Funny, I checked on news releases and saw nothing since January and nothing REMOTELY indicating what you are stating. Consider the source, folks.
If the close is the determining factor for the day's price, and $1 is the significant number, are we prone to end-of-day games trying to knock the price below $1? Or raise it above, on some insignificant number of shares?
I don't know but I am wondering the same. I admit, I have seen it go up consistently and wondered why it was so high. It has valuable real estate holdings, but unless they are sold and turned into cash, they are not necessarily greatly impacting the price. Does anyone know their liquidity situation? Certainly, their earnings seem healthy.
It's really too ridiculous to see the stock price being manipulated by people selling or buying miniscule orders at very high or low prices. Around 200 shares ($200-220) to move it to $1.09 and then $1.01.
Close to my cost basis now, but my chief gratification is five days trading that stays above $1.00. I'm just guessing we may hold around here until another accounting is published. If the next year is similarly positive, I have little doubt we'll see another strong movement up. What bewilders me is that there are so many willing sellers at these prices with such hope now of greater rewards.
Thank you. The one-day chart is more easily read, and if you pass the cursor over the graph it tells you the amount of the trade.
I often look at the Yahoo finance day charts trying to determine how many shares have traded at what price. It is inexact on the chart. Does anyone have a more precise source?
Am I the only one so excited about the trading future on this stock? I have all the respect in the world for Martin Luther King, but I cannot wait for tomorrow to see what will ensue.
I remember remarking almost two years ago that there was no harm in dreaming what one might do if the stock did regain its old credibility. I am slightly better than break even now, for the first time since before the stop trading. And I have a beloved cottage that could use new cedar siding.
I wasn't happy with the drop to $1.00 from $1.18, but then I checked the day chart. Only a few shares went off at $1.00, and NO SHARES HAVE TRADED IN THE LAST HOUR. People are holding and holding out for a higher price. Be of good cheer, my fellow longs. The trend is up, and our patience is being rewarded.