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Here is my comment:
"So you shorted the stock and wrote this to benefit your position? You planned on it sinking from a "bad" CC, and now your losing money. I love your final advice on this ridiculous article: "So, as always, trade accordingly." You should listen to your own advice."
1. He stated he shorted the stock
2. His argument is that after the bad CC the stock should have gone down, not up.
3. He posts this article after the stock has risen after the CC.
4. His points are ridiculous IMO
I am not sure where the comment was wrong...oh well.