For every seller, there was a buyer. And vice versa. This is always and necessarily the case.
I'm also looking for a good entry point, but insider and institutional selling has given me pause.
Care to comment?
Hey, good work! If I had some extra cash right now (and I don't - boo hoo!) - I'd put some money into 3M (MMM) or MCK. If you like a nice steady stream of income (and wonderful management!), check out VNR (but note the difference, tax-wise, between distributions and dividends....)
I'm locked and loaded with both. They may not both hit, but I try to cast a wide net. If one or two of them pan out, I'm good. Speaking of which..... A few months back I bought a thousand shares of CYTR for 2.51 per after doing some serious research. This one is starting to bear fruit. I see twelve bucks in the next six months - but I'm not always right, obviously (heck, I bought some NEM at 42 or so and it's really dragging me down....).
But I've also been long UA, YHOO, DDD and IACI for a year or more now, and am doing better than I probably deserve. Anyway, best to you and yours! btw, I also like ARRY at the current price. A lot!
I hereby move that executive salaries and bonuses be limited to annual revenue. That ought to put an end to this abomination at long last!
Dude, the "bump" went out in the 1970's. Wouldn't you prefer some answers to some legitimate questions today? Or is providing answers not in your boiler room employment contract?
How many EWS Model 12s have been ordered? How much does OOIL make for each one sold? Who manufactures these machines? What are the terms of that contract? Show us the money!!!
How many have been sold and how much revenue resulted for OOIL???
Bump bump bump yourself.
Or you'll be making minimum wage typing "bump" and regurgitating old, deceptive "news" items for some greasy penny-stock scam pumpers. Oh, and don't schedule classes before 10 AM, as they are too easy to blow off. This wisdom took me three whole semesters to get through my thick skull - but was a valuable lesson nevertheless.
Riggs paid $10,000 for the honor. Fine use of bagholder money. Sully is sullied, imho. Do your own research.
Glad ONCS is being good to you. My advice: Don't watch the day to day swings. Just set it and forget it. You may do better than you ever imagined a couple of years down the road. As far as WPCS is concerned, I still don't get it, but I'm not a trader and I wish you all the luck in the world.
It's encouraging whenever you can get "drop" and "load" in the same PR headline. That's how I select my investments. Time to go long!
ONVO has some great technology and promise. I just think it's priced too high right now. I feel the same way about TSLA.
I do hope you do well, though.
I bought shares at twenty five and thirty five, so we're in the same boat pretty much. I don't worry much about day-to-day fluctuations. Three years from now, I figure I'll have either lost a little money or have made a small fortune. Good luck to you!
I like boats and the ocean (and fishing in particular), but I'm not sure how you found WPCS let alone why you decided to invest there. Gosh, the chart reminds me of OOIL's, and their loss per share is staggering. What am I missing?
I wouldn't touch onvo, but I'm an investor not a trader. I think it has mistakenly been thrown into the excitement with three-d manufacturing right now, but it it's really a medical assay play. It will be a long time before they get federal approvals or make the kind of money that would justify it's current price. Just my opinion, of course.