I worked for a company where the CFO "resigned" (he was asked to leave because he could not count beans).
Under the new CFO, the company doubled in size in one year, profits improved greatly, and the company was sold for a handsome profit.
Sometimes the motivation for replacing a CFO is well founded.
Playing here is a serious gamble, big bet, big win, or big loss.
I own 15,000 shares.
Whatever happens won't break me, or make me, but it is enough to be important to me.
I like to listen to the serious investors here.
I get tired of the peanut players, like Chuck, but he has to do what he has to do.
IMHO, this has a reasonable chance of success, but it is a very serious bet.
Walk into The Big Casino, and take your chances.
That's what it's about, nothing more, nothing less.
You can listen to all the "experts" who think they have all the insights, but in the end, it's just another roll of the dice.
Or, to put it another way, a draw to an inside straight,but hey,life is just a poker game.
Then why, in the name of Elvis, are you here?
If you are afraid, then fold your cards and hit the door.
It's not a difficult game.
Hold, or fold, simple as that.
Thanks, we have an ideal situation for the silly "LITTLE" shorts.
The big guys are not playing now.
It's the peanut players.
Sadly, they can play with the price.
I hate it, but we need serious news to wipe them out.
They will get what they deserve in the end.
Count on it!!
Nah, the shorts nurse the price down with 100 share asks, then they buy to cover when the price is where they want it.
There are lots of good books out there on how to make money shorting.
They get the price up in the same manner when they want to sell short.
Nibble at the ask until it is high enough that they are comfortable selling, then start the process all over again, with a little help from their friends.
Hey, this is not a spelling bee.
Give the guy a break.