Its documented here dipweed. Before, during and after. Everything verifiable. But idiots like you still don't comprehend and that's exactly why the US has gone so quickly from the greatest country in the world, to a complete joke of idiots just like you. So pull your head out and get a clue. :-)
Must disagree with anyone holding here who accumulated during those years under a buck, simply because I was one of them. :) (if Yahoo keeps threads that long, you can verify my history here). I accumulated at a .28 average and sold out in May 2013 after it went over $5. Cleared just over $4 million in that trade. :) I still continue to trade F&F because its the best and most predictable stock I have found. The only long term stock I still own is GE, because I picked up a boatload during the crash @$6 and hold it for the divy.
I know the real truth regarding F&F and how and why the government took control. That part should be very obvious to anyone at this point. But the government did in fact do it all "illegally" at least under false pretenses. So at some point it should get released, but that may still be a long way off, because as we see, this is a cash cow for the bankrupt government. They will continue to put up a fight, because its a lot of money to line their pockets and keep the government in "control"...at least for now.
GLTA Longs! :)
I am brand new to this company and read the "profile", but it gives limited info. Anyone know this stock/company really well? How many products does it have and its success in the past? Seems strange they dump this much over one product (unless its the only one they have going right now) I see they are located in San Diego, which I can see downtown SD from my house. So if I need to contact them, I could go in person.
Dang! I should have bought more! Got 15K shares at $6.26 and running a trailing stop now. Only $15K today for sure. :-P
Ahhh, looks like the bashers are loving the thumbs down. LOL I just found out some very interesting news and may be released as soon as Friday (could be after hours). If true, next week will get very interesting. :- )
I'm hoping for the long side, but be realistic..take a look at the AMD chart. Best case scenario is $3.50 to maybe $4 if "everything" goes right. This has not been a $8-$10 stock in many years.
In the last 5 trading days there has been almost 170 million shares traded .. that's a lot for any boat. I have only been trading since the 2008 crash and have seen a lot of things...but never this. Look at the chart pattern. I manipulated staircase down. Huge volume, yet "controlled", was about 5% per day (ballpark). I've seen many tank but never "controlled" like this with such huge volume.
I have been researching all this and still hard to find any viable answers. And with now a word from AMD, I'm clueless on this one. I read where Qualcomm lost Samsung, so a possible interest by Samsung sounded reasonable, but then seen Samsung is using its own foundries and even going to let Qualcomm use their foundry for Qualcomms next generation of chips.
Does anyone have any other info that can shed some light on this one? I have been searching and searching for some legit answers, but nothing yet.
And please, no pumper of basher bs .. there is way too much of that here already. Just actual FACTS (with some links if possible).
This is becoming a very interesting play.
What the hell does Greece have to do with this? I'm looking at over sold conditions here and wondering about the strange tiered pattern the last couple of days. Will see what happens tomorrow.
When did you put your order in? And what broker? I tried both my Scottrade and Tradeking accounts, was waiting forever and could not fill, so I bumped up to $2.36 and filled there (actually got 2.355 on the Tradeking fill), total 20K shares.
Glad to see someone else who knows stock patterns. I only jumped in yesterday due to the crash and volume, made 10%+ twice yesterday. Was hoping for more action today, but watched it open with very little volume and movement. So your assessment will be correct. The only hope for more movement is from the scheduled call on Thurs. Might see a little action then depending on the news, but not holding my breath here.
FYI, keep an I on AMD. It's in the buying zone right now for a decent 2H bounce back up around $3. Its a much slower mover than most of the stocks I play, but pretty dependable on the prices. Will see if it continues its slow dip downward. But again, decent price right now if you want decent gains by the end of the year. A good 20%+ play over the next 6 months or so.
LOL, unlike you, I don;t sit in my mama's basement playing video game and having to watch porn on the internet because no one wants to play with you. LOL Have your mama bring you down another tv dinner, maybe that will make you feel "special" LOL Of course I spend a lot of time on computers..it's called having a "JOB". :-) Not so much a job for me anymore, but I continue in the field these days, so am on the computer a "lot" as you say. Just admit it, you have no life, no one wants to be around you and that's the only reason you are on the internet. :-) LOL
Yeh, I did. And read my thread history..you'll see everything BEFORE it happened. Not only here, but in several stocks I know and still play. Luckily $100K now these days is not that big of a stretch. But yes, this is very risky and is why I only went with $100K. Look at my F&F history. I still play them to this day (sitting sideline atm). You want a good tip for a decent longer term stock that is safe, try AMD at the current level. It will be above $3 easily by the holidays..and I'll bet you on that. This stock I know nothing about, nor do I care to. I will simply play it for what it is (or was). We are here for one thing..to make money..right?? I happen to do that..so get over it. :-)
LOL..well I can prove mine. But I guess that's why you're here? I started here and rarely post anymore...you should be able to tell that from my thread history. People like you are simply jealous, because you have no life, spend your time ranting and hating online...you are the new America! LOL I work in the computer field, so this is just a hobby for me..what's your pathetic excuse? :-) LOL
Absolutely agree its risky, no doubt there. I had to watch it for the first hour or so to see any pattern. Then I first jumped in @$2.50 because it weas striding hard back up to $2.80 range, then right back down again. That's how I was able to play it twice and got the hell out before close. No way you want to be holding one like this overnight. Not sure if they even still have it listed, but take a look back at DRL over the last year to year and a half (they finally went bk). Small cap stock with extreme volatility. It could run 20% on BOTH sides in a single day. But with the risk comes great reward! I have only lost one one stock since I started playing back when the crash happened. I remember it well, it was NT (Nortel). I knew they werre in trouble, but they had 2.3 BILLION dollars CASH on hand and only about $180K payment due in the next 18 months. So I jumped in at .40 hoping for a quick 10%. Two or three days later they filed bk and I had to sell for .085. Ouch! LOL But that's why I know its an extremely manipulated market. Heck., they even sold the NYSE a few years back. So learn the "game", because that is exactly what it is. Then you make the money, because that is why we are here. :-)
They call it "day trading" for a reason. I cleared $20K, I am sitting sideline right now, hoping for more tomorrow. If not, no big deal, lots of other stocks out there. But today here was a great day, which are rare in a flat market. I don't care what the company does in 6 months. I play volatility, because that's where the real money is. I only hold one stock long term and that's GE which I picked up a boatload @$6 during the crash and hold it for the divy. I trade everything else, typically very short term maybe a few days to a couple of weeks, because I know certain stock's patterns (some term it as channel trading) I heard years ago, and I think it was Buffet who made the statement, "Never fall in love with a stock". We are here for one reason, to make money. That is how I do it. My goal is 10%+ a week. Sometimes it has taken longer, other times I can make it in a day or less. I started out with $5K in my Scottrade account in 2008 and made 62% on my first trade in 2 days. When the market went super flat, I accumulated FNMA at an average of .28 and sold in May 2013 and cleared just over $4 mil in that strategy alone. I play the market now for fun and a challenge ... beating them at their own game. :-)
"Straight lined"??? No. It crashed, but then with lots of volume, it was a great day trader stock! I made two plays on it and jot 10%+ TWICE today. I don;t know anything about the stock, except did check to make sure they were in no spot for bk. I read they have enough capital to run through 2016, so I played it.
Learn how to "trade" stocks, you make a lot more money and a lot faster. The market is 99% manipulation, this one just got some bad news and tanked. Bio-tech stocks are one of the worst, that is why I very rarely play them.
Learn the "game" (because that is exactly what it is after the 2008 crash) and you can make a lot of money.
My usual stocks are flat, but seen APME on the line, so decided to ride this wave. Hit TWO 10%+ gains day trading here! I sure hope it plays again tomorrow! $20K on a Monday is a great day!
GLTA Longs (I never short a stock)