re:"anyone notice? more fireworks tomorrow maybe"
When did that happen? Today's action looks like a bunch of kids playing with sparklers.
"Don't really expect MM to survive and thrive and at this point a buyout is their only hope. Its only a matter of time before they burn all their cash."
MM is following in the same foot steps as VELTF. It is just a matter of time before they run out of cash or get bought out. Hope for the latter.
Here are the numbers for Friday, July 25, 2014.
Number of trades....46.
Shares bought/sold on the ask....196,465 on 16 trades.
Shares sold/bought on the bid.....635,488 on 29 trades.
Shares with a ?......1,650 on 1 trade.
Below is a partial list of the afternoon trades.
$0.03 6,000 OTO 15:59:04
$0.03 4,736 OTO 15:22:38
$0.03 11,612 OTO 14:59:37
$0.0249 4,388 OTO 14:59:13
$0.0249 15,612 OTO 14:59:05
$0.0221 176,100 OTO 14:58:53
$0.0249 39,000 OTO 14:58:45
$0.0221 57,100 OTO 14:58:39
$0.0249 55,000 OTO 14:58:32
$0.0221 50,000 OTO 14:58:24
$0.023 50,000 OTO 14:58:06
$0.022 10,000 OTO 14:56:58
$0.022 40,000 OTO 14:56:39
$0.022 10,000 OTO 14:55:22
$0.025 10,000 OTO 14:55:16
$0.023 10,000 OTO 14:55:11
$0.025 10,000 OTO 14:53:20
$0.025 10,000 OTO 14:53:19
$0.0255 10,000 OTO 14:52:59
$0.0256 59,000 OTO 14:45:52
$0.0256 10,000 OTO 14:45:39
$0.0251 5,000 OTO 14:21:14
$0.029 10,000 OTO 14:10:31
$0.029 10,000 OTO 14:10:28
$0.03 6,350 OTO 13:18:45
$0.03 4,095 OTO 13:18:34
$0.03 4,000 OTO 13:17:44
$0.03 7,900 OTO 13:17:41
$0.03 10,000 OTO 13:17:35
$0.03 100 OTO 13:01:59
"..Faceplant sucks...yet goes up. MM sucks...and stays there."
Well, there was a time not too long ago when FB couldn't get out of the way of its own shadow. Their IPO was a disaster. Now look at it.
Hang in there, MM will have its day again. Just be ready to seize the opportunity when it happens.
" It's like comparing McDonalds with Starbucks... Yes, they have customer crossover and share some of the same space, but right now i would not say they are in the same category."
You might be right rt, but the stock sure doesn't think so.
"lol, apples and oranges. Learn what these companies actually do."
Oh really? Well then tell that to the Baltimore Sun.
"Millennial Media battling Facebook's emergence in mobile advertising
Competition with social network blamed for poor earnings, stock slide
May 10, 2014 By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun
Millennial Media has long faced competition for advertising dollars from entrenched giants like Google and Apple, but it was another household name — Facebook — that took a bite out of the Baltimore company's earnings and sent its stock plummeting last week.
The social network took the Baltimore-based company by surprise, grabbing a share of its customers who buy ads on mobile devices to drive downloads and draw users to their smartphone and tablet applications, analysts said. That contributed to a tripling of Millennial's first-quarter losses, announced Wednesday."
"most likely .029 since that is the amount earned per share according to CEF connect"
You were right. Nice call.
Here are the numbers for Wednesday, July 23, 2014.
Number of trades.....10.
Shares bought/sold on the ask.....500 on 1 trade.
Shares sold/bought on the bid.....24,200 on 9 trades.
$0.031 1,000 OTO 15:48:43
$0.031 10,000 OTO 15:14:24
$0.0311 5,850 OTO 14:48:47
$0.0311 1,300 OTO 12:10:26
$0.035 500 OTO 12:09:28
$0.0311 1,000 OTO 12:08:51
$0.0311 1,000 OTO 12:07:31
$0.0311 3,000 OTO 12:06:16
$0.0311 100 OTO 11:58:14
$0.0311 950 OTO 10:59:25
You will probably be right. I suspect they will release a PR around the 24th of this month regarding this matter.
re:"As for your comment about a reverse split diluting ownership, wrong again."
You are correct, the actual reverse split won't dilute ownership, but what usually happens soon afterwards surely will. Unless FMAR intends to get relisted back on the Nasdaq, the only other reason a company would enact a reverse split (down here in Penny heaven) is so they can issue more shares.
re:"If you have God, family, your health is good and you have a roof over your head......BE Grateful. Money will never satisfy your thirst for happiness."
Words to live by. Sometimes I wish they never invented the Stock Market. These stocks have us chasing Amy, so to speak.
Take care brillo_us
Sad, isn't it?
I've been following MM, HIPP and VELTF for the last couple of years and I've noticed these stocks tend to sell off during the summer months. I would be careful it you plan on buying anymore shares in MM as the second Q earnings hasn't been too kind to them in recent years. Last year VELTF dropped a mega bomb on their shareholders in late August. Hopefully, that won't be the case with MM next month.
Good luck to all.
ps.....I live less than 6 miles from MM's headquarters in Baltimore. I could stop by and tell them you said hi if you want?
Yeah, I just sold a few minutes ago. Got out at $4.63. I'm not liking how fast it rises in the AM only to see it fall right back in the PM. A little too volatile for my taste. I will probably re-enter at a later date. GLTA.
Here are the numbers for Tuesday, July 15, 2014.
Number of trades....5.
Shares bought/sold on the ask....5,500 on 2 trades.
Shares sold/bought on the bid.....7,444 on 3 trades.
re: "the next support level is $3.62 followed by $3.54. Odds are it will touch one of those support levels tomorrow or Wednesday."
What did I tell ya. This stock is so predictable. GLTA.