The interesting part is that a lot of companies decline (or even tank) on a day when their CEO says they are resigning----the street obviously loves this news (as you spelled out, because of what this implies).
Well, it was trading over $8 for about a week in mid-April. Not sure what brought it back down to $6. The funny thing about it is that I didn't sell ! (in it for the long term, so am hoping for $10 by the end of the year).
Future very bright. And the Apple trial, which seemed years away last year, is now only 6 months away! I would expect a big 3rd quarter as people will want to get in early before the year-end anticipation begins.
But if you look at a 2-year chart, it got up to $25 during that timeframe as well. So regardless of how long it takes to get back to $25, it's a very safe bet to get back to $10 in the very near future.
It's rise over the last month has nothing to do with the other China stocks---it's gone up on the merits of it's own and the bright future this year and next.
Got down to 5.73 those days too. But of one of the days it closed at 6.23 and the other day also in the low 6's. They are just taking out the stops (this is why I always use mental stops, not actual stops that can be taken out at will).
Personally, not a pumper. But it was tradng over $7 for 3 consecutive days about a week ago. What exactly has changed since then to warrant this big drop? Wouldn't you admit it's a bit oversold here?
Thanks for the post. That was dogfishhead that said "crazy dilution". I didn't know which way to vote but it's refreshing that you thought it should be "yes" anyway, which makes me think I didn't necessarily screw up anyway (with my "yes" vote). You were the first one that mentioned you voted "yes".
Uh oh. Guess I screwed up---wasn't sure which way to go quite frankly and they told me "the board recommends yes", so I went yes (was tired of them calling me every day). I have less shares than you and Eric, so my vote shouldn't really be an issue right?
Just researched your other posts---I see you are the resident "board basher". Unfortunately for you, us longs were not "made whole" today---the selloff was just temporary and it's back up to 6.20. The same thing happend on Monday---sold off about half a buck from about 5.80 to 5.35, but was only temporary as some stops were taken out---it recovered nicely and traded that afternoon in the 5.60-5.75 range. (and has recovered very nicely since then as you can see---those that got shaken out that day in the 5.35-5.60 range are probably not real happy right about now).
Correct. So let's start from the beginning. These "Posters saying NQ stock doubled in price over 30 days due to company-specific news" --- are they long or short? I can't tell if that's a good thing or a bad thing---who cares why it doubled? And if you tell me if they are long or short, then I know you will be opposite.
Don't follow. Is "company-specific news" a good thing or a bad thing? And trying to figure out what your agenda is--are you long or short?
That actually makes zero sense---it it's trading anywhere near 4.65 in the pre-market, it's not going to open at 3.30 an hour later. Besides the fact, why would it suddenly drop a buck from where it is trading at now (or about .80 from where it closed).
$7.50 in the short-term, but I think if you hold for awhile It'll go a lot higher than that (can't even venture a guess on that).
If they do they must have a huge set of brass balls
Wow!!!! That means the "big boys" want in now. If you think about it, there isn't much risk now that the secondary is priced in and they have tons of cash for awhile. Also, it has consolidated nicely for a week in this new range of 3.70-4.00. Ready to make the next step up technically even if there is not any news that is imminent.