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  • swr1976 swr1976 Aug 4, 2011 10:42 AM Flag

    From CEO "...would expect that by the end of August that these issues will be behind us."

    who cares? people are running from this stock like it's the next worse thing to AIDS

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    • wazooo@att.net wazooo Aug 4, 2011 11:08 AM Flag

      People are emotional right now and the market makers are playing to these emotions for the entire market. Every movement (up or down) benefits someone. You just have to ponder and analyze (specific to CEDC) whether you think this stock will be lower in 30 days or higher than where it is now. Unless there is criminal behavior (which I personally do not believe), then we should be close to the bottom.

      From this point forward things should only continue to get better for the CEDC, and by 2012, we should be adjusted to the recent Russia political decisions. Also keep in mind that although Russia is a significant part of the portfolio, the USA, Poland and the rest of the world makes up the majority of the portfolio.

      IMHO. the damage is done (overdone) and is also acting vulnerably to the rest of the market. I would think that now is a really opportunistic buying time. Recessions are very emotional, but people get desensitized quicker these days, so although there appears to be unpretty investing conditions for many, it shouldn't last long.

      The grass still grows just as fast and the fruits growing on trees are unaffected. Find a way to some balance and fill your mind with something nice while this process works itself out. The Market is always nervous and is not something anyone should allow to consistently percolate through their mind, body or soul...

 

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