...yeah I notice the spread, and am growing
increasingly concerned about it. The spread should not, and
perhaps would not, be going in this direction unless some
people had some concerns, valid or not, about the
All of which makes my shorts chocolate because I own
2000 shares of ETEK.
Uncle Al, The Kiddies Pal
Mistakes made today.
Number on was to get
personal on this board. Never again. It is a stock
#2 sounding like i care, when
actualy I don't. Please invest your money as you see fit.
Place it all in stocks and roll the dice. I am not
concerned with your retirement etc..
useless discussions like this one. Don't give me advice
and I will never again post any advice.
You make coments about me when you have absolutely no
idea who I am and how I invest. That shows your
I have truely wasted my time here.. END.
Hey, if the sky begins to fall, I know what to
do. What guy are you talking about? Losing 45% of his
retirement? If you were speaking of me (F), I'll still have
No, I do not believe the NAS will CRASH in the next 5
years. Maybe the big gains will be elsewhere but there
will be no crash. Hopefully I will still be
open-minded enough to accept the changes in tide and benefit
from that. You really should try to invest other ways
because I don't think you have the stomach for this.
Oh and one last thing! There are a couple of things
you can take off your list of things to worry about,
my retirement and the sky falling!
1. Invest in companies that produce real
products, not custom software solutions. You wouldn't catch
me dead owning some of these B2B software
2. Invest in companies that dominate their
3. Invest in companies that have high barriers to
4. Invest in companies that are in their hypergrowth
5. Invest in companies that have outstanding
6. Invest in companies that are debt free
With regards to internet companies, invest only in
companies that build the infrastructure, and invest low in
the supply chain. If a company higher up in the
supply chain screws up, the company lower in the supply
chain just starts selling to that company's competitor.
8. Never invest in e-tailers. No barrier to entry.
No real products. No profits
since you own 2000 shares of etek that
2000 * $250/share = $500,000 that would hit your
retirement goal of $ 1/2 m
? what the f you still
doing here or you are just full of shit....i'am
starting to loose all respect for you...
and you, mill2000, would know if you had been
around long enough that Uncle Al has posted his holdings
several times. Sure, he could be lying (as we all could,
eh?) but since his comments have all been consistent I
suspect he's telling the truth. Either way, why get your
panties all in a bunch about it?