You know, I think you're right. I should just
lighten up. Thanks for your self-analysis of the 'heads
up their butts' comment. You gave me a good
I hope you and others get all the splits you want
for whatever you want them for. Life is too short to
worry about it.
I have learned not to trade ADI.
IT is a
Seems like if you sell it when it goes down
can buy back at a better price it always takes off
I have learned to just hold
ADI did very well today.
At one point the money flow on ADI was negative
-13million it finished positive +7million with some strong
buying at the end of the day.
I was happy with ADI
With the huge run up that we have had the past three
weeks for ADI to only go down about $4 and finish down
only 2 13/16 is very solid in my opinion.
stocks ever just go straight up without ever giving back
a little along the way.
just a little bump in the road. It can't go up
everyday although after the last 3 weeks I was starting to
think it could. It's next big move will be in a few
weeks when they announce 1st qtr results.
How about these stocks that I recommended to the
ADI board. SPYG & FIBR. I sold FIBR at $39 a share
and It went right up to about $53 very quickly. But
the stock has retreated just as fast. It is almost
back to the same level that I sold it. Here are the
charts. Spyg is out of sight. Up $13 today
I have made some miscalculations too. But I keep
my stocks too long and i don't sell when they drop,
like in 1987 , when ADI went from 24 to 5. I should
have sold on the way down. So I kept them until
now...(not a bad idea
after all) but it was at the time.
I created a virtual portfolio over the last month
with your picks and Vespucci's and MCtrombone 's. I
have agreat return but I didn't buy them...
time I'll follow your picks and won't sell them. But I
am a little worried by a big drop for ADI because I
know I won't sell on time...
BTW ADI was just
mentionned on CNBC...