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  • peristentone peristentone Jul 1, 2011 3:22 PM Flag

    YLO -> Cheap way to observe coming fluctuation

    On a value basis I would prefer to see them at $1.75, but I don't know that they will get there. On a purely technical basis, understanding that selling is forced selling and seeing that volume disappear can be a perfectly legitimate tactic for understanding when a price reversal may happen.

    If Trader deal goes through, the buyback makes this a $4 stock minimum. If Trader deal fails, I think our downside is around $1. Risk reward is already decent but not compelling, yet.

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    • Then you are speculating on the selling-side of volume.

      Just because volume stabilize DOES NOT mean a reversal may happen (more like 50%, flipping coins)

      You have pure no interest in the underlying company whatsoever.

      Still stupid to me.

      -->If you want to better concentrate on those ETFs

      at least 99.9% of time you will have your principal in tact.


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