Look son, I've been in this game, possibly more years than you've been alive and you have to understand that there always has been and always will be games played to try and relieve the average joe investor of their money. The only way you can be successful is to recognize the game and beat take advantage of the games they're playing. The games change from time to time and how the play the game will very but you have to understand what game is being played. Its now trading at $1.44 with a bid of 1.40 and an ask of 1.44. I hate to be condescending but I've found that that's what it takes at times to get it through peoples heads that they're being used. Being all nice and complimentary will not get the job done. So instead of sitting on your computer and trying to put people down you should be figuring out how to profit from the next game being played, whether it be this stock or one of the thousands of others. I suspect you've lost your money and have nothing else to do. Anyway, the action in this stock today has verified the validity of my post yesterday and I rest my case. Now go study your dead cats.
So, I take that to mean that you didn't even try to get any of this stock for $1.11 yesterday. It's $1.40 today. That would have been a 26% gain in one day. Not bad in my book, especially considering the markets have been rather weak. I guess the old saying could apply to you:
I hope people aren't being played for the fool. That is a clear case of wiping out the stop loss orders. Happens too often on these small stocks. Try and get some at low prices. You won't be able to get any because you're not part of the group playing the game. And people should never listen to the used car salesmen on these financial networks. They will tell you that you should always have stop losses in place but quite frankly, that is one of the worst things a person can do. Don't do it an they can't cheat you. That rule applies to both large and small stocks although its easier to cheat people on smaller stocks. So I don't care if you're buying Apple or Lantronix, never use a stop loss. If bad news comes out of any company, it won't help you anyway. If you sell its going to be after the price has crashed because the price will gap well below your stop loss price anyway. Nobody will pay you that price.