We can all just take a poll up or down, but that seems to be pointless to me. I'm not sensitive I only want a reasoned debate which was like pulling teeth to get one out of you. The reason I ask you so much is your like the only bear here and you are almost the only person on the bored that is uninterested in discussion. That is an odd thing from someone who spends time on a MB where I thought that was basically the point...
Losing money is part of the game in the stock market dude... I've doubled my portfolio so many times that losing a little this year hasn't made be bat an eye.
Here is the question FROM THIS THREAD! It's not like it is buried 10 posts back it is like 5 posts before this one...
Are you just blind or something?
What is the question? Are you joking?
I have asked you on numerous posts to give something to back up your claims and you never once have until today...
Honestly, I think your ladder doesn't go all the way to the top IMO.
You say you are being attacked and all I did was repeatedly ask you to give premises to your unfounded conclusions which until today you never have done, but have given dozens of opinions with no facts or even reasons for your beliefs.
You may be very right in the long term, but I'm back in at $40 for another holiday run. I just can't see being short here into the holidays. I will be out after black friday, cuz I really don't like to short, and will take a look again at the end of next Summer.
I agree sustained growth can not hold up, but I'm betting the stock will pay that piper in 09'
What is the question? All I need to know to make money is that expectations are for the past to continue (ie growth rate) and that is not likely to occur. Too many headwinds facing retail (yes the gaming sector has held up so far), but it to will eventually get blown away. In addition, statistically this is very expensive p/b, p/s, ev/ebitda versus the retail group. So even if they hit numbers, it is likely priced into the stock. Investing is about risk and reward and I think the odds favor the seller here. Looking at NPD data and extrapolating the past into the future is a losers game. I could say the same thing about aapl and rimm at this point. Not likely they can meet expectations after years of above trendline growth. But that is another story.
Does this tard not understand the market at all? He claims to be 50 years old, but has never learned that general market sentiment can move all ships with the tide regardless of the fundamentals of the company? He is so ignorant it's like talking to a 6 year old about quantum physics.... It's almost funny if it weren't so sad... How people like this have money to invest is beyond me.