@$4.06 the short interest actually went up
Been 60+ million shorts here for the last year me bucko. Sharper minds than ours have not figured out what "secret" 65 million shares knew about that has yet to matriculate.
big volume shorting at $12 made sense. The dopes who shorted shares under $7.30 were total idiots..
If wall st wants to short htis stock they need to get the PPS in the teens before they make another sell side run
Yea .. Blackrock gave away shares for a week so they could get the price down and buy more
Always makes me wonder why it never changes.
Obvious answer is somebody is planting a fraud number. I find it hard to believe there really is that many morons out there.
Thank you for taking the time to make the video. I watched the entire demo and I was glad to hear you mention binary events at the end. I'm not a chartist but we both feet the stock is going to the same place. I've been long the stock since ADCOM and know it well. As you were drawing lines I could visualize the events that caused the drops. IMO the stock was unnaturally forced down by intentional acts. By that I mean out of the company's control
1. An unreasonably long period for the DEA to classify an FDA approved medicine.
2. An intentional bash by a paid off thug at Consumer Reports that's still unexplained.
3. A premeditated assault on the stock by CS analysts that to this day refuses to value the company and has a hacksaw writer pushing tablet counts instead of revenue. This encouraged unusually high short positions
Take away any of these three issues and the chart would look quite different. All three events reek of criminal activity.. To me valuation is easy. It takes 10 years and $8 Billion dollars to develop what Arena owns, Nobody not Pfizer or Glaxo can do it for less. Therefore the value is what it is. if not today in due time. Its like a horse or a car that cost a fortune to build but never won a race, A buyer is still going to pay what its worth or pay to make one themselves. I warned traders to buy or cover since Nov, especially before last Monday, based entirely on an unrealistic valuation
Good luck on your calls, See you @ $10.50 PLUS
This who took my advice over the past two weeks were spared big losses as the record proves.
Always listen to me for the real facts you can make money with,
Actually and sadly (for you) options have been almost too accurate in this stock as the chart will show you
As they screw themselves and each other ........
The Fiscal Times reports
December 11, 2013
The stock market may have rocketed ahead this year, but hedge fund managers, by and large, have been left behind. As Bloomberg reported last week: “The $2.5 trillion hedge-fund industry, whose money managers are among the finance world’s highest paid, is headed for its worst annual performance relative to U.S. stocks since at least 2005.”
Bloomberg’s aggregate hedge fund index trailed the S&P 500’s return by 22 percentage points through November, making the industry a lock to trail the broader market for the fifth year running.
If that wasn’t bad enough, 2013 is likely to go down as the personal #$%$ horribilis for some of the most prominent names in the business – folks whom investment bankers and traders slavishly fawned over, and whom were once able to move the markets simply by hinting at what they were doing.