years or more. it is the classic move. most of the decline is 100 share increments. 100 shares is sold, and they lower the bid. all legal. you have to watch the volume and the size.
well, when a stock is going down, i like to watch the volume very closely for about an hour or so. if you see 100, 300, 100, 500, 400, 1000, 100,100 etc, you know that it is the guys like you and me that are selling, or, the specialist etc is selling small volume and dropping the bid. now, 100 shares of selling could drop the bid, but when it goes on for an hour or so, it is just being manipulated down. yesterday, SWC had about 220,000 shares and was down near 40 cents. i mean, really? while legal, it isnt true to the value of the company. same on the upside when it is making new highs. watch the size.
the pattern you describe as a descending triangle is a BULLISH pattern. it is called a 'falling wedge'. go to stockcharts.kom and research falling wedge in the glossary.
price momentum for the metals is just about ready to turn up, from down. Palladium looks particularly promising. US dollar looks ready to resume a decline. stay in the batter's box.
just keep throwing sand in the air, #$%$ meat. guess you cant be positive. so, go to the beach. let us know if you see pamela running along the water's edge.
hahahhahahahahhahahahha up we go. higher nat gas is now IN PLAY
the value of UPL is clearly not $20 at $4.00 nat gas. at $4.50, it could easily trade in the $44 area. just listen to the concall !!
look at SWC, stillwater, which mines palladium. 15% shortage of supply in 2014, US dollar about to tank, car sales are strong. look at the chart. you'll know what to do.
Powerburn's estimated draws for the next few weeks places the nat gas storage levels at 3064 by dec 27th, which is 13% below last year's level. and, it is getting colder !! it isnt even winter yet !
$21 !? you are crazy. this company will be recognized when nat gas approaches $4.50, and dont forget, it has an oil cash flow also. all we need is someone to raise their opinion, and we will be off to the races. the wells that were set up in 2009-2010 etc are completing and will soon be depleting. fracking is under fire. mexico wants nat gas. the fundamentals are clearly with us.
in the current environment, the big funds are searching everywhere for value, and the price of nat gas and crude in the US is giving them a REASON to buy UPL. let's face it, the company has been left for dead for a couple of years. but, as things change, UPL will likely get a shot.
this is the type of stock that is an excellent risk at all time highs in the indices. what is not to like? if the market tanks, where is UPL going....$17-18? fine with me.
i agree. and, nat gas can go up, which allows nat gas companies to boost their cash flow and actually do nothing different.