Shares are down over 10% and near the low for the day and yet the Feb 15 calls are higher now than they were when shares were down just 7%. Seems to me the price for insurance for short positions is going up.
Remember past elections, when everyone running promised to punish the greedy oil companies? Not now, of course. No one bothers to say that competition and development of increasingly efficient technology have lead to a decline in oil prices and company profits. No matter how much they would have taxed the oil companies, the profits wouldn't be any lower than now. Increasing taxes on oil would actually have kept the price at the pump higher. With higher taxes, there would have been less incentive to explore and invest. Again, no politician in office or running for office mentions this.
It is up less than 2 cents. If you can't trust a 2 cent increase, not sure you should own this at all.
I wish I were paid to bash this stock. Then I'd at least have a partial offset to my losses. Tell me one thing this company has done to increase shareholder value. Look at the chart and you'll see that everyone who bought at the IPO or any secondary is down at least 50% and most well over 90%. Unless they go out of business, every stock is a good investment, at least for a day or two.
Not all the biotechs are down. ALR is getting a buy out offer at a nice premium and they are also in the diagnostic test business. Lots more revenue, etc. but we can't keep making excuses for ROSG share price.
It is history. ROSG has announced patents and marketing deals in the past and it has never made a difference in share price. If you are burned on "good news" enough times, you tend to stay away from the fire.
Is that gross or net billings? Is there a difference? Yes, as you know from your health insurance, the gross amount charged and the net amount actually paid through negotiated rates is dramatically different. We don't know. how much of this billing actually makes it to the bank.
20 or better. Far too many shorts have positions well above 20 and it is not a matter or losing money, just having a smaller profit. Note that every day without meaningful news is a continuation of the existing downward trend.
The pattern with FEYE is consistent: the high is at the open and as long as most investors /traders believe this, there is no reason to buy at the open and every reason to sell, especially if there is a no-news gap higher. Took me too long to realize this. :(
And if most everyone is a technical trader, some of the technicals predict other technicals. On a short term basis you can create the technical that stimulates movement either up or down.
Amazing. You only see these sort of articles when existing shorts are concerned there aren't enough new shorts being added.
Yup, just when you think the selling is done, it starts up again. Problem now is that those who haven't sold are looking to sell at a slightly better price. Not trying to make any money; just lose less.
Of course, cyber attacks are dependent upon Fed rates. If they go up, data is much more security from attacks. Or so it would seem based on today's market reaction. (I used to think I was confused. No longer; I know that everyone else who invests is confused.)
Wow. 7 cents it moved so far today. Opportunity for 400% gain and investors think that is worth about 8% today. In other words the average investor think that a move to 5.00 is about a 50-1 shot. Better off picking 7 on the craps table.