Huh ? What would not be fair gramps !
I have posted all my trades here. And made calls, and I am always right.
The only thing you do is make calls, and you are always wrong.
So conclusion, you are on the losing end all the time.
I would start buying bits and pieces.....I think anywhere around here will be an amazing price into the future....look at the world...it is NOT just the US that is using them...but the WORLD!!!!
This next decade will be amazing for FLEX!!
IMHO.....see you above 10 next year..and I think higher///
I think you just lost it at 6 bucks... over 4 million shares were snapped up today with an all day head fake...we are right back where we started....and many have benefited from shaky hands.....and the beat goes on........
Yes, anywhere in this range is good. This company has far reaching goals 30 countries, and 4 continents so we are ready for business. And, FLEX, makes money as well as products for ALL the big boys and girls. Buy it, FLEX, will make you famous.
I remember buying APPLE at 30 bucks back in 95. This for different reasons has the same type of potential gain to the bottom line.
Well it is a long answer
First you should not invest in a company who is in the business of grabbing business at the lowest price. Nothing is proprietary in electronic manufacturing. As long as you have capital, you buy the machines and you are in business. Yes that includes from a garage. It takes no innovation WHAT SO EVER to do what flex does. In other words, the cheapest price gets it. I mean, look at their margins man.
Second. Do not hold this stock within a week of Cisco next earnings, Cisco will bury it.
Third. Good entry point might be 4.85, not because it is a reflective price, but because there are players (including me) that will buy to get 1.15 out of it because dummies like Sid will buy it at $6
Actually Sid doesn't buy crap, he's still holding the shares he bought at $13 several years ago.