Seeking Alpha

JoaquinTall

JoaquinTall
Send Message
View as an RSS Feed
View JoaquinTall's Comments BY TICKER:
Latest  |  Highest rated
  • Speaking Of Earnings, Here's What To Watch For With Nuance [View article]
    GEM inquired..

    "or try to chase it during after hours trading...?"

    I would never "chase" a stock, particularly NUAN, regardless of how well it [hopefully] did after the bell on it's earnings disclosure. There are far too many great stocks out there to 'bottom fish", in my view.

    There are stocks trading, right now, that have earnings 30%+ YOY, great sales, margins and guidance. Seek them out; you'll worry a lot less.

    Remember too that 70% of a stock move, either up or down, is institutionally driven. NUAN is currently owned by 6% LESS institutions that it was last quarter...there is usually a very good reason for that.

    Opal
    Jan 30 12:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nuance (NUAN) +9% AH on news Carl Icahn has amassed a 9.3% stake. Is Icahn looking to make an activist push? Nuance's acquisition-fueled growth strategy has received some criticism over the years. [View news story]
    ...but notice too that "IEP" was up $1.70 (3.12%) on 32% MORE than normal daily volume.

    Coincidence? We'll just have to wait and see...
    Apr 1 07:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nuance (NUAN) +9% AH on news Carl Icahn has amassed a 9.3% stake. Is Icahn looking to make an activist push? Nuance's acquisition-fueled growth strategy has received some criticism over the years. [View news story]
    WhiteHawk said...

    "...maybe a trade from the sell-off lows."

    If what you say is true, then why would Carl wait for the stock to pop 8.3% before initiating a position? No, I disagree. Look at a chart.

    I've been watching NUAN for some time now and began to notice the INcrease in volume, in earnest, began back on March 20th...could have begun [for Carl] as far back as March 3rd...that's where accumulation began from the absolute low ($18) on March 1st.

    Given 'em hell, Carl!
    Apr 1 07:24 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Imagining a Bidding War for Isilon [View article]
    WeC,

    As an ISLN shareholder, let me tell you that ISLN is/was worth [in the long term] a helluva lot more than $34 to me. I'm not ungrateful, just a little disappointed, now that it's ALMOST over for the company.

    Shareholders will never experience the inherent exponential growth potential of just where ISLN could have gone, nor the heights of their stock price OR their astounding product development capabilities.

    That's the sad part...
    Dec 13 05:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
COMMENTS STATS
4 Comments
2 Likes