Your opinions are valid and what does it matter if we disagree about what is left here. HIPP is ahead of VELTF a few quarters in the mobile ad co. meltdown game and even they have a market cap 4 times what Velti has - I suspect neither has a prayer for long term survival, and MM is trying hard to join the game. Al 3 are headed to the same scrap heap-
it is possible, but just does not feel likely. Very shrewd investors look at co like this, and when they pass, we should too. I continue to encourage those like yourself to get out with something, with knowledge that there will be a hundred opportunities to get back in later if they do recover.
with that huge "roll the stone away" short position gone, I think this continues to creep up in coming months, just as you describe. We understand this needs to grow a lot bigger before it gets coverage, but I suspect it will over time. Before selling consider where this has come from as recently as Fall 2012 - there is no apparent reason this next leg up will not carry us to $5 or so, someone begins coverage, and this starts running in the stock of the decade competition- I compare this chart to PCLN - ran hard in 2010, rested in 2011, then in 2012 took off again, proving once again the trend is our friend.
what you are duly noting is the way companies end - if they gave the slightest concern for shareholders, they would be in touch with them. Does anyone think this is the way public companies conduct business? The disingenuous thing here is the way some are pretending this is an ongoing concern, and this can only be to prop up sp and that is not working.
My thought and belief is never turn back on stocks that make money for you previously - they can take off again, and often do. Granted the full mooners here are comical and semi-tragic at same time, but try this- look at the 2 year chart - can you then say, man I'm glad to be out of that one? Look at any huge success stocks, chart-wise - there are usually long periods of consolidation after big (.40 to 1.60) moves - it is the nature of investing. One thing I learned in the 99-Spring 2000 runup is when us retail pee-wees are selling, convinced its over, big fish may be starting to nibble.
I see great prospects for gains into 2015 and our opinions are equally valid - it is what makes a stock market. As you say, get back in if you see evidence, but this one has done 300% over last 6 quarters, even after resting most of 2014, and is apt to take off again with Jen effect...
very good insight - chart tells the tale - over 300% move in last 6 quarters is ahead of 99.9% of the rest - I expect about the same in next 6 quarters, and periods of consolidation are expected. Shorts left town and 2015 should be great returns - I cannot imagine a better stock to buy on the slightest weakness-
no communication with outside shareholders should be the focus - in fiction this is called foreshadowing. What obligation do you think Blackstone feels towards retail investors - yes that is a rhetorical question! I no longer try reasoning with longs - the last break was 3000% ago - if that does not give caution, load up today!
you have stated this very well. I'd simply add that people much smarter than me have looked at this and voted no on the worth more than 1.5... My belief is that under best scenario, it'll take em years to prove it and more likely is the current shareholders will be casually thrown overboard along the way.
If you are impressed by a public company that cannot be contacted, I'd say go all in.
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closing in on sub-penny land and I hope the bulls see this as a buying opp, as all the rest have been since $20 sp - averaging down here continues to be a proven winner- DO NOT DELAY BUT BUY TODAY - great things ahead here-
rational observations are no long attacked here with gusto - time to get our huge class action payoff and head over to the MM board, where logical thinking is still viewed very suspiciously. Anyone here think it may be too late to short Z? 60 fast points quite a move over there and forward PE is still triple digits!
I must agree with donedoo - your connections and intellect are going to waste here - you can help CEO find out why this co is a loser back to a previous century - nothing ever changes with this company-a dollar invested at the top is worth 2 cents today.
as others note, technical analysis is useless here - stock bought exactly 3 years ago gone no where, but numerous trading opps as in buy today, sell 1.40-1.50 - overall it appears years away from more nothing...
People who bought 2 years ago today have tripled their money and that would make Buffett envious. 2014 trade has been in a tight range but easiest path is higher, so you are right - buy and check it every 6 months-