this idiot thought she'd pull a fast one on the cops...sorry. could just as well have been a "protester" claiming abuse.
so, they simply find a target stock that has gained on credible growth, slam it, buy it, then watch it rise on fundamentals again (after their "news" has run its course, and investors return to the value approach).
stock goes down, buy. stock goes up, make $. it's the end game, and manipulation is the strategy some of the "experts" employ to make a living. sadly, "lying" is one of the various ways to manipulate (if you have the forum).
already moving higher again; any news pushes us above $25, as the flunkie downgrades had minimal effect on those holding out for larger gains due to media frenzy over "unarmed (criminal) black deaths" (whether justified of not), resulting increased demand for tasers and video evidence, impressive margins on evidencedotcom business, international promise and prudent exec overhead management. good luck!
maybe something like BFDI or VII, with video surveillance solutions...? use some stock while it's over $20?
lol...still spelling with extra consonants...you're getting better, tho - now, at least it's readable.
yeah, they're very "over-confident"...almost arrogant, imo. I've never followed any of their advice, but he IS entertaining...
thanks, wang...this info helps explain a lot about future direction and exec talent. see you at $30.
too bad you shorted today; probably losing already...remember that rebound around 1pm? yep, you're losing money.
and take a closer look at the potential upside of TASR? fwiw, TheStreet got it right, imo, with their criticism of any analyst that would claim TASR's "overvalued" based simply on its price chart...a VERY SIMPLISTIC view on the company from what would seem to be uninformed financial folk...imo.
a little off. Now that the stock has "outperformed" their expectations, they want to take it back down to where it makes more sense for their previous "predictions"? maybe?
has any of these azzes come up with their own "valuation"? probably do not even know how to create the financial model..."what's a pro forma?"...lol - just sittin' in a cube typing, that's all. cannot support their thesis, except by saying 'we think", "we believe", etc...lol. no facts, just excuses to bash. a 6th grader could say, "I think", "I believe", etc..
you shorted, huh? when, and at what price? how many shares? I'm sure you'll convince someone here that you are making money...do you think anyone made money buying and holding from the teens? lol at your type...all hot air.
Citing the potential for problems in implementation for EvidenceCom, LT now says antiquated systems at police departments across the country are partly to blame for their downgrade...really? Has the firm interviewed CUSTOMERS to determine whether such CONCERNS TRULY EXIST for police agencies and other customers, because they do not indicate they have...only that they EXPECT PROBLEMS TO ARISE with implementation. If they truly had concerns about the ability to roll out the software, wouldn't they TALK TO THE COMPANY? Do they think TASR hasn't CONSIDERED IT/IS infrastructure, hardware and software criteria and requirements prior to attempting to SELL A SOFTWARE PROGRAM?!?!?? I can only ask questions, as I am not as in tuned to what's happening at Taser as an analyst who FOLLOWS THE COMPANY is - or should - be. Imo, of course...
imo, we'll similar if not better results in Q4 than in Q3, and year-over-year comps should be telling. Wonder if JPM or LT analysts will care to comment/revise/update/upgrade once they're reported...