The Q team may be quiet to the world, but they are very actively growing the company, making moves that will keep this company growing for possibly years to come, and certainly the growth we see now is good for at least another year, probably 2-3. And as those years unfold, new info. Will likely come in showing more growth to come.
This is a management team with an active balanced plan to grow for the long run. As we know, Bailey's goal is a 20 billion dollar company - 6x the fiscal size the company is now,
How is that a company that will get bogged down? OCwatxher, I don't often speak this way on the board, but your argument is manipulative, misleading, full of outright lies.
Each point made in that article was disingenuous and false. The insider selling is one said ad nauseous the last 1.5 years, when it is simply execs exercising options that would expire if they we left unused. But I think most of retail and all of institutions know that - I don't think there was really much reaction to the article - true FINRA volume was small (600k) and more than 60% of that volume were shorted shares - meaning the shorts we creating shares and then buying them back at lower prices and shorting again, most likely, with MMs and day traders also involved.
Thus - the price we see isn't really the market value - it is a number the shorts manipulated - but no one who owns long shares is willing to sell at that price, only a trader.
Let Citron play with itself. Sooner or later, the price comes back up. It as if they were holding a cork underwater. Sooner or later, iit is inevitable it bobs to the surface.
As there are many successful institutions long on this stock. The drug works.
But remember - pretty much most of the shares being sold are the shorted shares, and perhaps some traders. This is all a show to try to make money off of options, and to try to get retail longs to sell. Doubtful an institution will sell at the film flam they see happening now.
Remember past history with this stock - as the scenario starts to look worse and worse, the stock suddenly gets a catalyst and goes up. I have no reason to believe that pattern has changed. This seems worse than it is because of down ticks - but pretty much those down ticks were from shorting, not from anyone convinced the shorts have a case. Go to shortanalyticsDOTcom. Look at the data on QCOR.
I understand - I have similar thoughts about lightening my load - but never while the shorts have the stock on the down tick .
Think of it this way - in a year we more than doubles.
In a year from now, the pattern is likely to repeat for a variety of reasons
Even to be "only" at 100-110 a year from now without having to lift a finger is the most likely trend.
A guarantee? No soirées. Could be lower than 100. Or much higher than 110. As with the other short thesis, only so much Time Value in a manipulation. And most of the shares moving the last month were short shares. And either the shorts are buying back their own shares or there are longs - or a big long as Mikey posits - who are accumulating.
20 -30% tonight dec 6, that is, as you said. As the shorts can drop this baby 10% any time they want (but have to pay later) I put nothing past them. If they do drop it that much, I will pay some cheap LT options and make a bundle.
This came out just before earnings - and when examined by the experienced people on the board, held no water. I said at the time that shorts would still find a way to turn it into an investigation. Sadly, I am right.
Of course. - it is easy to stir up the muck at the bottom of a clean pond and then comment the water is dirty - takes much longer for things to settle and clear. On the other hand, if Q would just get moving, the water would clear Q-uickly.
All the stocks you mention had accountin issues or foolish risky bets, unlike QCOR, which has sound accounting and a huge wad of money in the bank and no debt.
Used to think you were a smart short, lucifer, but your comment here is foolish, and makes you look like an amateur.
I have to agree. It is as if the Q team expects some absolute faith by shareholders - perhaps they need to deviate from standard operating procedure and give us some clear but sky.
That is, they had a plan in motion, but rushed it in response to one or more factors, one being what Zacks wrote. They are surviving by controlling PPS - if they lose control of PPS, they will tank big time.
How do you recognize the pattern? I can see level two on Fidelity, but don't understand enough. Not that I have the time to learn - and it may be that the explanation is based on years of experience, not just a quick "tell."
Also - they need a volatile price so they can short and cover, short and cover, thus making more money. Not to mention a bit of option money on the side.
Very rigged. We knew they had government contacts from last year. Would love to see QCOR find a way to out them. It can be done.
Hmmm -- could it be all out lies have been detected?