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  • jermarge2000 jermarge2000 Mar 8, 2004 1:29 AM Flag

    43% heavy institutional buying

    Institutional buying = Plunge Protection Team buying.

    Better look at insider sales, you are gonna be the only one left holding the bag. Ford management has been selling their shares to YOU! Bend over, the IRS robs you, then puts your money into dying companies. You lose on your Ford stock, then IRS raises your taxes to cover PPT losses, what a deal!

    http://finance.yahoo.com/q/it?s=f

    Who's gonna buy these rolling garbage wagons at 30 grand a pop? Unemployed UAW workers? Defaulted on pensioners? If you expect to make enough to bail out yourself, better get on the short side. Just have someone explain put options to you. Most of you dying longs, are only long because you don't understand how to bet the downside.

    Cheers

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    • It appears to me that 18 million shares in one day is a far cry from 219,000 sales by insiders in 6 months. I'm not even sure that Parry-Jones is an insider any more.

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      • By: jrtombs: >>>It appears to me that 18 million shares in one day is a far cry from 219,000 sales by insiders in 6 months.<<<<<<

        Sheer genius tombs! Why didn't I think of that? How could I have been so dumb as to not realize that 30 Ford insiders should produce the same amount of Ford share transactions as the other 6 billion potential share buyers on the planet?

        I presume your tremendous insight into financial matters has made you wealthy?

        Cheers

 
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