Just assume from now on that all moves up on strong volume, like yesterday, will be followed the following day with erasing those gains on 20% of the previousday's volume. It happens every time, its beyond a pattern, its standard protocol.
Ive said it time an time before, this is an accumulation strategy, aquirung the stock but keeping the prove indefinetley rangebound to encourge others to throw in the towel. And there is only one firm that consistantly been accumulating large amounts of the stock over the last couple years; shah capital
40minutes to close, 151K shares have traded (300% of average daily volume). Lets watch the anemic volume into the close wipe out 50%-75% of this gain.
How many folks on this board are real investors, and who are the one's pretending to be investors? What do you think the reaction would be if IBM stock dropped 3% on less than 0.01% of the day volume after the bell? And if that trade set the official closing price of the stock?
Everyone needs to pull their fingers out, and do your friggin duty as investors to complain tot he company and regulatory agencies like FINRA. But as usual, everyone will ignore this, and you really have to ask "why is that so?".
Shah continues to accumulate. Gap to 5 possible short term?
Time to report Citadel, once again, to FINRA for manipulation of the closing price of the stock;
16:02:01 6 2.60 169 NYSE 15:52:57 f 2.67 100 NYSE
More than 15,000 shares were bought today at the Ask (out of 21k) in the last hour of trading, amazing how they are able to close the stock on the day's low on a mere 169 shares.
What are your thoughts on the movement of taking the company private? Interesting their financial adviser is the one that has a sell rating on the stock.
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James. Since you are the master of all things "SOL". Please enlighten us all on your % gain/loss from your holdings, so we all can know what to expect if we take your advice.
The tried and true method of shaking out retail investors won't work on me. I'm telling you this so you don't waste all our time. Let me go over it again;
1. No stop-loss 2. No margin 3. purchased with 100% discretionary cash
Sure, you can move the stock to any range you want at any time, but when you drag it down here, i just add more.
33%, that is what i've added to an already large position in the last 8 months, not the outcome you were hoping for, no? I am not easily shaken, and you've thrown everything you have at retail investors like myself, can you clowns not accept not getting your way 100% of the time? Give up and move on to greener pastures.