Nobody cares, Everyone figures that they if they lost $9600 on 8K units sold, they'll save money by selling even less. Eventually, if they sell fewer and fewer units, they'll be profitable. Silly math? Investors tend to make a decision and then find data to support their decision.
I was hoping by TG, so that I'd have money and be able to take advantage of the Black Friday sales. That's my new investment strategy: hope. What do you think?
Nobody is successful in China for long. They encourage foreign investment so they can study it and copy it.
Who is paying for the installation and how much do they cost? Will they ever become as common as gas stations?
Doubt it; should be green by EOD. Everyone loves this company and the leader. Fundamentals are irrelevant if you have an emotional attachment to this company and its product.
Right you are. Only good stuff about TSLA should be posted here. After all, this isn't a message board; it is a cheering section.
Please, please, let there be someone who wants to buy my shares for 300. Wait, I'm willing to sell for 299, because I know everyone else is going to sell at 300.
I think those who have held ROSG for any length of time would like to see management buy some shares on the open market. Company provided options aren't ownership; they are all upside with no downside for the execs.
So, I propose that all the longs send Mr. Berlin a check for about $2.80 so that he can buy 1 share of ROSG. Who knows, maybe he'll be able to buy 100 shares and have a real ownership stake.
Check out DNDN. Here's a company that has an approved cancer drug on the market after lots of controversy. Shares hit 50 a couple of years ago. Now they are declaring bankruptcy.
Of course, perhaps ROSG is going down the same path, except that the path has been much longer. We'll get a peak under the tent this week.
What happens to share price if Berlin doesn't get his salary and shares? Who are they going to find to replace him? Company is in such terrible shape that taking the job now would be lots of work and unlikely to merit a star on the resume. I hope I'm wrong, but I suspect that whatever happens, we're seeing a toilet swirl.
I got mine in the mail a couple days ago and mailed them right away. I knew they'd be late, but #$%$. Turns out they weren't late. Goes to show that anything having to do with this company is a #$%$ shoot.
I have a similar story on ALNY. I bought in the mid-teens and price went up to 32. I held, but then the market crash came and price went down to 7. I sold on the way down. Now shares are trading at nearly 100.
I think the point to remember is that when investing in new science, you are swinging for the fences. Occasionally you'll hit the homer, but too often you'll strike out. Accordingly, don't invest any money that you think you might need in the future. If you have "can afford to lose it" money on a stock like SZYM, today's decline isn't a crisis.