"You apologize that i "arrived at the wrong conclusions"
I give you a public/open sincere apology and you have difficulty even understanding or accepting that. You clearly have a predisposition of how you want to interpret anything/everything I say. Your choice.
What I posted: "I apologize that you've arrived at the wrong conclusions AS A RESULT" ... that I did not choose each and every word in my post as cautiously as you do - as specifically stated in the prior sentence.
"I don't think it is worth continuing this further as it is becoming a mountain out of a molehill and is of no value to the board. I've done my venting for better or worse."
Fine by me - I just wanted to clear up that I did not mean any condescension, no ill will, absolutely nothing negative towards you, simply that I do not believe there is more news coming. That's all.
I've said my piece, you can interpret it and anything else I post however you like.
I have to say, that I am completely dumbfounded as to how you've taken my post and arrived at an interpretation that is almost completely out of line from what was intended. There was absolutely no condescension implied nor intended. All I can come up with is that I did not choose each and every word in my post as cautiously as you do. You've read much, much, much more into my post than you should have. With all that, I apologize that you've arrived at the wrong conclusions as a result.
Notwithstanding, my evidence regarding my claim that the shares are overbought and have gotten ahead of themselves is not solely because of the new posters, but a number of technical indicators as well. You can see my post earlier in the day or the previous day how I told another poster he sold way too early. But, the technical indicators I watch went totally non-linear after that and to a point which indicates an overbought situation.
As far as you and chris being beyond question or "being taken to task" because of your seniority here - I'm sorry, that doesn't fly with me. You made a statement about how you feel, I made a statement that I didn't believe it was true - nothing more. If you don't like people questioning what you post, then either live with it or don't read it. I will say that chris has similarly exhibited this problem as someone else diagnosed it "wearing his heart on his sleeve". That's your problem, not mine. As for me being a new poster - not quite, as you can check that I've been posting here for the better part of 6 months or so.
I don't deny the outlook for the company is bright. Actually, not more than a couple weeks ago, chris was the one questioning "the viability as a going concern". All I am saying is that the stock has gone up too far too fast and there are a number of data points which suggest it and imply a pullback is coming - maybe not Monday, but one is coming.
Again, my apologies that you misinterpreted my prior post.
"I could be completely wrong, but this feels to me like more news is coming"
Look at all the new posters and the content of the posts they are making. The obvious answer is most probably the correct one. It's not because more news is coming.
That's quite a way to make your very first post on the board of a company you had never heard of 24 hours earlier - don't you think?
Thank you for providing further proof that the shares are currently overbought. There are a number of other reasons that is the case, and if I were a betting man, I'd say the shares are likely to pull back and settle in to the $1.10 to $1.15 range for the time being. Clearly you are the one who has something to learn if you have no idea why the shares are currently overbought.
Thursday's news was no different than Tuesday's, only that the pump and dump crew (which I see you are a card-carrying member) decided to move in. A couple of your brethren seem to have begun posting here as well.
As far as what I have to learn - my shares (all X0,000 of them) had a basis below $1/share and they were all sold within a penny or two of the high today. I'll be buying them back at a lower price when you and the other sheep decide to sell within the next week or two as the reality finally hits you.
Good luck - you're going to need it.
go away mastered - everyone knows you are the pump and dump king.
clearly you've missed the boat here and as I just mentioned - shares are currently overbought.
It's getting a bit overbought - up too much too quickly. I'd expect a bit of a pullback before going too much higher.
Good thing here - delisting issue is going to be history.
Of course it's good news. There will be plenty more coming from that contract too. Brown was very optimistic during the conference call that the sales pipeline looked good - better than in a long time. The government can have their sequester, budgets can be tight, but at some point they have to make purchases because they aren't going to do without.
Further, I am very confident that we are going to begin seeing more international sales - it's only a matter of time.
The company has cast a wide net, there's been time for having proposals out there, and the sales are going to come.
I'm confident you're going to see shares trading above your cost basis chris - just a bit more patience.
"by the way its red today and will close red.... im the man.."
wrong once again - seems you're becoming the douche.
you will never own this stock again.
he's simply lying, playing a game, making a lot of noise, trying to scare people.
a new reincarnation of him will show up with a different story, shouting similar things, and it will go on. there's one or two on every board.
remember SUMR? NLS? one would show up, make lots of noise how it's such a great short, then disappear as the facts took over and the shares moved higher. no different here.
and it's quite ironic that the person who claims to be shorting so much is the one who only wants to talk about facts- isn't it?
Y! shows $500k. You can probably go through the SEC filings to find the specifics. It is somewhat high, but not ridiculously high for a CEO. If more were paid as options, he would likely effectively need to be paid more as he'd have to be given lots of options at the current share price - since at the time of granting them they have no value. Then, at some point in the future if/when they'd be exercised it would cause greater dilution.
There's as much chance of that happening as you being short $518,000, or that you are selling a $45,000 car today to short more.
Give it a rest.
So you are saying you are already short $518,000 and are shorting another $45,000?
Oh yes, and you are selling your 2011 car for $45,000 today?
And then as you said, you are already up 10% on your short? Exactly how is that since the stock has not been down 10% from any price in the .60s since you began spewing your nonsense?
You are so full of bologna from many angles.
Cabillot buys 631 shares @ $1.90 on 6/5, 2150 @ $1.90 on 6/10, 4950 @ $1.90 on 6/11
Nick buys 631 shares @ $1.90 on 6/5, 2150 @ $1.90 on 6/10, 4950 @ $1.90 on 6/11
Farnam Street total = 308,561 shares
AO total = 674,943 shares
You will never own this stock again because you are unwilling to pay anything above low $9s.
You proved it yesterday.
Ignore him - he isn't short anything. Claims he is short "518K" whatever that means. Can you imagine - someone short $518,000 or 518,000 shares - he'd push the stock up to another new high all on his own trying to cover.
People are not shorting JSDA, they're playing games here having nothing better to do with their time.