I thought I'd give you guys a point on some easy money if you are patient. HART (ticker symbol) is being pumped by a group of traders known to dump their shares quickly. They have a ton of followers on twitter and the stock is destined to go down.
The story of HART sounds great and everything, but the reality is that 3D Printing will eat their lunch, so over the long-term is really doesn't have any value, imo.
No doubt about it, ONVO is the real deal. I have no idea what the market potential is for ONVO, but over a 10-year period, it would seem like 20x today's price is certainly a possibility. 3D bioprinting still seems a little divorced from reality to most people so I think their is some natural and understandable skepticism. The cost saving, life saving, technology has unknown applications as of yet. The only real question that I have is if there are other 3d Printing ventures who will produce better machinery.
Type "New York Docs 3D Printed Windpipe into Google"
Then type "Kaiba Gionfriddo" with "trachea" into Google.
If after reading those two articles, you think the HART business-model is a better route, then by all means, keeping buying at these highs. In my opinion, the stock started to slip on low volume after the 3D tracheas were reported to be successful while growing with the body.
Knowing what may be possible in short-order in the world of trachea replacement surgery makes the claim of $100,000.00 in revenue per surgery in HART revs a bit hyperbolic and completely meaningless. There is so much developing right now in this niche, and HART doesn't seem to have the most efficient route to capitalize on it, orphan designation or not.
If you guys have noticed, at 8:01, 1 minute after the last few press releases, there has been small flurries of immediate buying. This has happened 4-5 times in the last year. Yesterday's press release was immaterial, simply a schedule for the earnings period, but the buying happened immediately after the press release. Odd, huh?
I didn't say I was accumulating, even though I did buy 10,000 shares at $5.28 to $5.37 when somebody was unloading 1-2 weeks back. I could have said that, but I didn't say that. You must have inferred that. I did say SOMEBODY was accumulating. Accusing me of talking out of both sides of my mouth shows you haven't been on these boards very long, or are just trying to create unnecessary controversy.
The reason I said "SHHH" is because I liked the way it was going up slowly on no news, in a controlled and methodical way. I didn't want Momo traders to do exactly what they did today and create unnecessary turbulence. When that happened and I saw Super_Turds with a mini-pump of the stock, I had to take some off the table. I would have been foolish not to. If I wanted to be dishonest, I could have said nothing and sold off without informing you. I did it so to help you guys have a better understand of why stocks can stall so that rather than blaming unknown participants, you could have a better understanding of the dynamics of this particular stock, making you more informed traders. Realize I only sold off 8%of my shares and may end up buying them back if the Momo traders get flushed out some more.
I've been one of the few people on ANY board on Yahoo! to beat the PR firms to releasing relevant news and giving you all a great opportunity to get in before the spikes! I do this by good old fashioned DD and by perusing the web with Chinese Language searches to bring up potential relevant news to the company. I also check their website regularly and watch the executives and company through various social media channels. I share it with you guys rather than hog it to myself, because I want strong hands to accumulate more and I know the people that visit this board are kind of like the KNDI investors a few years ago. There were only a few loyal posters who had strong hands and have benefitted form their slow accumulation.
I've been forthright.
Are you seriously trying to pump the stock like this? Just leave it alone, it's a good investment for the long term. You'll get your money back even though I assume you bought during the run-up today.
It's clear you are new at this, so just put this investment out of your mind and come back in a month.
Looks Like Super_Turds Just gave this a very small pump on twitter. Do we really want Momo Traders to create more uneven trading? His reference, a 9/30 press release about a small-ish company using MyStore. Welcome to the 21st century Super_Trades.
I had to take just a bit off the table as I've been only buying for the last 6 years. That's all the selling I'll take part of for what may end up being the next 6 years. As you all know, I'm a buy and hold and hold some more type of investor.
Just thought you might benefit from the clarity of who was pushing back around 7.00 per share and why. Just diversifying my portfolio a bit.
Wow! Constructive information on a Yahoo! Message Board. Rare and hard to come by. Enjoyed reading your messages mylkvveed! Kudos, sir.
Checking StockTwits and Twitter just to make sure nobody is actively interested in this company and that all buying is stealth. Seems like all stealth buys with nobody showing any active interest. Pumpers are playing absolutely no role in the share price increases unlike other Chinese shares I've recently shorted for big gains - RCON, HPJ.
By the way, Livedeal just gave you a gift yesterday. Go short for easy money.
SHHH. I already know the answer to how MyStore will add value and impact future earnings. Ads on Mystore and installation fees. And they will add handsomely to revenues this year almost certainly.
Just let strong hands accumulate and try not to pump! I don't want to see daytraders here! Haha.
It doesn't get much cheaper than this stock right now. Everything tech is overvalued while this stock is trading at a song. I honestly believe E-Future merits an equal P/S as a company like ChannelAdvisor, yet Channel Advisor's P/S is still 24x higher.
Sales momentum is building for 2014. 2013 likely to be EBITDA positive. MyStore may eventually generate more revenue than Software and Services combined. Everybody is ignoring this company - until they don't anymore.
I bought 4,000 shares of KNDI and sold out at $14.50 for a 25% gain. I'm going go wait for a period of calm before entering back in, if that ever comes. I don't like to chase stocks. I like to buy low and wait... and wait...
Search for 永辉微店.
You won't find it in English.
Use google translate from there.
Lots of cross-talk at the Chinese Weibo site confirm that E-Future is the brains and Yonghui is the brand.
Half as big as Wal*Mart China, and they will be promoting E-Future's Mystore platform...
Huge news - the question remains however how E-Future will turn this into accretive revenue growth - but this news certainly widens the moat for E-Future a bit.
IF JRJC continues to execute like this, I don't see why this can't be at $15.00 stock by the end of 2014.