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  • sybil_lives sybil_lives Feb 6, 2013 6:38 PM Flag

    Time to go over to the nflx board and pick through the bodiez of dead shorts... Some have nice shoez, but none have any money on their dead bodiez... Sybs a size 10.5

    those poor slobz... Sybs gonna head over and listen to the screamz that they are posting now... See you for now.... Oh... Sybs plan for tomorrow:

    Limit short amzn at 272.

    Limit short pig flix at 200.

    Theze will add to existing shorts at theze pricez or bust... That simple.

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    • Looks like a good time to revisit CMG. Lots of dead shorts there as well.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

      • 2 Replies to abatulis
      • As someone who has looked at CMG's economics closely, it has the best unit economics in the restaurant industry. As healthcare costs grow wrt total, I'd be more comfortable holding CMG than the other domestics. MCD is the safest play because it functions as a currency and inflation hedge and the royalty stream has less risk.

        CMG certainly wouldn't be my pick to short based upon fundamentals right now. I'm about to enter several restaurant shorts (via LT puts) though...

      • Sybs,

        I bailed on my short yesterday on that #$%$ drop in the am. Looked like a ploy to rope in antsy traders. Waiting for 200+....Just because it makes no sense for it to be at 200, or at least Feb options expire. What's the reason for the outlandish move from 100?? Don' t tell me Ben Bucks. Is that just a short squeeze?? Never have seen anything like it. Oh wait...yes I have.....but it was a while ago, 1999. - PJ

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

 
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