You think you know. Saturday, day before yesterday, I said:
The third week of June won't be a win for those short.
Tell the board I'm dumb. Tell all who bother to read your messages that I am also ibmwatcher. At the same time 1 month exactly as of tomorrow, my message at the PKRK was
Long as of Today
willing to take on the risk this low. (Now cloudy_day_jane see how dumb I am?)
If you think I'm dumb you haven't checked yourself lately. As easy a task for anyone but you, to review my earlier messages at PRKR, you prove to be a failure. But nicompoop, from Latin non compos mentis (“not of sound mind”) such as your self, you are easily distracted by screen names that are outside the specifics of PRKR and QTWW, as well as the discussion on this thread. As for other Yahoo names, as far as I know you are brent5634, teamrep or whomever. BTW, I don't care if you are. Anyway stick to you versus me to avoid confusing your self. PRKR jane-types, like I've said, most often boggle their own minds with an excessive number of screen names instead of researching oversold opportunities. Go find some other screen names to accuse me of using to make your self feel omnipotent!
teamrep, I will refresh your memory. About 1 month ago I replied to brent5634. In general I disagreed with, "Putting your money on the line with Jeff Parker in itself is ignorant." I went long. And teamrep you claimed I was talking nonsense. If sounding nonsensical to you while I make an impressive percentage gain in roughly 1 month, a gain many don't make in a year, including professionals, what kind of nonsense was it then? Have your self a fine week. I will not bother to read your reply.
You tend to be ridiculously and overly quizzical with those questions. thirty_percent_factor is the moniker. For most, that is self-evident. For those unfortunate few, like you, you need it clarified. How simple is it for you? I should ask how difficult is it for you to click my screen name and scroll through my history. You needn't look far to find what I said about PRKR May 15, 2015. Would you now reply with another selection of Yahoo #$%$ to have others believe I use those as well? Please follow your own path of illogical deduction.
tomorrow June 15th, a full month after my 05 - 15 message. BTW, I do like the 1 month PRKR chart.
Speaking of graveyards, how many of your older screen names reside there. I'm sure you've lost count.
Maybe some bottom fishers were buying before the close and sparked a bit of a short-covering rally, altho the close is red. Whatever happened short who were covering know that a red close isn't bullish. Weird as well the closing action at ACI to a less red close into the close was very similar. Analyzing one day is not productive, regardless.
It seems you'd be right. But explain to me then that at the Nasdaq website, Institutional Holdings, showing that fund managers as a group, 4 sold a total of 327,884 shares and 12 were buying a total of 1,021,713 shares. Overall, it is a buy-side bias or would you say the numbers are fraudulent?
Screen name is thirty_percent_factor not multi_alias. Whoever that poster may be, how much is he or she losing or already lost?
teamrep you also replied. I am not selling anywhere close to this low. That should have been clear enough the first time you read it.
You must think that someone thinking of buying PRKR comes to this message board, reads a shareholder POV, and then decides to buy. I doubt if there were or are any in number that do that. But if so the number is small as would be the number of shares. You can say that an appeal to the ruling will fail. Conversely, if an appeal is successful, PRKR will go parabolic. Would you think anyone here is margined? That is highly unlikely. It's close to 100% correct then to say no one will lose more than 100% if this goes to zero. At the same time, an appellate win and this could be over $5 very, very quickly. Risk versus reward and I will continue risking by not selling.
If you or any other shareholder has concerns that motivate one to sell, then they will. There is nothing I can do about that. I am resolute, firm in my waiting for an appellate court ruling regardless of any message, old or new.
"No one knows how the court will rule." That includes you. So tell all the current shareholders they are idiots is your bottom line. O. J. Simpson was acquitted, then found guilty and could be the most well known example of contradicting court rulings. To sell while "The stock is sitting at a 10 year low" would be the idiot's choice IMO.