I'm with you re outrageous compensation packages, but you lost me when you wrote "options way below market" unless you are referring to the practice of adjusting the exercise price lower, which I don't believe is that prevalent (but disgusting IMO).
"People are starting to accumulate for updates..."
You don't really believe what you wrote, do you? OR...are you really that STUPID?
Do you find it strange that, besides you, only the rebutters of PUMP posts are posting here?
Despite your valiant PUMPING efforts, do you find it strange that the total value of ppch trades thus far today is only about 700 bucks?
In other words, your incessant PUMPING is not working.
The jig is up...time to move on to your next victim
So have you actually consumed "The half-rotten pesticide soaked weeds that wal mart passes off as produce is not only bad tasting..."
For the record, I have been in a WMT store once, about 15 years ago when I had a few minutes to waste before visiting a customer that was located in the vicinity. I was curious!
I didn't buy anything.
"The half-rotten pesticide soaked weeds that wal mart passes off as produce is not only bad tasting..."
Given what you wrote, is it fair to assume you employed some "Peter Lynch" research and actually bought and consumed some organic produce from WMT?
Pay date was the 10th.
With Fidelity, my reinvested shares were bought three trading days earlier, on the 5th @ 123.3426 (gotta love the four decimals), so that the buy settles on payment date.
"The 60min chart here is starting ..."
Blah, Blah, Blah...
I see THREE trades have occurred today:
9:30:00 500 about 100 bucks
9:30:25 300 shares or about 60 bucks
9:30:31 1600 shares or about 320 bucks
AND you are writing about a "60min chart"
You are really stretching things.
Is your family proud of your "profession"
How do you become a professional PUMPER.
Your posts are making an embarrassment of YOU.
STAY AWAY FROM ppch
Now you're responding to posts "written" Jun 2 by a deceased pumper.
Very imaginative, as are your posts.
Again, are you published?
I'm not convinced that the company is behind this massive PUMP attack.
ppch could be a "victim" as well.
IMO, one or more unscrupulous individuals seek out their prey; for example, an illiquid stock such as ppch that HADN'T TRADED FOR MONTHS, and then PUMP the heck out of it via MULTIPLE ids.
Until I see evidence that ppch is involved in pumping its shares, I have nothing against ppch, I just am repulsed by unethical PUMPERS.
That said, I agree, anyone who follows a PUMPER's "advice".....
And yet, with your (and others--or are all the PUMPER IDs related to the same PUMPER???) incessant pumps across countless YahooFinance message boards, and presumably other outlets as well, this "jewel" is barely trading. Very confounding (not really).
Since you are predisposed to recycling "information"...
"Pumpin', I'm a goin' home. Whoa whoa baby, back where I belong,
Back home, sit down and patch my bones, and get back pumpin' on.
Hey now get back pumpin' home."
(Apologies to The Grateful Dead)
"...it looks like we could see 3 green days in a row here!"
NOT SO FAST PUMPERBOY!!!
Let's review today's trade:
There were SIXTEEN ppch trades today; I figure the value of all trades was approx. a WHOPPING $8,000. Wow.
Last trade was on the bid side, a sale of 10,000 shares @ .2003 time stamped 15:12:02.
You say "low float", I say LOW volume!
"...in reality some of these people held the stock from 38 down to 8 and back to 42 today."
In reality, I bought USB three times, all before the low close of 8.82 on 6/6/09.
I am always fully invested and have been for a few decades*.
When I sell a position, my challenge is to to find a "better" investment (since I am fully invested).
I have not sold any USB shares and have reinvested my divs. Let's go to the tape, shall we?
First buy 2/17/06 Total Return: 78.74% v SPX 80.81% v (15.55%) S&P 500 Financials Index
Second buy 1/4/07...45.95% v 62.41% v (26.97%)
Last buy 1/8/08....66.55% v 60.18% v (5.87%)
Not all buys were for the same amount; mix all buys together and according to my brokerage statement, my return for my USB position, in my ROTH, is 71.55%.
*While I used to rely on assumptions of how "well" my portfolio had been doing, starting in 1994 I created a spreadsheet to accurately account for my returns. I use VTSAX, Vanguard's Total Market Index, as my benchmark. Some years I have done better than VTSAX and others not so, but the variance has not been that great either way. While I enjoy investing in individual equities (current count: 27--yes, I "know" too many), I concluded some time ago, that my best approach is to primarily invest in VTSAX, and I have been doing just that for some time. Including my 401K, which does not have an index fund option, total market funds represent 26.8% of all my holdings and that number will be increased rather dramatically within the next few months.
These "three" posters, I mean PUMPERS were so "positive" on this PUMPED stock. "They" wrote a flurry of PUMPS, but before you could say "stockmastertalk", they vanished. What's up with that???
blueskybreakout: 5/22/14 - 6/2/14
otctandrel: 5/18/14 - 6/3/14
chartguy: 1/7/14 - 6/2/14
I loved how chartguy attempted chart analysis on ppch.