hahahaha the multiple ID trolls are hating on me. I just love it. I am so glad when they get their panties in a bunch for be called out.
Good call I am glad you were right and I was wrong, put me up over 83K for the day, good work keep up the going up juju.
Yea, there sure are a lot useless no life trolls on this board. Probably can't afford to by any real shares.
from your post to the markets ears but I think it will not happen a quickly as we would like.
that during this healthy consolidation we will see 570 before we get to 600. Buy the dips and ignore and flag for abuse the various osulin ID and the other syncopatic IDs that pander to the annoying, counter productive noise that bombards this MB with mostly useless garbage.
A recent survey of American teenagers showed that over 60 percent of surveyed teenagers owned an iPhone, making it the most popular smartphone brand for the age group.
The survey also revealed that 60 percent of teens owned a tablet, and of that group, 66 percent owned an iPad. Even the slim, white-colored Apple ear buds seem to be thriving in sales, beating Bose, Skullcandy, and Sony in popularity. They only come in second to the Beats headphones by Dr. Dre. Based on these statistics, it seems that Apple has managed to gain the devotion and loyalty of teenagers across America.
The survey was part of investment banker Piper Jaffray’s biannual Taking Stock with Teens report. According to the NY Daily News, this report polls teenagers on a multitude of subjects ranging from their fashion favorites to their choice of social networking apps. Answers were taken from 7,500 teenagers with an average age of 16.4 years. Results from the survey showed that only eight percent of teen spending goes toward gadgets and electronics. In this small percentage, Apple products seem to be the most popular brand purchase. The report revealed that 61 percent of teens currently own an iPhone. This has increased from 55 percent in spring of 2013. Sixty-seven percent of surveyed teens planned on buying an iPhone within the next six months. In the category of tablets, Piper Jaffray found that 60 percent of American teens already had a tablet, and of that group 66 percent had an Apple iPad. In the group of teenagers who did not own a tablet, 66 admitted that they would like to buy an iPad.
A pullback and healthy consolidation before the next leg up to divy and spilt and wwdc2014. Keep buying the dips.
#$%$ are talking about? Thinly traded? With daily volume average of over 16M you don't have a clue. Maybe it's time to back get to your next high school class.
You are irrational, if have a lot of $ in gild and you are in the red, why are you a strong sell? You don't make sense, therefore no credibility to your posts.
dumb&stoned1611, You are so desperate holding that short baggie that you hoping that Putin is going to push gild 25%-30% down, step away from the bong, you sound very pathetic.
20,000 570C were not bought on Friday for a $1
As usually you are posting phony dishonest info
The facts are:
May 2 570c Volume 7454 Last 6.69
May 9 570c Volume 850 Last 8.50
Why do you lie?