You're killing me! Now, I find out not only are
you a decent, hard-working family man, but you're
also a Penn State alum? Damn, I think we're going to
have to be friends. JoePa is my #1 role model, dude,
and I have some strong family ties to PSU; although I
personally didn't go to school there, I've been up for some
killer football games, most recently vs. OSU year before
last, #1 vs #4 -- great game that was.
Disney; my name is really Michael Eisner. Just kidding
(Stevie Case, Mickey Mouse...get it? ha ha). Seriously:
the non-compete agreement I had with my previous
employer expires shortly; when it does, I'll tell you my
company's name. Although I'm technically not in violation
of the agreement, my previous employer is vindictive
and likes to sue even when they can't win; and so for
now mum's the word (or is it Burger King? lol),
because I can't risk the exposure to myself and to my
I can't even remember how we got started on this
rampage? Looks like we both are on the same page.
understand what you said about selling puts. To tell you the
truth, I don't know if my broker allows it, and second
I've never looked into that aspect of option trading.
I'll have to take a look.
I did get my Econ degree
from Penn State in 1995. Looked for jobs in the
area(Northeast PA), but none were paying as well as P&G. I
didn't want to move to NY or DC and I had a baby on the
way, so I took after my Dad and started at P&G.
Hopefully I can have as much success.
What company are
in AOL because you don't have to cover and your
lose is kept to a minimum. For the record July and
August puts are not cheap (because the pros see this
bubble) but they also tend to keep value even on the
144 1/4 is a reasonable estimate--could easily
surge to that. Also possible that a minor sell-off will
occur in last 20 minutes and bring us back down to
136ish. Either way, we're going to 160's+ by end of
May--so it really doesn't matter as long as you hold on.