why strong buying at end of day.2.oversold.3shorts will get scared and cover.the index comes out wed and this is the best time of year for retail.Dont let these shorts agravate you guys just ignore then.
When this stock was going from 20-60, this Board was much more informative and well mannered,since the large drop it has totaly changed. I find it digusting yet interesting from a social behavior point of view. .........MALL at an excellent intermediate price.
Interesting comments about the tone of this board. Right now the shorts are "winning." The shorts on here are as much of a laugh to me as the "go web" people are/were. I admit I got as emotionally attached to this stock as I ever have or ever will any stock and learned a lot from it. It's hard not to like a stock that you buy one morning for 18, come back a few hours later and sell for 29, then buy back again for 24 and ride back up. I've never had a stock treat me that well. I hope I didn't cause anyone to lose their family, or home when I wrote the faq and predicted MALL would double from 34. Sorry, didn't quite make it to 100% only 84%. I guess I also should apologize for advising people not to panic when the stock was in the mid 50's. Not panicing was the smart thing to dom but when the rest of the world panic's you better just go with them or you'll get run over. That's something that's hard for me to do in the market because I never do that in real life. I don't let the crowd move me. Sometimes the crowd is right and I go with them, sometimes it's wrong and I stand my ground. You can't do that on a stock like this.The crowd is where the profit comes from. One of the best lessons for all of you that I already knew and didn't follow is this. If you look back after MALL had already made a nice run you started seeing people show up on this board that had bought in and didn't have a clue about the UBID/MALL relationship. When you see that it's time to get out and not look back. It's like the story about Joe Kennedy and how he got out of the market before the 1929 crash. I think it's something like a busboy or shoe shine guy asked him about some stock. He knew when people like that were in the market it was all over. As for the tone on here this is a generalization and stereotyping, it doesn't hold for everyone but does the majority. Longs want things to go up. They're positive people, they're doers, they like to build, they like growth they're supportive. Shorts on the other hand can't stand positive. They're the grinch, they like to destroy and tear down, they like misery, there's nothing they like better than to see someone go from happy to sad. They want you to feel the same way that they do inside. Both Karita and Valuehound have posted on this, it's psychological with them. They have a need to see people hurt, it's a means of expressing some feeling inside that they can't let out any other way. This kind of thing has been going on longer than there's been a stock market.