I'm already out. Now I guess the only think to
calculate is who made more money. Those who bought in the
low $30's and sold in the $60's or those who are
still short? I will never begrudge someone who makes
more than me (unlike some of the other posters here)
but my earnings are back out making more. So hang in
there until October, I'm sure all of the shorts will be
more than happy then.
Coke you self serving idiot. Do I have to ask you
more directly? How can coke be valued at a P/E of
80+.? Explain how a non-tech stock has a P/E over 15.
As widely held and followed as this stock is, why is
it not priced correctly in the market? Do you have
some deep insight? Should I run out and short coke
right now? Do you want more examples of non-techs with
a P/E over 15? If your going to pick a number try
and pick one from some where other than your ass.
Woe is me. Can't get in on one of the most
obvious speculative bubbles ever. This is such easy money
it hurts to watch from the sidelines. Must be true
about the no-cost collars, who else has all the shares
Hey, intelligent one. What do you think caused
the correction in the market as of late? IT'S CALLED
VALUATION. Valuation is determined by price/earnings. Nasdaq
went from 5100 to 3000 in the last 3 months. If you
are smart enough, go check p/e on tech stocks now
versus 4 months ago. Btw, MSTR is a good example of
over-valuation. Thanx for letting your ignorance show through.
Keep on buying KREM. Just wait til it
Hurry and tell Warren Buffet to get out of Coke
it has a P/E of 80. Gillette's at 29. Go tell
Warren. Hurry...oh I forgot Coke makes servers and
Gillette makes a razor that let's you connect to the
internet while you shave, because every idiot should know
the score of the Knicks game while they shave. No
non-tech stock should have a P/E over 15 what an idiot. Go
read a book or do some research. Did you buy
Microstrategy at $333 as well?
Don't let the door hit you in the a** on the way
out. You are a fool's fool. There is NO excuse for any
non-tech stock to have a p/e over 15. Anyone who tells you
different is as foolish as you.