Nancy, sorry, not sure what are you trying to say?
I've set the 'writing skills bar' dismally low.
I'm cheering for you to exceed the low standard, but you've got quite a way still to go :)
will your winning streak extend to 3 days tomorrow?
cheering for you Joe
Market may be in HUGE selloff jeopardy. Now they are saying we've BEGUN a 20% correction.
Admittedly, I took a pounding the past 2 days.
That should make some of happy :)
4. If questions 1, 2, and 3 have amazing positive answers, as is implied by the tone of your posts, then why has the stock price fallen to the $6s, lower end of the entrenchment range?
5. Since the stock price is at the lower end of the entrenchment range, what happens to the stock price if management announces negative news that you weren't anticipating?
I am currently here providing some balance to the many overzealous lying pump posts.
If this goes low enough, maybe I'll buy a long position.
I'd buy in a split second if -
1. the CEO were to buy a significant quantity of shares using his own money
2. SPPI implemented their buyback program in a meaningful manner
and with the price continuously falling, you have zero credibility
as previously stated, I currently do NOT hold a long or short position in sppi
re: 40k shares - hope you bought the majority at much lower prices
Good luck to you
You do realize there is no guaranty the upcoming earnings and forward guidance will be positive.
SPPI has underperformed on GOOD news.
How will it perform with NEGATIVE news?
opinions with explanations encouraged
Warren Buffet repeated his historical advise - buy an index or fund that tracks/mirrors the S&P 500
Nice to not watch the stock market for an entire week, return to read about continued war and plane crashes, then see I broke even on my investment holdings.
Did pump dudes miss me?
Look in the mirror, I post less frequently than the JoeEtals
Signing out, good luck to pump dudes during the next week !!
I'm sure you guys will miss me. I'll be away from civilization, and no internet.
Perhaps when I return, SPPI will be at $20, or at $6s. Perhaps the stock market will be higher, or lower. Point is, the market and sppi will do whatevert it is going to do, regardless if anyone posts on this message board or not.
Best to each of you, always!
Even I would agree that SPPI will eventually go higher. But it sure would have been wiser if pump long dudes had sold ALL of their shares in the $Teens and repurchased at $6s-$7s. You'd have (at least) twice the net gain. Rarely does a stock go UP forever. Investors need to learn to take profits, or reduce risk exposure on the way up - one can always join the party again later at lower prices.
As a wise successful person once told me - a smart person is one who doesn't make the same mistake twice.
dhwk - we all make typos, especially if typing as fast as Joe. Personally, I think Joe is articulate. However, I set the grammar comparison bar rather low, considering I am Jethro.
the proof of SPPI is in the stock price. The reality is SPPI has fallen from $17s to $7s during a HUGE bull market run. Over the past 3 years, I hope your readers invested in a simple index fund, betting the overall market up. If their entire portfolio was comprised of one stock, this stock, they've underperformed the market.
Granted, the future could be different. But for all of your posts in support of SPPI over the past 2 years, what did any of them do for SPPI stock price?