Please, would you and the others who seem to get
such great pleasure out of watching AOL go down, what
is your motivation? I am sure you don't care a hoot
about my profits or losses, so what drives you. Be
It is not getting anywhere for very obvious
reasons. The most important ones are:
browser: Incompatible with MS, Slow and stupid, keeps
interrupt and disconnect you all the time, etc.
Relatively high monthly charges.
- Delays in email
- Bad customer service.
- Unavailability of high
- AOL does not support POP but uses
special server connections incompatible with most
Maria is asking questions and is trying to make
money. You on the other hand are acting like an 11 year
old going through puberty. If you can't act civilized
and treat men like gentlemen and women like ladies
properly go somewhere else!
humbly claim to have a great mind. In fact, I
have learned more from my previous mistakes in
investing (sometimes transactions of over 100K at a
time)than my successes. (This is no b.s.). In terms of 112
after hours, it was reported on TV (CNBC) (business
report) when I was typing my last report which I posted.
So, I hope the reporter was reliable. However, I
appreciate your positive comments. Anyway, here is my
estimate on how bad it could get: Even below the 100's.
But not to fear. Why? Let me give you the analogy of
a rubberband: The more you pull it back, the more
it will snap back with even more power. This is why
I am not concerned about this dip in AOL's price.
It could get pretty ugly psychologically if we drop
below 100. However, I am certain that with the earnings
report coming July 3lst, the lower that AOL is below
100, the more this rubber band will snap back - and
with real velocity. Why? because when AOl is down at
these levels, WITH THE NEXT EARNINGS REPORT LOOMING
EVER CLOSER, I believe many side-line investors will
come running into this buying opportunity. Why?
Because AOL's long term fundamentals are currently
absolutely sound. Check out the 19 plus analysts who also
agree with me. After all, AOL is the 800 pound internet
gorilla that makes money. By the way, when AOL really
begins to "snap back" I truley would not want to be in a
short's position in a big way when this happenns. Don't
get me wrong, I actually respect shorts as much as
longs. I used to do some serious day trading, and
believe me, you have to have some real nerves of steel to
be successful. Good luck BigL94550, and all AOL