also all the fiscal year-end shenanigans by the fundies will be over by Oct. 31 (window-dressing, profit-taking-lots of cross currents), I can wait to add another week to 10 days after the earnings release. just a timing move, long term trend looks very good.
hope so, but why is every move up being sold off intraday? I'd wait until after that September EPS report is out, but yes I would add, just a matter of timing. think the report will be lackluster and give us a little wiggle lower.
If they do not get what they want, I'd expect them to dump the stock. Stock has become a speculative "hold at your own risk" proposition w/just about equal upside and downside.
think the better question to ask is: "Does Helix technology change the way that cars are made, the way in which they are put together"? Well, probably more than just cars, but for now let's stick to cars
I'm 80-90% full position anyway, so if it pulled back in, i'd be ok and add a bit, but if it doesn't and goes straight to the moon first, id be ok w/ that too.
id feel a heck of alot better about it if the guy two above this line wasn't so wedded to it. I do think it has potential as a $45-$50 stock, but think it will take 2-3 years to get there, unless it gets taken over sooner.
thinking there must be over one million shares for sale in a company w/only 3 million outstanding, the overhead supply just never ends.
looks to be a little "played out" near term. Fundies locking in year-end profits. Great long term idea still waiting on more guidance or contract news.
btw, a real accolade that GM chose the technology for their new Corvette.
one question. if Helix proves out positively w/the auto industry, will current BOD and management grow the company themselves 2-3 years out (using decent amount of cash on balance sheet and free cash flow and possible offering proceeds of say 1.0 to 1.5 million shares hypotethically at $35-40per share) ? Or will a deep pocketed buyer come in any just take them out and expand quickly into shipping, airlines, railcars, etc.? Consider age of management and BOD and legacy issues in your thoughts.TIA.
but yeah, it only lasted a minute or two before someone closed the inefficient pricing gap. happens a lot w/post split stocks (either reverse or the other way), but quick day traders and algorithms sniff them out pretty quickly---less so on the small micro low floaters that are not well followed. The other opportunity (coming up shortly) is buying severely beaten down stocks that are toss loss sale candidates before year end--sometimes on the last day of trading. Always keep a shopping list and a little powder dry waiting for that. just for some fun trading around core positions. it's that or fantasy football.
under $0.60 adj. Maybe the lower liquidity will help long term , but near term it has created a decent bargain below $3.00. I'd accumulate under $3.00.
congrats, nice return. I think you have to ask yourself why those 3 specific directors have been identified for removal. Is it so FA can put 3 of their own in their place at some point? Is it because they felt those 3 were not adding much to the company in terms of their type of expertise and energy level? Or is it because those three are standing in the way of some specific agenda FA is trying to implement? None of those reasons is mutually exclusive IMO. Pending some possible change of control, I believe the CEO had his parachute expanded a couple years back. Maybe the handwriting has been on the wall for a long time, who knows?