points. Don't call me greedy if I am willing to give up even more before I leave. That's not greed. I have my rules and I never deviate from them. I learned the hard way many years ago. I wouldn't have those ten bags now if I didn't stick to my methods. So come on, please help me out. Let me go already. There is only one way to get rid of me and you know what that is.
the end for Fleabay. It's last big supporter jumping ship. Now, if he really had smarts and guts, he would short this POS and double his profits on the down spiral. If his charts say it is time to sell then it also must mean it is time to short.
While this is in the midst of decline, look at RBID. Not spamming, just pointing out facts. First auction with 3D graphics, supersite concept, and today's press release shows deals with Dell and Disney. Get in at the beginning for under $6. Remember people used to laugh at the EBAY concept. Don't be put off by it's BB status, soon to go to NASDAQ, as prior press releases and a message from the CFO talk about having hired accountants to complete necessary registration.
95 does not signal the end of the world for EBAY from a TA standpoint. It is just were I call it quits and move on with my winnings and place them in better long-term plays. No sense in spinning my wheels here. EBAY is every bit as strong below that level as it was when you shorted the firstime and lost 30K. That was insane.
I would buy back a portion of EBAY above 135. That is when it would start to get interesting again.
this board again - eBAY - is an AMERICAN ICON - no escaping it. It's logo pops up in the most unexpected places - like KILROY WAS HERE - remember that slogan DOTTY ? eBAY will have a longer life than KILROY.