The bottom line will be a disaster. Good Will and the debt ratio exceeds financial analysts tolerance level. The short ratio is enough to scare off a wild cat. They will have a blow out one way or the other. Some investor is probably going to call in the SEC.
merger is going great. RSC people are getting the ax daily. and their clients are being split up among the URI salesforce.
should be a GREAT summer for rentals. next 2 Qs will be absolute blowouts like the last one.
50 by Nov. easily, maybe higer
historic buying opportunity today btw
here you go.
Here's what I think. But obviously the market's a gamble and we are not fortune tellers. The shorts definitely want to beat it down. With not many buyers they will take it down as much as they can if the overall market keeps falling because most buyers are going to be taking a hit on their other stocks and will not be pumping money into this. But if this ever hits 30, we might see some buying, major buying....on both stocks and options. Plus remember the company bought 750K shares at $34 a piece so that should show some relief.
I do agree with your idea about shops and hedgies, but even those can be dump as anything. One can outperform them pretty easy.
With the regards to options. Yes, they are much more difficult than stocks, because of TIME which runs out.
I do not over analyze options, and I keep it simple: when I know a stock has topped I buy puts, because they give me leverage. That's all. Any brokerage account is fine as long as you are on the correct side of the trade.
you sir are a clown of epic proportions.
announcing that "i'm here" and expecting anyone to know or care that that means the stock is going down.
and then in 5 months??
that takes balls. every and any stock could be up or down in 5 months
go away clown