Need more newbies to buy in the stock and take over dead stock.
This analyst is so smart. She changed the price target to $1.75-$2.50 (from $13-15) AFTER she saww the price fall to $1.15.
That is one smart analyst!!!
Look at the post of the guy who bragged he bought at $4.44 on December 30th. That is the guy who constantly pumps causing people to lose money. If he is still around. DRYS will continue to drop in price.
I think he is a paid pumper as he is constantly wrong about every stock he says he buys with paper money.
Either that, or this board is just full of real losers.
If you owned a business, would you really hire an old fart who wants to work less hours and already knows everything and thinks he knows everything and is inflexible to change and learning something?
some people say because they are inflexible and they come off as they know it all. Is that rue?
How come when you send resumes to companies of old people they don't respond to them? But, the exact same resume and you give an image they are 35 years or younger they respond?
why does he use so many pseudonyms and talk to himself to pretend there are others? How does the guy make a living? Is he a paid pumper dumper because everything he buys, he loses money on?
Geron stock up +5% after hours. DRYS stock down to $3.32 after-hours.
4:13 pm Geron announces public offering of common stock; sizenot disclosed (GERN):
BofA/Merrill is acting as sole book-running manager; Stifel is acting as lead manager.
But when sells more stock it falls. Shows you how weird the biopharma stocks are.
Overnight, Turkey's central bank sharply raised borrowing rates in an effort to support its flagging currency. But after rallying sharply vs. the dollar, the lira turned lower again Wednesday and the nation's main stock bourse slumped. Other emerging market currencies and stocks fell in tandem while major European markets also slumped. The Turkish turnaround spilled over into U.S. futures, which had rallied Tuesday evening along with Asian markets after Turkey's central bank acted.
Update: As of 2pm ET, the Dow was down 0.9% while the S&P was off 0.75%.
There are several factors at work here that potentially explain why developments in Turkey, Argentina, India and other emerging markets are affecting major U.S. and European markets. In a nutshell, upheaval in the emerging markets is simultaneously a cause and a reaction to a global "flight from risk" and search for safety, as represented by the U.S. dollar, Treasuries, gold and Japanese yen.
Because Google has the money and lawyers to stretch it out for years on appeal and the amount will be negotiated downward to see a penny.
No, I did say the market is down -4% since Wednesday. What I meant to say this is the evidence that it is a real down turn and not just a -3% blip down but it is continuing. Let's see what happens next 5 days. Rocky road ahead.
None of those guys are saying this is cheap and they are buying the stock.
You would think that the person who predicted $6 the first week in January would buy now but he won't. And they guy who bragged he bought at $4.44 isn't buying at this huge discount just 4 weeks later.
Go figure. That is why stock keeps falling. They refuse to buy but will sell the lower it goes....
Well, today makes the Nasdaq down -4% since last Wednesday.