Trust me, the best thing you can do to contribute to an atmosphere free of mentally distressed individuals on this board, is to place them on ignore. Mentioning their names, such as this Dingle fellow, encourages their attention seeking behavior.
No, I wouldn't blame the mm for this because it has been going on for a long time, and I believe the company is not delivering fundamentally. It's amazing how Wall Street paddles these stocks and before you know it we jump in with both feet, only for them to quickly exit the stocks.
I have a hard time seeing a good outcome from this in a long time to come.
When do we get reprieve. The whole one penny added today, one penny subtracted tomorrow is simply daunting.
That's where he belongs.
Fine, all I'm saying is this is hardly the place to be sharing your fear for a potential sell off because the last thing we need id spooking CLF shareholders into even considering selling their shares prematurely which would be exactly what fear mongering is all about.. This stock has lost close to 50% of its value in recent times, and does not have much downside risk at these levels. So, don't scare people.
And you feel compelled to share your "sell off desire" with this board because CLF is overbought or has not suffered enough in your opinion? Views like your loaded with ulterior motive really sickens me. Here we are holding our breath hoping that CLF would get out of the perpetual slump it has been in throughout the ongoing bull run, and you want to share your ideas why there should be a sell off.
About the up coming CLF board meeting on July 29, have you cast your shareholder's vote? You can do so over the phone by calling the 800 number in the form they sent you. Please spred the news, and encourage others to do same.
...on the absolute necessity of having protection against cyber treats. In light of Target's experience last year need these companies be told to fortify their online operations. I am guessing this is the reason for the actions we are seeing in FEYE, and I hope it carries through beyond today.
That said, I have added more every step of the difficult ride down and have drastically lowered my cost average. Just thought I should differentiate myself from the likes of the obnoxious fellow who goes by the name, "Dingle"
Well, you are saying everything I want to hear, but I'm sure you can relate to the skepticism having waited all these years for nothing to happen. It is grossly disappointing that a company/stock that had it all (FDA approval, Medicaid or Medicare approval, I'm not sure which one anymore) yet could not market the drug.
Turns out my fears were real. For those who would label me a "basher", know that I bought in the $40s 3 years ago, and it has been a painful ride down.
All this without any discernible negative comment from the so called analysts, except of course those boiler-room outfit, northland capital, that lowered it to a neutral with price target at 37. I suppose it's more like what the heck, let's push it lower a little further.
...and pounce. It happens again and again--the so called analysts, the seeking alphas, the motley fools, etc. all sing praises about a stock, and we (the gullible retailers) jump in with both feet only for the merciless selling to commence. And "they" wont forget that price point at which we pilled on, and if and when the stock turns around in weeks or months, "they" make sure it never crosses that point just to make sure we don't achieve break-even and exit the stock. It happens so often.
it will be nothing short of a miracle. My optimism is waning. It's been 3 plus years of pure pain watching this company/stock diddling.
Yes! Why do they, "analysts" always wait till a stock finally attempts to get out of a funk to issue these nonsensical ratings. What qualifies one as an "analysts", and how do you hold them responsible if in fact their actions are diabolical? I'm just tired of this. It's either them or the High Frequency Traders who push a stock in a direction that suits them at the time.
why these calls, which are purely subjective and not based on any rationale, are designed for no other reason but to influence the, unfairly, to benefit certain groups. The question still remains--why is this practice not illegal and prosecutable? How anybody under the cloak of "analyst" could simply make an unsubstantiated utterances that moves the market one way or the other. In my opinion it renders the integrity and credibility of the market questionable.
Time will tell. If you ask me, we have suffered more than enough.