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  • whatdidido1970 whatdidido1970 Apr 14, 2012 1:52 PM Flag

    Mgmt is a joke..stock is a joke and people who are long it are

    LOL sorry you pos stock went from 34 to 24 and i had the skill to see that when it tried to get through 34.10 and FAILED to get short.I made a ton on this pig.Let me just say "long term" is how sad investors make themselves feel better.I dont care where it is long term short term it was tanking and i made plenty of money on it.If i told you a 20 dollar stock was going to be 50 in five years would that make you happy?? would you invest?? Your a sad sack..ofcourse you would.How about it stayed at 20 for 4 of those 5 years and went to 50 the last year.You WASTED 4 years.The bottomline is i will invest long or short based on what the stock is doing NOW not a year from now.Thats what people like you do.BTW my post was a i would never admit that you clowns are better than me no matter know why..because as soon as this gets near 30...I WILL HAVE ENOUGH SENSE TO LOCK IN THE REST OF MY GAINS AND COVER AND GO LONG.....unlike you idiots who sat in this from 41 to 24 or a more recent 34 to 24..yeah your good.last question...if a stock goes from 24 to 44 10 times over 7 years (you bought it at 24 BTW) and its currently at 25 ..HOW MUCH MONEY DID YOU MAKE??? yep..thats the point.Without news monday your crappy stock is dead..haha lol what a pig..keep holding.If it gets to 30 i will go long and ride it up only to short it again...i make money both go from up to down never making a dime.Thats impressive


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