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Plexus Corp. (PLXS) Message Board

  • aj141 aj141 Oct 4, 2001 7:38 PM Flag

    Looking good

    Hey, killer, if you're still lurking around this board, how do you like us now? You would do well to heed the old maxim: Better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool than to open it and dispel all doubt.

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    • I am going to start a little three day vacation with the wife. This "fool" is laughing all the way to the bank. I shorted PLXS at $38+, and bought back at $22+. A cool $30,000 for two months work. I went long two days ago and sold yesterday for a quick $4000 gain. Today I have no position in PLXS.

      If people had followed my advice, they could have duplicated my success. My sources were right. Buy and hold does not work in today's market. Need to play the the ups and downs. See you on Monday. Good luck to all.

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      • Hey Killer I have bin folowing your messeges all along and I fine you to be absolutly brelliant. I to shortd PLXS at xatly tha rite time an I maid a fortion on it. Thanks fer tha advise and kep it up. Ass long ass guys lik you ar on the bord I kno we can make alot of short mony. Plese let me no wen to buy it bak so I can be rich to.

      • Your tale about profits would be much more plausible if you had told us about your Plxs short sale at the time you made it instead of fabricating a scenario after the fact. The fact that you (ahem) bought it back just before it began its sharp move up also smells. Have I ever told you about the killing I made shorting 10,000 shares of Level 3 at $130 in march of 2000 and buying it yesterday at $3.25? Nice try. Take your advice? Fat chance.

 
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