Fed has acted, some sold on news.
Bullish stroage forecasts and lower
rates will propel this stock to
new highs by 2nd QTR. I fully expect
to see a split by June @ $115/share!
Keep The Faith Reap The rewards
Well I am doing pretty good without the help of your education so far. I am quite a long way from the poor house, so I think I will be OK without your teaching.
What do recommend - a savings account or a shoebox full of cash burried in the back yard?
But the message wasn't targeted at you. Unless you are that other poster.
Another point. The nasdaq has already gone through a crash losing over 50%. All us longs are just peachy. Through all of this, EMC was still up 18% for the year.
Somehow we garnered the strength to forge on - LOL.
I apologize for my "amateur" comment. But that "what happened to the fed rally" comment pissed me off.
Oops. Big fat finger.
>>Half the time their lying right to your phase and you can't even see it.<<
Obviously, I meant face.
As for spelling, I butcher the hell out of it. But it still doesn't change the message.
And what's your motivation?
Please, everyone's in it to make a buck.
Even the bag men you guys worship. Half the time their lying right to your phase and you can't even see it.
Still looking for a bull arguement SS. Cheerleading I can get from CNBC.
Don't fight the Fed.
Golden Information Age.
"If you need a friend, get a dog." - GG
Nice oratory, but fundamentals are fundamentals.
My long on EMC was at a cost basis well under $5 and I had a very large position (mid 4 digits in shares). Believe it or not, I don't care.
I sold at the end of last year for two good reasons. One, the speculative phase was and is over. EMC could command a premium during it, but now it cannot. All it's horsemen peers have caved. Two, the bubble burst and we're headed for a recession. How long, who knows, but it's inevitable. Centuries of history have born that fact out.
So, hold it if you want, I don't care. I'm trying to educate those being seduced by the CNBC hype and the big house bag men saying we're in another boom period.