Someone on here posted something about mediation settlement 1st week of April we shall see .Marksheid e mails have not been to informative lately,he gives me vague answers,I appreciate his responses but not very informative,I really don't believe he knows much more then us at this point,he is involved with many companies making good $$ for himself ,not sure if he owns any stock of the companies he works for.
Bought shares at .25 cents,they would have nice profit if they sold at .36 (like 44%),who would sell for so little
I hope you are right,I did not hear conference call,this company is way undervalued,Google Ebay NCR,someone will take them out for at least $30.
I hope so but the shorts in this stock are stubborn,but most have been shorting since $35 so I would cover,risk reward is definitely in LONGS favor IMO.
$32 by Oct 2014, i will trade in and out until sec problem is taking care of,it is oversold now, also i also picked up apol yesterday 1850 shares at $16.11 both for a trade and hopefully profit,way oversold
Got 1100 more at 12.47, actually have been very lucky with my trades on ESI,but what I have sold and made $$ with, I bought AAPL,and PAY and got smacked that way,I finally sold NFLX at a hefty profit,did not want to take the chance of a pre announcement next quarter like PAY,Goog is now a double,but it took a couple of years. Good Luck
For-profit education stocks sink after Senate Democrats propose crackdown
Shares of for-profit education companies are sinking after Senate Democrats proposed a bill that would strengthen the Department of Education's oversight of these companies. The legislation would require the department to conduct reviews of colleges that are spending more than 20% of their revenue on recruiting and marketing and obtain more than 85% of their revenue from federal student aid programs, according to a summary of the bill posted on the website of Democratic Senator Frank Lautenberg. The reviews would assess several areas, including the schools' use of incentive compensation, graduation rates, and misuse of federal funds, the summary added. In a note to investors earlier today, BMO Capital wrote that it believes the bill is unlikely to become law, and that the sell-off in the sector is "a bit severe." However, the firm added that it does understand why investors are concerned about the legislation. In mid-afternoon trading, Apollo Group (APOL) fell 3.4% to $16.08, Career Education (CECO) slid 9.3% to $2.72, Strayer (STRA) dropped 4% to $46.86, ITT Educational (ESI) tumbled 7% to $12.60 and DeVry (DV) declined 1.2% to $29.63.
Jefferies boosted its price target on Buy-rated Deckers Outdoor (NASDAQ: DECK) from $60 to $65 following Q4 results.
"While we knew 4Q was not going to be great, the results did come in better than expected. With 4Q now behind us, what really matters is that DECK is well positioned for 2013 with cleaner inventories, improving SSS trends and margin tailwinds from lower sheepskin costs. Further, we think the company's FY'13 outlook is conservative and expect upward earnings revision in the coming qtrs."
HUGE gonna be like NFLX with all those shorts,we gonna go up another 15-25 points in a month,tomorrow upgrades gonna kill the shorts,I got torched last quarter ,got it back and then some this quarter.............
Fly on the wall has nothing on this,it says the street and Jim Cramer say its a buy,and Goldman Sachs says this will be $90 in 2 years..
It seemed like someone knew something and it crashed last 1/2 hr before , then it got killed after earnings,it looks stronger this time,shorts are covering heading into the close,or new buyers coming in,the guidance is big but I think we get 12-15% gain,Good Luck
Yo Market,I am you also and SJK an his other names are funny over on the other board,I do agree tho that MNST will be up at least 4-5% tomorrow,there is a reason for reversal and when big $$comes in tomorrow we will move up