Oops sorry about that penystoc . I got the post mixed up....... Have a nice memorial day... We talk about this again..Im sure
I usually shy away from the BS on yahoo message boards but these guys may be a real diamond
in the rough. Search for “UltimateStockAlertss” on google and sign up. After their next pick you
will be glad you did!
you act like you never look at the stock. It never went straight up and the drops were horrific. You could have made more money trading the puts then staying long the whole time with a risk reward adjustment in your favor. You are the idiot who will be holding the bag when it drops to 90 son a relentless drop to the bottom. See you at sub 100 and don't complain you were told
Hey idiot. I'm going to take the time on my weekend to answer you....First off at almost 300X what it earns. OVER BLOWN is an understatement. Second. Yeah I didn't ride it up TRUE.. SO?. Can't win em all. THIRD. Its hurt a number of retail stocks I own. I think its a ridiculous culture . Lets see you buy a suit on AMZN.. Actually I bet you do.. Anyway.. FOOD. Hey I've have been known to order the finest STEAKS in the country by mail(I still like Omaha Steaks but Allen Brothers is not bad).. But regular food?.. Like what's AMZN going to sell. Franks and beans? Or just beans?.. Wine?...Fat a z get off the couch.
this board has the most #$%$ shorts......but it's the same on most boards shorts just say stupid stuff.....and post the same #$%$ over and over and are always wrong
The shares are owned 85% by institutions and insider's, they control the share price and also the option premiums. If retail shares ownership went to zero and options by retail investers dried up the 85% ownership would be bag holders as Amazon makes very little money. The retail investor is simply on the coat tail of the 85% deciding where they want the share price to be to capture 100% of the options premium. The first one out the door makes the dough, the remaining investors not so much. Accept the rules of the game and invest accordingly. Based on earnings and balance sheet the share price is controlled to the benefit of the few based on option premiums.