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Orion Group Holdings, Inc. (ORN)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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4.6600+0.0200 (+0.43%)
As of 2:05PM EDT. Market open.
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  • R
    Ronald
    CFO stepping down. Strange as things supposedly improving.
  • D
    D
    Nice move up.
    How much does it move down with profit taking
    tomorrow, may buy some more.
  • S
    Sanayet
    It goes slowly by tomorrow opening and hopefully will move huge
    Bullish
  • S
    Stan
    Boom. Big upward swing tomorrow. Glad I bought a week ago.
  • F
    FS
    Holding long!
  • D
    David
    I sold everything this week at over 6 plus , I will buy back next week again, owned for a while wanted to lock in some profit ,think even with contracts it is future earnings but we need to show earnings now then it will move up so Ill be back in this week are time is coming, but in big Bitfarms, Mogo, Riot Hive and Mara want to make money next three month Bitcoin will go crazy
  • R
    Ronald
    Is this company a farce? Good on paper, but in truth in trouble.
  • G
    Geeksonpatrol
    Anyone else buying today?
    DOW down 614
  • B
    Booleansearcher
    Looking forward to more strength here as the small cap sector regains its footing. Boolean
  • R
    Ronald
    Contracts for new work keep coming and stock keeps tanking.
    Puzzling
  • R
    Ronald
    Slow and constant slide.
  • R
    Ronald
    4 contracts announced today worth 61 million Nd stock goes up 6 cents.
    What a joke.
  • R
    Richard
    Just keep adding.
  • J
    Jakester
    A few quarters ago, ORN had the wind to its back and now is facing head winds. No surprise that B. Riley downgraded its stock today.

    Industry peers like GLDD performing exceptionally well, and so ORN's lack of growth and low profitability problems seems to be company specific.
  • R
    Ronald
    Great contract awarded and more to come.
  • j
    jond
    Hurricane Ida should drum up some business for this company.
  • R
    Ronald
    What is causing the consistent selling? Anybody?
  • C
    Corey
    I was in on this before the tragedy for a large sum of money. This was on the fast track to give back at least 50% of that money before the tragedy. It was one of those few for sure short term investments out there. My buy in average was $2.76.

    Then the tragedy happened. Something I would never even think about thinking about when placing my money somewhere, and the stock took a hit. I got out just on time for a small profit. My reasoning to get out, all made sense. The bad publicity this company would get. The employee unrest that would be sure to follow. The potential employee wages going up. The lawsuit...etc...etc...

    I still didn't want to be done with the company, because the value was just still so blatantly obvious, so I took some of my income stocks off of DRIP, and would instead put those dividends into ORN, building up position slowly.

    About a week ago I had some extra money to put into the market, and after looking at numerous companies, I just kept circling back to Orion. The value is still just astoundingly great. The dust seems to have settled a little bit.

    I'm back in. There's still a cloud hanging over this company, and I'm not as sure that it will make me quick money as I was before, but am now viewing this as a 1-3 year investment, rather than a 6 month - 1 year investment. My goals for it have changed, but I'm still targeting at least $5. Will add whenever I can in the short term when it's under $3. Tremendous value right now. Would be around $4 right now without the tragedy. Should easily get to $4 with time...might just not happen as quick as it would have before. But that extra time it takes to get there, gives me, and anyone else more time to buy more.

    Disclaimer: The lives lost are far more important than my money, or anyone elses. But since this is an investment forum, my thoughts here are focused on the potential this company has to make profits, and the lives lost are part of where the company is in relation to the current price, and where it might go.
  • R
    Ronald
    Should they not benefit from Infrastructure spending?
  • B
    B from the hip
    Same news different day... Great earnings and business going forward. Low volume decline. No sense....
    Bullish
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