Guess one has to give cleint9 credit.....she was way ahead of the curve in predicting where this stock was headed. I'm reviewing all those predictions...$7.00, $7.90, $11.49. Too much ill advised optimism. cheers
"definitely" - defined as exact, precise, not vague. I'm long the stock but when I see that word, when the stock sells for $5.00, it's obviously hyperbole. Wall Street isn't stupid and if a take over was 'definite' where do you think the stock would be selling?? Think....if one reasons things out he will usually reach the correct conclusion. In this case, a take over is always possible, but not definite. cheers
He has taken a stake in AER according to the latest monthly filing. Don't know how much but it's nice to see that he sees what many on this Board has seen for a couple of years. cheers
Hark....a response that actually makes sense. Remember DNDN and the incredible hope and riches it promised. cheers
With the large volume one thing is certain. It's not the retail investors who are selling. Some of the institutions and mutual funds are reducing their stakes. cheers
Will the institutions/mutual funds hang tough or will they bail. If some bail then expect a sharp drop. If only the retail investor leaves then downward pressure tomorrow will be mitigated. The results were definitely not stellar but does leave room for future optimism. cheers
He missed a 40%+ stock appreciation and still he chirps away. I personally think that Stock Surfers is really the 'long term' poster of two years ago who urged everyone to sell at $17. When Symc reached $20 he became invisible. It's possible he reopened under Stock Surfer. Either way, both were wrong and did a disservice to those on the Board. cheers
What was missed?
- was there any inside selling?
- did the stock breach its 50 and 200 day moving average?
- did the stock hit new lows even when the overall market was strong?
- did the weekly scripts constantly disappoint?
- did the pumpers promise outrageous gains even as the stock was falling?
- were the shorts NOT forced to cover as the stock fell?
It's time to realize that this was a bad investment. Concept good and that's why so many were sucked it. When investing remember the adage........"If I'm wrong, a thousand angels swearing I was right will make no difference". Sadly for most on the board.....arna was a very bad 'investment'. cheers
"Keep an eye out for next week"????? Well the week is up and the stock is lower than when the rumor was posted. Idiotpumper99, I do believe an apology is required and please, in the future, don't start rumors and attribute them to the 'word on the street'.
No...that wasn't Jack. I had your posts removed because you post far too much and most have limited or no value. cheers
Just like they were crushed last week, last month, last year. The shorts are the only winners in this sad saga. This stock was a huge mistake. cheers
Wow...I'm assuming you were delirious when you composed the above post this morning. Stock is being battered and actually fell from $90+ to $40 in less than 60 days BEFORE Yellen spoke.
Sadly Jack knew what was brewing and reacted the only way he could. Sold what he could. The only good that has come of it is that most of the really vehement pumpers have slivered under a rock. The story here was good except the product just never really sold. A shame but it was highly speculative and this end was always possible. cheers
It's been a week since the short order post. I think it's safe to say that if CLVS does eventually reach $58 it won't be in short order. No catalysts for awhile. Wall Street definitely was not impressed with the primarily trial results and beat the stock down big time. This one is a hard call. cheers