Weak hands are pretty much gone but you are correct on a low float like this they need to scare people out of their shares.
Look at the options and that tells the real story.
Lots of money made over the last month so a sell off on a downgrade on a red red day seems okay to me.
Cannot find any cheap options though they are still pricey.
Wow that's about 1 trillion you made this year.
Soon you can pay off the US debt, sadly they want real money not imaginary money from posters who are off their meds.
Correct, Piper even mentioned this in their upgrade they also said that Apple is going to use the material in many more places.
Solar, ipad etc.
From my understanding they manage rr cars for some co's and lease some of their own I hope they do not buy them, leasing is much better use of cash.
3 to 5 , can you explain that considering Apple is a partner with them and already stated that they want to to use the material in many more places?
That tells me solar, imac, airmac, ipad, jumbo ipad....
Note the statement going to deploy on a wider scale and built in a p-ship, this is Apples baby.
Shares of GT Advanced Technologies (NASDAQ: GTAT) were trading higher Tuesday morning following a positive report by analysts at Piper Jaffray.
Mike Ritzenthaler of Piper Jaffray resumed coverage of GT Advanced Technologies with an Overweight rating and $23 price target.
The analyst recommends owning shares of GT into the upcoming iPhone 6 introduce. Shares are expected to react "sharply" to newsflow about the company's sapphire content in the upcoming iPhone.
GT announced earlier this month that its Arizona sapphire manufacturing facility , built in partnership with Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), is nearly complete.
According to Appleinsider, Apple is "expected to soon deploy the hard material on a wider scale."
According to Ritzenthaler's report, only the 64 GB version of iPhone 6 may contain sapphire. The analyst is expecting 30 percent of all iPhones sold in the third and fourth quarter may contain sapphire.
Shares of GT were trading higher by 3.2 percent at $18.52 Tuesday morning.
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Amazing, guess the market is figuring out what we all saw last year.
Long term I wouldn't be surprised to see us bought because the real value besides the sand is the rr cars and infrastructure and contrac
What is the exchange rate for 1 trillion yen into US dollars?