Yeah. What's not to like?
Picked up more shares Tues when ARIA dipped. A no brainer.
Sort of, "Damned if you do, damned if you don't.", reilly.
But, as we know, any prices around here will look like a bargain soon -- definitely within 3 to 6 months.
Well said, jj. Very good board, indeed. Thanks to all the posters mentioned in both Reilly's and your posts, as well as to owl. (keep preening those feathers, owl. we're going to fly to new heights in 2015!)
I've got those clowns on "ignore" so I don't care what lies they come up with.
Magic, momoney. Pure magic.
Seriously, here's reilly take on it in response to my post in the "Ouch! Sorry shorts" thread:
It's real, Profit. It looks to me like somebody sold a lot of naked calls and had to buy them to cover when they knew they were about to be exercised. Somebody flooded the market with buy orders in the last 30 minutes to get it above 7, and then panic set in for the shorts and the short options. It's fun to see the creeps getting screwed by manipulation for a change. lol
So, as good a possible explanation as any.
Last Friday close = 6.35. This Friday's close = 7.24 That's a 14% increase in a week. I'm for more weeks like that.
P.S. I was going to be a good boy tonight, but plans changed around 4...
Sweet, reilly! Agree. To hell with shorts and bashers! Some of them got what they deserved. Let's see the rest of them get it next week!
I'm with TD Ameritrade. 7.24 shows as the closing price. Also shows on my "Trade" screen in my Trade Architect.
Guess its good.
per a USA Today story in yesterday's paper:
"Will American commercial airlines be able to offer more flights to Cuba?
For now, some U.S. airlines such as JetBlue Airways fly charter flights to Cuba.
"We recognize the potential demand for more travel options among people who need to travel between the U.S and Cuba," JetBlue said in an email. "We would be interested in further expanding the successful charter program we've operated into Cuba over the last three years."
But most other airlines say it is just too soon to tell what they will or won't be able to do.
"We're aware of today's announcements but it's too soon to determine if or how they will impact our service footprint," said Southwest Airlines in a statement."
So they're "interested in further expanding", but that's all for now.
Thanks, rappynet! for the series of posts to dispel any notion of doubt about ONVO's superiority over all other lesser liver products. It's nice to have someone knowledgeable about the process on the board.
You and all the PA/Jersey guys/gals on this board almost make me wish I was from that area... well, that's not true. Got caught up the moment... lol