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Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. Message Board

  • emildebois emildebois Jul 5, 2013 5:23 PM Flag

    How can we tell if Gundlach ..

    .. actually did short at 380 as he said he would in his interview?

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    • He most likely will say he's in the shares Short when the stock begins to break down from whatever price that occurs at. Mr. Gundlach appears to be a bad loser when it comes to bond predictions. He made a few key calls on the 10 year t-bond and other investments and he missed, in fact he wasn't close, rates are heading higher and now that he realizes his err of ways, he is hiding from the press and media, it's sad but it is true. Jeff made an excellent call on Apple last year, but if you recall he was early but, not all that early. But, in this case, Jeff Gundlach made if VERY VERY CLEAR IN HIS INTERVIEWS AND IN HIS STATMENTS ON CNBC AND IN THE PRESS... JEFF GUNDLACH SAID, " I WILL SHORT CHIPOTLE AT A PRICE OF $ 3 8 0 . 0 0, BECAUSE I THINK THAT'S THE PERFECT PRICE TO SHORT IT AT". Now, it would be nice to hear him confirm that he is indeed short Chipotle and how much he shorted, but don't expect it, because he is licking his wounds right now from the blow up in his recent bond predictions that are now labeled Gundlach's "Bond Bet Gone Wrong!!!" . , Jeff, Get over it Already! We all make a few bad calls that don't pan out, and we each make a whole lot more than you have in the past year. So, Cheer Up and Let those who do still find you to be a Great Analyzer of Stocks and Bonds, just what you have done with Chipotle, either yeh, or neh on the Short you claimed you'd put on if CMG made it up to $380/share.

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