I don't day trade. In the near-term, as I said, I think the chances a good that PLUG will see choppy trading with a downward pressure for awhile. Maybe today, maybe next week.
I'll keep PLUG on my watch list though.
I'm with Ameritrade. On their Trade Architect this morning is 3 postings: 1. About the 3.9M common share offering at $5.74, 2. Cowen downgrade to $7.50, and 3. Roth Capital downgrade to $8.00.
Not exactly a ringing endorsement of their near-term chances, imo. I'll look elsewhere for long opportunities in coming days/weeks until PLUG settles. GL
Small world, neighbor!
I see the doctor is a Cardinals fan. Hope the Reds sweep them in the opening series. he, he, he...
Actually, the way spring training has gone, the Reds might get swept... ouch!
Ha! Go Reds, indeed!
Reds have struggled in Spring Training. Hope that doesn't carry through to the regular season. Looking forward to getting under way.
Are you a Reds fan, glh?
I just reported you, pxlw_just_upgraded. Evdidently, you are clogging up the board with your nonsense, and, since I've got you on "ignore", 95% of the first message board page is blocked.
Go away, pest!
the rest are blocked. What? 15 or so.
Idiots are working overtime...
meiful: " In regards to buying PXLW shares, that final detail can wait in my opinion, especially at this low of a market cap."
"can wait"... are you suggesting don't buy until the pps is higher? I agree with everything else in your post. But, to me, this doesn't make sense.
I am currently out of S -- have been since last. But I like Son. Very smart, savvy guy who takes calculated chances. Not a shoot-from-the-hip kind of guy like Charlie Ergen.
If he retains his interest in Alibaba, that would provide a revenue stream that he could use as he saw fit. I like that option too, come to think of it.
Might establish a new position in 2014. Will definitely keep S on my watch list.
I noticed a story today, that Alibaba was thinking of listing with NYSE. If Son still has his stake in it, maybe he will cash out to finance Sprints build out and/or T-M bid.
it: just so long as you don't post your "short list" on a short post.
If you do want to begin a list, just start a new thread listing the offenders ID's.
I agree, carrollscove. Whether it be hillbilly_hellboy or any short or irritating poster, for God! sake!, don't respond to him/her, just put them on "ignore"
The offending posters will drop off soon enough if all/most longs do this.
Much to my shame, he was the mayor of my wonderful city, Cincinnati, back in the 70's.
We've been on a downward slide ever since. I've since moved to a "satellite" city within the Cincy-city boundaries.
Oh... yeah. You were talking about PXLW. Weren't you, porchoggie. Sorry, I got off-subject...........
I've seen very few (if any) short jabs since that time. (They may be posting, but, if they are, I've got them on "ignore" anyway.)
As a long poster tentatively suggests in the "please" thread, just post a "reply" to a short's attack by starting another thread. I think that this is a BETTER way of approaching the problem than responding to the short DIRECTLY.
But why respond to the short AT ALL if you're a long?
In a perfect world, longs should post relevant and factual information about that company (or items of some relevance to said company) as possible. Longs should never respond to an obvious short. No matter how tempting.
Now, this (last time I checked anyway), is not a perfect world, and my plea will go unheeded rather quickly. But, while it lasted, it was a thing of beauty. GL
Best to put them on "ignore", and let them sink to the bottom of the page. They'll talk to themselves for a time, then get bored by longs not responding that they might even leave the board.
Wouldn't that be great?
You might say, "I respond to them because new longs have to know who the short posters on the board are." I say to that... believe me... they'll figure it out soon enough. Sort of like cream... quality posts by longs rise to the top. Posts by shorts are like milk, they'll sink to the bottom where they belong.