.....and I have my entire retirement tied up in Fannie. I'm waiting until I can get out without losing anything.
So my question is ...... Does anyone on this board have a room to rent ........ cheap.
I've been waiting for quite awhile but I am very patient.
I'm waiting for Fannie to drop to about.25/share. I will then load up and wait for a run up and unload for a big gain.
Fannie is not worth .25/share but it will still stay alive at about that price. And it will only take any bit of seemingly good news, real or made up, and a lot of fools will jump in to double or triple the price.
In the meantime Fannie is like a dead fish laying on the beach, bloating in the sun. Not a pretty sight.
Tfitz., good catch. When I wrote that I wondered if anyone would catch it. Lincoln was a great president and a superb writer. So if I'm going to plagiarize someone I might as well pick him.
C'mon smalls , make some sense. You say there is significant selling on the Ask. Average 10 day daily volume is only about 109 k. That's only about $20 k dollar volume. Buying must pick up to push up the price.
I think there is some accumulation by a few buyers who are very patient and refuse to bid up for shares. We need more buyers to create some " urgency " and move the Bid up.
Stocks are sold for many reasons, and many of the reasons are unrelated to the stock or its underlying fundamentals. Some need the money for something els,others are speculators who rarely hold for the long haul, etc.
As Vaso starts to move up it will entice others to sell because they see a chance to get out at an acceptable price.That's what makes up Resistance. It will take volume to overcome Resistance at each level. But the Resistance becomes weaker as the stock moves higher.
If vaso continues to perform the next year or two or three could be very interesting. If you can't wait, sell. The world will little note nor long remember if you do. People buy and sell everyday. That's what makes a market. But holding and whining is just stupid. Do you also bang your head against a brick wall because it feels good it doesn't hurt as much as sticking your fingers in your eyes?
Wow, that's the issue of the day. Now I don't want to muddy the waters but what if the dozen is a bakers dozen. Personally I think " lebenty leben " makes sense. When I was a kid we used that number as a good guess. Or maybe " Scatty eight ".
Now more seriously ( or maybe less seriously ) we just saw a reaaly good quarter and indications that the next quarter will also be good. So what else do we need to get the stock price moving up?
I still say the stock goes are against Vaso and will not let it move up until boocamp sells every last one of his shares.
I somewhat agree with your post. The key phrase is " if the current quarterly earnings can be sustained ". Also there is still some information needed to more fully analyze the report. I do think your projections are a bit optimistic but definitely possible.
So now we wait to see if the CC adds to the picturesque . It probably won't add much because Vaso management is extremely cautious about making forward looking statements , a policy which I agree with.
But, all in all, a very positive report. And even better than I had hoped.
tfitz, thanks for your posts about the various support of eecp from medical professionals. As you state in one of your posts, Dr Ma and VASO know about these sites.
I believe there may be more going on at VASO concerning eecp than they can make public. Just a guess on my part. But I don't think VASO has given up on eecp.
However management is in a delicate position. They must be careful about making forward looking statements so they say very little about what they think prospects are for eecp.
Other aspects of the business are doing well and will eventually produce profits. But it may take time. Every new product and, especially, an acquisition may take time to realize the full benefits.
So far the market has not recognized the positive developments at VASO. But that will come and when it does come it could be very big.
Obviously VASO is a high risk/high reward stock. It is not for the faint of heart or impatient whiners.
I understand your point in saying the revenues do not support the personnel devoted to it. But they may see revenues growing enough to rationalize their personnel and other costs dedicated to eecp. I don't know that is so but Eecp, if ever accepted into mainstream medicine, could be an explosive revenue producer.
I still think GEHC has more interest in Vaso than as a VAR. just speculation on my part, I have NO inside info. But their contract with Vaso make little sense to me otherwise. That contract literally save Vaso as an operating company imo.
That's what I thought you meant. But I'm not so sure they've given up on eecp. As you said they " hold things tight to the vest ".
The flurry of action that trade near 300k shares was nothing more than " accumulators " taking out a series of stop loss orders that built up after the recent small runnup to .20
Traders buy and set stop loss orders to limit their loss or lock in gains. However it is really difficult to use stop loss orders for a thinly traded, low cost stock such as vaso.
So when traders bought vaso on the upswing they followed with stop loss orders on the way up. After a number of stop loss orders build up for a stock like vaso those accumulating the stock will sell enough to force the price down to the first stop loss order. This stop loss order immediately becomes a market order and the sellers only get the market price which many times, for a stck like vaso, is lower than the stop priice. This forces the market price lower often triggering another stop loss sell and on and on until the stop loss orders are played out. It creates a cascading effect.
After the selling plays out the price usually recovers, at least somewhat. All of this has nothing to do with fundamentals. A side effect is that it " shakes the tree " meaning some nervous longs panic and join the selling which plays right into the hands of the accumulators.
So the litlle stop loss game is over and we go back to waiting to see how the company performs,
Btw Admit it. Reseller is right. Vaso is and has been under accumulation and has been for a long time. Those accumulating are NOT interested in seeing the price rise while they are accumulating. They want to buy as cheap as possible.
Now the one thing that will REALLY drive the price to much higher levels is for bocamp and smalls to sell every last one the their shares. The " stock gods " would immediately ordain that a higher price is in order for vaso.
slip,if you want to get out of vaso, it is probably easier than you make out. Just put 100k on the market at .19 Ask and see what happens. I bet it will go within one or two trading days if not sooner. My guess is there is much more demand for vaso stock than is indicated by the current orders.
Reseller, you may well be right. We will have to wait and see. But I have thought from day one of the agreement with GEHC that here is more to it than is obvious.
Maybe GEHC thinks eecp has a lot of potential and wants vaso to survive long enough to see if it can be viable. The agreement would be a low cost ( or no cost ) way of having a stake in eecp. I would not be surprised if some time in the future GE buys vaso. But I think it may be a ways off.
Mclain.gerard, i don't understand your post. Could you describe how the MMs are front running with vaso?
My understanding is that front running is a type of insider trading. By that I mean the front runners have early info about a company or investor planning a large buy and, then , putting in an order to capitalize on the rise in price they see coming.
Could you describe the sequence of orders when a MM does what you suggest?