I hear you, brother....i also made a crucial error losing money on Monday when I thought the lockup shares were available to trade based on the misleading articles, only to watch the stock go up 12%....oh well, live and learn, which I will definitely for next time!
lol...i can tell! But seriously, you have to expect short positions with any high growth/high expectation stocks, or invest in more mature stable companies.
I'm not for all the bashing that goes on either way, but it's entertaining, and i feel most posters are in it for that alone.
I'll check out cybr tho...thanks! ;)
You dont read posts you reply to, huh? The OP is asking for the next hyped stock (company)...not the next time there are fluctuations with GPRO.
that's my point exactly...responding to your "so your post?" comment as you compared today's volume with the 3 month average.
You know that's relatively low volume considering the last 2 days. This is a highly speculative stock and now it's coincidentally hanging even today after a +12% and -11% previous two days?
You know this isn't natural.
Jesus...can't even get the CEO's last name right. Glad you're not running a hedge fund.
Who the hell is "Goodman?" If you can't get the CEO's last name right, why should you be even spouting drivel?
looks like as of this morning it's still restricted...anyone know when it gets lifted?
When the media reported that the lockup was 2/17, the reporting gave the impression that the shares were available to trade that day...come to find out that they were available to trade the day after (today). Missed out big...now hoping that the slide will last another couple days for a short window trade.
Gross margin excluding credits is 22%, so I would estimate that would be double your estimate of profit per car, and half of the 10.8 cars you mentioned...or 5.4K additional cars sold.
You have a brass pair before lockup. Bravo to you....me if I believed in the long term i would purchase after the lockup.
CROCS came back in a big way...they expanded too quickly in a short amount of time, when the market turned they got crushed, but they restructured, eventually broadened the product portfolio and are doing very well. Is that what you're implying with GPRO? I'm not a supporter of GPRO, just like to point out flawed logic. on these message boards ;)