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  • quickmovesmiles quickmovesmiles Feb 24, 2013 9:45 PM Flag

    When USG reports larger losse on 3/31/13 watch the stock drop

    It's highly likely that USG will report larger loses in this winter quarter and also become insolvent. What will happen to the stock price then. With gasoline price soaring homebuyers will slow weekend drives to look at homes. With the recent storm "Q" hitting the Northern states and the heavy rains in the south has again slowed homebuilding this week.

    Get ready to buy USG at amuch lower price in April.

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    • Unreal. I leave this board for six months, come back, and you are still here. You are amazing. It is obvious you have no clude about USG. Why dont you take your guessing to one of the other 5,000 companies and maybe you can actually have some success. If you have taken any of you own advice, I cannot imagine how much money you have lost in the last couple of years. You dont even know what is going on at USG. I work for USG and have a have nio clue. I bet that the stock price would jump up prior to the 1st Qtr of 2012, was right, and made a lot of money.....while you were saying SELL! I bought Calls and turned $7,000 into $35,000 in 3 weeks. I have been adding shares in my account since every two weeks since it was selling for about $11.00. If I had listened to you I would be broke.

    • Heavy winter snow storm in Texas and Oklahoma is slowing construction in the South West now. It's moving towards Chicago and points East. That's another week of missed construction for those areas.

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      • Slowing......give me a break...they are on allocation in the southwest! Do you know what allocation means?

      • How about all the reconstruction on the East Coast due to Sandy storm?? Most of the reconstruction will be happening in 1st & 2nd quarter, as our "leaders" in DC approved the Sandy Relief Act about 3-4 weeks ago, so you'll see the construction being ramped up. Yes, the snow could slow construction, but Sandy will make up for, and not to forget we're in a secular homebuilding recovery just look at a chart of new starts going back 30-50 years and you'll see what I'm talking about, we have a long long way to be at the pre-crisis levels which it only means more upside for USG

    • You've been wrong for years now... I thought you promised not to ever post on this board if USG didn't declare bankruptcy in August 2012, which clearly it didn't happen but I see you're not able to keep your word. Since late 2011 you have been bashing and very bearish on USG and you have missed an incredible 500% in you bought in October '11 and the stock keeps going higher. Of course, at some time USG will have a correction, and I think we had it last week - traded at 26 and change which is 14% from its 52wk high. What you're not understanding is that USG is in a secular bull market that will last many many years. USG has been able to narrow its losses from 4 years ago and soon will be profitable, well they've operating profit but soon to have net profit.;_ylt=Ak0S7.xNPT3YvYZDUPZlJbXeAohG;_ylu=X3oDMTB2ZnRhaWlpBHBvcwM1MgRzZWMDTWVkaWFNc2dCb2FyZHNYSFJVbHQ-;_ylg=X3oDMTBhYWM1a2sxBGxhbmcDZW4tVVM-;_ylv=3?&bn=07662abf-6d16-35f0-9215-d0614a1b6329&tid=1321556718000-1bfcc048-c7dc-3ac7-9cbb-2e5902d50445

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