I'm with you-- I must have the worst friggin luck! This really is a rich mans casino-- they can afford to 'play' the market while us hopefuls get little to nothing.
Reflections On Plug Power: Past, Present And Future by Henrik Alex
This article was published on Mon, Sep. 21, 4:38 PM ET
Yet another, very long article just out that is negative PLUG-- will it never end!
That was a once in a life time lucky investment which I missed out on. I purchased 8,000 shares (1 k worth) at 0.125/share and when my investment quadrupled (4 K) I cashed out. Had I waited and cashed out at 11.50/share I would have made 92 K! Had I also invested 4x that--which I almost did-- I would have made 368 K! 4 K turned into 368 K! Woulda,shoulda, coulda! Of course it didn't happen but it's hard not to think what could have been and oh, so close. Others, however, made millions. Of course, buying a stock at 12.5 cents per share is extremely risky and it could have easily went bankrupt so hence the reason I dared not to gamble at that time. That opportunity is definitely gone, the share price would have to be like 100/share in order to make such money. It's always easier to make lots of money when a stock is in the cents rather than in the dollars per share range.
As much as I wish you were right in regard to the SEC the chances of them doing anything about the short selling is wishful thinking-- I cannot begin to tell you how many stocks I have followed and the same thing has been going on for years and they all say the same thing-- when the SEC does something about it. Hope I'm wrong but fear I'm not. Good luck to you!
I wonder if anything will come of it . . .
What gives-- this seems really odd and concerning.
I though it had a lot going for it and there's nothing in the news-- I feel like they at=re hunkered down waiting for the deluge of selling to end. Give us some promising news-- silence is a killer in times like these and it rattles the very core of long investors.
I guess I should have known from the history of such quarterlies. I'm particularly shocked at how low it went to day, I mean 15%, really?! Hi Tomlin!