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Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (QCOR) Message Board

  • matthewbeginner matthewbeginner Oct 2, 2013 1:03 PM Flag

    parm/max/norm

    Hello gents, first i want to thank you for constant updates and clarification of the many issues surrounding qcor and this board. I have made buckets of money in the last 6 months with qcor. Not sure if you would admit this, but my question is have you ever shorted qcor? Why not play on both the long and short team making money in both directions? I am long qcor, but I wish I could short at times but dont have that option.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Shorting Q would be a fool's errand largely because it pretty much requires either great timing or being in cahoots with those who have found moments of non-substantive weakness to take advantage of (as we've seen the past couple of weeks). Questcor will yield the most (in 98% of the cases) to those who buy, especially on dips like we've seen recently, AND HOLD LONG TERM!!! I know a lot of people here trade it (perhaps both ways), but if you've dug as deep into this company as I have you'd know that they are a strategic MACHINE barely in the Third Inning of rolling out their strategic initiatives. There's a DOUBLE DOUBLE in the next 12-18 months and most likely another DOUBLE or more right behind that (for those who need a calculator, that's 8X from here some time in 2015/16). BUY IT, PARK IT and go into a long hibernation. When you wake up you'll astound yourself with how well you did while you were asleep :-)

      Too many measure Q by their watch...I measure it by Stonehenge Time !!!

    • Dun that thru purchase of Put option, when yo-yo gets high and don't rock on.

 
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