Take a look at the chart of SLVN. This sector is
seriously ill and shows no signs of recovery. APOL and DV
have been moving together and the outlook on these
stocks are pretty bad.
-"SSS"(Stay Strong Shorts)
Be nice and go play with the other the other
CHILDREN at the nursery, us ADULTS have serious work to do
here. 2 weeks ago I made $10,000 buy BUYING APOL and
selling 3 days later. The only one who listens to YOU is
YOU! PLEASE go away and leave us alone, we have money
to make by NOT following your DRIVEL!
This is a great stock to trade for short term and
you can make lots of money by listening to what I
say. It's as easy as ABC.
If you are long APOL,
(1) sell APOL and buy CPQ. or (2) short APOL and try
to make up your loss.
If you are short APOL, (1)
short more and maximize your profits and (2) tell your
friends and relatives to buy CPQ.
My sugar daddy
chairman Greenspan yells, "Sell APOL." My sweet mommy Ms.
Greenspan shouts, "Buy CPQ."
-The most acclaimed
market strategist on Wall St. The most criticized trader
on this board: "TheSonOfGreenspan"
at these levels again! Something stinks big time
here and I'm not sure what it is. Can't be profit
taking because at this price who has profits. This truly
is a sad day for APOL longs. To see a good companies
stock get whipsawed the way this one has recently is
depressing. My hope now is to get even at some point and to
say a permanent goodbye to APOL's stock. It's rather
obvious that this stock truly is not an investment
anymore just a trading vehicle for short term , day and
shorts. Of course the market makers are more than willing
to accomodate these folks. It is almost criminal the
way this stock has been traded recently!
On 12/17 you said, "27 will be hit within 3
weeks". At $19, your bold prediction is looking a little
shaky isn't it....
I wish the best of luck to
all the longs, but I can't stand folks like "mi99"
trying to "hype" a stock up with their meaningless
predictions. You're better off doing your own research rather
than listening to the mega-posters.
FYI, from the recent EDGAR
UOP's most recent Department of Education program
review began in March 1997, and a final program review
determination letter was received in July 1999. UOP
satisfactorily responded to the findings in ED's program review
report with no additional action required.
January 1998, the Department of Education Office of the
Inspector General ("OIG") began performing an audit of
UOP's administration of the Title IV Programs. The team
previously presented questions regarding UOP's
interpretation of the "12-hour rule," UOP's distance education
UOP's institutional refund obligations.
UOP has received a draft report addressing these
issues and is currently in discussion with the OIG and
Although the Company believes that the
OIG audit will be resolved without any negative
impact on UOP's teaching/learning model, as with any
program review or audit, no assurance can be given as to
the final outcome since the matters are not yet
resolved. Depending on the interpretation of the various
regulatory requirements, any resulting liability to the
Company from the final audit results will be recorded as
Hmm. Well, for a
company that was previously saying that everything's
cool, this is somewhat of an abrupt change. Of course,
some may see this as standard boilerplate legalese.
However, I find it interesting that they are now
acknowledging that the OIG audit may not pan out the way
they've claimed, and in fact could cost them a few
Anybody want to hazard a guess on what the draft report
says? Does anyone have relationships with UoP folks who
might be "in the know."
If the draft report is
good, why don't they say something? Their silence on
the matter is deafening, not to mention
The street may be responding to slower growth rates
or some other issues than the OIG. However, as good
ol' Fidelity says, know what you own.