You're getting one anyway, mike. There is no way to doctor a public number. 4.2 million is all the additional shorted shares there was above $2 and the time frame trading volume shows the buyer could not have shorted 18.8 million. on the daily count. Capstone does not need to report the name(s) of any buyer of its stock until it reaches at least 5% and that gets reported in an SEC filing. You want reason to buy CPST? Pick one of many but I have seen you play this game before and what you really want is the lowest entry price. What's the word for bashers like that?
Did you go check your shorting number yet mike? It's 4.2 million not 18 million. You might want to slow down the bashing until you can get a grip on accuracy.
from 43.6 - still can't do math stern? That additional short number is 4.2 million and the 18.8 million buyer at 1.70 never shorted CPST
"Someone who had shorted 18 million shares at prices above $2, that's who"
Can't show some accuracy here, mike? No one shorted 18 million since it was $2. Since it was $2 in March, there has been only 4.2 million additional shares shorted which means the 18.8 million share buyer @1.70 is still long CPST and bought it knowing this stock's near term future. I'd say that is a strong endorsement for Capstone and Capstone will rise from the sell-off.
Ask stern, he has been here for 10 years running with the shorts. . Short attacks have a history in CPST and they make great buying opportunity.
There are no short sales that are not on the public record for all to see. Today's short attack is running out of steam and the buying opportunity is getting ever clearer.
There hasn't been an additional 18.8 million shares sold short here in the last 5 years. Check the short volume history. The buyer is long.
So the 19 million share buyer got the info and still liked what he was buying. I'd see that as an extremely positive endorsement of what is to come for Capstone. Shorts have to act fast here and get it done.
You can forget about the idea that the new buyer of 19 million shares had tried to short the stock before buying it, Since January, the short number has increased by only 5 million shares. The buyer is still here and now underwater...but not for too long.
from 72 cents...ever hear about the dead clock being right twice a day? You're not even that good, stern.
Anyone really believe the stock is down because of some generic poster on SA?...lol....The stock is under a short attack and that is the only reason it is down here.
You mean from 72 cents and all the way to 2.50? I see you didn't learn the lesson there.
After 10 years, stern and you still can't make a dime (maybe a dime a post) ...are you short here stern?....lol
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DESPERATE SHORTY there cricket. Just stopped by after a good night out but what do I see....you are here (all day/all night) still ranting and also losing it over your underwater short position. GET a LIFE cricket!! You have been losing on your short for over 8 months and you only hope you can break even someday....This is no way to trade stocks when you are/have already lost almost a year in opportunity costs. There is a screw loose somewhere cricket.....check on it....lol
It is fair to say that CPST has been over $2 dollars a few times before when the company was not anywhere as solid as it is today. Growing revenue, increasing margins, lower costs, broader market, alternative energy
stocks are on the watch list. CPST will move back to the highs and this time cricket, be sure to cover or someone will still be calling you the sucker short.
Well I guess that is because you are a hallucinating short but don't worry it will pass just like the sell-off today.
So you're still under water with the 1.20's from about 8 months ago? You shouldn't be calling others on the board SUCKERS with that hanging over you. If you're looking for a dollar I guess that's not as ridiculous as your 75 cent short call but still laughable. I think you will see CPST do what FCEL did when they sold 22 million shares a couple of months ago at 1.25. FCEL is a double from there now.