ggrail, a quick note on commodities - I follow an oil service co, MTRX , that is a fair leading indicator for oil, up and down. Usually it starts to recover, or at least firm up its sp about 2 quarters in advance of bottom of oil, and it has done so this summer. MTRX looks like a buy but it also signals some firming in energy by turn of year-
Finding probity on these boards is like find one of your premium scotchs in my cabinet -not very likely. These boards offer a pleasant diversion and I hope no one takes any of it more serious than I do, which is not much.
ggrail, your star holding is down 37% so far in August - why not pay someone to help you come up with fresher insults - or I could offer some personal information to taunt me with? I want you to feel better, more than Widepoint is offering!
My favorite memory of beloved Master Hlin was last year when I mentioned that my wife had died and he used that to taunt me. The guy was just a class act, promoting the virtues of a world class public company!
FEYE is expected to lose $1.35 ye 12/16 by the 31 analysts who follow it, but it looks like a daytrader vehicle more than anything. In 2014 is went from $97 to $27 in 2 months, and it s down today 4% premarket. I respect your point but this is a unique stock for sure-
Every board has to have clown, I nominate you.
Based in this PMS rant, why dont you challenge him to a runoff?
well noted - a retest of Dec 14 appears coming and that looks great to me for a long trade - buying max pain pays off here-
Srini, your post contains a level of sober truth that we just cannot allow on this board - I'll have more to say on this topic upon my return to the Milky Way galaxy-
BASHERS NEVER Bash A BAD STOCK.
that is good insight - WYY has been a laggard for nearly 2 decades. True believers who bought the IPO are -85% for their trouble. This board has a group who believe a sharp turn is coming soon, but that is not how stocks like this work, short of a takeout-
sayton, the scenario you note has been playing out for WYY since the previous century - after 17 years of this, the pumpers can only call bad names and throw gravel-
to the 1.42 range shortly. - Sayton, not too shabby on that call. The erb stocks starting to rally - CBIS & PHOT double digits today - WYY holders need to exhale, then inhale a big toke, and wait for sub-dollar land. Our pumper pals are quite beside themselves as reality filters in-
Stay in touch! The pumpers here are like The Night of the Living Dead - too many of them to ever win! Just on the merits, though, can we think of a company that traded up well at the IPO, then floundered for over 17 years, then became a great investment? As someone said about Trump: possible but not plausible!
Sayton, as I've said many times this is a fantasy board and there is no reason to keep asking why they believe untold riches are right around the corner. We know that some people would rather be dead than wrong- this hit $11.25 on the day of the IPO. It has been a dollar stock since 2007 but it maybe sub-dollar again soon. Let it go - you are starting to reminder me of the old Monty Python skit 'I'm here for an argument'
verily, Sayton - bad time to be a bio with no PE! Could be worse - MNKD down over 60% last 10 weeks!
WYY is at a crossroads - if 1.50 cracks,a retest of a dollar will be next - if they were not so pathetically arrogant, I'd feel sorry for the pumpers - they all wait for Godot, and he may stand them up again-and again...
My question to you is how much longer are you going to tolerate company leadership that is ineffective.
Probably til they get bought out - so far 1.50 has held and I say another buy trade is close- be cautious because short shares starting to grow again, but slowly-
well, sayton, what say you on SGYP? Short shares there went to over 27M - I think it goes back to 4 pretty fast-
YHOO Finance is helping by eliminating the DEJ chart historyolder than 5 days - easier to reel in new suckers if they cant see a long term loss of a dollar changing to a nickle-
This is not the type of stock DFA usually goes for, making it all the more interesting theyve taken a healthy position. The CAMP longterm chart is a scream - it explodes upward every decade, gives it all back, except this time trying to hold in. DFA is not a giant fund and when they are holding $20M of a microcap, they usually smell a takeout-
Several years ago, I invested in a company called California Amplifier. They had many similar problems with their company as Widepoint does
I appreciate your mention of CAMP; I used to trade it also. Do you have an opinion on it presently - I cannot see why is laying so low - last downgrade 2007! I am especially interested that Dimensional Funds has a big position. I have made money over the years following them into takeover candidates (Philad Indemnity, Ohio Casualty) and they are pretty keen on finding value that gets bought out - we all like those juicy takeout premiums-