My Preakness horse, Looking at Lucky, romped home the winner paying me $115 for my $50 place ticket. Two weeks ago in the Derby, that same horse was anything BUT lucky and look what happened to Pfizer.When a horse with a name like that comes through like a champ and I'm on it, I expect Pfizer's luck to pick up dramatically as well.
The Pfizer horse has no rider and the whip is made of feathers but hell it is the biggest. Only problem is when it falls it cannot get up and the saddle has gone. Just put another 50 Dollars on the nag.
How has omen-based "investing" worked for you in the past?How has your "luck" with PFE corresponded to your luck at the track?You are aware are you not that you've lost hundreds of thousands of dollars on PFE which you can't afford to lose?
Maybe he should sacrifice a sheep to Jove and have the soothsayer examine the entrails. If the liver is spotless, he should double down. If it's not, caution is advised.
I'll have another omen tomorrow when one of my all-time favorite "name" horses goes in the seventh at Hollywood Park.The name of the horse? "Dance To My Tune."
You turn yourselfinto a liar when you tack an "s" on the word "hundred."