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  • skinz4q skinz4q Feb 7, 2008 10:44 AM Flag

    Cramer says.......

    ....absolutely nothing about GOL.

    Jim Cramer (whom I view as an total buffoon) has been doing a series on Brasilian companies this week. So far, I haven't heard anything said about GOL, either positive or negative.

    I seem to remember him touting the stock when it was around $30.

    Last night he was pushing PBR at about $108. I bought it about 2 weeks ago at $90. Where was he then? Anyway, I'm glad to hear him give PBR a push. In this market, I'll take any help I can get.

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    • Last year this was the only airline stock to look at. I did and bought. He also mentioned that he would avoid the sector, I didnt listen.

      Is there any new talks about them going private?

    • How are you so ignorant? Clueless people like to rip Cramer when the reality is he's forgotten more than you'll ever know. Believe it or not, there are other stocks out there besides the ones you own.
      If you don't like him, don't pay attention to him and make your own decisions. Airlines suck as a long-term investment. I don't care what country they're in.

      • 1 Reply to gecko3174
      • Maybe GOL could arrange for a crash of their own (for which they are at least partially responsible)---and have a maintenance employee fall out of a plane under repair AND yada yada yada---and their stock would go up---like TAM!!

        Reminds me of that cartoon character that went through life with a cloud overhead!!

        GOL is growing---just needs some luck and attention.

 
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