what? the host tried to defend via "devils advocate", at least watch before you speak. the guest was absolutely correct in his assessment. I've been here for yrs. over promise and under deliver...but, what a stock play! bot as low #$%$1202, and sold as high as $10.84...can ride for free, and I will for awhile!
rule Number 6: you never own enough of a winner, and always too much of a loser.
thnx, plug, I started buying in 10-2009, and have been selling onto this run as I could.
12 months ago, I bot shs at $.1202...wow, what a run. everything you say is true...but you are not factoring in the number one reason a stock moves...expectations for the future, purely psychogical...it made no sense for me to buy at that price unless I thought the shs would rise again. greed is a powerful motivator, but fear is even greater. In my case I now own shs for a negative cost basis, and I'm guessing there are a great many just like me.
wow, I'm gonna allow you are just undereducated...it's you're, not your! and no they can't, because it would crash the sh price to move that many shs. your posts are meant to influence trading, therefore....manipulator, be gone!
wow, i'm gonna allow that you are just undereducated...there are restrictions against insider, officer and director sh sales. so, get some le'rnin', before lyin"
probably not, this represents about 20% of the shs...thus an insider! and subject to sell restrictions. since cohen is world-wide, the idea of only one retail or hedge acct is silly and not in the best interests of the parties involved. could be hundreds if not thousands...and if you know different...you are an insider and shouldn't be talking in public....quiet period after registration is effective.
it was 3% in the old days!(1980s"), I vaguely remember.
ultimately you are correct, the trick is to get the shs to a more reasonable price and lessen the split factor.
gee, that's never happened to me, since the other 50 times. not too worry, unless you are all in...that could be problematic. in this space( real cheap stocks) diversification is a buffer, allows you to wait out the short term and think long term.
Scottrade blocked my order, any reason that you know of? not the first time, but they haven't done that for yrs.
wow, I'm sorry Lee...you are delusional if you think a real trader at a real trading desk would bother with you and your silly nonsense. take about inflated ego!
first: shorts are your friends...a mm short is a guaranteed buy! if the co. fails and stock goes down, he was right. "hit man", what the hell does that mean...I'm a simple retail acct that just happens to have experience in the business in the 80's. that experience keeps me balanced, and diversified(immensely). and silly me for trying to fight the ignorance on the msg bds.
there are no retail shorts in a stock this price. the b/d's won't take the risk of your failure. and the mm's don't carry much of a short position. it is a hit to net capital(they report daily), and too large a position limits their other trading! they don't have to short....they just eat spreads. think of the mm as a poker dealer....he takes his vig, or rake without risk...you are playing against me and every other retail acct.
mm's too smart to be short a volatile micro-penny, and if they are, it is higher...not in this range. no retail shorts. call me names, but my experience of 8 yrs series 7, (and I taught I). far outweighs any silly ideas so many of you seem to have about stock trading. in the electronic age, it is almost impossible to manipulate prices. unlike in the 80's. when everything was done thru a trading dept. I am, in effect, my own trading desk. low comm. and great executions.
those are retail orders!!!the mm's have to act on them.
very normal action! what do expect from a micro-cap!