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Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. Message Board

  • pennelopechase pennelopechase Jul 5, 2013 6:31 PM Flag

    MESSAGE TO MR. JEFF GUNDLACH, "IF YOU ARE SHORT CHIPOTLE @ $3 8 0 AS PLANNED, PLEASE PROCLAIM YOU ARE W/UPDATE . . .

    "WHAT IN THE WORLD HAPPENED TO JEFF GUNDLACH AND HIS PERFECT SHORT OF CHIPOTLE @ $ 3 8 0. 0 0 ? Has Jeff completely disappeared after a couple blown calls on bonds? What I really hope for is that Mr. Gundlach doesn't turn up one of these days saying he shorted Chipotle at $300-Something. Why, because it seems like the Predictions from Buffet, Gundlach, Eighnhorn and others always come after the stock they are shorting or buying long has already left the price point where they put their position on. Even notice this? They like to take credit for a move when it is very likely they weren't even in the shares, long or short. I really don't feel anyone should get credit, or even try to take credit, for predictions that are accurate and spot-on when you come back after the fact and the stock has already made the move you predicted it would make should a stock get to a certain price. SO YOU SEE, IF CMG DOES DROP FROM THE 380'S, MR. GUNDLACH CAN COME BACK IN A COUPLE WEEKS TO A MONTH AND SAY, "THE CMG SHORT WENT AS PLANNED AND WE MADE SOME GOOD MONEY ON THAT ONE!!!! ". AND, SHOULD MR. GUNDLACH'S PREDICTION GOES BAD LIKE HIS BOND WIPEOUT, THEN MR. GUNDLACH CAN COME BACK AND STATE THAT HE DECIDED TO HOLD OFF OR BACK AWAY FROM THE CHIPOTLE SHORT, FOR SOME CONCOCTED ALIBI . YOU HAVES TO OWNS YOUR WORDS, AND THEREFORE YOU'S GOT'S TO SAYS DOSE WORDS FIRST TO BE VALIDATED AS A GREAT STOCK PICKER, OR STOCK SHORTER.

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