In hysite your math is about right and than I can ask myself could I should I would I ?
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70 grand it may sound lots of money but it would be insane for me to move in and out with 95 thousand shares anyhow. It took me more than 6 month to accumulate my shares do to the low volume averaging 1.88 p/s
Trading in and out with a small position (let say 15-20 thousand shares) would not make a big difference to the bottom line even if I would do it successfully. I'm greedy and I'm here for a million at least not for 70 grand.
Long as the fundamentals are strong I have no worries. I don't care what Raju has done or failed to do in the past. I do like that he turned a money losing company around to be profitable at the time when India's economy is still struggling.
Do you really think that institutions will not return if SIFY gonna show 2 more profitable quarters ?
Wall Street and the guys with deep pockets are much smarter than that.
Good luck to you with your trades. I'm not that smart.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Then you will be out from this stock much sooner than me because I want 12-15 bucks for my shares and that will not happen earlier than a year or two in my estimate. The difference between your thinking and mine is that you like many others on this board will be here over and over again year after year trading in and out from this stock with few thousand shares but when I'm out with my 95 thousand shares @ 12-15 bucks p/s I'm intending to retire and never look back.
Is no Institutional ownership over here therefore is no support and the stock is haven for shorts & manipulators right now but that doesn't bother me because I'm not looking for a quick buck, I'm over here for the big money and that takes time and lots of patience.
I don't know to many stocks with the potential of 7x-8x return in about 1 to 2 years but this is what I'm seeing over here. For sure this is just my opinion.
Good luck to you.
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Right now the shorts and manipulators are in control over here but their days are numbered if the company remains profitable.
In my opinion is a potential to have a 7-8 bagger on this stock in less than 2 years if the Indian economy gonna recover.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Trading in and out from stocks is not my thing, I never was very successful on that. I prefer to hold long term positions having a price target on that particular stock and if I reach my target I'm out and I never look back. My target on SIFY as now is 12-15 bucks and I don't care if it ganna take 2-3 years to get there. In my opinion SIFY will do very well if the Indian economy will recover. Is just matter of time and patience. The stock is a roller coaster right now but the price movement from a day to another doesn't bother me at all. I let the traders worry about that because most of the time they are missing out on the big gain anyhow.
I have no doubts that SIFY has a shady past but I'm impressed on on what they accomplished in the present. In my opinion is a achievement hard to beat to bring this money losing company on a path of profitability now when India's economy is in trouble.
If they can make money in a such a harsh economy when businesses are cutting back instead of expending I'm guessing that they goanna do exceptionally well when India's economy is bumming. This is the risk that I'm taking.
My only comment is that if SIFY makes money and remains profitable is no doubt in my mind that institutions will return in hurry very soon. Wall Street is very forgiving for the company's past if somebody with deep pockets feels that money can be made.
The big guys don't give a d@mn on what Raju done yesterday if they feel that they can make money on what Raju is doing today.
And what is a better prove that he is doing the right thing right now than bringing up a money losing company to be profitable one ?
This is my bet on my 95 thousand shares.
Just wait couple of more quarters and you will see that the past doesn't count no more.
For sure there are lots of Bill Ackman type of greedy scavengers on Wall Street who are trying to bring down even good companies like he tried to bring down Herberlife.
To bad that for small companies nobody with deep pockets shows up like billionaire Carl Icahn did for Herberlife and the low life parasites of the Wall Street can have their way making millions on the expense of the retail investors.
With all this said I'm happy with my investment in SIFY averaging $1.88 on 95 thousand shares hoping that one day I will cash out and retire with the money I made jus on this stock alone.
Seems to me that the dumping never ends over here. On any spike somebody is dumping truck loaded of shares. Is bizarre what is happening over here because I'm not seeing any major institutional ownership on this stock. I doubt very much that is the retail investor particularly after 3 profitable quarters in the roll and the stock is not trading much above its 52 week lows.
It is possible that some Wall Street hyenas are taking short positions all the time when the stock is popping figuring that without Institutional ownership the stock can be manipulated to their own discretion without no risk at all ?
Something is fishy over here in my opinion .
Any intelligent thoughts ? Lest sick to who is selling please if you have any ideas.
I was wrong predicting the close @ 2.48 but your prediction turned out much worse than mine.
With all this said i can't see what else caused the dramatic sell-off other than a quick profit taking.
Quarterly revenue rose by 22% to approximately 2,505 million rupees, or approximately $40.7 million, beating analysts' expectations for sales of $38.88 million. Meanwhile, Sify turned in a net profit of 111 million rupees, or roughly $1.8 million, compared to a net loss of 57 million rupees in the same year ago period -- that is, when you exclude its massive one-time gain this time last year from the exit of its MF Global Sify Securities India affiliate.
Go SIFY long & strong
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Shake out. Weak hands are gone.
Will close @ 2.48
Stay long and strong.