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  • fonzischeme333 fonzischeme333 Jan 18, 2013 1:54 PM Flag

    Up $11/share (23.5%) since Cramer said to "SELL"

    Had you bought 4000 shares then and sell 3000 shares now, you would have 1000 shares at a cost of $2.70/share and be collecting $1.76/share dividend on that investment.

    Or you could take your $44,000 gain and buy 1460 shares of EXC and collect $2.10/share on basically 1000 FREE shares.

    I don't listen to Jim Cramer.

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    • I am not sure about anything he recommends. We are living in a very strange world where market manipulations are highest. If all central banks print money, DOW hits 1 million, what's point owning a piece of paper called "bond/cash". Jess Livermore lived in 1929 and made his money on shorting stocks. He would be killed if he dared to short these days. Long live the money expansion.......

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      • Now up $12.share from Cramer's "sell" rant.

        You're right about shorts getting killed. Everytime they are lured in with negative headlines, they are soon used to push the market even higher with their covering. But eventually it will top since 2014 and 2015 will be nasty years for the market. Obama"care" fines and other tax hikes across the board will hurt the bottom 75% of the population. And they are the ones who support most local businesses with their spending. Billionaires buying ships, jets, and Ferraris aren't the spenders that supports the real economy. Take $250-$400 out of average joe's pocket every month and and watch businesses close their doors and layoff more people. It starts in full in 2014!!! Obama's "Tax Relief Bill" isn't relieving anybody from taxes. It#$%$ EVERYBODY.

 
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