weeks ago about DFC. Compare the charts of BYD and DFC and you will see what I'm talking about. The same five IDIOTS keep pumping this SWAMPBILLIE stock that is BOGGED down. If you want to be successful at investing you have to have an open mind and accept critical thought from others. The glitter and glare have you IDIOTS fixated on one thing like deer in the headlights.
A short time ago this stock was at $19ps, now you guys have had your great opening and it sells for less. Remember this axiom, " NEVER FALL IN LOVE WITH A STOCK". Remember, I always tell the truth and I never hate anybody because everybody has the right to live their life as they wish and be as stupid as they wish. Even though Brigim hates me, I still think he is a first class guy who really knows a hell of a lot about investing but I do admit, I like pulling his chain.
Do yourself a favor. Either go long or get out of your short position before earnings and/or the AC July numbers come out. You will thank me. They will blow away any of the estimates on revenue. They will guide up for year end. Even the Barron's article, as stupid as it was, lends credence to Boyd's AC investment. Look at the debt structure and consider revenue and you can see it is a can't miss situation. GOOD LUCK
what analyst said the stardust was worth over 63 million bucks
I hope the killing part is working Biggins. It is taking to long though. Let me clarify something, I am Elmer J Fudd, I own a mansion and a yacht and a string of ?????????????Does it start to make sense to you retard.
Thanks JWW for the info about that article, I'll try and get my hands on a copy today. Here's a little joke about the efficient market theory: Two people are walking down the street and they both see a $100 lying on the sidewalk. The first guy who believe's in the EM theory points to the $100 bill and exclaims: "According to the EM theory that $100 shouldn't be there!" The second guy picks up the $100 bill , puts it in his pocket and says: "You're right!" and continues on his way.
hi blackjakkid....i agree with your analysis.....see today's wall street journal for an article about a mathematician who used the efficient market theory to lose his fortune in the stock market....he wrote a book about his experience and his losses