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CNO Financial Group, Inc. Message Board

  • daddybird292 daddybird292 Aug 9, 2009 1:23 AM Flag

    What're we looking at for next week?

    I'm holding out for the job report to keep fueling the market.

    If that happens, these lawsuits and shorties shouldn't get a foothold.
    I think if we can get some upward momo, we should be golden.
    Shorts need a strong push and the doubt that comes along with it - and they'll fold like a house of cards.
    Thus far the line has held pretty well compared to after Q1.
    At this time after Q1 - we were back in the 2's fairly solid - that hasn't happened at all thus far (a very good sign).

    So if the market keeps roaring this week - I'm going to guess we'll bounce around $3.75 by end of week.

    Your thoughts?


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    • If market up, good chance cno will move up sharply to play catch up and with lame CC behind it.

    • Good morning guys great day here in Florida, Sarsota, you see, you guys make my day with your post and on my birthday today Iam 63, yes a baby boomer born 1946. If all goes well August should be good for this board of ppl. Like I said before Iam learn real fast with you guys and others too. I don't want to be greedy but man iam i tempted to buy more. Well have a good day to all, will be at my post Monday morning. Still a good roll call, and a few new ppl too. GLTU

    • Hi DB,
      I'm looking for a push over 4 this week!! Yes all signs and moving averages point to 4 plus this week or next week. They will also announce the ST capital decision beginning of September. This is a STRONG hold through the next month of trading. We should be back to 6-8 bucs by mid September if not earlier. GL.

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