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stocker4949 374 posts  |  Last Activity: 1 hour 17 minutes ago Member since: Aug 31, 2006
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  • It is a great timing now to get in LAKE as a lot of virus and disease tend to rise and increase as we enter Fall and particular Winter. I plan to hold LAKE until next Spring.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 28, 2015 1:41 PM Flag

    Dear Tippy. I was extremely lucky that I bought 40,000 shares of LAKE some morning and the stock went up a lot after hour over $30. I was very fortunate that I decided to watch it for over an hour after hour to see it squeezing up 0ver $30. Less than a day, I profit for $40,000 dollars on that trade.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • As of September 15th, there are total of 19.72% short ratio for ARRY. I would not want to be a short right now.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • I know LAKE is hugely shorted the past few months. What will all the shorts do now?
    Investors certainly have to be happy with Lakeland Industries Inc. (LAKE) and its short term performance. After all, the stock has jumped by 39.9% in the past 4 weeks, and it is also above its 20 Day Simple Moving Average as well. This is certainly a good trend, but investors are probably asking themselves, can this positive trend continue for LAKE?

    While we can never know for sure, it is pretty encouraging that estimates for LAKE have moved higher in the past few weeks, meaning that analyst sentiment is moving in the right way. Plus, the stock actually has a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy), so the recent move higher for this spotlighted company may definitely continue over the next few weeks.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • After that, I decided to stop watching it, It has been more than 3 months that I have not watched LAKE. I got in my portfolio today to find the stock has been doing very well. I am keeping LAKE to no less than $30. I am going to stop watching it until next Spring. Cheers.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Marvin R. Ellison is going to lead JCP to a huge success based on Home Depot way of managing cost and inventories. A lot of young couples just starting their new families looking for good cost, good qualities and good customers services are returning to JCP stores.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 27, 2015 11:22 PM Flag

    The kind of attack and slandering viciously do make me wonder about their motive and agenda. Mr. Left maybe funded by some anti Jewish Groups or organizations.

  • stocker4949 by stocker4949 Sep 26, 2015 1:42 PM Flag

    Analyst Opinion Get Analyst Opinion for:
    Recommendation Summary*
    Mean Recommendation (this week): 1.6
    Mean Recommendation (last week): 1.6
    Change: 0.0

    * (Strong Buy) 1.0 - 5.0 (Sell)
    Price Target Summary
    Mean Target: 143.60
    Median Target: 147.00
    High Target: 151.00
    Low Target: 135.00
    No. of Brokers: 5

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Piper Jaffray Overweight price target to $147

    by zeroletdown Sep 17, 2015 9:56 AM
    stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 26, 2015 1:21 PM Flag

    I sincerely believe the value price target at $143 no less so I will accept the $3 extra dollars from Piper Jaffray.

  • Reply to

    Cheap Shares!

    by forzainvestor Sep 24, 2015 11:59 AM
    stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 26, 2015 1:19 PM Flag

    Cost of 2nd offering at $112.00 and it has fallen below it for more than a few times down below $100 and managed to recover back up to $120. Let us hope it will strive and recover back like it has always done in the past.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Whoever invests in MBLY shall appreciate such learning no matter you are long or short. Mr. Left carries very bad reputation for its slandering business and was sued and arrested in the last 10 years. This guy has no shame.

  • stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 26, 2015 12:57 PM Flag

    Citron is well known to slander companies without facts and had been arrested and sued in the last 10 years.

  • Barclays Out In Defense Of Mobileye, Remains As Top Pick
    Benzinga By Jim Swanson
    September 18, 2015 10:54 AM


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    Mobileye NV (NYSE: MBLY) shares have lost 23 percent since August 19, when it was trading above $60.
    Barclays’ Brian A. Johnson maintained an Overweight rating for the company and a price target of $76.
    Although Mobileye’s shares have plummeted due to increased competition, Johnson pointed out that this does not necessarily translate to pricing pressure for the company.

    Mobileye’s shares have declined 25 percent over last month, as compared to a 5 percent decline in the S&P. Analyst Brian A. Johnson said that shares have been under pressure due to a rise in competition, which could adversely impact the company’s market share and margins.

    Johnson believes that the concerns are “overdone.” He explained that Mobileye is expected to continue to be a market leader and a rise in competition “doesn’t equate to pricing pressure.” Moreover, growth of the advanced driver assistance [ADAS] market is higher than what was expected.

    "Despite increased competition in the ADAS/semi-autonomous market, and although MBLY may see some erosion from its current ~65% level, it should remain a share leader (50%+), as AEB functionality emerges. Even with share in the low 50% range, we think the stock still has meaningful upside," the report said.

    Mobileye currently leads the market with approximately 65 percent market share. While some share contraction is possible due to competition, the company would continue to be a market leader, with +50 percent share, with the emergence of the AEB functionality. Johnson believes that even if the share contracts to the low 50 percent range, the company’s stock has “meaningful upside.”

    Barclays noted, “OEM decisions to source away from MBLY are not driven by pricing, but by a combination of a desire for supplier diversity and to promote ‘national champions’ in the supply base.”

    Anderson added that Mobil

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    This truly makes no sense

    by ricsandler Sep 25, 2015 2:34 PM
    stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 25, 2015 9:45 PM Flag

    You don't know the CEO personally at all and are attacking him personal just because you shorted the stock. GoPro CEO is very much loved by all his employees. He does not work in his expensive large CEO office. He works side by side with his employees and he stays late working just like all his employees until 7 to 8 o'clock at night. You have lost my respect and my trust when you go so low to smear someone's image and status without any fact, but only purely based on your greed.

  • Public Records and Libel

    In 1995, when Mr. Left was 22 and just out of college, responding to an ad to “earn $100,000” he took his first job, for a brief span of months, working for a commodities trading firm (Universal Commodity Corporation) making cold calls. Several years later, the firm and a list of all its employees (19), were sanctioned by the regulatory arm of the NFA (National Futures Association). Having permanently exited the business of selling investments years prior, Mr. Left did not contest the civil sanctions imposed upon his further activities in that business. This finding is a matter of public record here:

    In 2010, Mr. Left was briefly arrested in Florida in relation to a petty dispute with a drycleaner. The charges were subsequently dropped. Neither of the above-disclosed events, nor any others, have resulted in any form of criminal prosecution or conviction. Yet references are predictably posted on public message boards in an attempt to discredit Mr. Left and/or Citron’s writings. It is Mr. Left’s opinion that the public is welcome to weigh these facts and all other information when considering the validity of Citron Research’s public postings.

    Citron believes every US citizen is entitled to exercise his or her First Amendment rights. However, intentionally and falsely accusing any person of having been convicted of a crime is itself a criminal offense, and subject to civil and criminal penalties. When ad hominem attacks go over the line into libel and slander, they will be vigorously prosecuted.

    Mr. Left has been sued four times by companies claiming a variety of damages as a consequence of his postings. Mr. Left has prevailed in all four of these suits. In one of the cases, GTX Global vs. Left, the California Appeals Court, awarded him legal fees, while affirming the broad protection provided by California’s Anti-SLAPP law to public intern

  • Reply to

    Instagram numbers inflated

    by mpereira23 Sep 23, 2015 8:45 AM
    stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 25, 2015 8:17 PM Flag

    I totally believe in that. It is fudged and inflated.

  • stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 25, 2015 8:02 PM Flag

    Citron has been very aggressive on down talking MBLY last week and again today. You don't find any reputable analysts out there working so hard trying to bring down a company and destroying a stock. Citron know there are a lot of fear in the market today and he can succeed bringing down a stock if he can bash MBLY once a week to inject panic while the other analysts who are positive pay zero attention to him. You can go on line to research and to find out some analysts are bull and some analysts are bears. Although don't you find suspicious to see Citron attacked MBLY last week and then again today. Shorts have no shame and they will bash once a week or every other day in the down market in order to steal your money based on your fear and weakness. The same thing happened to Continental when someone like Citron spoke of the bankruptcy for over a year so he can make millions of dollars, but ended up covering with huge losses when all the other analysts found the beating of the stock at $8 to $10 as a fantastic buying opportunity. CAL ended up recovering to $36 to $36 from $8 and never went bankrupt.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 25, 2015 7:42 PM Flag

    I totally understand your worries and concern. It is not an easy market this summer so far. My husband followed the lies from the analyst to sell all my continental shares at $8 in huge loss. Luckily I held all my United Airline stock which made back all the losses I had with Continental. Those who had the patience and courage without selling Continental stock when it hit $8, it ended up recovering all the way back to $36 to $37. The reason that Continental went down to $8 because a research company like Citron told all his members and the traders in the market to short Continental and said Continental will go to zero as it will go bankrupt. These people have no shame, no ethic nor integrity. On surface, they present themselves as bankers, but in fact, they are thieves that feed on fear and panic in the market only without any intelligence.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Difference between Gpro CEO and Apple CEO

    by ronmox Sep 25, 2015 9:46 AM
    stocker4949 stocker4949 Sep 25, 2015 7:27 PM Flag

    His father as a hedge funds purchased over a million shares of his son's stock. His father is like everyone of us who believes in him and know he will get rich by this investment someday.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • based on one stinky stupid analyst taking advantage of the fear in the market to steal all the money from you. The same thing is happening to MBLY. These hedge funds who try to bring down a company simply have no shame. They feed on fear and panic in order to steal from people. They are criminals that wear fancy suits pretend they are bankers who underneath that suits, they are criminal gangs who try to kill companies in the down market without any liability.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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