days saying 99% of internet investors don't know what
they are doing.
I'll bet the sly little bastard
is waiting until this thing bottoms out-- maybe
130-- before buying in.
Any other ideas on the
good news, impending good earnings and consecutive day
dive, dive, dives?
where did you get this info? Stock options aren't
causing the selloff. It is being caused by program
selling. That means that all high level tech stocks are
automatically being sold. Would smart money sell AOL at this
point in time when earnings are around the corner? I
don't think so. It is a relentless sale of tech stocks
and internet stocks ( which make the whole thing more
pronounced ). Only selling of futures and NDX related items
can have such a devastating effect on the
from someone who knows what they're talking
about. Options expiration has once again provided yet
another buying opportunity. I wouldn't be surprised to
see AOL in the black at the end of the day.
AOL will not see 135 again until next split.
Good Investing to AOL longs.
. . . as for the comments to f*** him, were he
available, lots of women would line up to give him a
Seriously, you all ought to read the Berkshire-Hathaway
board. And, if you ever make $60K in AOL, buy one share
The guy knows what he'd doing but if
you read between the lines, one reason he doesn't
invest in net stocks is because he doesn't understand
them. The man is a genius and when he talks (like Al
Greenspan), a lot of people listen and react.
true even when they don't know what they are talking
about, which happens rarely, but it does happen.