Tis just me here, #$%$.
You know - you wouldn't even be reading this comment if you wouldn't keep taking me off 'ignore'. But then - you probably couldn't bear the thought that you'd miss someone talking about you; you being the center of the universe and all.
I didn't get the 'trajectory' right but I was pretty near the actual closing price.
Wanna know what it's going to close at tomorrow?
See Nasdaq Rule 5505(b)(2). Under the Market Value of Listed Securities Standard, an issuer would need to meet, among other things: (A) market value of listed securities of at least $50 million (current publicly traded issuers must meet this requirement and the price requirement for 90 consecutive trading days prior to applying for listing if qualifying to list only under the market value of listed securities standard); (B) stockholders’ equity of at least $4 million; and (C) market value of publicly held shares of at least $15 million. Nasdaq proposes to revise Nasdaq Rule 5505(b)(2) in order to make it consistent with the proposal. In particular, Nasdaq Rule 5505(b)(2)(A) would be revised to delete the specific reference to $4 bid price requirement, since an issuer seeking to initially list its securities under the Market Value of Listed Securities Standard using the proposed alternative price requirement would have to maintain a closing price of at least $2 per share for 90 consecutive trading days. See e-mail from Arnold Golub, Vice President, Office of the General Counsel, Nasdaq, to Sharon Lawson, Senior Special Counsel, Division of Trading and Markets, Commission, on April 18, 2012.
Nah - he said 90 days. At least I thought he did - and that was a real 'clanger' for me, because I thought my research showed it to be just 5.
Hmmm. How come I was back OFF ignore? You wave that affectation around like you were king and IT ("You are back on ignore") was your scepter. Get over yourself.
What do I object to? Egomaniacs like you with their overblown rhetoric and endless hype. I haven't said much of anything at all about this company or its products or its latest efforts (as I am here to make money too). No - my objections are to YOU.
And speaking of objections: Who the hell puts mustard on a steak? What - were you raised in a shanty somewhere? [BARFFFF]
You say you are satisfied and yet - you come across as so subdued. And evidently the market has shared your lack of effervescence - at least on this day.
Oh. Oh my.
Don't make PCSTEL angry. You wouldn't like him when he's angry. And you especially won't like him when he's FACTUAL and you are not.
With a billion+ market cap, it's already getting unrealistic. Which is not to say it can't or won't go higher. I can envision from $2.50 to $3.25 under the forces of - as ex-Chairman Greenspan put it - "irrational exuberance"; but it won't be sustainable and could NOT be justified in the long run.
"You are obviously very bitter about holding what turned out to be a very bad investment for too long."
Huh? My average cost is 70.5 cents. I guess I could be wound up about not getting in at 29 cents but I didn't have any inkling then. But I only get 'bitter' about bulls*** artists.
"My sympathies on your losses."
Thanks. I guess. Haven't had all that many over the years. I haven't bought many individual stocks; I mostly buy mutual funds.
"I've had my share of losers too."
"Good luck to you."
And to you, Big Guy.