Note to self: when companies do a secondary, sell and buy back later (does anyone have any counterexamples where that *doesn't* work?)
The market is insane to add 15% to 20% to the market cap of a company just because one director bought some shares.
It's nice that someone bought shares, but I see that as more of an explanation for why the price doesn't drop *more* than why the price should go up a lot...
Not enough growth.
Well it can be said with certainty that if he continues to bumble, there won't be much of a company to bumble over. The Board of Directors should do something, in that case.
the high estimate is -0.45, the low is -0.62, and the mean is -0.55 on marketwatch
burn rate and sales of anything but cosmetics are probably the most important topics... if they just announce a bunch of one-time losses and give no insight into whether they're on track to sell major amounts of anything but Algenist... it will probably break new lows right away.
one of the best days in the past 14 years (for me)
thanks to those who do their best to keep this an informative board.
Things I want for my house (some day): OLED lighting, an OLED equipped laptop, and a big OLED TV (but first I gotta make some money in this stock so I can buy a house...)
or if they get Sony/Panasonic in the TV business...
I would also like to be able to buy an OLED equipped laptop...