been invested with cycc for years and through a few reverse splits. have seen a lot of hopefuls spin positive and negative comments here for quite sometime. company/management bashers have come and gone with new arrivals to board daily. luckily, I have taken profit at times when I could and loaded up on the days of doom/gloom when I could. "if" cycc can survive, as is, or if it ever breaks a dollar again, without a 3rd reverse split, I will be both shocked and pleased. hopefully, I will still be around by that time otherwise my heirs will enjoy the fruits of my labor. my opinion and best of success
remember Dell, Xerox, etc. these old tech companies eventually fell below $10 and struggled for a long time--dell eventually went private. owning a stock like this especially in a restructuring process is like watching paint dry. how low will it go you ask? who knows? its dead money for a long while even at the current valuation and dividend (if not cut at some point). my opinion
yes. be patient. some think today is a good entry point and foolishly rush in, but HPQ still has room to fall. Anything below $10 is worth the buy for a hold with a $15 sell target. my opinion.
need it to track back to above $90 before I can get excited again, but enjoying the small rewards and success's on the way back. my buys on the lows have been met with some small but nice gains acting as a another dividend type source. fyi---I am a long "prisoner" of APA for at least 10 years.
agree. I remember when the initial rumor came out about the K+S interest and POT shot up above $31. Of course, I sold the news and reduced position at that time. (just luck I guess). I think $19's is a critical support point so maybe any new rumors might create another spike, my opinion
holding nicely above $100. shorts covering trying to drop it, but not working. looking for another breakout to above $120. my opinion
agree about yet to bottom, but think it will fall below $15 even though they announced the dividend for payout in Feb. those holding for dividend will pretty much get pounded on value near term. my opinion
with cycc I have learned not to expect anything but a worse case scenario. I was fortunate to prosper after the last reverse split especially when they drove it up to $8 a share to which I had accumulated a good amount of shares below .50 cents back then, but quickly took principal and some profit off the table. at this point its kind of like a "will lightning strike twice" in the same place scenario? my feeling is no. bottom line, I will continue to expect the worse case scenario philosophy . my opinion and best of success to you.
the problem is a lot of posters on this board feel they will do another reverse split and then dilute. but, I am not so sure this time and feel a delist may be the direction. however, I have already reduced a good amount of my all profit position with cycc so really does not matter to me. I have said I will not sell any more of my shares but if they do delist, I will request that my broker send me my paper shares so I can use for a cool wall paper in my home office. my opinion