Oh really, you didn't say this school has problems then what do you call this and I quote, "There is not a single problem that is not being addressed." Apparently you are so brain damaged from your massive losses in this stock that you don't know what you're saying. C'mon neophyte gambler.... man up and tell us how much you lost as this stock as you averaged down from 120 LOL.
Moron? I think I do understand why it has fallen from over 120 dollars a share down to a penny stock. In your own words its a school with a lot of problems. The real MORON is you the sucker who believed all was well. No doubt a big cheerleader for this stock who has lost his A $ $ and is now groveling on a message board in hopes people will buy into this problem school and help you recapture some of your massive lose. Yeah everyone here knows who the real MORON loser really is. its you.
is such an excellent instutition of higher learning why is it having all the problems its having and why has the stock price fallen from over $120 dollars down to penny stock status? If nothing else it sure is one heck of a bad investment or should I say gamble.
boardman _o......your logic is skewed. Other schools failures don't give FP schools a free pass and when you RECRUIT someone with SALESPEOPLE and charge high prices you should be held to higher standards.
The truth is many people in college don't belong there. Raising standards would keep the idiots out who are only going to make their lives worse with the debt burdens they incur and help the tax payers as well.
You must be very naive if you believe these for profit schools are going to abandon their professional sales staffs because they are the fuel that runs the engine, and professionally trained counselors with with financial incentives sounds like a contradiction in terms.
Should they be shut down....maybe? At the least they should have to raise their entrance standards along with all their other standards from enrolling the students to graduation to employment.
Yeah but did you have some professionally trained salesperson try to convince you to go to your school. When you have that situation all the standards for that type of school should have the bar raised for what happens to their students from graduation to employment.
Good for those who graduate but really how many do actually make it? Those that don't are saddled with huge loans to pay off and that is no improvement for their lives.
After watching what this is doing today I we haven't seen the bottom. I think we will test that low if not today over the next couple days. Just my opinion.
You may be correct. It appears the selling has slowed. I usually like to see it test the low at least once but this has been beaten down so badly there is a good chance we won't. The low was 26.05 from what I'm seeing.
slip_60 About 6 years ago I did what you are asking tfitz to do. I visited a hospital in Virginia that I heard had EECP. When I first ask where the EECP treatments were done no one seemed to know what I was talking about. Then when I told them a little more about it one of the nurses said oh yeah that's the machine up on the the 3rd floor.
Upon getting there a very helpful enthusiastic nurse answered all my questions and was telling me about how much it helped people. Almost like some kind a set up an elderly women showed up who had been through EECP with a small gift for the nurse and staff. Needless to say she was extremely happy with her results, so obviously EECP is of great benefit to many people, unfortunately for the entire life of this company it hasn't been the same for the investors and I'm not sure it ever will be. I blame the medical profession for that. Why prevent or cure something when you can treat it or operate and make a small fortune. I know I'm jaded.
You are correct. It was under 7 dollars so that would have been yesterday. I'm still glad I didn't get any, but will be watching it. I read the long winded diatribe. The person who wrote it being anonymous certainly would lead me to think they have an agenda.
I see a bid and ask are at 3.43 and 3.47. After hours trades are over 272K with a high of 3.48 and a low of 3.20. If this is all some kind of manipulation because of a seeking alpha article then the government needs to look into seeking alpha,
I tried to make a trade on scottrade a few days back and it would not execute they said because you now have to go through a broker to do it. The cost is the same to trade it. I thought about buying a few thousand shares after hours but reconsidered. I'm a bit concerned with this kind of action that this stock could be halted from trading. Been there done that never want to see it again. That stock went grey sheets and never recovered.
Now I'm glad I didn't buy the other day considering the huge drop. With that said I will be watching the trading the next few days because this could be an excellent buying opportunity.
Likely test the August lows before moving higher. In the meantime the markets will just thrash around looking for direction. Considering the huge move up over the last several trading days IMO SDS offers traders an excellent chance to pick up some quick profits over the next few days.