That's retail's answer to everything....Just open new stores....who cares about anything else....I'm not short, I'd never go short a retail stock, but this short squeeze today makes no sense to me.
I don't know if Cruz is the right candidate to run, but Kelly's question was a typical, stupid liberal question.
I admit I'm concerned right now, not so much about the CEO selling shares, everyone does that, but rather the price action is indicative of a near term top.
My advice is don't bother....because technically it looks like $27-$30 could be in the cards, within a few weeks or less.....sorry.
It looks like WLL is heading back down to around $35 for now. Yes, the news reports were apparently incorrect, misleading, or both. I sold my long position the other day at $41.27, but I didn't go short from there, because the stock is still a headline risk, both long and short. Having said that, with no substantive deal at all, including an asset sale, WLL could fall to around the $32 range. I can say this with conviction.....not always, but usually, the longer it takes for any deal to consummate, the less of a chance it will actually happen.
Good luck to all...
Maybe he thinks the stock has peaked, and he wants to get his profit at the highs.
They did miss their revenue numbers....But this is the Dow, and then there's the Fed, and the chart was good, and yes it's all fixed and manipulated.
Does WLL sell cords, switches, and toys too? I thought I'd add my stupid post to match yours.
Just look no further than the bearish oil ETF, symbol DTO......now down over $6 and falling. The dollar is gettin killed, all good for oil related stocks. Tomorrow or Friday would be a great time to announce the deal.......
You may be correct Chuck.....FYI, usually when a stock spikes ahead of a big news announcement, it usually means someone with big money already knows the news.....
there's always that chance a higher bid can materialize. Keep in mind, according to reports there are at least 4 major oil companies interested in WLL.