You've been saying that as fact for over a week and although arming them was not the US intent, after this
weekend, it could become a reality. Read the article today," US Increasingly Concerned That Russia is Intent on Partitioning Ukraine."
The fact that it is below it's bottom already should be telling you something along with current events, such as this weekend. It's your neck.
No, you must be blind if you think this drop has anything to do with the charts.
Maybe do a little reading instead of posting.
You're probably right that the low won't get below $2, but I'm not the giving up type of person, lol.
IMO, if $2 if the low for January, February might see $1.75
If Meyer and the bookrunners thought the value was $21, do you think they would
have originally priced it at 14 - 16? This is all hype, I'll just sit and watch and wait
for it to fall back to earth. Should only take one earnings.
That 28-32 sounds about right , but hey, the GDP number comes out first thing in the morning and that might take a little sheen off the markets. So throw in a silly
bid, won't get taken but you've got nothing to lose if you didn't intend on chasing it.
Wait for it to fall back to earth, if it does. It's just a hamburger joint.
lol, I keep repeating myself, won't go near 'em. Did you watch the video or not?
You trying out your comedy routine again on unsuspecting passersby?
No need to answer, I know, SMD right?
Wasn't talking about contacting the company for the info. I meant I asked the same questions on another post the day before and didn't get an answer, but maybe you would by basically asking the same questions on this post the following day. Maybe you just don't read the board unless you initiate the post.
Read the news today on Baba? Ma had met with Chinese regulators in July before the IPO. Oops, guess Ma
didn't mention it to the markets, but some obscure broad mention in the prospectus. But for those who didn't
follow Alibaba much before the IPO, this is not the first problem of fakes, fraud, bribery and Ma is so shocked
by the news sic. In 2011 only after the news hit internationally Ma wanted to impress with swift action, lol.
'Alibaba said in a notice Monday to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that its chief executive and chief operating officers, who were not implicated by the investigation, were resigning to take responsibility for the company's "breakdown in integrity."
'The company said 100 sales representatives, out of a total workforce of 14,000, allegedly involved in defrauding customers were fired. Some supervisors and sales managers had either intentionally or negligently allowed the creation of fraudulent "storefronts" by letting some 2,326 suppliers evade authentication and verification measures, it said.'
It was one reason I was not interested in their IPO.
Glad you qualified that statement with 'reasonable' price, otherwise I'd say The Counter. Unfortunately the company CB Franchise is private.
Thanks for that info Buddy. While trying to find out today I went to the last earning's transcript. Read the Q&A section. Not knowing much about this company, except their numbers, I can see from my point of view why this stock has been sliding. Pera
talks in generalities and avoided specific answers to questions.
I don't think analysts are comfortable with that lack of specifics.
I also don't know if this is his usual pattern. Therefore, to me,
no run up into earnings.
Me thinks you would be more apt to go fishing than me, which is why I did that post over on yandy so time ago, which you prolly didn't read.
Qiwi solid? Not so fast.
'report that Kommersant, referencing a draft of a new anti-terrorism law, "said the country may limit domestic payments using anonymous electronic wallets and ban cross-border payments using them."
If you haven't watched it, put it on your to do list. He won't deal, and if
there is any sort of 'deal', I wouldn't be a believer.