And volume is pretty strong. Now, how many posters here are buying on the way up? Or have you, like me, bought all the way down and are now hoping to see it bounce back to your "buy price." My last buy was in the $3.20 range a couple of months ago.
There will be a taper, but this has been factored into the market for a couple of months. When everyone is negative, there's no further downside.
If the message is hidden, he did a fine job of hiding it. No one can find it and thus volume is weak and shares price hasn't moved. Maybe the hidden message is "I know you wonder if I am still here. This letter proves that I am. Now, let me start working on that prospectus for another secondary offering."
I read the letter and it seems positive, even though $1 million in sales for the year still isn't enough to pay for executive compensation. Net impact on share price? Down a couple of cents. Does anyone really care what the company says or does?
I agree. ROSG is like a ball you have rolled down the stairs. As it goes down the stairs, it bounces up, but it is a mistake to think the ball will bounce back up to the top of the stairs.
You are right, there was lots of activity. However the price was just pennies and so I wonder if this was closing of positions. Wasn't this a leap option last year when share price was about 35 and 2011 price was about 48?
I've been long since the first IPO. However, unlike most posters, my position doesn't influence my evaluation of the company. At this point, I'm "all in" on ROSG stock. Either it goes to zero or perhaps we'll get lucky as see a big gain.
If you always say the stock if oversold, you will probably be right one day. Looks like today is your day. It is doubtful that this is your year however.
Like I said, a 10 cent gain gets ROSG holders excited. However all of the dollar losses are ignored. Stock is still down about 20% since the last downgrade. I thought it couldn't go below $3 and once again I was wrong.
Good analysis, but at current value it'll take a 100% gain just to get back to the price of the last secondary. This company is burning cash while they keep talking about the promise of the science.
This is a consistent pattern: spike early in the day on significant volume and then a gradual decline. Once again, the price is right about $2.50. I used to buy on a spike, but I've learned my lesson.
"license or partner?" They've been building the patent portfolio for years and have not done either. You know that when they do in fact sign a license of partnership deal, it will be for a small fraction of the total amount that investors have put into this company.
You're joking right? Market cap of Linkedin is $27 billion and FB is worth about $120 billion. If share price determined value, Priceline would be worth 20 times as much as FB, and nearly 70 times the value of Ford.
At the open I said that stock would close at 49 so that 49 puts and calls would expire worthless. Gee, the market is up and FB is 49.02. After a while, you figure out that stock movements are not random.
Sure. The FB options traded at over 6 a couple of weeks ago. Now the calls are worth less than a dime. The long holders aren't going to bid up the stock price by a dollar just so their 50 calls don't expire worthless.