....and you STUPID, ARROGANT, CHEERLEADING, SHEEP, blasted my posts.
And now you've LOST a TON of money.
And I'm one of the people that took it from you.
Your GREED and ARROGANCE clouded what little judgement you have.......and it cost you a fortune.
Next time......perhaps you'll heed the message......but I doubt it.
A lesson in the stock market can be VERY EXPENSIVE, as you SHEEP just found out.
Hey, did you review that "return policy" yet?
You can admit it, we know you never bought a GPS from 'em....it's ok...people lie on these boards all the time, you aren't the first.
Here, this is a link to the "returns" information at Best Buy. Pretty clear and standard type stuff to me...some things will be charged a restocking fee if opened...hey, like software and computers and....
Just like Sears, Office Depot, Staples....on and on. Costco and Kohls and a few other stores offer better return policies sure, but that doesn't make them better or worse on it's own. See, Costco built it's model around getting your money up front via a "membership fee" and on working on low margins because they hope to sell you 800 rolls of toilet paper when you really only need 3.
first I don't own bby but I must say I will never buy nothing from bestbuys there return policy sucks I bought a gps 2 years ago and it was no good for the type of work I do and brought it back to get a refund and buy a better one that cost more money and they charge me a restocking fee I said to the manager go ahead charge me and I will never step one foot in this door again they suck I hope bby goes bankrupt fTHEM
I don't have any positions in BBY. Obviously, it went down hard today. Would you buy it now at this level or would you wait for the dead cat bounce and short it with impunity? What is your target?
Wow...declaring victory on a yahoo board...what a moron....
And no, I don't own BBY before or at present, just can't believe people have to come on a crappy discussion board to blow up their own egos when none of it is probably true anyways LOL! Hey, but good luck to ya, pursue what makes ya happy!
"...Tim Seymour says this is a buy ...."
Big deal NOW.
Seymour also said it was a BUY when it was $45........he's just trying to save face because he was DEAD WRONG.
Go ahead, take his advice, and go broke.
Those talking heads on CNBC wouldn't survive a month trading the market if they had to do it with their own money.