BH was not what I had in mind. It will pay off some day. Its price isn't zero since so many people feel the same way!
I can't afford to buy 100 sh. of ITIC, much less 10,000. My postings are fiction--all of them. SMD, NTZ, ITIC, VNX,....--all fiction! You might be able to count on me to keep myself off the street if I have a good month, but not much else. Sorry to have to reveal this embarrassing fact. You may now put me on ignore.
but I still have my creative writing skills even if I'm living under a bridge on I-15 with no $
Therefore, I have decided to continue to entertain various boards with my excellent fictional posts about this short position, that purchase, and other such imaginative things.
I live on a bench in downtown Manhattan's Port Authority bus terminal. Sometimes some smartass claims that my treasured "share certificates" are in fact old copies of the Daily News, but I ignore such sour grapes.
Do you have DSL service right up to your desk-top computer under the bridge, or do write your posts at the library like I do?
I-15 is in California where I live. If you have to live under a bridge it is smart to live in a state with a warm climate.
I don't want to ask you to identify yourself, but seeing how you said you live under a bridge, could you please assure those of us who care about you, that you are NOT a troll?
As you are no doubt aware, I-15 continues north through Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Montana, also.
Troll I am not, but sometimes the graffiti under my bridge inspires my writing. Tomorrow one of my fictional characters attempts to buy 3608 sh. of ITIC @40.11/share since he cannot afford 10000.
I don't travel much these days. And I haven't been past Las Vegas in many moons. I didn't realize where I-15 went beyond Vegas. I hope your bridge isn't in Montana with winter coming on. Do you do the snowbird thing and winter under a bridge in Phoenix?
I'll be watching for ITIC activity tomorrow.
I personally am looking to buy more HORT, a "special situation" based on potential land sales. Its balance sheet looks atrocious, but if the land sales go through, it could begin to look like a real business. But not nearly as solid as ITIC.