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  • bend_it_like_buffett bend_it_like_buffett Aug 21, 2013 2:53 PM Flag

    Looks like the head pumper, marty.chilberg believes TSYS is in the S&P 500

    And it looks like he might be a caddy for some rich shorter.

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    "Off to the golf course. I'm leaving my limit order in at $2.40 but probably should wait to see S&P regain support or see the fed minutes.- Marty.McFly.chilberg

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    So it's the S&P that's sinking TSYS's boat? Or fed minutes? And all along I thought it fell 24% recently because it's revenues are drying up and it's back to posting growing losses. Good one McFly.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • Marty - Good luck at your buy at the $2.40 limit order. While you at the golf course, I hope you have a hit at the 2.40 level and a bounce up to 2.50. You'se the man!

      • 1 Reply to rgeorgekast
      • Just got back so thought I'd give you an update. Before I went to range I listened to the minutes of the Jun fed meeting. It felt to me that there was nothing new which should be somewhat bullish IMO. So I raised my limit to $2.45 when the stock was at $2.44. Didn't get a single one of the 10k buy order.

        May be nothing but it tells me two things....
        -Shorts have no interest in increasing their stake. Even in a negative tape they wouldn't take the order that was at market.
        - Longs are not trying to get smaller in stock or they would have sold the stock down to existing orders and chose not to.

 
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