Glad that I've impressed you as a high flier. Consistent with that image, I'll be the high bidder for HORT in AH today, $0.02 cents per share. My broker says I can afford HUNDREDS of shares at that price, so don't be shy!
HORT quote back to $9,000 per share today. I'll probably refuel tonight and fly to Vegas and spend an evening at the Palms with my posse and retainers.
I hope I can find a way to dial back the volatility of my portfolio. I don't like this daily rags to riches and back routine.
Astral, I don't think I want to sell at $.02 per share. However, I thank you for the generous offer of 200% of the quoted bid price.
I was out walking around HORT's acreage today and talked to a guy who told me that HORT is a good, well managed company. He said that HORT has patents on the plants they sell to the Irvine Company and that, theregfore, the Irvine Company can't buy them anywhere else. I don't know if he has a clue what he is talking about. I don't imagine he has ever even seen a financial statement in his life. If HORT has patents on its plants and is so well managed, why doesn't it make some serious money. Anyway, I bought it for the land value.
99% of patents are worth roughly poopy. (A business acquaintance of mine claims he saw a careful study that actually added a couple more nines to that figure.) What did you pay for HORT if you don't mind my being nosy?