Sure, I'll stop. I just need to hear you say the magic words; "I can dish it out, but I can't take it".
Agreed? Enjoy stewing on your losses over the weekend, I'm gonna hit the coast.
Yawn. Go lose some more money, clown. Seems you can dish it out, but you can't sit down for a bowl of your own medicine... :D
I'm looking forward to the week-long rally come Monday...
kings0larman.2015 ... Now you went too far by stalking me. Don't let me find out where your IP address is originating from because if I do I have all of the time in the world to hunt your stalking #$%$ down. Count on it.
We know how it will work out for ya, 100% loss as they expire worthless. :D
What goes around comes around, clown.
I got 30 July $35's at $1.35. We will have to see how it works out.
$1.10-1.70. I'm just waiting for the next leg down. This could pop to $52. It was extremely OS so this isn't surprising. I'm done buying puts on it. Now it's time to sit back and wait patiently.
They own 1.8 Million shares that they bought in the $60's. And they are the sixth largest shareholder, not the largest. Looks like they could be trying to prop this up today though lol
Not with BLACKROCK being the largest stock holder. Remember the past ? BLACKROCK is the biggest of the corrupt, with Trillions of dollars to cover and political connection in every corner.
They will be the winners, they always are.
This is not a problem for a bank that can deposit more money into those losses.
Question here is what happens to the value and the depreciation of those bad loans ?
With Blackrock and it's trillions $$$ on board and having a long term view, money bailouts are no problem for CFR.
Thinking short term: Is it wise to sell and buy back later ?
Sentiment: Strong Buy