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wazapnin 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 8, 2014 4:18 PM Member since: May 26, 2008
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    i still get mystified

    by iamgarce Dec 8, 2014 4:04 PM
    wazapnin wazapnin Dec 8, 2014 4:18 PM Flag

    Come on, Garce, what's so mystifying about a day where we have 0 trades for nearly the first 2 hours, only to see the stock fall more than 12% before recovering a little, all on volume that proves to be 50% more than average. Now if we had news, THAT would be mystifying!

  • Rock / All,
    When was the last time that we saw such low volume the day after earnings?

    Yesterday afternoon, no Ah action, and today just a pub crawl. Even scammy seems be checking his diaper for soiling, as the hush is still upon us. Garce might repeat his belief that EMAN is "a development company", but with the last two years of difficulties, the eM SP has obviously become a 'show me the growth / profit' situation as well, a little boy in big boy clothes.

    Still today's anticlimactic post earnings action sends a message of support and confidence that's worth noting. It might have flushed some weak hands like Bill and the dog walker, but one man's crud is another's castle.

    My guess is that when we finally move to the low three's --- on high volume And for no apparent reason, our day trading spill will float away while real players fill the decks.

    Now, as the fog continues to cloak the SS, it's back to the hull and a round of Pinochle.

  • Reply to

    From ACE's blog, I'm not surprised are you?

    by jimmye123 Oct 22, 2014 12:49 PM
    wazapnin wazapnin Oct 22, 2014 2:48 PM Flag

    Hey Jimmy,
    England has a long history of the half-penny, Jimmy. Perhaps it was originally invented by day traders back during the era.

    Known as HFDT or Strongmen, they were salt of the earth traders, and in a sense, became the SIPs of their day. The NBBO's that they controlled often proved quite lucrative, as competition was more by physical means, if you catch my drift. By the way, the only black out these HFDT'ers experienced was after over imbibing the fruits of their labor. There was no bell to begin and end the session.

    Just the same, today's HFT's play the game in a much similar way, just with more abbreviated names for monikers. But while you and ACY ponder over how you couldn't pick up shares for a penny or a nickel less,
    my lemonade got a little colder and the hammock awaits.

  • Reply to

    inventory and product revenue margin?

    by rafal232 Oct 7, 2014 9:04 AM
    wazapnin wazapnin Oct 7, 2014 2:39 PM Flag

    Be sure to order a double :)
    EMAN could use one any day now.

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