Reiterating my "time to get maniacal" post on Pfizer
Back in mid-September I posted a message here that this was now the time to get the truck loaded with Pfizer and with as much leverage as you can stand. The stock price at that time was $24.29.
With the stock even a little lower now, I'm every bit as much in table-pounding mode now as I was then - especially with that great 58-cent quarter with revenues 2% higher than projected.
This kind of price and this kind of opportunity won't last for long - especially with the dividend hike now only seven-and-a-half weeks off.
Now is the time to "get maniacal" with Pfizer. The risk/reward ratio is about as good as it will ever get with this stock and now is the time to go after the big bucks. Do have decent reserves on hand just in case - after all it's a crazy world and crazy things can happen. But for those that have sufficient margin availability and good reserves just in case, now is the time to go for the gusto with Pfizer.
Anyone taking your advice & following your lead in taking maniacal positions at that point would now be down about 40%. If he or she lacked sufficient margin, they'd have already have gotten called during PFE's prior visit to this price area.
Do you even have a clue as to what a blithering idiotic, imbecilic foolish threat to self & others you have the humiliating shame to be? You're a joke that isn't the least bit funny any more.
In my country, you'd have disappeared a long time ago.
>> With the stock even a little lower now, I'm every bit as much in table-pounding mode now as I was then <<
Your statement is a moot point... if they had listened to you back then, the truck would already be full at a higher price and they would have room for no more (your situation.) And if they didn't listen to you back then, why would they listen to you now, it having been proven that, if nothing else, you were too early in your recommendation?