A Tweet Sent NBEV Flying 30% Today, But Why Did It Suddenly Crash?

They entered into an agreement with an underwriter to sell $100 million worth of stock “at the market”, which means exactly what it says, sell as much stock as you can at whatever market price you can get. If you refer to their most recent earnings report, they have only sold about 10% so far

This happens every single time. They make some kind of grand announcement, then before you know it, the price crashes just as fast as it went up. All ATM offerings work like that. OSTK, the most manipulated stock on the entire Nasdaq, would act the exact same way. The spikes, just like the sudden reversals, always occur when you least expect it to happen.

They have to draw you in somehow, right.

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