There aren't too many geniuses out there today. Adding the guy who sold Starbucks at $52.75, right at the top of the froth on the new coffee maker announcement, should receive worldwide attention. Albert Einstein would have been proud to welcome him to this exclusive club.
BTW, I never thought you were a genius and never implied that you said you were, it was/is obvious that your not, you are so confused with yourself you can't keep your story straight....good luck with that.
i explained it simply from post #1
WHERE did i say the 'genius' was me? i never said it, never implied it, just called the person a 'genius'.
in later posts i CONGRATULATE the person, and say i wish it had been me.
since you people troll these boards daily, you just assumed that i was calling myself the genius. not true.
take a deep breath and join me in a simple congratulations of the person who got $52.75 a share.
why is this so hard to understand?? GEEZ
Let me see if I get this right: the guy who sold at $52.75 is a genius. But since you sold at $52.25 you aren't a genius. I started buying at $9.75. I was too stupid to sell any of my shares after important announcements and now the price is more than $50. Here's what I'm thinkin': maybe being a genius isn't all that it's cracked up to be.
i never claimed to be a genius. i just wish i had been the guy who got the highest price after the 'announcement'. why is this so hard to understand?
SBUX is a great stock. you'll cash in nicely.
it was just a comment about the direction since the 'announcement'.
why is this so hard to understand?
I guess you can say the same thing for those that bought more around 50 buxs too