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  • bruga47 bruga47 Jan 25, 2013 9:34 AM Flag

    Back to $12.00 soon fellow longs.

    Then to $13.00 in a few days. To the political posters, please die.

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    • Maaybe. On a 20 day 30m chart there appears to be a reverse head-n-shoulders forming. If true I'd expect a pivot of the bid sending it to the $11.80 area. Not necessarily on Monday, but perhaps sometime later this week. Regardless, the downside percentages appear to be a lot less than the upside ones.

      Let's see how it plays out.

    • Thank you from all of us in my office for the most awesome post of the day! Political posters are pathetic and more than likely don't have a date for tonight!!!......my sextratery asked me to post this! :o) BTW have an awesome weekend!!! Thanks again for your post!!!!

    • I agree. I cannot understand why this fool spends his hours posting these bizarre political rants on a financial message board for a bank. The only thing I can think of is the troll was foreclosed on by B of A and this is his therapy for dealing with it (though in reality he probably lives on a couch in Mammas basement). Why cant Yahoo permanently ban this miserable human being?

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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      • I think the political posters are mostly paid by hedge funds and the goal is to get retail money disinterested in a stock they are shorting. Just my opinion - I can have strong opinions myself, but I don't think those posters are for real.

      • m.inally@sbcglobal.net m.inally Jan 25, 2013 12:43 PM Flag

        Maybe someone can tell me why people believe housing is an investment. A home is a place to keep a person warm in the winter, dry when it rains. That's it. If a person buys a car it immediately drops in value and if payments stop, they come and take it. Everything a person buys drops in value - TVs, computers, printers, clothes to name a few, everthing Homes should never go up in value, because the older it gets, the more money a person has to put into it to make it liveable. Water heaters have lives, so do roofs, paint, windows, garage door & springs, carpeting, plumbing, electrical, appliances, you name it, it will need to be replaced at some time or other. There was a time when a person depended on a home for retirement. That's not true today. So therefore "WHY"???

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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