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  • pmlljl pmlljl Jul 24, 2008 10:28 PM Flag

    ANAT

    pj:

    After the market closed today I placed a GTC order to buy x quantity of ANAT at a price somewhere between $50 and $150 per share. If the market opens down 2000 Dow Jones points tomorrow I stand a good chance of having the order filled before I can cancel it. I will let you know if I have been executed and I mean that literally (actually the executor of my estate will do the notification).

    Today I bought some BRKB at about $3,900. My feeling now is that there is no reason that I should not go along on the ride to Armageddon.

    Say hi to the bear for me and toss him a halibut just for the hell of it. Then please post a picture of you in your Zoot Suit.

    Ciao.

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    • pmlljl,
      The bear has just entered a GTC buy order for between 199 and 201 shares of ANAT at a price somewhere between $89.99 and $90.01. You have befriended him for life with your suggestion that I toss him food.

      I suppose that some day one of us will die--and cease posting (?)--leaving the other wondering what happened.

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      • pj:

        You will be interested to know that my bid price is exactly the same as yours once I narrow down the range.

        I have no intention of dying anytime soon. I will sue my doctors if they are planning a "surprise" ending for me. I also intend to trade stocks and post messages from heaven or "the other place" based on whichever destination is my fate. I am assuming they both are wired into the internet.

 
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