Wound tight, no doubt. I'll join you at 50. Right after she hits low .60s and retraces I'm buying. Spent mine @.42 & .40 and will take the profits there barring no news. Still got my core @.36 from way back, been here longer than I ever expected but this has had some really good movement over the past 2 years. Let's go again...
Lots of shares bought in the .40 to .42 range. When and if it hits low .60s on no news it should stall for a bit IMO. 33% is nothing to sneeze at. Those swing traders are what kept this thing from retracing into the mid .30s the last go round.
Multiple bottoms... If .48 is the new .36 we have it made. Got so many chances @.36, then the last drop to .42 and some at .40, was expecting high .30s but never went there. Need this to hold .48 IMO.
True, bought this on a tip 6 weeks ago and just can't bring myself to sell yet. Past my exit point a ways back and looked deeper into this. Too strong.
Spot on, nice recap on the SP Nami. Still ticked about riding that drop from .71 far too long. No one pays retail for this thing, at least not until it hits .40ish. (recently at least.) Low volume seems to cause such problems. Anyway, it's a new year and hopefully better that the last. Take care Nami.
So I assume you are starting your short here. If you started higher and don't take profits here then good luck with that.
Holding above 48 would be huge IMO. Been there a few times before and that is where support has fallen apart in the past. Those who bought @42 and below on the last retrace are looking good at the moment. We shall see...
Passed it earlier today and still holding...Up with volume again, this thing is just tough to pull the trigger and sell. Got in to swing it but might have to re-evaluate. Just a beast at the moment.
O.T. Keep an eye on JNSH Wed. morning. If you have some spare settled funds get in - get out. I'm long but then again, I'm in deep. I owe you one. Take care Raft.
Good point. In an air cooled chiller the ambient air temp. does have a dramatic effect on performance, VFD fans will cut back and actually shut off. This allows the equipment to hit set point using less energy and more importantly less stress on the equipment. Same holds true with cooling towers as cooler airflow allows the fans to cycle instead of running 24/7. In warmer weather as they rely more on the fans to cool, the equipment will reach "high limit" safeties and cut back. This is done to protect the equipment and will effect production be it chill water or producing energy. Makes sense in that I see it every day with the weather fluctuations in DFW. The cooler weather should maximize productivity with more efficiency.
If it dropped 10% with 800,000 shares traded we probably would. With this I doubt it, valid for ten years is some sort of built in safety net option to raise capital. IMO