Sorry a&&hole John....I meant to give your obtrusive, stupid post the thumbs down but his up by accident. Now go and eff yourself.
Another no position Jewish homosexual....listen to the venacular - "Duh...shorts will...uh...pay...duh." hey a&&hole....there's 8-1 call/put ratio....no one is short except the dirty #$%$ banks who short against the calls they sell you.
What if they wanted to have it with their brother instead?
LOL. I will take that. probably 55 next week, but maybe shorts will short more and the squeeze will be on driving closer to 60 soon....shorts will pay !!!!!!!!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
yeah, it did especially after the big day yesterday. huge upswing to a very small loss of .28 cents. We are overall moving in the right direction.
You are wrong because it went down. The big trading parameter yesterday was volume. Yesterday was a bull run but with low volume. The chart has to confirm to remain in an up trend. It went down and finished red. If you tried to buy this ah yesterday and make money on your advice, you would lose money.
Trading is not about arguments. It is about making money. Your posting a million posts and they really have nothing to do with the stock. I am not trying to be harsh but I have money in the game and I am trying to make more than I lose. That's the game and that's it.
you were wrong. but the stock held up fairly well today. if it goes down immediate-term, it ain't going down far.
The dirty #$%$ is a call buying schmuck.....mony for option contracts but the a&&hole post on a lap top instead of an iPad?? What a JEUW.
After the over the top DRAMA on S&P rumor we did very well today. Down pennies. Bid deal.....Tomorrow will be GREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEN
I was almost dead on with my projection. We hit green just hit it a little early. I'm right almost always so I'm sorry for my rare miscalculation.
try to have more than a 5 minute view. they want to get it right. not only for them but also for the people buying the advertising. not only have beat numbers but they have cut expenses increasing margins
By Benjamin Pimentel
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