don't waste your time on the fool rossi.
selling a stock you bought is no different than shorting - you believe it is overvalued so you sell. without sellers, nobody could buy shares and go long. rayban and azrustulic are just so lost that they will not accept any view which is not the same as their own.
"to short a stock that you don't own hoping to drive the price down, which intentionally hurts those who own, you see nothing wrong with that..."
what you fail to grasp is that nobody is shorting "hoping to drive the price down". people short because they believe the shares are overvalued and the fact that they are overvalued will ultimately lead to the market pushing the shares lower - as longs realize it. it is no different whatsoever from someone buying shares and going long because they believe the stock is undervalued...they don't buy "to drive the price up" (though as you have posted in the past, you did in fact buy shares attempting to push the price higher - and that is illegal), they buy because they believe the shares are undervalued and the market will eventually see what they see.
"it is called do unto others as you would have them do unto you, to intentionaly do something that will hurt others is wrong, maybe not in your eyes but in mine and Gods eyes it is."
if you believe that is how the stock market works, then I truly feel sorry that you have mush for brains.
so sorry you lost on SPDC - you should have listened to me instead of pumping the shares and doing harm to those who listened to you from $1.00 all the way down. just think, if you had shorted instead of buying, you would have a profit equal to what you have lost...would that have made you happy, or would you be upset that you made a profit because someone else lost? isn't that exactly what happened to you? others profited as you bought all the way down and then when you took your loss?
does your "investing" focus on losing as much money as you can as quickly as you can? it appears that you go looking ford garbage turd stocks and just hop from one to the next.
you deserved to have lost every penny that you did here. now go and lose more on those other two pieces of junk.
not running your mouth about how you are so much smarter than the market makers anymore - are you?
serves you right.
"Since 2008, I have received over $40,000 from various securities class action lawsuit settlements."
I suppose that likely means you probably lost a heck of a lot more than that.
A fool and his money...
no need...if I wanted your address and/or phone number, it is freely available online.
but, thanks for the offer.
apparently you did not understand what you were looking at.
no shares were bought.
"Vesting of restricted stock unit granted pursuant to the Company's Amended and Restated 2004 Stock Plan on June 24, 2013."
The entire transaction is as follows:
1. 20,000 shares of restricted stock vested - nothing was paid for these shares.
2. The share price at the time the shares vested was 32 cents
3. 6530 shares were given back to cover the amount of taxes due for having been awarded the 20,000 shares
It is not surprising that you lack the intelligence to understand.
Typical pumper lies.
read the earning announcements.
every time you encounter the term "non-GAAP" substitute phony.
the future? company will run out of cash again, then do what it needs to in raising more. obviously common shareholders will suffer once again when that happens.
company will never post a bottom line profit.
just as good as him posting how SPDC was going to $10/share when it was in the $4s. He was posting how Willis is a genius. Too funny.
you never wanted to own this garbage. this is a failed trade for you and nothing more. so don't make it out to be anything more. you wanted a few pennies of quick profit from the shyte and it went against you very quickly, again and again. and you made a cardinal sin continuing to buy.
if anything, yours is a wonderful example of what not to do...again, why you cannot let a trade control you. you've made it out to be you against the stock and you could not accept you made a mistake, a big one. as a result, it got worse and worse, and you still can not let it go.
you blew it...many times.
rayban and his buddy will call you a liar...even though it's right there for all to see.
"Currently, it has $99 million in Debt and ..."
...is on the hook for approximately $10 million per year in interest expenses - more than double what was paid in FY2015.
you just keep playing with your numbers. you did the same when the shares were at $1, 80 cents, and 60 cents - where has it gotten you?
while you're at it, go open up the 10-K and have a look at the income statement and balance sheet. those numbers are more important.