Ha! Sorry folks, but it doesn't take a genius to write a pissy article AFTER the fact of a poorly performing event. Stop worrying over what every nit-wit "analyst" has to say. Buying and selling stocks based upon the writings of Analysts-With-Agendas is as foolish as doing so based upon Yahoo Board Posts.
The day ONE guy from a "web-site" assumes my bill-paying is the day he can also make my trades.
I am ASTOUNDED at how people quickly sell off a stock because they read ONE negative article on some web-site, written by SOME GUY they don't even know. IMO, such buyers shouldn't be buying in the first place and they sure as heck shouldn't be posting.
If I wasn't down 4 grand I would be tempted to feel sorry for this Diller. Well I hope this is a wake up call for Diller and his crew. I wonder what Seagrams thinks of all this. I wish only that thestreet.com had the BALLS to publish this last week (or the week before when I got into this stock)... whats up with THAT anyway?????? Maybe thestreet.com has some short rich friends and can't resist killing two birds with one stone. nice timing boys. can't wait for monday.
I WAS buying USAI for the long term. I heard about it from news of the upcoming IPO, but, I wasn't going to buy in unless it seemed like a "real" company(?!). The bonus would be if the price went nuts, I would have some mad money. It seemed to me that all the pieces of USAI could/would gracefully merge in a blessed synergistic crescendo in a couple of years with the cablemodem revolution. I sure hope thestreet.com is just trying to be mean....