Right now it is unclear why insiders sold. We won't know for a while and we may never find out. If the reasons insinders sold is not related to fundamentals of the business, then all is good.
You and others cannot understand how the SA article could bring gale down by 20% because you are too focused on the article. The article alone didn't have that much impact. Other important factors that contributed to the downfall include heavy insider selling and the exit of the swing traders. The one and only factor that caused me to sell everything was inside selling. I just got in last week and as soon as I learned about more insiders exit, I sold all for 2% loss.
Go pound huy. None of your posts explains how executives would benefit from selling out early. In fact you intentionally avoid the topic and ousted a bunch of useless posts.
Huy08 and captaink62 are one and the same yahoo, trying to verify each other. Orange chicken soup is the correlation, how does that sound?
Don't bs captain. Point us to the research that supports the correlation or go pound
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Since you don't understand why soda keeps going down, you should not invest in it. Sell soda and invest in a different stock that goes up and makes you money. The sooner you do that, the better you are better off
Soda will not get beyond $58 for a long while. It only has a few more quarters of growth left. Then it will drop like a rock once it's growth slows or stops. Make sure you take profits (if any) before 2014 is out
Growth rate = 30, pe should be 30. Yeah only in theory. Apple growth rate is 30 and it is now trading under 15 PE. Soda growth rate 30, but does not mean it will trade at 30 pe. It will continue to stay under 20
I can tell that you spoke from your investment experience especially from the risk perspective. So many so-called investors lost money because they made rosy and only rosy asaumptions and let them run wild. They have no idea what risks are and don't want to hear a word about it because the word risk hurts them
You used the term CASHED IN, which meant sold. Thank you for confirming that insiders indeed sold sharea