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  • panama53red panama53red Dec 10, 2007 8:40 AM Flag

    Jones sighting

    U will buy at the $3 or $4 range?????? Its quite a simple decision for U than!, U'll never own one single share of JSDA. There will be no need for u to track jones inventory at Walmart or Albertson or wherever. You can save yourself gas money and use it to spruce up the doublewide.

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    • I didn't say I was tracking Jones anywhere. I shop for groceries in general. I own Jones and am in the hole. Had a couple of hours for amusement. These posts are entertaining.

    • That's right. I'll never own jones as long as they keep up their idiocy. When I hear some news that might indicate a turn around, I'll buy. Any of you smart people want to gloat how you were so smart and bought Jones in the teens or ten or eight?? I thought not. Right now there has only been a management change. They have to do more than just release some press notices. I might lose a few points on the way up, but thats better than losing most of my investment on the way down. In my opinion, its kind of late to short and no reason other than blind hope to go long. Yes, they signed another stadium (the NJ mets was it?), but thats two years away and they wont tell anyone how much they paid for the rights. How will all of you feel if you find out they have to sell an ocean of Jones to just break even on the deal? As for the Ahole who posted the note about kids. That never crossed my mind, why are you thinking about something as sick as that? Having some fantasies are we?

 
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