Just check back after Feb. 5th - Paylocity Conference Call to Review Second Quarter Fiscal 2015 Results Scheduled for February 5 at 4pm CT - We shall see who is winning and who is loosing money! LOL
LOL... Post all the lies you want, but you are all loosing your shirts.
Oh yeah... but the pumpers on this board told you WTI was going to $18 for the past month. Who is more credible?
Stick that into you multiple aliases!
LOL Intelligent posts... Would that be the posts that claimed for the past month that the price was going to rebound to $18? Dude... You be the dufus! You start name calling and deserve to loose money.
No you didn't and you can go to the PCTY thread and I can prove it. What I did say is that it was still a buy and that is when it was at $31. It has retraced some since that and it is a screaming buy now. Anyhow, I've lost no money. I sold half at $31 and still own the rest. I will sell it at closer to $40. I won't loose anything. Now you holding this while it could go into BK. That is being a looser. What was your buy in price? Let's see if you can admit that?
Beware of pumpers here! I'm not bashing and only pointing to the fact that the bottom has been broken through with no support in site.
LMFAO - I bought at $15 and how did I loose again? You are an idiot. BTW PCTY is up today and make sure to watch in the first week of February when it reports! I'll be making double my investment - easily. I know the payroll industry and I know who the people are who are running the company. All excellent people who once worked for the company Palocity is now taking market share away from!
You should wait until it is $3. The bottom has fallen out and you should never try to catch a falling knife. There is no support. The last support was at $5.34 and now will form the new ceiling. Who knows where the a bottom will form. I doesn't happen in a day or two, and usually takes time. With oil continuing to fall, I'm going to wait. I'm betting on at least $3.50 before I begin to nibble on some WTI shares. At least good for a dead cat bounce.
Would you stop already with you BS. The company is tanking because the Saudis are in control as U.S. oil companies go BK. It has already started and it is a truth that you haven't been able to realize. I told you the price would fall under $5. And, more than likely the price of a barrel of oil will go down to the low, in I believe 2009, of $35 a barrel. See what that will do to the current oil shale boom. They can't make a profit and the Saudis can. Simple arithmetic.
I'm an idiot for believing you? No... Your an idiot for posting it, when there are people out there that will loose everything. You make fun of that? You are disgusting and I hope you rot!
This is from the New York Post - Jan. 11, 2015 -
"It’s really quite simple to see what’s going on here. The Saudis would like nothing more than for a whole bunch of US shale and oil producers to fold.
That already began when Austin, Texas-based WBH Energy filed for bankruptcy on Jan. 4.
The shame of it is there are a lot of well-paying US jobs and small businesses that will become the casualties of the Saudi aggression. It’s a war over oil all right — a price war."
I heard yesterday on the radio that the Saudi's can make a good profit on oil if it even goes below $30 a barrel. The U.S. obviously cannot. They can afford to sit it out while U.S. companies fall one by one to the wayside. The only way for them to stop is for the excess supply of oil runs out. That will take awhile and in the meantime the price of gas will even get cheaper. Like I've said over and over again. The price of WTI, with all of its debt, is not something to get into until the P/E is probably cut in half of what it currently is. That would put the price around $3 a share. I don't see a miraculous turn around.
Another thing that I have been wondering is if this is also manipulation to punish Russia for its invasion of Crimea. It could be a combination of things, but its obvious that things are going to get worse before they get better.
I imagine before that would happen that WTI might try restructuring its debt or maybe even merge together with another company that can weather a long downturn in the oil market. The current P/E is too high of a price, but who knows what the calculated worth would be once the market for oil turns around. I think nibbling at some shares under $5 might be good for at least a dead cat bounce.
Stock Bashing: "This scheme is usually orchestrated by savvy online message board posters (a.k.a. "Bashers") who make up false and/or misleading information about the target company in an attempt to get shares for a cheaper price."
When you state that this company has a lot of debt that could lead to a lower stock price and even BK- you are only stating the obvious. Also, it happens to be the truth. The price has been moving down and there always remains the chance the BK can happen. No one has stated that it will definitely happen - that I have seen.
I don't think statements made on this board is the cause of WTI's stock price tanking. It has been on a downward trajectory for some time. As I have stated before... once WTI breaks through $5.34 there is no support area and it must make a new one or continue to fall. Just an observation and if I owned this stock I would heed chart analysis and question all the pumper's predictions that are made daily on this board!
People need to understand that when you give difference of opinion it is not bashing. If what I research shows me that the price is moving down, then I have every right to share that. If you had listen back at $8 you would not have lost another 30%. Letting people know the amount of debt this company has and the falling prices of oil gives people the tools to know if the should keep or sell their stocks. Nothing I've posted has ever been a lie! Grow up and learn to share opinions. If you don't want to hear another person's opinion than place them on ignore. It is not illegal to voice your opinions - It is called free speech! BTW - Stock Bashing: "This scheme is usually orchestrated by savvy online message board posters (a.k.a. "Bashers") who make up false and/or misleading information about the target company in an attempt to get shares for a cheaper price. This activity, in most cases, is conducted by posting libelous posts on multiple public forums. The perpetrators sometimes work directly for unscrupulous Investor Relations firms who have convertible notes that convert for more shares the lower the bid or ask price is; thus the lower these Bashers can drive a stock price down by trying to convince shareholders they have bought a worthless security, the more shares the Investor Relations firm receives as compensation. Immediately after the stock conversion is complete and shares are issued to the Investor Relations firm, consultant, attorney or similar party, the basher/s then become friends of the company and move quickly to ensure they profit on a classic Pump & Dump scheme to liquidate their ill gotten shares. (see P&D)"