$6 used to be the Cut-Off point.... where the Puppets would characterize themselves as "Long-Term investors" when it was below and falsely claimed they were "unconcerned about the pps", but when it rose above $6 they were Euphorically Giddy "I'mma Gonna Bee Reeech!" hourly pps trackers!
the only difference between then and now is that $3 has become the new cut-off point...
****Pumpers appear to be Constitutionally Unable to be Honest with Themselves and Others...and Completely incapable of Openly recognizing their Blunders...****
I predicted that the last time the pps rose above $3 the Puppets would come out in force..and Lo n Behold! they did ...even Declaring the pps would NEVER AGAIN go below $3 but was, in fact, headed for $4...
i then predicted the pps would sink once again below $3 at which point the pumpers would once again vanish...and guess what? Shang was right again! on both scores!
hey nialls - you're not among the posters i disparage. the "PumpkinHead" moniker is reserved for the imbeciles who were not only Pumping this penny stock like there was no tomorrow, but who were also Comically arrogant about doing so and disparaged anyone who put forth a reasoned opposing viewpoint....
and, as a consequence of their greedy ignorance and petty animosities, are holding grossly overpriced shares...
you're actually one of the nice posters on the board whom i wish well.
hey cottage - when the pps was at $9 you were characterizing its prospects like a "snowball rolling down a hill"...and here's what you posted when the pps was $6...(see below)...including your line about "never" seeing $6 again...yikes!
looks to me like you've had a LONG-standing "interest" in the price per share...no?
***TRUTH IN ADVERTISING*** brought to you by SHANG!
i expect you'll be deleting ur post above to try to conceal the hypocrisy of ur comments...haha
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BUY ON THE DIPS!
by cottagedesigner • Sep 13, 2014 3:13 PM Flag
There are very few companies that start out small, like APDN has done, that don’t need
infusions of money to stay afloat until profitability. This company has done it with little
to no long term debt, and with only a small amount of dilution. Most investors expect
some debt and dilution until a company can stay in business long enough to increase
profitability and there-by increase the pps. This is the point in which we find APDN
today – getting ready to cross that threshold. So all I have to say to all of you out there
is to hold on, buy on the dips, because soon you’ll never see 10 cents again. Less
Sentiment: Strong Buy
hey panam - well, for the last couple of years the safe bet has been to assume that rallies wouldn't be sustained and the pps c/d always go lower...
everyone's waiting for hayward to pull a hat out of the rabbit....until then it looks like 2's and 3's, barring any bad news, which probably c/d send it to the 1's....i still suspect apdn's future lies in being a somewhat profitable niche player or one that's bot out...it's all just a roll of the dice w/ this one!..gl!
nope...total roll of the dice...seems to me that no news results in the pps moving lower and some decent news causes it to get back into the $3 range..virtually no visibility on the biz front so everything's spec w/ this co. gl
why are the Pumpers always So Surly?
suggest you get more sleep, buy fewer peeny weeny stocks, enroll in anger mgt, and for goodness sake, LISTEN 2 SHANG!
also remember 2Vote4 Hillary!
so who will be buying the kits and under what circumstances? i don't see this as being a large driver of revenues, but maybe someone has a more positive take?
apparently they believe everyone in the world needs one EXCEPT for them...
so interesting how NONE of the "believers" will comment on why they're not buying the kit.
where'd those PumpinPuppets skedaddle off to? their m.o. is to make a batch of comically wrong predictions n then go run n hide instead of fessin' up and explaining what went awry...
the puppets shake-prattle-n-roll over $3 but run-n-hide under that mark...wonder why they never offer comment when their predictions fail to materialize? gl!
i'm a l-t investor not a trader so i look to scale in. in that context i'd have no problem with a paper loss on my current position if the opport presented itself to add bx in the $20 range - as a result of a crash in the global markets, which is not inconceivable given the state of affairs in china, the ongoing commodity rout and the still sluggish economic growth in the u.s. and europe - never mind the touch-n-go geopolitical landscape in the mid-east, ukraine, south china sea, etc.
i'm not calling for a crash, but even a 10% correction would probably bring bx into the low 30's.
the question is, what will bx be trading for in the next 5 years or so? in the meantime, i'm not presumptuous about being able to time perfectly near-term pps moves. gl