What will be missed is that you are making a stand now for $10 per share; even as quickly as 3 months from now. Message boards tend to be very short term as to readers' attention span. Your prediction will soon be forgotten. But looking at a 3 month chart the downside in mid-March is showing support as the chart has moved forward into the present. It's a bullish looking chart, short term. Extrapolate the chart to 3 years, it'll take time and quite a few quarters to affirm this moving above $3. Long term, I wouldn't rule out $10, however.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Actually a gap fill around 97/98 seems possible. Probability is low considering some must be waiting for that 92 gap fill on a 6 month chart.
SAPX 75 million in volume yesterday, up 33%. Healthsouth was pink sheet listed. March 26, 2003, Birmingham Business Journal
HealthSouth shares close at 11 cents on Pink Sheets exchange - a 10 year chart is available at the Nasdaq website. HLS shares were never restructured, unlike General Motors.
Disclosure: I own SAPX - a bit more than 100,000 shares.
Hadn't seen anyone using a 600 day moving average before. The shift to mobile and away from PCs was not in effect to the extent it is today. Granted Intel is late to the game. But the issue isn't that big of an obstacle. Intel is heading to $25. That price point isn't what moves the near term. The programmed trading platforms of the institutions will back & fill and back & fill as they trade for free shares. Decent returns in this stock will take several months at least. Intel represents a tech value play of high quality, IMHO.