It can't have been Terry - he has me on Ignore :-)
The history of Terry's triumphant Short trade at $7.81.
Here (apart from my "NB") are the relevant comments by Terry -
Nov 29 ... tipping point $7.81 ............
Dec 13 ... Calling the short @ $7.81 .... the target ($6.12) and the results- so why didnt I take the trade understanding full well the position? ..... My portfolio is cash rich. When we get to 6.12 - the signal will be so strong I may take the trade.
Dec 14 ... No, I didnt take the short trade from $7.81 because of the news story that will effect all markets. The fiscal cliff is just 2 weeks away.imo an agreement will power the market on a rally. I like many investors sit on the sidelines durning the Holiday season, safe and cash rich - in case.
NB: Are we all clear on this?
Terry DID NOT short at the $7.81 "tipping point" he was predicting in November. He was still on the sidelines during the Holiday season.
But Terry has never been one to allow a minor inconvenient fact like that to deter him -
Jan 22 ... Happy to be short since 7.81
Jan 24 ... still short INSM since $7.81 ,the downtrend continues
Jan 25 ... still short INSM since $7.81,the downtrend continues
Jan 30 ... YTD +20% (see the short since 7.81)
Jan 31 ... but technically we are tipping (short since 7.81)
Feb 3 ... but technically we are tipping..... (short since 7.81)
Insm_truth_teller - the posts you choose to re-post give us a good idea of how perceptive you are. What is your best guess as to the most likely explanation for Terry have boasted twenty times about a trade he never made?
Can you see a likely explanation other than some sort of mental disability?