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Allan,So did you get a chance to see if the story posted regarding AOOR is true? If so, how long do you think it will take for the PPS to correct?
well, i bought 8,000 shares at the open.......should have waited, paid 0.70. i figure the gas and bio-diesel stuff is worth something, a new plant os for a good reason (i hope), willie nelson may have won the shares on a bet to see who could get the most sign-in votes for kinkie friedman, but i don't think morgan freeman is an iliot...i like him gee, i hope he's not a lib)thinking about finally adding NVAX to my basket on this down turn.
AOOR owns 80 per cent of EBOF; they consumated a deal last Sept., Nelson was given six mil shares to front EBOF; AOOR may be OK, they're printing stock for money and expanding the number of shares at an alarming rate. Could be a good trade but one will need to be quick. Dennis Lauglin is the CEO of both EBOF and AOOR, and he is inventive, e.g. like the 2 and 3 mil share fee paid to unnamed consultants the end of last year. I like AOOR as a trade ... you just have to know what you're dealing with.
We all know that 'bad' news moves our stocks in a positive way. When no news prices creep down and give another opportunity to buy if one believes in the story.I have two stocks that are moving and not sure why. They are ALTI (nanotech) and NSOL. NSOL has double this week and not sure what's driving it. debby
I have two stocks that are moving and not sure why.I wish I had just a fraction of the time back that I have spent trying to figure out why my stocks have or have not moved over the years. Enjoy the ride and don't ask too many questions.A
Allan,Are you in AOOR for a trade or long term? If you are yet undecided, what factors/indicators do you look for before deciding either way? In general, how long do you hold such a speculative stock before deciding to move on?
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