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Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. Message Board

  • rocksbox2003 rocksbox2003 Aug 29, 2013 3:00 PM Flag

    Why Do I Always

    Get sucked into buying the most tragic stocks in the market?
    Market up again today and of course this POS is down again.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • With the DOW up almost 17 points today, it's hard to imagine that any stocks would be red.

    • poop_monkey@rocketmail.com poop_monkey Aug 29, 2013 3:55 PM Flag

      just because the market is up does not mean that any particular stock will rise. furthermore, when the market gets slammed there are sectors which benefit greatly from the turbulence. once the mess in belarus/russia gets straightened out and they realize that working together benefits (under altered terms) both parties then you'll see an increase in stock. that might not happen for a little while as everyone needs to save face and will not agree to the 1st or 2nd counter proposal that is offered. both sides have to "win" and once that takes place we will see an upward tick on the stock price. there are many theories as to how and why their cartel broke up, but the bottom line is that status-quo will not benefit either party in any long-term fashion. uralkali will not become the dollar store of the potash sector as it will ultimately affect their shareholder value and profits and belarus will also suffer dearly as the country has such a reliance on the profitability of the potash industry.

      just my thoughts, but i do believe that POT will survive this industry shake-up. who knows, in some unforeseeable way POT might even benefit from the dispute in the near future. stranger things have happened...

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Yep..this stock is as bad as it gets. Been going down for a couple of years now and easily could be in the teens next year.

      Nothing seems to be able to give this stock a boost...NOTHING.

 
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