Since you are a confirmed habitual liar, no one on the Yahoo MBs can possible KNOW anything about you. I'm sure there are a lot of opinions though!
At this point, whenever any old Tom, Dick, or Harry comes along and busts your chops (with just cause) you think it's me.
It's official ... I OWN YOU ... You can't shake that fishart twitch can ya?
Have a great day Twitchy
You've deleted and reposted this same response how many times now? (speaking of wasting time) keep it up twitchy ... bwahahahaha
Carl Icahan has much more money than you to do what he does.
Also, he has influential friends who work behind the scenses. Do you?
Don't try to "invest " like Carl or Warren ... you don't have what it takes!
Stick to what you know best ... posting asinine comments on a message board ~
In the meantime, you could learn something from the Professional Trader.
"Stupid people are incapable of learning from smart people" ...
CalPERS, the seventh-largest investor in private equity with roughly one percent of the market, said its private equity earnings were based on $29.3 billion in original investments. Total realized proceeds, meaning return of original investment plus realized net gain, totaled $53.5 billion.
"Private equity has the highest net returns in our portfolio," said Ted Eliopoulos, CalPERS Chief Investment Officer in a statement. The new accounting system "will allow us to more meaningfully examine information received from our external investment partners."
Private equity returned 8.9 percent to CalPERS in the last fiscal year, compared to 1 percent from public equities and 2.4 percent overall. The asset class has consistently outperformed the fund's overall assumed return rate of 7.5 percent, but it has also routinely over the past decade missed CalPERS' benchmarks.
Pretty sure Carl Icahan has been buying in down trend, he seems to do pretty well for himself? I think hes a real professional trader, not just playing one on the interweb!
How do you keep track of all of your aliases? There is a new one everyday!
You must be a rookie ... professional traders do not buy in a DOWN trend, especially when there are NO signs of a bottom. $1-2 downside? You got to be kidding me! You'll never see $43 again!
You need to ask Stanford for a refund on your tuition (IF you are an alum). They cheated you!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Trader are you new to investing? Are you just learning about stocks? I ask because your post if very amateurish to anybody who has been investing for any length of time.
Stocks drop and stocks go up. Buying low is always brings the highest returns. There is always a bottom and I believe BX has a possible $1-$2 downside to get $10-$12 upside.
Throw in the dividend and that would be a nice return.
I am new to this board, but I figure most here have already realize you are a rookie.
Are you serious? BX has been in a DOWN trend since May.2015.
There is NO bottom in sight ~
Considering your intellectual level, I didn't want to talk over your head.
From your comment, I see you missed the point.
Aside from the obvious grade school math lesson, is there a value added point behind this post?
Ditto for me. There is a large anxious group of political idiots willing ..ready..and able all over the internet...not here.