Warren Buffett said: "Be greedy when others are fearful; Be fearful when others are greedy."
This rule can apply to CCTR now,IMHO.
"Greedy" = "Strong Buy"
"Many others are fearful" = "many shorts/flippers/bashers/dumpers"
The situation of CCTR is statisfied with above rule based on many different facts and opinions,IMHO.
Therefore, CCTR is "Strong Buy" or " should be greedy" when others are fearful now, IMHO.
CCTR is one of the most undervalued stocks in the World,IMHO.
Don't miss the great entry point at the bottom now; Big rally time and strong buy; see you at .20 or higher very soon by 20 times huge potential return, IMHO.
BTW, enjoy free speeches to the extent rule of law!!
Any thoughts? Thanks for sharing.
Yes I did serve my country, from 1963 to 1966, in a hot, humid part of the world not all that far from CCTR's "high rent" office. Verges served his mandatory three years, after the Academy, sitting on his butt behind a computer. I guess that's serving his country with honor.
The only difference between Gekko and Verges is that Verges is a real person. He probably formed his "Gekko personality" during his early childhood potty training sessions.
Also Warren Buffett told us the first thing for investors is to check the management.
What is their track record in the past? If you invest with them 5 years ago, what would be the return as of today?
-99.9% that speaks for itself.
<<Warren Buffett said: "Be greedy when others are fearful; Be fearful when others are greedy.">>
I thought it was a bit crazy to bring up Warren Buffett and CCTR in the same post, but then I remembered that I own shares in both CCTR & BRK-B.
I consider CCTR to be highly speculative gamble, but one that will pay off big, and BRK-B a somewhat safe long-term gamble.
I also invisioned buying more BRK-B with my CCTR profits, but that all depends on whether CCTR survivies or not, and their next earnings report could be the make or break of this company.