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  • fncydansir fncydansir Dec 4, 2011 11:07 AM Flag

    Drinking, Driving and Investing:

    Name three things that dont mix.

    I have to laugh at myself when I think back about my "decision" to invest in RMBS. I was out with all the office ladies from one of my attorney’s office for lunch a couple of years back. We were slamming margaritas and I came back to my house with the receptionist. After a fun, extended “lunch break” my little friend went back to work and I was just hanging out at the house. My Russian-Armenian contractor shows up to work on a project and started chatting with me about investments ( yeah…. I am listening to a freak’n Russian contractor about investing for God’s sake). Anyway, he talks up RMBS which, in a post coital, alcoholic induced delirium, actually sounds like a good idea. I immediately hit speed dial, call my broker and purchase $10,000.00 worth of the stock.

    I think that at one point I may have been up a couple of bucks but, for the most part, the stock goes pretty much down for the rest of forever. I sold off a while back for what would account to about a days worth of income for me. It seems as if I got F* ck**ed twice that faitful day; both good and bad.

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    • Come on super mario, you were short all the way on Rambutt just as you were short on CREE.

      OK, maybe you lost a few dollars on MELA since they did get FDA approval for their device.

      I suggest you stop screwing under age prostitutes and turn yourself into the authorities for your insider trading. You'll feel a lot better about yourself.


    • Not easy being a bad investor and a practicing alcoholic, sh&t happens.

      I've been both, and recovered too.

      A few books for you.

      The Big Book of AA

      Reminecences of a stock operator

      How to make money in stocks

      Best of luck

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