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  • Reply to

    UGG sales

    by verypure1 Nov 12, 2014 7:59 PM

    Actually something worth noting on this board that is not Cramer or crazy - excellent comments. Saw Uggs in our Seoul Post Exchange, so AAFES has picked them up for the first time; see a few pairs running around downdown for the weekend. Relooking Zappos, about 50% of the top 36 items are UGG-related with either boots, insoles, care products, or slippers. This cold front came at a great time combined with some snow across the midwest.

    I continue to judge the covered call strike price just right and will sell the 95s or 96s for this week or the 98 two weeks out. Fair chance we do some serious movement in the coming weeks especially if management ups the sandbagged forecast.

  • Reply to

    Mary Jo White, you should be investigating Cramer

    by uggs8788 Nov 15, 2014 3:26 PM

    warren buffetyoutube /watch?v=-aYEOsZgRm8

  • Reply to

    Mary Jo White, you should be investigating Cramer

    by uggs8788 Nov 15, 2014 3:26 PM

    youtube /watch?v=GHSjtgChPxg

    z

  • Reply to

    Mary Jo White, you should be investigating Cramer

    by uggs8788 Nov 15, 2014 3:26 PM

    youtube /watch?v=9PK-netuhHA

    Z

  • Reply to

    Mary Jo White, you should be investigating Cramer

    by uggs8788 Nov 15, 2014 3:26 PM

    dealbook.nytimes /2014/08/13/once-powerful-the-s-e-c-is-seen-as-sluggish-and-ineffective/?_r=0

    Z

  • and CNBC. Enough is enough. Time to make these clowns pay! Cramer is a clear fraud misrepresenting the CURRENT stock market to the American public DAILY and getting paid extravegently to deceive honest working people into playing a rigged game when he KNOWS better. This is CLEAR FRAUD!

    youtube /watch?v=gMShFx5rThI

  • Reply to

    Jan 130 calls a bargain!

    by uggs8788 Nov 15, 2014 2:55 PM

    bid is 0.00 ask is 0.20

    Z

  • Reply to

    105 next week

    by uggs8788 Nov 14, 2014 5:05 PM

    possibly 125-120 over the ext 14 days. Stock should never have sold off from 98 to 81 with oil this cheap and winter here this early. This is trading ridiculously low. 130 ober the next 20 days. Book it.

    Z

  • Reply to

    105 next week

    by uggs8788 Nov 14, 2014 5:05 PM

    its coming. Oil down to 75/barrel..early start to winter. Maybe even 120 by friday.

    Z

  • Reply to

    105 next week

    by uggs8788 Nov 14, 2014 5:05 PM

    From your keypad to God's Iphone.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Cramer is a criminal

    by uggs8788 Nov 9, 2014 3:02 PM

    bump!

    Z

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    glad to see you having a conversation with yourself advisory doc. lol.

    Z

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    VPure-- fair enough

    no need to talk about him anymore....

    what else are you liking these days....

    fwiw... i like Twitter

    ron baron just commented on his bullish long term perspective on TSLA.... but i am not there yet despite the fact that really respect they guy... i just think there are too many variables that can upset TSLA's future plans...

    doc

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    Doc: I don't really see the value of a debate about Cramer. Despite my admiration for him as a person (as I previously noted), he is almost completely irrelevant to me. I only watch him when a video of him pertains to a stock I follow and shows up on Yahoo!. And in any case I would never follow a recommendation by anyone, absent my own study of the company. His main relevance to me is his possible short-term impact on the prices of stocks I follow.

    I will only add that what you call "forward vision" sounds close to what I call creativity (in the context of the stock market). I believe that creativity is not adequately appreciated as an important element in investing. And I am not able to assess Cramer's degree of creativity. If he has very much creativity in the stock market, I'm not sure it would be evident on his show, given its time horizon (which I mentioned earlier).

    Cheers.

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    there are real life examples of forward vision.... i named a couple... baron and birnyi... another one was al frank the founder of the prudent speculator...

    Cramer is not one of them... having said that, and although you believe it is "unfair to criticize" Cramer for not having that type of vision.... my original point is sometimes you just have to "fade the Crame"--- how you know when he is not showing vision is related to your own due diligence... you need to know more about the companies that you invest in... so when for example he was down on Under Armour when he should have been encouraging his audience to get in.... I knew he was talking out of an area very close to his derriere... same thing with Apple... and although he later became a bull he was NOT one when Apple's market cap was around 6 billion and they had 4 billion in cash... no vision i tell ya....

    later,

    doc

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    Doc: I don't really see how it is possible to evaluate Jim Cramer's "forward vision," as you call it -- though concevably you are right. As I effectively said once before on this board, the problem with trying to evaluate Cramer's ability to assess the future is that his whole program is geared neither to a long-range nor a short, trading-range perspective on stocks. The object is to assess the value of stocks for the intermediate term -- a matter of months at most rather than years or days (much less hours). Without that intermediate term perspective, his program would be impossible. He would name his stocks to hold ten or more years, and then there would be nothing else to say -- and no "Mad Money" show. Or he would give his short-term trading advice, and there would be no appropriate audience for it. He gives people what they want: stocks for the intermediate term. But as you seem to know, the way to make huge money in the stock market is not the intermediate but the long term. You buy a stock whose long-range future looks very promising, and then you hold it until that long-range future seems to dim. So I think it is unfair to criticize Cramer for not doing something his program is not, and cannot be, designed to address. But maybe you were making a different point that I have failed to address. As I hope you know, I respect your thinking about stocks. (Note: I reposted this because it seemed otherwise unknowable that I posted it the first time.) Less

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    Doc: I don't really see how it is possible to evaluate Jim Cramer's "forward vision," as you call it -- though concevably you are right. As I effectively said once before on this board, the problem with trying to evaluate Cramer's ability to assess the future is that his whole program is geared neither to a long-range nor a short, trading-range perspective on stocks. The object is to assess the value of stocks for the intermediate term -- a matter of months at most rather than years or days (much less hours). Without that intermediate term perspective, his program would be impossible. He would name his stocks to hold ten or more years, and then there would be nothing else to say -- and no "Mad Money" show. Or he would give his short-term trading advice, and there would be no appropriate audience for it. He gives people what they want: stocks for the intermediate term. But as you seem to know, the way to make huge money in the stock market is not the intermediate but the long term. You buy a stock whose long-range future looks very promising, and then you hold it until that long-range future seems to dim. So I think it is unfair to criticize Cramer for not doing something his program is not, and cannot be, designed to address. But maybe you were making a different point that I have failed to address. As I hope you know, I respect your thinking about stocks.

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    "My point is merely that Jim Cramer is an amazingly intelligent, knowledgeable, and energetic human being -- far superior to the vast majority of other humans on the planet."

    intelligent? fair enough, i agree... but i think you would agree that there are different types of intelligence. i do not believe he has forward vision. i think he has an encyclopedic intelligence when it comes to stocks. i think he has a business intelligence and his success is testimony to that. but i do not think he has the type of intelligence that sees things before others sees them. that is why he misses the big picture so often. he has the intelligence to ride waves but he does not have the intelligence to see them coming. i think if you know this you can use this to your advantage. of course, sometimes he is right on. is he entertaining? you bet. is he energetic. yes and then some (that is an understatement)... but sometimes he is just talking from where the sun does not shine..... and your just have to figure out when that is the case versus when he is right...

    he is right about DECK now getting back what is truly relevant here...

    best to you,

    doc

    ps if you want to know who i think has the type of investment intelligence that has forward vision... i can name a couple.... laszlo birinyi and ron baron

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    Doc: For the record, I do not have the view that anyone should choose stocks on the basis of what Jim Cramer recommends. Of course he is often wrong, as is virtually any professional who recommends stocks for purchase or sale. My point is merely that Jim Cramer is an amazingly intelligent, knowledgeable, and energetic human being -- far superior to the vast majority of other humans on the planet. Only those who have never known the kind of ability and work required to achieve anything significant (such as Cramer has achieved in his life, from his student days forward) could possibly show contempt for Jim Cramer. Apart from his stock picks, Jim Cramer is a kind of superhuman most people rarely encounter in their everyday lives.

  • Reply to

    while I do not agree...

    by advisorydoc Nov 12, 2014 2:51 PM

    true to form... cramer became bullish again on twtr this morning...

    no accountability

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