"EMC owns 43M shares"
EMC owns significantly more than 43 million shares. It is closer to 343 million shares.
Good call. Wrong reason, but still a good call.
However, at the same time while HA has dipped 3.83% (currently), GOL is down about the same amount percentage-wise, and JBLU is only pennies higher. So, at this time, your hedge trade has netted you little if anything.
As I said previously, you are simply too complacent trading this.
It's clear that it "always" bounces off of $70. However, one of these times, you are going to be blindsided and it's going to break below $70. The first time or two maybe it will go to $69.90 to let the stop-losses get taken out, and then make a small bounce up. But one time it's just going to keep going, and once it gets going, it's going to fall hard...you'll blink having seen it at $69.75 and next thing you know you're going to be looking at $65 or less.
That is exactly how this is setting up. Look at the YTD chart - it's peaking at lower highs on the bouncebacks.Once it tires, it's not going to bounceback higher - it's going to dive lower.
Apparently you still feel lucky and think it won't break below $70 this time. We'll see.
Your time for playing the bounces here is almost up.
thing is, the stock will go below $3, which is what I said I was waiting for. you on the other hand do nothing more than play a day to day game not knowing/caring what the value of the company/stock is. either you get lucky and make 10 cents and you jump up and down like a screaming teenage girl at a boy band concert, or you don't and then just go silent.
your mode of operation is well-known just the same.
Your attitude of posting lies is better? Trying to convince other people to buy based on fabricated information? That's the attitude to have to make money?
What I have seen is incontrovertible evidence that you've posted outright lies here.
Tell us more about all that insider buying, why don't you?
All of your "arguments" are simply lies and dreams.
You are so pathetic.
You had no contact with management team.
You have no research team.
You said you were going away for 8 days.
You are so full of it.
They were just showered with options - and for what? They have no risk as they didn't pay anything for them.
It isn't a bullish sign - it dilutes shareholders.
"Our research team is lead by one of the buyers and larger stakeholders in sync. They did indeed buy over 1 million dollars worth of shares at a base level of 3.68 which should theoretically act as a bottom. You can check this on the SEC website under document 4 (Insider buy/sell document) "
You are indeed full of #$%$.
Yes - you can't argue when they pull their own money out of their pocket.
However, the best is when officers buy with their own money. Directors - eh, not as much.
It isn't a bullish sign - the options are awarded at the market price on the date they were awarded.
Was it a bullish sign last year on May 24 when the options where awarded with an exercise price of $11.14?
Get a clue.