Ha, his parents must be so very proud! King of a yahoo msg board, high honor indeed...and all this time I thought it was figgy the dead horse beater, rear-view mirror looker.
Sea I have to admit that GME was correct about keek being "stuck in the mud for a while". It needs news and a cheerful ER/CC. We both gave him a hard time about it.
No, the one about my cousin who digs Luviva. She studied it and bought some shares. Managed care expert, post is at IV where they have GREAT message boards.....
Sea, that has happened to me many times, either because of size-matching or because mine was aon or both. Or, it could have been funny biz! Do you know biz means boobs in a language that isn't english?
Why haven't we seen you at TU, are you mad 'cause I told ya to "get the facts"?
Ha ha, oh yeah? Well low rates sure have propped up many weak companies and their stocks, so there!
I'll ask a pal, maybe he can recall one or two. btw, Fact is someone just bought a few of this dog.
Why would they use a HF? They can go small, as needed, and lots of people have money nowadays, don't need a big insti.
No Sea, that has always been true since they went to penny increments, before HFT got large. This is the difficulty of typing rather than talking -- HFT do not affect ME 'cause I use limit orders and own NO mutual funds.
HFT DO affect MF investors, 'cause MF get shafted on it somewhat. Worst they can do to me is cost me a penny per share each trade and I usually don't fight over pennies anyway. The MM in the article I read about 6 yrs ago quit because he can't make a living on tiny fractions of a cent. Maybe my pension suffers a bit from HFT but those managers suck anyway and my pension is small relatively speaking.
Oh. I agree about holycow's statement. Maybe I can bid .455, I never tried it on this stock. I will now to learn if it's allowed. I posted my eaten post at IV where the website is great, not total junk like this one. True what I wrote about MMs jumping in front of bids/asks for .99, .01, and that usually tells where the stock goes next, a very very short term indicator. They see all the orders, even aon, whereas L2 shows a sample-only near the front and few in the back.
I agree. Not sure why you ponder such a thing. MMs are there to provide liquidity, esp. with a otcbb stock that trades such tiny volumes. Retail brokers don't allow (mostly) bids/asks at 2 decimals of a cent. I can bid or ask 46.5 but not 46.99, so when I see a print .99 I know it's an MM scalping to make some money while providing liquidity. e.g. if there are no sellers and a buyer bids .48 an MM with no inventory may short it there to make a market.
With volume so low I believe the Market Makers are the ones on the ask, and they need to be careful sellers/shorters with the outlook for the company now. I suspect most of the volume has a MM on one side of the trade.
Investors look forward and may well be willing to buy into a new issuance at 50c or more. Size should be small, if they decide to issue new shares. Warrants may be above 50c if needed. It's all about the return on invested capital after the cost of capital, Business 101. Debt can also be good if they earn a good return on the money invested. Pay 10%, earn 15% after tax, for example. That's why I keep saying market cap is tiny, no. of shares is under 80m fully diluted now.
Oh more news, fool -- Edfiggy is a basher pretending to be a concerned long with a large position. You? You're here to show us new levels of stupid. Congrats.
dumbest math example I've ever read. Hey you slackers, I only got 5 thumbs down, my record is 6, you can beat that! I demand 7 thumbs down for this post!
Well said, or typed, GME. They should be able to earn a good return on the invested capital. No. of shares out isn't so large and market cap is tiny still. No guarantees they'll succeed but I like the odds here over the next 6-12 months.
Ed you moron, I posted my opinions which may have changed somewhat since the ER and CC. I told you to read everything so you'll know the current situation and plans. I should have left you on ignore, my bad. I tell it like I see it, good or bad, on stocks I'm long of. I didn't notice any change in pay for Mark, he should not be paid CEO pay for technical sales, service. The co. obviously has a plan for capital needs, but there has not been any new cap raise recently.