with my SAPE investment... NOT!
Hahahhahahhahahahhahahaha. I guess that I should just do the opposite of
what Software guy and sinister say, eh? RTQ 75 1/16 -
I'm up 5 pts in 2 days...
Good advice guys...
sinisters & software gay, both of you are the
biggest liars and don't know s$#t about
investments/markets. Investing should be taken away from clowns like
the both of you. Give it up, speculators and
Where are all these doomsday guys coming from?
They are spreading like cockroaches. Sure, Softy got
lucky as hell with his annoying predictions of "68 in
six days". Now we have knuckleheads predicting the
30's. I guess we better listen to their messages of
"sell it now" -after all they know everything, right? I
think it was Shakespeare who also once wrote, " Yeah,
when monkeys fly out of my butt."
Some think that these prices are too high; I'm
not one of them. Bought more today at 67 3/4.
will, however, be the first one to say that it's very
dangerous to catch a falling knife.
RTQ = 70
I never thought that I can buy SAPE at these
prices. Who ever did this for whatever reason, thank you
There is a good article at
moneycentral.com, how and why companies like SAPE will be winners
in the coming years. You better read it.
But the truth is, sinister, that when it really
comes down to it, you have no idea why the stock price
is down and neither does anyone else on this board.
It could be the gap between perception and reality,
as you say, but it also could be rate jitters,
slowdown fears or just general sector woes (which are
nailing every player in this sector right now). So what
does this mean? Who the hell knows? Maybe you're
right, but maybe not. Nobody can realistically give any
more credence to your posts, even if you are an
ex-client, than they can to any of the other people on this
board, including employees.
Maybe you had a bad
experience on your project. So what? Does that mean the
company's "inner workings" are poor? If the "inner
workings" are truly brining the price down, then why did
they go up in the first place? That's what the
analysts and the rest of the market have loved for years.
They have not changed significantly in the last 2
months, nor have they shifted so dramatically over the
last few years of steadily rising earnings to alter
the public's perceptions. In most cases, the public
is removed from the inner workings of a company.
That's just the nature of things. so why should they all
of a sudden by the driving force behind the stock
drop? I'm sorry, but I don't buy that. What I do
believe is that the stock was seriously overinflated
above $75/share, and the market continues to punish
SAPE for not exceeding earnings. Other than that, not
much has changed. Still have strong revenue growth,
solid management team, a long and distinguished client
roster, a well known brand and good retention. What else
To provide information, industry comparisons, and
management insight into the long-term prospects for SAPE.
Actually, an ex-client of SAPE, and have been astounded at
how removed the public posture of SAPE is from the
inner workings of the company. Public posture is what
inflated the price, the inner workings that fuel the
quality, timeliness, and cost of the solutions being
delivered, are what is bringing the price down.
take it for what it's worth and evaluate your
investments accordingly. As for those who blast back at my
posts, well, to coin a phase, me thinks they doth
protest too much.
I never claimed to make thousands in seconds -
not the way I invest. Never said I was a fanatical
LONG either. This li'l dip will simply allow me to
average down. I'm not levereraged hard into SAPE, but
IMO, there's plenty of upside. The bulk of my money's
is CLS, MMCN, & APDT. Yeah, RTQ 67 3/4 for SAPE...
averaging down now.
Don't assume what you don't