There's big news coming everyday! Thats how this scam works.
Let me know when they're making money. LOL
Put down the Koolaid, you've had enough. All evidence seems to be suggesting the run up was manipulation and investor wishful thinking.
Is there a reason you didnt address the authors staements of:
Clean Energy continues to report disappointing earnings with q4 gallons delivered only growing 13%.
Earnings estimates for 2014 and 2015 continue to plunge.
The worse part of the scenario is the dramatic increase in expected losses for 2015. Analysts now expect at least a $0.51 loss during the year with the low estimate reaching $0.74. The 2015 expected loss is even larger than the $0.44 loss reported for 2013. Typically stocks struggle to show gains when the net loss declines over a two-year period. The number is likely to continue trending towards a higher loss with more analysts adjusting numbers after the recent earnings release.
I thought he brought up some points any investor should be considering.
Will this return to $5 Monday?
Apple customer relationship is really just a one-time, non-exclusive licensing contract signed with Pixelworks, of which ~80% of its value has already been recognized as revenue in 2013.
Activist shareholder Becker Drapkin (PXLW largest shareholder) has systemically lowered its position and has contracted Tourmaline Partners to begin selling its 10% ownership stake starting…well today, March 7th.
Excluding the Apple revenue, Pixelworks' core business from 2012 to 2013 saw its revenue drop 33% from $59.7M to $40.0M and net income drop 200% further into the negative.
Will the sell off continue Monday?
Its succeeded in getting you to drink the Koolaid maybe. Its bleeding cash and headed for a third reverse split. Its stock price is stalled and more and more people are realizing its a scam.
Next split will be the third 10 to 1 reverse split for this company. History has a way of repeating itself
Why, the company has done nothing wrong. Investors were just involved in wishful thinking and bid the pps up insanely.
What is it you want investigated specifically?
No real hard numbers, ... just a lot of conjecture. Great story, which people seem a little too eager to jump on? Think I'll wait a few days on this one, as I hate to buy at the top.
LIVE states it is their policy not to comment on rumor that Facebook, Groupon, Microsoft, and IBM are in a bidding war to acquire the unique Livedeal platform.
You do have to put up more than $25 to short a $25 stock.
In a short sale transaction, the investor borrows shares and sells them on the market in the hope that the share price will decrease and he or she will be able to buy them back at a lower price. The proceeds of the sale are then deposited into the short seller's margin account. Because short selling is essentially the selling of stocks that are not owned, there are strict margin requirements. This margin is important, as it is used for collateral on the short sale to better insure that the borrowed shares will be returned to the lender in the future.
While the initial margin requirement is the amount of money that needs to be held in the account at the time of the trade, the maintenance margin is the amount that must be in the account at any point after the initial trade.
Under Regulation T, the Federal Reserve Board requires all short sale accounts to have 150% of the value of the short sale at the time the sale is initiated. The 150% consists of the full value of the short sale proceeds (100%), plus an additional margin requirement of 50% of the value of the short sale. For example, if an investor initiates a short sale for 1,000 shares at $10, the value of the short sale is $10,000. The initial margin requirement is the proceeds $10,000 (100%), along with an additional $5,000 (50%), for a total of $15,000.
Maintenance margin requirement rules for short sales add a protective measure that further improves the likelihood that the borrowed shares will be returned. In the context of the NYSE and NASD, the maintenance requirements for short sales are 100% of the current market value of the short sale, along with at least 25% of the total market value of the securities in the margin account. Keep in mind that this level is a minimum, and it can be adjusted upward by the brokerage firm. Many brokerages have higher maintenance requirements of 30-40%.
Big money is actively avoiding this stock. There are dozens of companies with offers, and most have mobile.
ie Google Offers, etc. Research the competition, before this scam bites you.