Are you that unemployed 20 something, "csmith6278," who has lost so much money? The one who sits in the basement in his yellow underwear?
Then why are you hanging around. It will hit that price next week for sure with all the tax selling and margin calls. You should see more selling around 3 p.m. as retail brokerage firms sell their margin calls.
Why is no one pumping this stock now when it keeps falling? Just two days ago, people were predicting over $7.
But now, everyone is gone when it is $5.85? Why won't any of you buying? You buy at $6.50 but you won't buy at $5? Doesn't make sense.
looks like this is what is happening. Very curious why NASDAQ is up almost +1% but no buyers for OBXT?
Maybe conference call is over with and sell on the NO NEWS?
Look how it is setting at $6.11-$6.13 ready to sell-off by end of day. No more news or conference calls. The conference call yesterday mad the stock jump 30 cents. we should see below $6 at the close and further drop back to $5.20. You can buy it again at that price.
Last 5 trading sessions the stock jumps in the first hour and then just closes much lower.
Or is this it?
I think they will dump in the last hour to close around $5.90
I think may go back to $7.50 range in 2-3 days.
Do you have a reason to buy? Other than that you think it is too low? Even though they continue to lose customers and losing $150 million or so a quarter?
Anyone listen to the annual Conference Call yesterday? It went up yesterday, so why is it falling today after the conference call that was supposed to have been positive?
Looks like it.
Look at the last 5 trading days and volumes. This is the greatest sign of a major take off. If yo don't buy now, you will regret it. See you at $7 tomorrow morning.
I bought some 12,000 around $6 yesterday.... Feeling good about a run-up. All the tax-loss selling and any other selling is done. And, with the conference call this morning, I think this is the beginning of another leg up. Announcements any day now and don't want to take a chance on a 40-100% pop on this.