Big buyers want IN to this stock at low prices so they put blocks for sale above price in order to accumulate as cheaply as possible. Mostly Retail here, and MMs see every order, not just a few on level two. Stocks always go in three stages: accumulation, markup, distribution. Some add a 4th called topping pattern which often happens. So please relax, have a beer or 3, grab a hold of yourself! Think about what this company is bringing and why on earth would a heavy hitter like Gene even consider working here? One reason only: Luviva and the biophotonic technology is GREAT and will SAVE MONEY for the system. Patients, Doctors, Facilities, and Payors both govrernment and private -- ALL 4 parties benefit greatly from it. And Luviva is just the first!
Listen and watch the Marcum presentation 3 times slowly, Please! I did! Relax, Figg, once the markup campaign begins, right after the next dilutive capital raise, you'll be singing sweet songs of love, L-U-V! In the meantime, please try to not obssess over every bid, ask, and fraction of a penny movement. You will live a longer, happier, life. You are welcome. Feel free to read up at investor village gthp
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.
"hard time" is subject to interpretation of course, and while you and I kept to facts mostly at keekf-iv, he was right about the share price. As for Figgy, I already formed a solid opinion of him - basher in disguise or whiner with high odds on the former. Either way he contributes nothing but noise.
You may not like the large no. of posts at TU but gthp-iv is so much cleaner with little nonsense at all.
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.
Ha, she'll get canned soon as well. I heard bits about it on tv, sounded like she got canned for pushing his hire then paying him millions for 15 months of failure.
She ruined the mb, mail, and finance keeps getting worse. Val girl weak engineer who never qualified for any mgmt job let alone ceo.
Can't speak and on cover of vanity fair....clueless.
Now please search cos. that issued new stock at or above market price! ha ha ha.
How about all the many biowrecks and other cos. that promote their stock then issue at higher prices after fluffy runups? Do those count?
So I gave everyone a Future Headline just like the tv show, early edition...
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.....
The idiot Valgirl got canned and walked away with $58M, ha ha ha, can you say aleebabba? Hilarious she got hired, stayed so long, then milked them silly. Uh, maybe she's not so dumb after all....
much debate, disagreement, about the net and specific effects of HFT but I do not recall it getting large until about 4 or 5 yrs. ago. You may have the last word on the subject. Maybe I didn't get filled due to HFT, no way I could ever know that. I'm very disciplined about my trades so opportunity cost may have hurt me but no way to know or measure if it was HFT that cost me. I don't fret much about things out of my control, I never blame the market or hft or even lying crooks for my losses and/or missed profits. If I get cheated I blame myself for falling for it.
No url! Benign means nothing in there objectionable. The rules read certain symbols like ampersand, dollar sign, may be removed, but I don't think I used any. It just ate it for no reason!
the thread structure is like old yazoo, and when they changed it 1000s screamed. The threads here over 5 long are impossible to follow and yazoo is so buggy, it ate a benign post of mine here today. I read every post at TU so I follow them easily. Easy to click backwards, too. This junk here is mumbo jumbo. To each her own. Not much going on at TU; Smyth on long break, Rbot very busy, that is common, it will have waves up/down. Bunch of Bears there! Most of us met at TZA board.
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"?
My pal just told me: "There's something ringing a bell in the back of my mind about that, but I can't recall any details. There was another deal I recall where a company issued shares at market, with warrants that were at a nice premium. But again, I don't recall who, when, etc.
I'm pretty sure it's happened... but not often..."
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.
Warrants are a gamble, so your point is taken but not at face value. There don't have to be warrants included, either. Every case is unique. I have seen new shares issued above the market price the day of announcment and at the market price, plus I have seen averages used. It hasn't happened to one of my stocks so I don't recall the names. I do hope Guided does a small offering only to bridge themselves short term - not necessarily to CF + from ops.
Lots of factors; sorry I can't remember an example now but I have seen it before, at or just above market price. Maybe I want 1m shares in a new issuance but can't buy them at .48 open market so will pay .50. Plus I can get free warrants; depends on size, terms. They can use a 30-day avg price, whatever two parties agree on is a contract.
It is possible and has happened before. Depends on the size and terms. Hard to buy in size at these prices and tiny volume.
True, I just read rule 144 for the first time recently because of NAVB filings. At the bottom it reads "consult with a securities lawyer" because of so many things in the rule that may not pertain to the specific usage of it.
I posted it at navb OTL at IV.
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.