No, I'm sorry, but it is a proven fact that you have been posting here with multiple ids.
Of course you posted wildly trying to scare people into selling. I really don't care what the high of the year is. However, just as you have your OPINION that 14.01 will be the high for the year, it is MY OPINION that you are wrong and we will see highs above that. Don't claim that I am wrong, because there is still more than half of 2013 remaining.
You provide nothing new, just keep posting the same thing over, and over, and over.
I'm sorry that you are so wimpy and didn't have the nerves to buy when you had the opportunity below $9. You won't be buying again, though I'm sure you'll hang around to continue posting as you have been. Keep it up, and you'll be claiming one of the cranberryboy ids.
Don't worry, be happy :-)
It is too funny.
JSDA JONES SODA CO
40,000.000 $0.622 $0.047 $24,880.00 $1,880.00 8.17% $11,290.00 83.08% $0.34 $13,590.00
If that's the definition of a baggy, then I'm happy to be one.
"I made a profit shorting PSUN that last time, ... and I happen to be looking at shorting the stock again in here (although I haven't yet)."
OH PLEASE! You made a miniscule 17 cent profit, you got lucky on the dip after the earnings announcement and it was nothing more, so don't try to make it out to be anything more. The stock went on a two month move higher from the moment you made your post there. Anyone looking at the chart can see it. As far as re-shorting - couldn't care less. Your previous prognosis was completely wrong as the current stock price indicates.
Oh wait - is it possible that my claiming HTCH is overpriced could be for the same reasons you claim PSUN is overpriced...."I THINK the run up in the stock is way overdone, the fundamentals are (while modestly improving) still poor,"?
You may want to check what the dictionary says on the page for "hypocrite".
Buhr bought 2000 shares at $5.87/share on Thursday.
These insiders are giving everyone a heads-up - the stock price is not going to stay at this level forever...it's heading higher. The shares are up 10% this month and insiders are still buying.
If you see shares available under $5.75 - grab them, it's a gift.
All I am saying is to pull up the Historical Price page, go down the list and draw a line for when the SA article came out. What was average daily volume for the past few months below the line? And above? A picture is worth a thousand words.
Did the SA article contain any new or unknown information which the company had not already provided? I doubt it.
If the stock goes back down to $3 I wouldn't be buying - because the director purchases do not excite me, nor does anything the company has said/done. That's just me. If it continues to go up from here, that's wonderful - I have some buddies in the stock who have posted on this thread who will be making money and I would be extremely happy for them.
Listen buddy - I have no bone with you or this stock, just calling it as I see it. If you have a problem with that, then I'm very sorry for you. I don't short anything.
The stock did not move until the SA article came out - plain and simple. This move over the week or so since that article is just fast money piling on. Go look at the daily volume before the article and since - I'm very certain that even you can see it.
If you've made money on this move, that's wonderful - I'm very happy for every investor that pulls profits out of the market. However, I wouldn't be getting all high and mighty and holier than thou because you only have to verify a few pieces of evidence to see what's taken place.
I wish you continued good luck with this.
1. If you go look at the SEC Form 4 filings (all of them) you'll see that Nick's purchases are AO Partners. Cabillot is for Farnam Street Partners. The total number of shares held by Farnam Street is somewhat less than half of AO Partners. AO is at about 646,000 shares, while Farnam Street has about 280,000 shares. I still haven't found how to get copies of the 10b5-1 trading plans, but I haven't given up yet either.
2. It's really not a "price drop", it's a calculated part of their grand plan, whatever that might be. My guess says that they're trying to get people to hold their shares, but if people really want to unload, they'll take them at some set price. Make that price low enough, and folks will think twice before throwing in the towel and giving them up. If they do still want to give them up, they'll take them more cheaply. If nobody is trading, I see the bid/ask at $1.90 x $1.99. If people want to buy or sell, I see them throwing a bid up at $1.91 or an ask at $1.95 - $1.98. But none of the asks are getting hit. The bids at $1.91 are eventually getting filled - at some point people just want out and will sell at the market.
"Despite the drop in price I feel very confident thanks to the insider purchases."
Agreed - but it goes well beyond that. It's insiders/directors who are not only willing to put up their own money, but they are willing to work/participate to get the right outcome.
Within the next 6 months we're going to begin seeing new contract announcements and then things are going to get real interesting as it will become more apparent that the plan is working and things have turned the corner.
This will be a big winner for us down the road.
hadn't even checked.
what goes around comes around - couldn't have happened to a nicer guy! and right after they just floated all that new debt! took 'em all to the cleaners.
thanks - I'll have to check it out!
"I would not be surprised at all if we get an announcement from management that the mine has regained access and is set to reopen and that such an announcement comes much sooner than eight weeks perhaps even as soon as a month from today. "
I think that is as good as wishing upon a star - you're fooling yourself big time if you actually believe that.
"If access can be safely re-established, mining operations into the A and C Beds could possibly resume in the fourth quarter of this year. In the event that access through the "D Drive" into the Lower Quartzite haulage route is not possible, the Company is currently evaluating alternative development plans in order to access established mining reserves in the A, C and I Bed mining areas. "
So far, when Shanahan has given any guess as to when operations might resume it's just turned out to be a delay tactic kicking the can down the road. I don't doubt for one moment that the guy is doing his best and managing expectations appropriately. However, anyone who reads the transcript from the last call and particularly the Q&A (see Jessica Pendal's final question and Shanahan's response) not even two weeks ago, and then reads the press release yesterday has to be asking himself "What did Shanahan know and when"? I'd guess by the way he answered the question on the call, he may have already known the situation, but they simply had not decided what they would be doing in response. That's just my gut feel.
In any case, I personally feel quite confident in posting my belief that there will be no mining during 2013. The question at this point is how long the cash will last, and what will be the path chosen for raising more money and at what time will that occur?
I feel sorry for all the weak hands that were scared into selling by the lies and nonsense posted here by jk with his 5 aliases along with all those who were nothing more than short-term traders who bet wrong in the past.
Hopefully a bunch of you idiots shorted lots of shares below $9.
Better start pulling out all your ids and get to work - the stock is clearly not doing what you said - so that means you were wrong this time.
It's just the first of many times you'll be wrong about the stock/company the remainder of the year.
Not necessarily to "encourage" a pump and dump, but to provide the (my word) "illusion" that the stock should be fairly valued at his purchase price. Also, as we both know, a measely 1000 share purchase for less than $5500 hardly shows a high level of conviction on his part.
longtimefollower • Mar 21, 2013 10:01 AM Flag
Shorted at $2.25 at the opening.
The guidance was poor. Aren't the new lines supposed to gussy up results? Blaming the weather is just not good enough. They are still going to lose a lot of money this year. Even if they, say, reduce the loss by another 1/3 this year, that's not good enough. Besides, I'm not convinced they will. The CEO seems to be going out of his way to sound as cautious, and uninspired, as possible.
We may not go below $2, but then again, it could retrace all the way to $1.60 or so
Thanks buddy - will look closer.
I wasn't impressed with the "profit" posted this past quarter as it was entirely from the gain on debt extinguishment. I also see revenues still contracting.
Anyhow, will make note of it and keep it on the radar for when the expected pullback comes.
Couldn't care less about ltf. Just thought it was interesting that he was here and passing judgement on everyone and has the nerve to analyze smaycs4 or anyone else considering his own spotty history on investing/advice.
As smaycs4 can attest, I follow insider transactions, so the purchases by Russomanno hit my screen and I investigated. It's not very difficult to see what's taking place here - you do a good job confirming it.
You'll learn the hard way, but it will be memorable which is what's important.