I shorted more at 47.32 because that prices in a Cramer pump. Beyond a pump being priced in, it's possible he'll say to take some profits or wait for a pullback. The next pullback could coincide with taper, etc.. I still have a small position in CRM than I did on former dives (Nov. 2011 to 95 and Nov. 2012 to 120 (pre-split prices). Each add was a small amount.
So all you can do is post an old message about 100 shares and not only ignore that I posted shorting much higher than that, a few days before the most recent quarterly report? Pumps generally continue until there's more selling by institutions. When a stock drops from 50 to 20, will "talking heads" praise analysts who called the stock a sell when after it had dipped to 30?
Even with the shares I added above 157 (as posted real time the Thursday before the report) , several points above where I'd covered some shares (remember two dip days?) my position is smaller than where it was when I posted and covered some at 121 pre-split or about 30. CRM is still so overpriced. There are so many who still want to short it and I still want to short more, along with longs who will be smart enough to sell before the end of the year, especially since they won't want it to show up as a major holding during the first quarter of 2014 that CRM won't rally to where the pumps post blithely.
I'm leaving my computer now, relaxed and happy. I've taken profits on healthcare longs.
Have a great holiday.