I got out again this morning at pre-market. Too bad I didn't get out a little earlier in the pre-market, my profit would've been higher. As I said earlier, in Argentina agreements don't occur at the last minute of the day, but the very, very last minute. The story now is that, "Nationalization of YPF is not precluded".
The only view you have is that of little kids pulling on the sleeves of their parents and yelling; "Daddy, mommy look at the funny looking monkey in the cage. We love the zoo. We love the funny looking monkey with its "brutual haircut". He's almost human like." By the way Elliotnuts, my apologies to all the monkeys for putting you in the same simian category.
Elliotnuts wrote: "People, this guy isn't on here to make money. This guy is on here to bash this stock. Just take a few minutes and look at his previous postings.
He is brutal and I just hope I have saved a few people from listening to him."
Elliotnuts, the only thing "brutal" is your haircut. I gathered you wrote the above just before you left for your Taco Bell job.
We all have our own agendas.
If you can support your agenda, with real facts or articles, then I have no problem with that.
He has posted some useful articles. They may be negative but that is the way it is.
People, this guy isn't on here to make money. This guy is on here to bash this stock. Just take a few minutes and look at his previous postings.
He is brutal and I just hope I have saved a few people from listening to him.
Yes, I agree, but these Peronistas aren't, as usual, organized and they are reactive, not proactive. I'm waiting for the system to fall once, as it usually occurs historically, they start to fight among each other. YPF is the excuse for everything wrong in Argentina...Did you know it was accused of being responsible for pricing going up on all national flights because of the jet-fuel prices going up? The truth is the airlines in Argentina paid less for jet-fuel than their counter-parts in the rest of the world.