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  • i_read_best i_read_best Nov 30, 2012 10:25 PM Flag

    So Best? Who's the #7 Worst Stock in the 500 S&P?

    The 20 Worst-Performing Stocks in the S&P 500 Index between Nov. 6 and Nov. 16:



    #7. NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: nvda) : (-12.53%)



    And don't be blamin' that "Do-It-Yourself Guide To Investing -- For Dummies"

    for getting yourself stuck in nvda.

    Oh no no no.

    You need to actually READ the book, don't u know.

    And maybe use a yellow highlighter on that timely chapter about,

    "The Dangers of Owning High Beta Stocks in a Sinking Economy".



    Google it yourself, boys : 20 Stocks You DO NOT Want to Own Between Now and the Fiscal Cliff Friday, November 23, 2012


    Oh, and do try to pick a better stock next time, boys.

    Rather than spending your time desperately pumping the virtues of nvidia.

    THE #7 Worst Stock in the Entire S&P 500 Index.



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    • That raises an interesting question, right?

      It sure does.

      Should the current CEO of the #493rd Worst Performing Company out of

      500 S&P peer-group companies receive a raise?

      Or continue to receive any free stock options?


      I think not.


      Just curious -- what do you paid nvda pumper boys think?



    • My my my.

      nvidia fell (-12.53%) in just ten (10) days.

      Yes boys, (-12.53%).

      Looks like that idea of the $00.075 dividend somehow setting a "floor"

      under the stock, well, it just didn't work out as Jen had planned.

      Nope.

      Just like Jen's launching of the Wayne chip with integrated LTE in 2012.

      That didn't work out as planned either.

      Maybe much more Engineering -- and less Carnival Barking -- is needed here.



    • So Master?


      With nvda (-12.53%) being the #7 Worst Stock in the entire S&P 500 Index,

      that will put a damper on the pumper's boy's fake nvda take-over rumors, right?

      'Cause what Good company would want to buy them?


      Except for J. C. Penney Company, of course.

      She's lookin' like a Pretty Fine Catch, to JCP (-30.81%).



    • Below is a list of the 20 Worst-Performing Stocks in the S&P 500 index between Nov. 6 and Nov. 16:

      1. J. C. Penney Company (NYSE: JCP): -30.81%

      2. Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM): -14%

      3. Peabody Energy Corp. (NYSE: BTU): -13.91%

      4. Joy Global (NYSE: JOY): -13.87%

      5. Prudential Financial (NYSE: PRU): -13.25%

      6. Big Lots (NYSE: BIG): -12.68%

      7. NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA): -12.53%


      neever mind the 493 better stocks; we prefer to bash those 6 worser stocks/

    • "If nvda was the #7 Worst Performing Stock,

      does that mean that there were 493 stocks in the Index of 500 stocks

      that performed Better than nvda?

      My my my.

      The "dart-board" approach to stock selection is looking better and better."



      Good { wait for it now } point, Best.


      If you use the "dart board" approach to stock selection you can tell the bride,

      "Look bride. I am in no way responsible for losing (-12.53%) of "our" money

      is a lightning-fast Ten (10) Days time."

      You blame the dart, right?



    • So Best?


      If nvda was the #7 Worst Performing Stock,

      does that mean that there were 493 stocks in the Index of 500 stocks

      that performed Better than nvda?

      My my my.

      The "dart-board" approach to stock selection is looking better and better.



 
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