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  • ebayis.chartis ebayis.chartis Aug 24, 2009 10:35 AM Flag

    Riding Up Greeen To A Great New Shorting Position.

    Ebay is a day trader's dream! It's endlessly profitable!

    Ebay is so volatile due to its ongoing high customer dissatisfaction levels, from ebay sellers, buyers and even investors, actions all brought to you by Donahue after being staged, prompted and perfested by Meg, and it's also volatile because ebay is Goldman Sachs pet.

    It's been really easy for me to plot the days to ride the ebay green wave up and even easier to spot those days when the red tide washes ebay out to sea.

    It's made me extremely rich and fascinating although I was already quite fascinating. All things considered, profitable as it can be, I'd still have to say ebay's not a stock to keep around.

    Good luck out there in trading land!

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    • Good morning to you IS (afternoon to me)! Isn't it great that ebay is so very predictable and so very very profitable to us well informed shorts? So fine! I certainly don't play it green and short like you, but thanks for letting me in on the timing yesterday. A couple of hours yesterday and today of work and I have the whole rest of my days to tour my beautiful Italy in my awesome collection of Maseratis. So fine so fine. I am so glad I am not in America or on this board much, I guess they had a war here on the board and are burying some dead? You and I were never involved with their daily barrage of 247 hatred. Whatever! Hope the karma lands on their cars. It is another great day for massive shorting profits! They just can't keep the good men down! ,,

 
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