Tonight while I was watching Raw is War, I realized that this was some of the best entertainment I had seen on TV in a long time. Its consistently good, and I have only watched it a few times. I was channel surfing tonight and ran across the old WCW on TNT. I watched for about 3 seconds and changed the channel because the characters were boring. Then I flip over to USA and am greeted with a shot of that fine fox Stephanie McMahon. I was hooked watching her slink up and down the runway in that sleazy outfit and those hottie boots . . . and that was only the beginning. Folks, I don't live in a trailer park and I am not married to my cousin, but I truly believe that WWF is some of the purest and most well thought out entertainment of our generation.
I have realized however, that this great franchise does not necessarily mean its investors will make money too. The stock is not going anywhere and to put money in it thinking and hoping that these great shows and great ratings will translate to a higher stock price, is a mistake. The stock may be at its lows for all I know, but as an investment, it might not be the best idea.
For now, I will keep watching and enjoying these creative programs and will visit this board every now and then to drop some comments. Good luck to all of you WWF fans out there and for your sakes, I hope the stock DOES go up.