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  • stocktrdr15 stocktrdr15 Jan 25, 2012 2:16 PM Flag

    Back in after 18 months out

    My guess is that we'll see the economy start to turn in the coming months, in anticipation of a strong Republican onslaught against the incumbent in Nov.

    In addition, we'll see Obama pull out all the stops to juice the economy domestically and worldwide so he doesn't get kicked, unceremoniously, out of the Oval Office.

    Seems the market will improve either way.....or both, if that's not oxymoronic.

    I'm starting to build a stake here. Got 500 at 1.88 and will keep buying like increments on dips and runs.

    The same old posters seem to be here, with a few contributing meaningful info. Thanks for your posts. They're informative. You know who you are.

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    • Looks like I lit a fire here. WOW!!!

      Gee, I'm glad I didn't say I was buying 400 shs.....can hardly imagine what kind of response that would have brought.

      I had to accept one star messages temporarily to see what the uproar was about.

      King, congrats. Your wallet is stuffed and you're obviously a genius who had a few free moments to drop by here from your BIG life to give me a well-deserved kick.

      Thank you so much for your concern about my meager existence.

      Maybe Obama can work with you, I hear he'll be in the job market soon.

    • New Rule -- No political posts on the GSL board. This thread is not okay.

    • jdfunnell@sbcglobal.net jdfunnell Jan 27, 2012 10:59 PM Flag

      What he said to get your response, I really do not know, because I clicked "Ignore" for the first time in five or six years. But whatever was stated, given your response, you have my thumbs-up............Dave

 
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