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Pixar Animation Studios (PIXR) Message Board

  • short_man_calamity short_man_calamity Aug 26, 2003 5:38 PM Flag

    $80 by Nov, Will it happen, will I lose

    my shirt on this short?

    I shorted back in the mid-60's
    Recent up ticks have not squeeze me out
    but I am worried about the Q4 effect

    What if Eisner gets off his ass and signs a new deal with Jobs?

    What if the Internation release is headed to $500 million instead of the $400 predicted by current analysts??

    What if hundreds of new fish toys are released for xmas and other Q4 holidays???

    What if the stock splits then heads back up into the $50's??????

    Too many what if's ?????

    Help?????

    Please sell me your shares
    Please sell them cheep

    I don't want to be squeezed into covering at these prices !!!

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    • I too shorted in the 60�s

      Who would have thunk that this @#!$ stock would have soared into the 70�s

      If this stock continues to climb I might also be forced into covering

      I�m no worried about a stock split. It will never happen, Steve Jobs likes a high price. Cause it keeps the shares in the hands of the wealthy and it makes the stock less liquid. These be good for us shorts, and good for Stevie boy

      I am a itsy bitsy bit worried about it heading into the $80�s.
      Upward pressure would squeeze a few of us into covering
      In turn, their covering could force more of us into covering
      I�d be like the snowman effect from Monster�s Inc
      Careful of yellow snow cones, eh?

      Regardless, It probably won�t hit mid $80�s until early November
      Whenst the DVD hits the market and millions of copies are sold

      I�ll be coverith longst before than

 

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