Shares in Pengrowth Energy Corp. gained 1.78% on Monday, finishing the day at $6.28 after oscillating between $6.15 and $6.29 during the trading session. A total of 1.52 million shares were traded, which is above the daily average volume of 1.39 million. The company's shares have gained 8.28% in the previous three months, outperforming the S&P 500, which has gained 4.58% during the same period. Additionally, Pengrowth Energy Corp.'s stock is trading above its 200-day moving average of $5.55.
You can't affect GOD ... just just did something that characterizes humans ... you did something because you did not know the future ...
Put your shares away and go play golf, or kick the dog!
Your posts are pointless, full of hot air, and meaningless ~
Post some FACTS, not your stupid opinions about "how great it's going to be".
WE don't want to hear your long term views ... they have been WRONG for years!
Like I said, go kick the dog or something ... Your posts are pointless, full of hot air, and meaningless ~
This post is NOT a contribution ...
"EXACTLY.. he spends more time on here than anyone and contributes nothing except for ridiculous baseless bashing and disruption."
With a stock like this with questionable financials and management, you need to go underground for almost all discussions/analysis of the stock. This means messageboards such as the Yahoo! (YHOO) boards, InvestorsHub, and the like. Here is a very simple trick that you should use to know when to sell/short the name: whenever the "pumpers" are out in full force, they usually show up when the stock is on the upswing. Why? Because these are generally low float names that could easily be moved by retail investors, and when the stock is up, the "pumpers" are actually selling shares to you! That's right, they want to keep people buying and buying so that they can hit the "sell" button without attracting too much attention.
Experienced pumpers & dumpers generally don't want to attract attention by, say, selling a block of 1,000,000 shares in one order, so they will cleverly sell in many small-ish blocks in order to avoid suspicion. You need plenty of retail buyers putting their "gambling" money on this stock to successfully sell a huge batch of shares into strength for a stock like this, and the pumpers succeed gloriously.
Of course, once they're done selling (or likely going short), they will either quietly disappear, or they will reappear as "bashers" after they have taken short positions. Yes, your former "pumping" friends are now hiding behind different aliases bashing - the guys and gals who run these pump & dump schemes know that there is always money to be made from both sides of the trade.
What cash flow?
The 2013 revenue was $545,469, and $409,414 was GRANT Revenue (essentially NO SALES). What happens when grant revenue dries up?
If you have $7 million in cash and you you lose $15 million, how many months can you operate?
Stellar is trading at $1.71 so far today ...
If you are following twoblackcats signal, you'd know what to do ... HOLD your shares!
Are YOU gay, too! I love it when you talk dirty!
I'd really like to meet you ... Do you live anywhere near the Bronx?
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I can't stand to watch anymore ... CLNE will bleed to death!