Thx for the answer. That's a relief. Thought that was the case but wanted to make sure. Just went through filing a stock holder claim filing on the SVNTQ stock that went bankrupt. What a nightmare that's been! kg
And what's this we "can file claims now"? What are they talking about there? Chip consumer claims or stock holder claims?
Good to know the street has known about this but I still wonder what this does to MU's image and sp momentum going forward. MU's 'darling' status under the spotlight now. And 66M is no minor amount, got to impact the bottom line come next Qtr's earnings...
What does this news release today mean:
"The settlement means consumers can start filing claims to recoup the money they overpaid as a result of chip makers engaging in unlawful anti-competitive practices to inflate prices."
What "consumers" are they talking about? Do they mean chip buyers or MU stock buyers? And what kind of "claims" are they talking about?
wallis, I would like to send you an email to learn about this but don't know where I find this in Yahoo. Please direct me or provide your email address. kg2931
I'd continue in the Topic where you recommended these two stocks but can't find the thread. So, I'd consider trading MPW or NCT but I'm scared off after looking at their Key Statistics pages. Both are low daily Volume stocks and both carry very very high Debt to Cash. However their recent and 3 month charts look stable going up and in a very affordable low sp range which I like. They're also Div payers which is odd for such small stocks. Can you tell me what makes these particularly good trading stocks? kg
So, I guess in order to see "stock chart as to oversold and overbought signals" what I need is "level 3", is that right correct? (I don't even know what "level 3" is) Do I need to pay for that level? Would my Fidelity Acct have it?
And what are "RSI, MACD, BB"?
The only impact I can imagine right now is the psychological fear factor - people running for the exits. But I don't see any evidence of that. To the contrary, during the thick of this the first two market days Mon & Tues the market was on a tear up!
A news commentator this morning cautioned against the fear factor. She basically said investors, particularly retirees, shouldn't be selling based on world news events like this but should continue holding with a well planned diversified portfolio for long term. Selling now would be premature and they lose out on a 5 year bull run.
Dumb question but simple for you. Where/how do I see a chart for this: "To do this I also watch the stock chart as to oversold and overbought signals. "? I use Yahoo and my Fidelity screens daily. Do I need some sort of fancy account or SW not available without paying? Please point me to a link/screen where I can see this for example on MU. Thx, kg.
I agree 100%. Look at the non-stop run up MU's made in two days! At a 5 day hi. I'd buy and hold for tomorrow's run up at the open but it's gotta dive sooner or later. Not gonna get stuck holding it now.
Thx! That does make it easier to grasp. Does the cycle you describe once a day, multiple times per day or once a week and what since expiration is always on Friday's which days are more prone to the sp moving down? kg
Sounds like to understand Options Expir Date impact on a stock's sp requires learning how to trade Options, something I won't do. Good luck codi. kg
Ditto! Ukraine can fight their own battles with America & European Union's support (non-financial). If Russia wants to be a friend to Ukraine instead of a bully, then Ukraine could remain at least neutral...
Ditto xquestor. What's this mean for MU's sp for today and rest of this week. Do you expect by this that yesterday's and today's run up will be replaced tomorrow and going into Friday with a significant drop? (I'm thinking of buying in Long at the low between now and the close) kg
Wallis, So, what was the process/procedure for successfully making contact with Yahoo and for them getting back to you? I've tried several times over the past year and have never found any procedure, links, phone numbers or anything to accomplish that... kg
Not only is 85% enough and going to continue for at least 3 more years but a little bird told me that Google is saying that what they've done with BCOR, they will be doing with the rest of BCOR's competitors. It's the direction Google is taking the industry. This is not unique to BCOR as a search provider. Once Google publically acknowledges this, the better of BCOR and the industry will be. For now it makes sense that Google also still has remaining contracts with other providers and will keep this under the table until it all plays out.
Thx codi. Doubt you know less than I on Options. They scare the bejezus out of me! But It would pay to understand how to trade a stock the day before, day of an day after it's Options expiration date - especially when like MU it's every Friday... kg
Thx, I'll put that on my reading list. Now, how does a daily swing trader approach trading MU Thursday and Monday's of every week? kg