It will go to zero. There is no income, no assets, and no office. Sell for whatever you can get. I tried to short it, and there were no shares ava9pable to borrow. It is a total house of cards.
It can be shorted, but someone must be willing to lend shares to be sold short. I have had an order on to short the stock for a couple of hours, but it hasn't been filled, as there are no shares available to borrow.
If it is for sure going higher, why can't I short the stock. I have had an order in for quite a while, selling well below the current quoted price, so there must not be any shares available to borrow!
Sprint and Verizon are incapable of handling the multitasking of the new iPhone5. AT&T's network can handle it. T should not have been pulled down with the others.
I got the mail-out, too. A multiple page slick publication that hypes the stock.
Whenever I receive one of these, I always have the same reaction. If the sender thinks it is so great, why don't they spend the thousands the mail-out cost and buy thousands of shares? They would make a fortune, if their prognostications are correct.
I do check out the stock's performance before throwing the brochure away. Down 21%, today. Gee! Maybe we should buy! Nah. I guess I'll feel safer buying MegaMillions tickets.
When IBM surprises upward, it usually jumps up, then sells off for several days. Today, it actually gave a good report, but disappointed a little.
Perhaps it will be up in the next few days. As the second best performing stock in the DOW in the last 4 years, it is entitled ot "breathe in" once in a while. That could well present a good buying point.
Any time MCD goes down this much, I buy. The last time it happened, Vector Vest put a SELL rating on it. I had jumped in and bought a bunch.
Net result? MCD made up the 5% in a week, and I got rid of Vector Vest.
I added to our MCD, today, and am watching for it to go down some more.
The new trucks look super. I am wondering if KW, Peterbilt, Freightliner may make it more difficult for CAT engines to be put into their trucks. By competing with big customers, CAT is "urinating in the soup."
Is the decision strictly up to the customer buying a new truck? If so, this may help CAT grow.
I am in the process of selling 20, and am not worried about getting back in. It would be like trying to get the clap back.
Sunce Scott Schoelzel (sp?) left, the fund is a total dud. My stocks are doing a lot better.
Since Scott Schoelzel (sp?) left, this fund has been a real pig. I am in the process of getting rid of it. When I am out, I will not be upset that I cannot get back in. That would be like getting the clap back!
It also upsets me that Janus has converted the shares held at Janus to Class D shares, meaning they cannot be transferred to my brokerage firm.
Why worry about a split? Most splits actually result in a stock going down. Not the per share value, the market value of all shares.
At the current price, serious investors have no problem buying in round lots.
EDAP is not yet profitable. It is not even in the same league as ISRG, a very profitable and successful company.
When the technology is widely accepted and the company gets a huge share of the market, it may be worth looking into. Until then, it is a lottery ticket.
I was discussing the daVinci with an orthopedic surgeon, one day. He said that he liked being "hands on," and didn't feel that the daVinci would have much of a future, beyond prostates.
There are more and more doctors leaving medical school and residency who are trained on the machines. When they are looking for a place to practice, going where there is no daVinci will not be an option.
I am hoping that ISRG goes down a bit more, so I can buy back in. It is a great company, with an outrageous moat and a very bright future.
It dropped, again, today, on higher than average volume. I expect it will continue to drop, because the momentum players and funds are getting out.
I have been waiting for it to get back below $200, but if it looks like it is bottoming, I want back in.
The stock is doing poorly, not the company. Chartists may be full of baloney, but if they make selling decisions, their impact cannot be denied.
By the way, Fish, I still regard your posts as the best on this board. The people who called you a pumper, a couple of days ago, are idiots. You are loyal, even if you are sometimes wrong. In the long pull, you will be right.
What a great stock! Down to $2.31 from its high of $4.77!
No earnings, but a lot of upside. Just where I want my investing dollars!