What? Genuine buying interest. Who wouldn't want to buy a market that goes up even when faced with bad geopolitical news?
Market is going to go way up next week after big boys come back from the Hamptons.
"Rightsizing" your workforce is never a bad idea. You can't easily control your revenues, but you can control your expenses.
If you're holding that much, and you're worried, but you're still holding, maybe you should consider changing your Yahoo ID to something more appropriate.
Buy the dips.
Not sure Buffett would be investing in an offshore company whose claims to fame are a wallpaper app for cellphones and for doing things like firing an auditor who asked too many questions.
Stock was down almost 3% and you're claiming "no sellers"?
I do. I also believe the market will yawn when it's issued, since it's not worth the paper it's printed on.
Sounds a lot like the time a Parlux executive made an offer to buy Parlux for $29 . Nobody believed him, the shares fell below $10, and surprise, he withdrew the offer. Eventually a competitor bought them for around $6.
How long did it take to "consider" PwC's request for more information? These executives aren't the fastest kids on the block.
It's the last week of summer. Volume is light. The market will slowly drift upward. Go take off for a couple days. Go to the beach.
Gosh, the current definitely seems to be downhill, except for occasional short pops after press releases. Are you sure you aren't the one that's desperately grabbing for tree branches before heading over the waterfall? Do you nervously check for news every morning premarket to see whether anyone else has resigned?