Yesterday HORT had a post closing asked price of $9,000 per share and I thought I was rich. So I went out and bought a mansion, a Rolls Royce, an upgraded personalized Boeing 727 and some high end jewelry. Today HORT closed at $3.28 @ $4.00. I don't have enough money to refuel may jet plane. I am crushed!
Are you guys interested in making bids on my new toys or should I go straight to EBAY? I am asking you first because I know you have big holdings in this high-flying ITIC. When ITIC's p/e equals GOOGLE's p/e you guys will be hanging out with Donald Trump, Martha Stewart and Jim Cramer, America's great business people and you won't want to communicate with me anymore. Sigh!
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.