Even though long on AOL, I am not comfortable
with the recent large increase of insider trading
selling being transacted by AOL executives. Last night, I
examined the insider-trading history chart of AOL. Looking
back at their recent history one year history of
insider trading, since July 30th of 1999, there does seem
to be recent spurt indicating an ABNORMAL level of
insider trading filings by the top honcho's of AOL. I
invite other longs here to also view these recent
filings. Compare these recent filings with the last year
history of trading by AOL executives and make your own
judgement. To me, this is more than just typical business
activity. Does anyone know once they file to sell these
shares, when does the actual transaction take place?
Thanks for any info.
a person who gets bashed on this board . he is an
idiot , he lies his ass off ! when AOL bottoms he goes
short and gets killed everytime. he fu@ks his mother
and sister and they live in Utah ( just a guess ).
you wont see him for a while because AOL is going up
. he comes out on bad days and claims he went
short. dont listen to this jerk, treat him like the
weeds in your garden !
I've heard several brokers talking about Casino
(CSNO) getting back to it's original IPO price of
Why? I checked the price and I see we can get in @
$.75 maybe even $1.00, well $5.00 would give me over
500%. I haven't seen such a nice run since AOL had it's
run. I've been sitting on the sidelines for a month,
since the correction started. I might pick up some
tomorrow around 11:00.
Does anyone else have any
idea about this stock? I see plenty of posting on
this. What's up??
Email me if u
No way. I just got into AOL last week. First
Internet stock I owned. Internets were considered too
volitile, now the internet is settling down and people
realize they need to find a good growth company in a
market that is beginning to look over valued. AOL is the
leader in the interntet and will be in years to come. I
can't believe anyone would short this stock for more
than maybe a 5% correction. Too much upside potential!
Anyone bashing AOL is either drunk or stupid, OR BOTH.
$110 with in 2 weeks. 130 by end of SEPT.
Get real! The internet, commerce and development
continues to be the most explosive growth industry
Forrester Research and ton of other private and public
organizations all confirm, this is not a flash in the pan
industry! The growth numbers are staggering! Domains are
disappearng at a rate of 100,000 per month, double last years
Internet Commerce is expected to triple this year, and
grow at least double each preceding years
If your in the industry this all daily knowledge, if
your just a one shot investor, you not only miss the
point but also the profits.
I encourage you
to short the hell out of AOL! The only only way you
will see $12.50, is if the company does a 10 for 1
stock split. Not likely to happen in this life time.
company's stock, whether it be Michael Dell
selling shares of DELL or B. Gates and Paul Allen selling
shares of MSFT does'nt reflect on the company or it's
stock's performance in any way, shape or form!
For them, it's only a diversification
strategy!...............after all, that's why they're billionaires and YOU'RE