Thank you, Greg. We have to assume that some per cent of readers are inexperienced, as the rest of us once were.
Don't want them to get all fancy and then end up missing the train based on some self-serving posts targeting them.
You see a lot of posts here strongly predicting a retracement. What do they know or anyone for that matter.
90% are self-serving- they want back in after shooting their load or are shorting.
Volume is INCREASING: today's volume was 7.9x's the 90 day average volume- higher than yesterday's volume! This stock is being briskly accumulated. Institutions will be adding the day after each of these conferences.
Sure, sell the rips and buy the dips if you really feel up to it but be sure keep a decent core for the potentially big, life changing gain.
I suggest reading, " Reminiscences of a Stock Operator".
Good fortune to you!
Yup, there were some bad actors on I-snub for INO.
I was about the only one who called their game.
Well, I bought (added) at 9.48 this afternoon- missed bottom by a penny.
I'll enjoy the divi in Jan, the new shares and the quick recovery of the SP after the divi.
Or maybe writing to their customers, telling them they are paying too much by pointing out the obscene salaries and stock options these glutens are taking out of the company. Even third party customers will see APT executives as greedy and squeeze them harder or just dislike them and find a way not to do business with them.
Any intelligent, just person would recoil at what APT exec's are doing.
Yup, the WSJ went down shortly after Murdoch bought it. He's trying to turn it into "everyman's newspaper" when its strength and appeal was its laser focus on business.
They can get away with it because the company is neither fish or fowl. Too big to matter with small stock holder sentiment and too small to be subject to institutional pressure.
It's not like the company is generating big profits- it's marginally profitable
If they don't stop the raping shareholders they might find Icahn buying up its stock (he eats these little companies, too) and or a picket in front of its business and executives' homes.
No one likes being screwed. People find a way to get back at those who act unfairly.
You get the idea he's watching the tape rather than focusing on production to seize the moment.
Replace this guy Hoffman- he is undermining the company, showing no confidence by continually selling his shares.
APT What a horses #$%$- this CEO keeps dumping shares...
Alpha Pro Tech CFO Lloyd Hoffman Sells 30,000 Shares (APT)
Posted by Nolan Pearson on Nov 28th, 2014 // No Comments
Alpha Pro Tech (NYSE:APT) CFO Lloyd Hoffman sold 30,000 shares of Alpha Pro Tech stock in a transaction that occurred on Tuesday, November 25th. The stock was sold at an average price of $3.31, for a total value of $99,300.00. Following the completion of the sale, the chief financial officer now directly owns 71,000 shares in the company, valued at approximately $235,010. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, which is available at this link.
Alpha Pro Tech (NYSE:APT) opened at 2.98 on Friday. Alpha Pro Tech has a one year low of $1.92 and a one year high of $10.73. The stock has a 50-day moving average of $4.15 and a 200-day moving average of $2.84. The company has a market cap of $54.5 million and a P/E ratio of 22.33. Alpha Pro Tech also saw a large growth in short interest during the month of November. As of November 14th, there was short interest totalling 991,174 shares, a growth of 25.1% from the October 31st total of 792,388 shares. Approximately 6.6% of the company’s shares are sold short. Based on an average daily volume of 1,511,793 shares, the days-to-cover ratio is currently 0.7 days.
Alpha Pro Tech (NYSE:APT) last posted its quarterly earnings results on Thursday, October 23rd. The company reported $0.05 EPS for the quarter.
Separately, analysts at TheStreet downgraded shares of Alpha Pro Tech from a “buy” rating to a “hold” rating in a research note on Tuesday, October 28th.
ALPHA PRO TECH, LTD. (NYSE:APT) is in the business of protecting people, products and environments.
Happy Thanksgiving Day to all on the FPRX board. That would be me, the rude poster and hopefully others reading.