and no different than the rest of the crooks in Congress. Not a servant of the average citizen and taxpayers but the lackey of Super Capital and Wall Street swindlers that sponsor them and buy their office.
You are too nervous and expecting very short term results. What you see is a normal short term behavior after a capital raise. The market price usually, but not always, goes below the capital raise price which is what is happening here and don't be surprised if it goes much lower. All of this will reverse if the merger is successful and as a result there is cost cutting, improved efficiency and expansion. I have been wrong on guessing the short term movement but at this stage any drop in the price cries for a buy and that is what I am doing, reducing my average and waiting for the reversal.
Not just Morgan Stanley but many other institutions have increased their holdings. Who do you think has been accumulating this stock past several months at these cheap prices? Not just me alone for sure. They know that a good deal is on the Horizon. Of course, our Charlie Chan impostor, Chief Detective Egghead, is also investigating Morgan Stanley.
That is what Paid Bashers like yourself told me last time when I accumulated down to $1.20s and sold as high as $4.80s.
Thanks for the warning. But whenever and wherever you bash a Chinese small cap it usually goes the opposite direction of your claim. So I take this as a good sign.
Our Charlie Chan imposter, Chief Detective Egghead, and in his role as Posterboy and other clowns is a management lackey bashing for a management buyout on the cheap. Humpty Dumpty continues to claim that the price will go down to $1.00 or even $0.50 and I am looking forward to buy that cheap but they can't manage what they have been promising. Chief Detective Egghead crying fraud and scam is nothing but a management lackey and a fraud. He claims he is investigating the CEO Scam but he is part and parcel of the same Scam-- the Cheap Buyout Scam. We all know that eventually they will have to pay at least better than the cash per share value for a buyout.
Thanks for the comment asa6e. Paid Bashers that post against me, often using multiple names, or follow me from board to board, somehow foolishly believe that I carry lots of influence and think by bashing and discrediting me they can prevent others from buying the stock or scare them into selling it. Nevertheless, as you can see I never express a buy or sell sentiment or recommend a stock though I always candidly express my own views and actions about a stock. As you have indicated, GURE has great potential and we shall soon see some of it realized.
I had added 30,000 shares below $1.10 while back and 10,000 more today. This move appears to be INTL related but we are also approaching the earnings which should show increased sales and improved financials in addition to pending resolution of the lawsuits which have taken so long. It may go lower but I intend to hold till and the end of the year.
for me. If it goes lower I buy some. If it goes higher I sell some. The lower it goes the higher is my profit margin but the higher it goes also the higher my profit margin. I am so confident about GURE that I would mortgage the farm to buy shares. But I don't have to. My profits from GURE pay for all the GURE shares I buy. I took out nice profit at $2.41 today by selling those cheap shares I bought. If it goes down again I buy and win again. If it goes higher I sell and win again. Can't get better. How Sweet It Is.
". . . the company has six months to bring its share price and the average share price back above $1."
In addition to this six months the company can request an extension in order to become complaint. In the past many companies have been non-complaint for more than a year.