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  • philandjoel1e philandjoel1e Aug 30, 2012 7:33 AM Flag

    Geegee is already hedging around his pumper posts

    "futures down, congrts shorts on this one". What a fvckin idiot... He'll say he cashed out at ________ (insert all time high price handle here) after this pig drops 35% over a weeks period at some unknown date that is certain to arrive.

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    • "futures down, congrts shorts on this one"

      I posted that some serious selling was going on in Asian markets last night but that those words are not a direct quote of mine.

      Also, I sold all of my calls two days ago. I was waiting for the next call buying opportunity yesterday but opted not to buy any. I've been all cash since two days ago. I posted that I sold all my calls two days ago.

      It looks like AMZN will not start gap-up this morning. Hopefully, I will get an opportunity to buy calls at levels more reasonable than yesterday's highs.

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      • Your an idiot bro... If you sold your calls (assuming scam weeklies) twodays ago then you made no money arshole because 2 days ago the price didnt move while the time premium cooks off at an alarming rate. And you've pumped incessantly since..,

        1. You have no money and no bet.

        2. You sit on calls that waste away every week because tbis pig has baeely moved enough on a weekly basis to make the premium back...

        Go back tondumpster diving arshole.., thats a more believable outcome.

 
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