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Tone Oct 30, 17 8:09 AM

Oh yeah, and importantly, do some fundamentals homework on the company. I only swing trade solid looking companies with a chart that is heading upwards. :-)

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Tone Oct 09, 17 4:13 AM

Thanks for posting, have now got VHC on the radar but will prob just watch....' tweets suggesting that a final judgment in its court case with Apple was released but sealed until no later than October 13. '

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TomKob11 Oct 09, 17 11:40 AM

No problem, and cool thanks didn't know about any rumors, Yahoo finance news hasn't been working so finding news and such has been more difficult

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StevieW Oct 08, 17 9:57 PM

For potential of offering on $ARDM, go to finance.yahoo.com and type in the ticker. Go to Statistics and look at a quick snapshot of the companies overall cash position. Its under the column titled Balance Sheet. They have $12M in cash and $14M in debt. So I would say yeah there is a risk of an offering. Then if you look at Financials, click Cash Flow. Click quarterly and you can see they are burning about $6M a quarter. So in another 3 mo they will likely be out of cash and still have $14M in d

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StevieW Oct 08, 17 9:59 PM

and still have $14M in debt. Having said that, the company might position themselves with some fluffy PR's in coming days or weeks to get their price up to do a financing at a higher level to generate more cash.

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Tone Oct 09, 17 3:39 AM

@JKelly Thanks very much. I'll take that approach for researching these kinds of setups.

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ren108 Oct 05, 17 9:04 AM

Wondeful read !! thanks

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Tone Oct 08, 17 2:59 AM

Really well written. Very professional looking site, I think I can learn a lot by going through the content. This go my attention: 'Breakouts that occur somewhere between days 3-10 are my favorite, and this is when most of the earnings winners with serious legs end up breaking out.'

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Tone Oct 02, 17 4:53 AM

Thanks Bob. @nunner67 I think I found this on Investopedia or similar 'The short ratio is a figure calculated by dividing short interest, or "days to cover" - that is, days required to close out all of the short positions - by the average daily volume in a stock. Many investors see a higher short ratio as a signal of an impending upward move, as short sellers may come in as buyers to cover their positions.'

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darianb Oct 02, 17 7:13 PM

Hi Bob, hope you had a good day today. Question, when you are finding stocks on your watchlist, do you look at yearly charts first then intraday, or lookin intraday/weekly then see where it stands on a longer time frame? Thanks a ton.

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Turbobob Oct 02, 17 8:37 PM

Generally, I look at the longer term chart first to see what the trend is and to see what kind of resistance there might be. Then I look at a shorter time frame.

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