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Jarden Corp. Message Board

  • nuke9101 nuke9101 Jul 22, 2008 11:38 AM Flag

    the BS sleaze is ripping your face off today

    Do you have anymore sleazing companies I can invest in to squeeze your nads off.

    Truly remarkable how stubborn people are, you guys made your money and now you lost it unless you shorted in late Feb. All the profits on the short side are gone from the last 4 months. Insider buying is generally a signal that you are going to get your face ripped off. Why stick around?

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    • great point, why didn't I think of that, oh yeah insiders sold 620 million in the last year, they bought 5 million,

      patience grasshopper, this is a 4th quarter stock, this quarter and next are just inventory builds,

      there was a reason in the last CC they said they had to husband cash and couldn't buy back stock

      • 1 Reply to deepharbor
      • its going to get worse for you before it gets better. Q4 results are a world away from today. Commodity complex cracking could cause the entire consumer stock complex to rip 20-40% between now and black friday

        U obviously don't follow stocks closely. Just about every comapny in america is watching their cash and pulling back on buybacks...ya know why? There is CREDIT CRISIS . To to think their actions are unique is laughable in this environment.

        As long as that $3 number for 2009 holds up through the Q2 and Q3 report you don't have a lot to hope for.

        You made a great trade, you made some money...but it slip away...read my previous posts....told you to get out the way and now your just hoping instead of trading with a game plan.

 
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