I think most people who go long with stock will admit that they are buying a stock, not a company. It's too hard to deny the bubble valuation, but stocks often trade at a disconnect to the value of the underlying companies. Just because a stock is overpriced, doesn't mean it can't become more overpriced. Of course, they all end the same way eventually.
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EXPE is making tons of money. With options and whatever Diller has up his sleave for the shareholders meeting, don't be surprised to see $75+ this week. They make more more to put EXPE in between the $70-$75 strike price for options. See you at $75!
Shorts will again be squeezed and screwed. You are dreaming if you think that EXPE will ever drop below the 2.6969 variable to USAI.
Shorts NEVER learn. History repeats itself, dummies! Shorts are being set up for round 2 after Q2 strong earnings. It has already been revised upward a few times. Then coming in stronger, wow, look out $80+! SQUEEEEEZZZEEEDDDDD SHORTS Cometh!