Funny, everybody else sees it selling off hard.
"How do I know that?" Same way anybody can know that. That is by looking at their earnings report and balance sheet every three months. Do yourself a favor and study those and you will see a pattern. Not saying it can't change, but the fact UNIS is putting itself up for sale or trying to license their technology shows they are in trouble ans Short cannot make good on his lofty promises.
Protect yourself? Can't believe anyone would ride the stock down so low. May even see sub $1 today. No need for protection anymore, anyone still owning it here is already killed. Today is where I may start buying an initial position.
Latest transactions show selling by Dennis Pyers in May of this year. So, if AS has been buying in the $3 range for years and there is so much going on for this company, why isn't anybody buying UNIS close to $1!? Not exactly a vote of confidence and a big red flag for me. Could change next week, but for now, ii's wait and see.
Doubtful now they will get and deals with meaningful revenue. Thought $1.50 would be absolute bottom. I believe $1 is possible but even there could be dead money for a while. Shorts DD better than the longs obviously.
Incur losses? Everybody long is already at a loss and don't give us that amateur adage that it's not a loss if you don't sell. Hate to break it to you...it's a loss on your balance sheet whether you sell it or not.
ESI is and will continue to get hammered. Comps were bad, .10 expected & .03 delivered. Cash dropping fast, enrollment numbers down and outlook bad. This coupled with shorts in control, longs lose, imo. Have to get real sometimes.
Not the way I see it. .10 expected, .03 delivered. Cash way down and outlook bad with falling enrollment.
Doubt it. It popped because The Street highlighted it as ready for breakout. Never buy when the street mentions it. The traders there front run the stock then sell it to you on the run up. Many examples. Let it settle and buy on merit. CALA does have a high pt ($19) and a great balance sheet with a current ration of 25.