I don't think we've seen the floor yet. I only have a handful of shares at about this price point, but I'll be doubling down after the fall out seems to level out.
I put in about 1/3 of my (lame) portfolio in this at about $1.60. I'm in my early 30s. I'm hoping that this funds a good portion of my retirement in 25 years of holding it. :Z We shall see what the future holds though. If it gets back to 60 or 70 in the semi-near future, assuming a semi-stable dollar worth, retirement at 55 success. :)
$3.25 may be pushing the gap, followed by a sell off through the 10am hour, and then rolling back up to 3.35-3.49 to close the week out.
*my wild guess.
looks like it's going to hold through :) maybe even a gap-up in the morning :) MERRY CHRISTMAS TO US
It's no more manipulated than any thing else of this price point. It makes it easy to get large lots that create big movements.
IMO, the best thing you can do right now Is ignore this stock for 5 years. hold what you have.
I don't own enough of it to really matter. After the neg splitting, I was left with 52 shares. It's just going to sit there and rot one way or another and IMH will never get a dime of my time again.
I got out at 4.10 and am happy I did so. The last div was almost half of what it was previously. Even with the falling price, that needs to return before i'm interested in re-buying.
Looks like it worked. And they made 40 cents now. 4% in a week. Not a bad racket.
I'm loving it.
Hoping for 11s before the next dsitro causes us to creep back
no one will care about this dip except for those who bought more at a discount.
5 years from now, it won't even show on the chart.
20 years from now, you retire.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
don't fear. it's just some scardy cats doing some profit taking. And look at the rest of the market-- it's done the same thing today. open high, then crashed out.
nice chance to buy some more cheaper.
not going to happen.
the boat is out to sea. The wind may be light right now but we're no where near shore.
bad move IMO.
load and hold.